This $42,000 Jeep does a good job trying to convince drivers and passengers it's really a luxury car. It's worth repeating just how good this interior is; too bad our long-termer doesn't have Chrysler's new 8.4-inch touch screen. The current nav system needs to be replaced and the tailgate should be 1) quieter, 2) have an open/close button on the door itself, and 3) operate quicker. I sure wouldn't mind tighter steering, but at least the thick steering wheel has one of the best button layouts of any vehicle I've driven. Thanks to the existence of the V-8 Grand Cherokee, our V-6 model can go about 400 miles to a tank of fuel before needing to stop. Overall, this is an impressive Jeep that, with a few changes and the eight-speed automatic transmission, can easily maintain the wild sales momentum it's had during the SUV's first model year.