The new Jeep will be offered in Laredo, Limited, Overland, and Summit trims.
The top-line Summit will be priced from $74,495.
The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L arrives in dealerships in the second quarter of 2021.
The all-new 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L ushers in the new generation of the much-appreciated midsize Jeep Grand Cherokee. Stellantis’ plans are to launch the new 3-row version first and will be followed by the 2-row iteration later this year.
The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L will be available in four trims starting with the $52,495 Laredo. This sum amount to an increase of roughly $5,000 over the 2021 Grand Cherokee Laredo. We assume, as we did for US pricing, that the new 2022 2-row Grand Cherokee will experience a mild pricing increase as well.
The Laredo is impressively loaded with adaptive cruise control and Blind-spot Monitoring, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, heated front seats, new “tip and slide” second-row seats, a 10.25-inch digital driver cluster and the new Uconnect 5. The $59,995 Limited adds Capri leather seats, standard heated seats in the first two rows, remote start and a new power liftgate.
The $68,995 Overland gets serious with Jeep’s Quadra-Trac II system, Nappa leather seats, cooled front seats, Uconnect 5 with premium navigation, and dual- pane sunroof. The optional Trail-Rated Off-Road Group adds steel skid plates, electronic limited slip differential rear axle, 18-inch wheels and all-season tires.
The Summit, at $74,495, features premium quilted Nappa leather seats, 16-way adjustable front-row seats with memory and seat back massage, and additional safety features such as Active Driving Assist, drowsy driver detection and more. The Summit Reserve, at $78,490, delivers quilted Palermo leather, open-pore Waxed Walnut wood, cooled 2nd-row seats, 21-inch wheels and more.
The new 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L arrives in Canadian showrooms in the second quarter of 2021.