As Jeeps have evolved over the last few decades, suspension systems for the Grand Cherokee have been in high demand, given the constant pounding that the sports utility vehicles take on the roads. Back in 1974, when American Motors still dotted the U.S. car landscape, the Jeep Cherokee SJ first graced dealer show rooms. Over the years, the Cherokee has evolved into an upscale, rugged cross-over that has become the Jeep Liberty, a system of the new expectations that owners have for improved handling, stability and comforts in their vehicles. Before writing off the original Cherokee, however, it's important to consider that a new, upgraded suspension system can provide great handling and control, while also featuring the build that made the Cherokee a classic during the 1990s.
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With the introduction of the Grand Cherokee, the trucks carried over their unique frame design with the addition of new options, while retaining their 4x4 suspension that can be vastly improved through a variety of upgraded components. If you're going off-road, check out our performance lift kits to leave the rugged terrain in the dust. Special editions featured improved trim, as well as "Up Country" suspension packages which featured larger coils for improved handling. You can save hundreds by upgrading your existing Cherokee Suspension system without the need to include all of the luxury options which you may not need. Whether you're hauling lumber with a V8 or your family in a solid V6, new Cherokee suspension accessory upgrades can ensure that everyone gets to the destination a bit more easily.