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News Jeep Prices Three-Row 2021 Grand Cherokee L From $37k

Jeep Prices Three-Row 2021 Grand Cherokee L From $37k

Grand Cherokee L priced for U.S.

  • New Grand Cherokee L hits dealers this quarter

  • Ranges from under $37k to more than $65


Jeep has priced the 2021 Grand Cherokee L. You get an extra row, rugged new styling, and a price starting from $36,995 for US buyers.

That base model is the 2021 Grand Cherokee L Laredo and it gets loads of standard safety equipment including radar cruise, blind spot monitoring, and LED lighting. It also has a 10.25-inch digital dashboard cluster, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and Uconnect 5. For reference, the current two-row Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo is $34,970 making this look like quite the bargain. Add 4×4 and the price climbs to $38,995.

Step up to Limited for $43,995 (all prices plus destination) and you get Capri leather seats and a heated steering wheel. The front two rows of seats are heated and there is a power liftgate. An Altitude trim fits between Laredo and Limited, but Jeep didn’t drop any details.

Next up is Grand Cherokee L Overland which has Quadra-Trac II (if you pick the 4×4) option. It also has Nappa leather seating and door panels and the front seats are ventilated. Those seats add length adjustment for those drivers long in the thigh, and the model starts for $52,995.

Summit is the top trim, from $56,995, and gets quilted leather seats, real oak wood trim, and 16-way power adjustable front seats that will heat you, vent you, and massage you. The driver assistance suite is upgraded with active driving assist, drowsy driver detection, and a 360-view camera.

Summit Reserve for $61,995 ($65,290 with V8) adds to Summit with hand-wrapped leather and open-pore waxed walnut. Here even the second row is ventilated and a 19-speaker McIntosh premium audio system is included.

Available tech on Grand Cherokee L includes a head-up display, digital rear-view mirror, and rear-seat monitoring camera. Jeep also offers Jeep Wave as standard equipment with premium perks like same-day rentals, dedicated owner support, and included maintenance.

While the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L is set to hit dealers this quarter, the two-row and 4xe PHEV model debut will wait for later this year.

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