Back in January, Jeep expanded their lineup with the all new Grand Cherokee L model. Packing three rows for the first time in Grand Cherokee history, this seven-seat SUV looks to offer a larger and more usable vehicle for growing Jeep families. This is especially welcome as the automaker prepares to roll out their Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer offerings, which carry a significantly higher price tag. After months of waiting, the automaker has finally rolled out the full Build and Price tool for the Jeep Grand Cherokee L, giving us a better look at how the four trim levels break down.
2021 Grand Cherokee L Build And Price
As mentioned above, the 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. The Laredo and Limited models are solely available with the 3.6L Pentastar V6.
Laredo: The Base Model
The Jeep Grand Cherokee L Laredo doesn’t come with an extensive options list, which isn’t too surprising for the entry level model. There are four exterior paint colors available, though only white is a cost-free option. The other three hues carry a price tag of $345, which are shared with all but the Summit trims. You do get the choice between a Black and a Wicker Beige cloth interior, but that’s about it for interior options aside from a $1,095 power sunroof. As far as packages go, customers can option the $1,295 Luxury Tech Group 1, which includes niceties like heated seats, a heated and leather wrapped steering wheel, a power liftgate, and rain-sensitive windshield wipers among other tweaks. All trim levels can also option the $995 Trailer-Tow Package and the $425 Mopar Finishing Pack.
Limited: A Nicer Grand Cherokee L
Grand Cherokee L Limited customers will have a few more choices to play with. For starters, customers can option an upgraded set of 20-inch wheels for $1,495. The higher trim also comes as standard with Capri leather seats, which can be had with or without perforated inserts. The same two interior colors are available as Laredo models. The Limited model can also be had with the larger 10.1-inch Uconnect infotainment system, which runs an additional $995. Instead of the plain-jane sunroof found on the Laredo model, this Limited can be had with a nicer dual-pane panoramic sunroof $1,795. In terms of packages, the Limited model is available with the Luxury Tech Group 2, which has upgrades such as ventilated front seats, an integrated off-road camera, an intersection collision-assist system, a surround view camera system, and a wireless charging pad among others.
Overland: Off-Road Ready
Things start to get a bit more interesting when you move into Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland. Starting with the exterior, customers can now option three additional two-tone paint options, which are offset by a black roof. Stepping inside, the leather seating is now made from the fancy Nappa grade stuff, and can be had in black or steel gray colors. Interestingly, the upgraded 10.1-inch Uconnect infotainment system costs $1,795 in this trim. The Overland is the only trim that can be had with the $1,095 Off-Road Group. This brings upgrades like an electronic limited-slip differential at the rear axle and skid plates all around.
The $1,995 Advanced ProTech Group 3 is also available, and brings upgrades like a head-up display, a highway assist system, a map-in-cluster display, as well as night vision with pedestrian and animal detection. If you want more luxury and tech from the SUV, the $1,995 Luxury Tech Group IV brings goodies like 4-zone automatic temperature control, 12-way power adjustable massage seats up front, and manual 2nd row window shades.
Summit: The Range Topper
The Jeep Grand Cherokee L Summit is the range topping model, but it also comes with less customizability. Black is the sole monotone paint option, with the three two-tone options carrying over from Overland. Most of the interior options from the lesser trims are now standard, though there are a few packages to choose from. Buyers can spec the Advanced ProTech Group 4 for
$1,995, which includes the Head-Up Display, Interior Rear-Facing Camera, and Night Vision functions. There is also the Luxury Tech Group V, which only includes manual rear window shades and a wireless charging pad. Thankfully, the package is only $245. The Trailer Tow Pack and Mopar Finishing Pack remain available like all three lower trims.
So then there are quite a few ways that buyers could configure their own Jeep Grand Cherokee L models. If you were in the market for a new SUV, which of these models would draw your interest? Let us know down below!