Jeep is launching US sales of a conventional two-row modification of its most popular SUV that changed generations. So, the entry-level 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee is priced at $39,185.
The American automaker has made a fairly large gap in time between the start of sales of the all-new three-row L-version and the regular two-row Jeep Grand Cherokee. The latter will reach dealerships by the end of this year with a starting price of $39,185.
Yes, the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee is $3,705 more expensive than its predecessor. But this is normal for new-generation vehicles, and rare cases of a reduction in the price of the next generation are rather alarming. In general, the new Grand Cherokee in this sense is not surprising.
A total of 7 trim levels are offered for the two-row SUV, from Laredo to Summit Reserve. Pricing ranges from $39,185 to $68,455.
For convenience, Autoblog compiles all prices in one table:
- Laredo: $39,185 (4×2 V6) $41,185 (4×4 V6)
- Altitude: $43,740 (4×2 V6) $45,740 (4×4 V6)
- Limited: $45,505 (4×2 V6) $47,505 (4×4 V6)
- Trailhawk: $56,365 (4×4 V6) $56,365 (4×4 V8)
- Overland: $55,100 (4×2 V6) $57,100 (4×4 V6); $60,395 (4×4 V8)
- Summit: $59,160 (4×2 V6) $62,395 (4×4 V6); $64,455 (4×4 V8)
- Summit Reserve: $65,160 (4×4 V6) $68,455 (4×4 V8).
The 2022 Grand Cherokee’s engine lineup includes a 3.6-liter V6 with 293 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque, and a 5.7-liter V8 with 357 horsepower and 390 lb-ft.
There is also a new 4xe plug-in hybrid model with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and two electric motors. It will be available in Limited, Trailhawk, Overland and Summit trims and will go on sale in early 2022. Jeep has not announced pricing for the 2022 Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid yet.