The Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of the most capable vehicles in its class, providing one of the best combinations of on-road refinement and off-road ability. Even though it's a unibody platform, similar to modern crossovers, the Grand Cherokee is available with sophisticated four-wheel drive systems, air suspension and a computer system that can be adapted for various terrains. But inside, the Jeep has one of the nicest interiors and is downright plush in uplevel Overland trims. There's even a high-performance SRT8 model.
Even the base Laredo trim comes well-equipped. The standard engine is a 3.6-liter V6 found in many Chrysler Group products, making here 290 horsepower and mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. Power windows, mirrors and locks with remote keyless entry are standard, along with cruise control, automatic headlamps, air conditioning, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, 17-inch alloy wheels and six-speaker audio system with AUX input. Stepping up to Limited adds heated leather seats, a navigation system, chrome grille, dual-zone automatic climate control, Xenon headlamps, 18-inch alloy wheels and a panoramic moonroof.Read more »
The base Grand Cherokee comes loaded with modern conveniences expected of a midsize SUV, and offers options to make it a capable off-roader. The Laredo comes standard with the 3.6-liter V6 engine with a five-speed automatic sending power to the rear-wheels. Seventeen-inch alloy wheels also come with the Laredo, as do automatic headlamps, power windows, heated mirrors and locks with remote keyless entry. Inside, there's a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, dual-zone air conditioning, trip computer, anti-theft system and six-speaker audio system with AUX input. The Laredo X package adds an auto-dimming rearview mirror, cargo cover, automatic climate control, leather seats, heated front seats, power driver's seat, Bluetooth with Chrysler's UConnect system and a 40 GB music hard drive, backup camera, rear parking sensors and 18-inch alloy wheels. The Altitude Package also adds power lumbar adjustment for the front seats, special 20-inch alloy wheels, dark-painted grille and trim and a universal garage door opener. The Quadra-Trac I system with four-wheel drive, hill descent control and skid plates is optional, but an Off-Road Package adds the more advanced Quadra-Trac II system, air suspension, towing package and an electronic limited slip differential.
The Limited adds more luxury to the Grand Cherokee, including some popular technology features. Standard features on top of the Laredo X package include a dual-pane panoramic moonroof, chrome exterior trim, bi-xenon headlights with auto leveling, daytime running lamps, keyless entry and start, automatic wipers, a Garmin navigation system, the ParkView backup camera, SiriusXM TravelLink subscription, heated front and rear seats, and driver's memory settings for the seat, mirrors and radio. A power liftgate, power steering wheel adjustment, 20-inch alloy wheels, upgraded audio system and cooled seats are options.
The Overland is the most luxurious Grand Cherokee, offering a level of refinement more typical of premium-branded SUVs from luxury makes. Standard is the Quadra-Lift air suspension system, 20-inch alloy wheels, Nappa leather seats that are heated front and rear and cooled in front, a leather-covered dashboard, heated steering wheel and wood trim. The Overland Summit model adds different 20-inch alloy wheels and safety features like front parking sensors, adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring.
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|Build & Price|
2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee$27,911 | 15,589 mi
2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee$28,081 | 7,460 mi
2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee$42,544 | 8,749 mi
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee$25,899 | 32,240 mi
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee$28,894 | 6,990 mi
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee$29,995 | no mileage
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee$31,000 | 38,458 mi
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee$32,711 | 21,153 mi
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee$36,899 | 18,772 mi
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee$21,500 | 56,964 mi
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee$25,000 | 63,582 mi
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee$25,344 | 65,953 mi
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee$28,590 | 35,552 mi
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee$32,350 | 29,311 mi
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee$34,988 | 2,201 mi
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee$36,991 | 43,714 mi
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee$13,693 | 68,353 mi
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee$18,490 | 58,388 mi
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee$10,488 | 106,386 mi
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee$11,280 | 82,171 mi
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee$11,984 | 86,472 mi
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee$10,375 | 83,434 mi
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee$12,963 | 90,623 mi
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee$6,988 | 108,663 mi
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee$8,995 | 104,937 mi
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee$8,998 | 71,832 mi
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee$4,195 | 225,793 mi
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee$8,899 | 73,288 mi
Standard third-row seat, lots of advanced technology features and engine options, but limited towing and off-road ability.
Skilled off-road and offers third-row seat, but has cheap interior and cumbersome to drive in town.
Well-finished interior, advanced off-road technology and optional diesel and hybrid, but can be very expensive.
Standard third-row with optional V8 and well-priced, but has crude on-road driving experience, cheap interior and poor fuel economy.