The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee it comes at a price and, of course, is more expensive than the previous generation. jeepthe new base price is now $ 39,185, with a net gain on the rear-wheel drive Laredo model that’s only available with the 3.6-liter V6. That price includes the exorbitant $ 1,795 destination fee.
Overall, the base Great Cherokee sees a price increase of $ 2130 from 2021 to 2022, and $ 200 of that increase is hidden in the destination fare hike. If you want all-wheel drive, the price increases by $ 2,000, bringing the base price to $ 41,185 before options.
The trim structure of the Grand Cherokee is similar to the three-row Grand Cherokee L.. It starts with Laredo, then climbs with Altitude, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, Summit and Summit Reserve. The price of the Grand Cherokee 4xe is unfortunately not yet available. However, we can definitely say that the privilege of having a third row in your Grand Cherokee only costs $ 900 when you compare the base model Grand Cherokee to the base model Grand Cherokee L.. However, the prices for 2022 L have not yet been released, so it may change with a price increase compared to the 2021 model.
If you’re looking for a V8 Grand Cherokee, the cheapest model available is the Trailhawk. It comes standard with all-wheel drive and starts at $ 56,365. Of course, the Trailhawk also gives you a host of off-road extras such as a two-speed active electronic transfer case with low range and a limited slip rear electronic differential, air suspension, skid plates, red tow hooks and a stabilizer bar disconnect function. That said, the Trailhawk for this generation is considerably more expensive than last year’s Trailhawk – it’s swinging a $ 4,665 price increase.
The more luxurious finishes – Summit and Summit Reserve – are both super expensive, but offer a decadent amount of luxury. A basic Summit starts at $ 59,160, but brings with it quilted nappa leather seats, real oak wood trim, 16-way massage seats, improved LED lights, and an Active Driving Assist feature to keep you centered in the lane. Upgrade to the four-wheel drive Summit Reserve and add quilted Palermo leather, open-pore walnut finishes, unique 21-inch wheels, a 19-speaker McIntosh audio system, and more. At most with a V8, the Summit Reserve can go as high as $ 68,455.
For easy reading, the finishes and all their 2022 prices are listed below.
- 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)
- By land: $ 55,100 (4×2 V6); $ 57,100 (4×4 V6); $ 60,395 (4×4 V8)
- Top: $ 59,160 (4×2 V6); $ 62,395 (4×4 V6); $ 64,455 (4×4 V8)
- Peak Reserve: $ 65,160 (4×4 V6); $ 68,455 (4×4 V8)