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WANT TO ACCESSORIZE YOUR JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE L? HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN BUY

Mopar Has Announced 75 Factory-Backed Add-Ons

Mopar has announced its new factory-backed, quality-tested accessories for the all-new, three-row 2021 Jeep® Grand Cherokee L. Across the entire Jeep lineup, Mopar offers more than 500 accessories.

Mopar released its official accessories list for the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L, and with 75 warranty-backed items, there’s a little bit of everything.

In case you’re unfamiliar, Mopar is the household name of factory-warranty-backed accessories for all of Jeep, Ram, Chrysler, Dodge and Fiat vehicles. And with the recent launch of the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L, the in-house accessories brand has rolled out the latest line of kit for the next-generation SUV.

2021 2022 WL Jeep Grand Cherokee L SUV
Image via Stellantis.

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Accessory Pricing

The Mopar website details each and every Mopar accessory for the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L, but here’s a list of what’s sure to be some popular add-ons, as well as their pricing:

21-inch wheels ($550 each): Mopar-unique Granite Crystal wheels feature a five-spoke, triple-split design along with the Jeep branded center cap.

Side Steps ($750): Black Galvanized steel with stainless steel and chrome-flashed overlay. These side steps are fully integrated with the design of the vehicle and attach relatively easily with the mounting brackets and stud plates located on each side.

The rest of the accessories are pretty self-explanatory:

Roof-rack crossbars ($300)
Roof-mount cargo basket ($54)
Cargo-basket net ($54)
Watersport carrier ($200)
Bike carrier ($200)
Tent kit ($390)
Splash guards ($65)
All-weather floor mats ($260)
Rear-seat entertainment ($1,1625)
Pet kennel ($190)
Cargo liner ($165)
Cargo tray ($150)

The WL Jeep Grand Cherokee L will be available in four different trim levels. The base Laredo trim carries an MSRP of $37,340 in 2WD spec. Stepping up the Limited model sees the MSRP jump to $44,340, whereas the Overland model starts at $53,340. If you want the nicest of all Grand Cherokee L models, you’ll need to spend $57,340 for the Summit model. All of these prices exclude the $1,695 owed to Stellantis in delivery fees. None of the four trims come as standard with 4×4, which is a $2,000 option across the board. Optioning 4×4 also opens up the possibility of adding the 5.7L Hemi V8 to the upper two trim levels, which costs an additional $3,295 USD. The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo L and Limited models are solely available with the 3.6L Pentastar V6.

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