The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L will be available at dealerships later this year, and Jeep has just announced pricing in preparation for the SUV’s arrival. Three-line Grand Cherokee L starts at $ 38,690, including the target fee of $ 1,695. In some ways, the previous generation’s two-row 2021 Grand Cherokee (not L) starts at $ 33,865.
Adding a third row and more size looks expensive on the surface, but we suspect the price of the next-gen, two-row Grand Cherokee will go up as well. After all, Jeep packs a lot more into the next generation models than into the outgoing ones.
The basic equipment is the Laredo and contains a number of subtleties for the basic model. They have LED exterior lighting, a leather steering wheel, a digital instrument cluster, blind spot monitoring, additional cruise control and much more. This version comes standard with the 3.6-liter V6 that develops 290 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque. If you want all-wheel drive, as we suspect many Jeep buyers, it’ll be an additional $ 2,000.
There are five additional panels beyond the Laredo. We have listed them and their base prices below. All are listed in the form of a V6 rear-wheel drive (with the exception of the Summit Reserve for off-road vehicles only). So add $ 2,000 each for all-wheel drive prices.
- Height: $ 41,890
- Limited: $ 45,690
- Overland: $ 54,690
- Summit: $ 58,690
- Summit Reserve (4×4 Standard): $ 63,690
If you want the 5.7-liter V8 available, you’ll need to select Overland, Summit, or Summit Reserve. The V8 is exclusively tied to all-wheel drive. Choosing the larger engine adds $ 3,295 to the price of the standard all-wheel drive models in all trim levels. We have listed the V8 prices below.
- Overland: $ 59,985
- Summit: $ 63,985
- Summit Reserve: $ 66,985
In case you were curious, the Summit Reserve is currently as high as the Grand Cherokee L at $ 66,985. It’s just a few thousand dollars away from the Grand Cherokee’s standard SRT spec, which sells at $ 70,660 begins. With the Reserve you get more luxury than Jeep offers in any other vehicle. Notable appointments include 21-inch wheels, hand-wound, quilted Palermo leather, ventilated (and heated) first and second row seats, front row massages, open-pore waxed walnut trim, suede headliner / pillars, and the McIntosh -Audio system with 19 speakers.
Jeep says the Grand Cherokee L will arrive at dealerships across the country in the second quarter of 2021.