Based of the lowest-priced AWD variants of each model (Longitude for Cherokee, Laredo for Grand Cherokee), gloss black exterior styling, black alloy wheels and black interior touches are common to both Night Eagle models, with additional features depending on the base vehicle.
The Cherokee Night Eagle package adds over $6,400 worth of features for only $3,200 and lists for $45,150 MSRP, while the Grand Cherokee Night Eagle adds over $10,400 worth of extras for an extra $5,500 and is priced from $58,450 MSRP (both prices exclude on-road costs).
The $6K of extras on the Cherokee Night Eagle includes model-exclusive 18-inch alloys in black, gloss black grille surround and gloss black finishes for many other exterior trim parts, plus identifying Night Eagle badging. Inside, this special edition features Piano Black treatment for the door applique and steering wheel, shifter and air con bezels, with black accent stitching on the seats and console lid. Also included is an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen with navigation and smartphone compatibility, as well as the Longitude Tech Pack of adaptive cruise control, side distance warning and parking assist safety technologies.
On the Grand Cherokee Night Eagle, it’s a similar story, with 20-inch black alloys, plenty of black body trim (fascia, light bezels, mirrors, window surrounds, grille trim, etc.), a darker glass tint, bright metal exhaust tips and identifying badging.
The Grand Cherokee Night Eagle also features a single-pane sunroof and adds black Capri leather seat upholstery with perforated suede inserts and black accent stitching, plus the 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen with navigation and smartphone compatibility.
Both Night Eagle special editions are now available. See your Jeep dealer for more details.