The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is a Grand Cherokee like no other. It’s not just that the appearance of this car is meant to be more aggressive than that of other Cherokees, this SUV is designed to take a serious beating when in treacherous off road conditions.
The Trailhawk has a unique appearance partly because of it’s interesting paint job which includes a red grille mesh, front and rear tow hooks, Jeep logos on wheel center caps, and bolt holes in the alloy wheels. The red wouldn’t be so shocking except in contrast to the stone white of the exterior and the mineral gray on the grill surround. The Trailhawk will also get black headlamp surrounds, black exterior front, and rear badging. There will be red “Trail Rated” badges on the front fenders and a “Trailhawk” nameplate on the rear tailgate.
The lower body of the vehicle is shielded from rough terrain with additional side-wall protection and modified Mopar rock rails. For many enthusiasts, what really sets the car apart in appearance from it’s predecessors is the new 18” 5-spoke alloy mineral gray wheels covered with large Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor off-road tires.