Comebacks don't usually work out very well.
Mike Tyson didn't win another belt. He just bit a man's ear and got a face tattoo.
Bret Favre this season? Are you serious?
So when Jeep announced plans to breathe new life into the Grand Cherokee – the vehicle that kicked off the SUV craze long ago, but had faded into a middle-of-the-pack contender built by a company perpetually on the edge of collapse – well, frankly, we expected the Michael-Jordan-in-a-Washington-Wizards uniform of SUVs.
But this thing? This is the sequel that beats the original. This is Jordan's first un-retirement. The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, left for dead, has been training hard, and come back as perhaps the best midsize SUV on the market.
We're tempted to say the exterior is a leaner version of the classic shape…but it isn't, is it? Somehow there's a big more Jeep in this Jeep. It's bigger than the classic Cherokee that was one of America's best selling cars in the early 90's, but somehow manages to look smaller and more balanced. Read on at dubmag.net
Written by Sean Tucker