Months after its extended-length sibling went on sale, the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee will finally be revealed on September 29.
The new Grand Cherokee L with three rows of seats has been in dealers since June. It’s not clear how different the new Grand Cherokee will be, aside from offering five seats in two rows and a shorter overall length.
A new Jeep SUV is definitely overdue as its last redesign came for the 2011 model year.
Maybe the wait means Jeep has a bigger surprise than the plug-in hybrid Grand Cherokee 4xe variant it has already (quietly) revealed. Jeep dropped a couple of photos of the Grand Cherokee 4xe back in July, giving us a glimpse of how the smaller SUV’s roofline and profile differ from the Grand Cherokee L.
Regardless, we expect the fifth-generation Grand Cherokee to cost a little less than the long-wheelbase L model that starts at about $40,000 and can climb to about $70,000.
Likely, a high-performance version of the Grand Cherokee developed by the company’s SRT division will eventually follow. Both the Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee L slot in below — and are largely unrelated to — the larger, truck-based Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer models that cost around $71,000 to start and top out over $100,000 when fully equipped. See Jeep Grand Cherokee models for sale