If you’ve been anticipating Jeep’s first 3-row Grand Cherokee model, one more piece of its puzzle is now in place: How much it will cost.
Called the Grand Cherokee L, this 6- or 7-passenger Jeep will start at $36,995. That price is for a base Laredo model with rear-wheel drive. You can get yours with 4-wheel drive for $2,000 more. We should also note these prices do not include destination charge, which is another $1,695.
Even a base 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L is pretty well equipped with features like adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, 10.25-inch display and the brand’s latest infotainment system, called Uconnect 5.
A Jeep Grand Cherokee L Limited model begins at $43,995 and adds features like leather upholstery, heated first- and second-row seats and heated steering wheel, remote start and power liftgate.
A Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland begins at $52,995 and adds plusher Nappa leather interior, ventilated front seats, navigation, hands-free liftgate, dual-pane sunroof, and the ability to add more robust off-road features like skid plates and electronic limited-slip differential.
The Grand Cherokee L Summit bows for $56,995 and has added luxury touches like oak wood trim, 16-way power seats with massage function, Active Driving Assist function, 360-degree camera and drowsy driver detection.
Finally, at the top is the Jeep Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve, at $61,995. It has yet finer leather, 21-inch wheels, ventilated second-row seats, and a 950-watt/19-speaker system by high-end American audio brand McIntosh.
The all-new 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L will be made at Jeep’s Detroit Assembly Complex. Power comes from a standard 290-horsewpower V6 or optional 357-horsepower V8. The Jeep Grand Cherokee L is set to go on sale in the second quarter of this year. An all-new version of the standard, 2-row Jeep Grand Cherokee is slated to arrive later this year.