Jeep has released pricing for its new 2021 Grand Cherokee L with three rows of seats. This version is the first representative of the model’s new generation.
Depending on a trim level, a price premium for the 7-seater is between 2975–6280 U.S. dollars compared with the existing two-row Cherokee.
U.S. market launch of the Grand Cherokee L is set for this spring, while its two-row counterpart will arrive later as a 2022 model.
2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L’s Trims and Prices
The starting price is $38,690 (destination fee inclusive). This is for the RWD Laredo entry-level trim that comes with a base 3.6-liter V6 engine. A four-wheel-drive system is also available, at extra pay of $2000.
The mid-level Limited trim costs from $45,690. It includes a power lift gate, leather seats, heating of the 2nd-row seats.
The next grade in the range is Overland starting at $54,690. It comes with a 5.7-liter V8, power-folding 3rd-row seats, cooling of the 2nd-row seats, improvements for the audio system. A $5,295 upgrade is available as an option.
The top trim level – Summit – offers 20-inch wheels, four-zone climate control, Nappa leather seats, massage of front seats.
The Summit Reserve model is priced at $63,690. Its highlights are 21-inch wheels and higher-end interior trim. A fully-equipped V8 Summit Reserve cost $66,985.