Pricing maxes out at $60,490.
This is the new Grand Cherokee with 3 rows of seating.
It’s roughly $3,000 more than the current 2-row Grand Cherokee to start.
The current-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee is no spring chicken but the changer-over is about to begin with the arrival of the all-new 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L. As expected, the new truck’s pricing rises over the outgoing model but it’s also larger. The new 2022 2-row Grand Cherokee arrives later on so the gap in pricing should shrink.
In the US, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L starts at $38,490, which is nearly $3,000 more than the base 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee “non-L”. Further to the trim ladder, the gap increases to over $8,000.
We assume, much like Car and Driver, that the all-new 2022 Grand Cherokee will be priced slightly lower meaning two things: 1-Pricing for the 2022 will increase over the current WK2 Grand Cherokee. 2-The premium for the three-row L will not be that great.
The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L arrives this spring while the 2022 Grand Cherokee should launch sometime around the fall.