The safety of Jeep’s Grand Cherokee is being brought into question by a Swedish magazine. Teknikens Värld (Technology World) is urging Jeep to put a stop-sale order on the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland after the utility nearly rolled in the magazine’s “moose test” emergency lane change.As seen in the video below, Teknikens Värld managed to get the Grand Cherokee Overland dangerously close to rolling over during an emergency lane change maneuver. The test was conducted at about 40mph and was intended to simulate the reaction to a large animal, such as a moose, standing in the middle of the roadway.Teknikens Värld indicates that the Grand Cherokee’s large 20-inch wheels could be to blame for the near rollover, but Motor Authority dug a little deeper to find out what really put the utility vehicle on two wheels. A source familiar with the situation revealed that the Grand Cherokee in question was carrying with five passenger and was also loaded down with sandbags to create an “overloaded condition.” The Grand Cherokee in the video was reportedly 200 pounds over its specified weight rating.After catching wind of the video Chrysler sent a team of engineers as well as three identical Grand Cherokee models to Sweden for further testing with Teknikens Värld. The magazine conducted the identical test 11 more times with properly loaded vehicles and was unable to duplicate the results of the earlier test.Teknikens Värld has yet to comment on the latest test, but it should be noted that the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee has received top safety marks from both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.