The pricing for the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee line-up has been announced recently and it will start at $37,390. The redesigned model will have several model trims available, ranging from Laredo to Limited, Trailhawk, Overland and Summit.
The cheapest one will be the Grand Cherokee Laredo, coming in hot at a starting price of $37,390. For that kind of money, you get stuff such as adaptive cruise control and active lane management, all-new LED exterior lighting, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, a 10.25-inch frameless digital driver cluster with customizable menu options and the new Uconnect 5 infotainment system. However, you don’t get all-wheel drive on it without paying an extra $2,000.
The Limited model starts at $43,710 and adds premium features, including Capri leather seats, heated steering wheel, standard heated seats in the first and second rows, remote start and a new power liftgate with adjustable height. Moving on to the Trailhawk version, you’ll have to pony up $51,275 for it but you do get a lot of extra kit for the money.
For example, the all-wheel drive Quadra-Drive II system features low-range speed control as well as an active, electronic 2-speed transfer case with low range and a rear electronic limited-slip differential. You also get Quadra-Lift air suspension, skid plates, red tow hooks, the possibility of disconnecting the sway bar and unique front and rear fascia designs. Thanks to the latter, the car’s approach angle is now 36 degrees while the departure angle raised to 30 degrees. The Trailhawk also has a ground clearance of 11.3 inches and can go through waters as high as 24 inches.
The Overland model will have a starting price of $53,305 and focuses more on comfort and a premium feeling rather than off-road capabilities. In it you’ll get Nappa leather seats and door panels, An-Teak interior trims, standard ventilated front seats, Uconnect 5 with premium navigation, new ambient LED lighting with a five-color selection, new length-adjustable front-row cushions, hands-free foot-activated power liftgate and dual-pane sunroof.
Last but not least, the Summit model will be the most expensive, starting at $57,365. It too comes with Nappa leather seats but with a quilted pattern on them as well as Absolute Oak wood trims, 16-way adjustable seats with massaging function, unique LED fog lamps and additional safety features, such as Active Driving Assist, drowsy driver detection and a 360-degree surround view camera.
All prices are excluding the $1,795 destination fee and Jeep says that the production of the 2022 Grand Cherokee will be handled by the new Detroit Assembly Complex, with vehicles scheduled to start arriving in dealerships in the fourth quarter of 2021.