The Jeep Grand Cherokee for 2022 does reflect Jeep’s upmarket push very well. There are more features that inevitably do mean a higher cost to buyers. However, leaked data that does suggest that the new SUV’s base price is going to remain stationed at below $40,000.
Jeep and Configuring
Moreover, Jeep did launch the fifth-generation Grand Cherokee configurator on its official website in October 2021. In fact, as it does stand, pricing is not including. Though motorists do merely have the option of configuring the seven different trim levels. They can browse the color palette. Plus add Mopar accessories. However, the Jeep site has pricing information for every trim.
The 2022 Grand Cherokee Laredo does cost $37,390 which is entry-level. However, note that this figure will not include the mandatory destination charge. It has not leaked. The outgoing Jeep Grand Cherokee’s base trim is calling Laredo E. The vehicle starts at $34,970. Buyers are going to get LED headlights. Plus an adaptive cruise control. In addition, rear parking sensors and the new Uconnect 5 infotainment system. It is displaying on an 8.4-inch touchscreen. It has a 10.5-inch digital instrument cluster.
The Altitude which is next up in the range costs $41,945. It has leather, heated front seats, and a remote vehicle starter. Among the other features.
Priced at $43,710 is the Limited. It is $2,515 more than 2021 Limited.
Offroad warrior of the Jeep range is the Trailhawk. It comes with a sway bar disconnect system. The Trailhawk has tricked down from the Wrangler. It has skid plates, red tow hooks, a Quadra-Lift air suspension system, and a limited-slip rear differential. Moreover, it starts at $50,275. Then, moving up, the Jeep Overland does cost $53,305. Then the Jeep Summit is pricing at $57,365. The Summit Reserve comes in at $63,365