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What you must know before purchasing your Grand Cherokee. Use this pricing analysis to negotiate the best price with the dealer.

Highlights:

  • 2022 Grand Cherokee models arriving
  • Lease: From $335/mo
  • Rebates: Up to $3,000 off
  • Finance: From 0% APR

2022 Grand Cherokee models arriving

The new 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee continues flowing into dealers nationwide. This all-new design is available in two- and three-row configurations. The 4xe plug-in hybrid variant can travel up to 25 miles on electricity alone.

The carryover 2022 Grand Cherokee WK, which is also arriving at dealers, retains last year's design and is available with two rows only.

Jeep also sells the larger 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer.

The best Grand Cherokee deals are typically on the entry-level Laredo trim.

Current factory offers can vary by region and will remain in effect through May 31, 2022. The examples shown here are based on California. This page is updated monthly, so check back for the latest pricing info.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Lease Deals

Lease from $310/month

For current FCA lessees, the 2022 Grand Cherokee WK Laredo E 4x2 now starts at $335 for 36 months (10,000 miles a year) with $3,815 due at signing. The effective monthly cost is $441, a good value for this price class.

As for the 2022 New Grand Cherokee, the two-row Laredo 4x2 is offered to everyone from $496 for 39 months (12,000 miles a year) with $3,799 at signing. With an effective monthly cost of $593, this lease falls well short of a good value in our view.

Current FCA lessees can lease the three-row 2022 New Grand Cherokee Limited L from $405 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $3,890 due at signing. The effective monthly cost comes to $550, a good value relative to MSRP in our analysis.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Rebate Deals

Up to $3,000 off

Jeep once again offers a $3,000 rebate on the 2022 Grand Cherokee WK to all buyers, an excellent amount for this model. Even better, you can combine it with this month's APR offer (see below).

In the 2022 New Grand Cherokee lineup, the Limited L leads the pack with $1,000 for all buyers. There's also a $500 conquest bonus on the New Grand Cherokee for current customers of non-FCA brands, bringing your potential savings to $1,500.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Finance Deals

Rates from 0% APR

In addition to the cash rebate on the 2022 Grand Cherokee WK, Jeep offers 0% financing for 48 months. If you want longer to pay, Jeep also offers 2.9% for 60 months and 2.9% for 72.

Jeep is offering finance promos on the 2022 New Grand Cherokee as well, although there are no specific rates advertised this month. Check with your dealer to see what Jeep is offering where you live.

Current Finance Deals

No financing deals are available at this time for the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Current Lease Deals

Considering a lease? These are the best lease deals available for the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

WK 2-Row Laredo E 4x2 with Pkg 2BE (Loyalty)
Payment
$335
Term (mos)
36
Due at Signing
$3,815
MSRP
$38,575
New 2-Row Laredo 4x2
Payment
$496
Term (mos)
39
Due at Signing
$3,799
MSRP
$40,120
New 3-Row Limited L 4x2 with Pkg 22E (Loyalty)
Payment
$450
Term (mos)
39
Due at Signing
$3,890
MSRP
$47,515
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Introduction

What's New

Last year saw the launch of the all-new three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee L and 2022 marks the debut of the two-row and a plug-in hybrid variant. The New Grand Cherokee brings updated exterior styling, a larger interior that is also more luxurious, and the latest safety and infotainment technology.

Choosing Your Jeep Grand Cherokee

There are three different body styles to consider. The previous-generation Grand Cherokee WK is being sold alongside the New Grand Cherokee albeit in a limited number of trims. The New Grand Cherokee joins the Grand Cherokee L and the two feature the same trim levels (minus the Grand Cherokee-only Trailhawk trim).

The Grand Cherokee 4xe has a uniquely named base trim even though its features largely align with the gasoline-powered versions’ Limited trim. The 4xe is not available in the L configuration.

Engine Choices

The engine lineup is familiar for the Jeep. The base 3.6-liter V6 generates 293 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque (with similar power ratings for the previous-generation Grand Cherokee WK) while a 5.7-liter V8 that generates 357 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque is optional for $3,295 on the Trailhawk, Overland, and Summit models when equipped with four-wheel drive.

The New Grand Cherokee 4xe uses a plug-in hybrid powertrain that includes a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor that takes the place of the torque converter to generate a combined 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque.

The 400-volt 17-kWh battery and other underbody EV components are sealed and protected behind steel skid plates while maintaining the gasoline-only version’s off-road clearances and capabilities.

All three powertrains feature an eight-speed automatic while there are three versions of four-wheel-drive systems. A permanently engaged single-speed transfer case system is standard on the gasoline-only Laredo and Limited trims, a two-speed transfer case system is standard on the 4xe and Overland trims, and a two-speed transfer case system with an electronic limited-slip rear axle is standard on the Trailhawk and Summit trims (and optional on the Overland).

Fuel economy with the V6 powertrain ranges from EPA-estimated 22 miles per gallon combined for the New Grand Cherokee (RWD and AWD are rated the same) to 21 mpg for the (previous generation) Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee L. The V8 models earn an unimpressive 17 mpg. The 4xe has not been rated by the EPA but Jeep expects it to earn 56 MPGe on premium gasoline and deliver 25 miles of EV-only range.

ModelPrice Range
Grand Cherokee WK$37,460-$43,535
New Grand Cherokee$39,185 - $65,160
New Grand Cherokee L+1,500
New Grand Cherokee 4xe$59,495 - $76,095

Passenger and Cargo Capacity

The New Grand Cherokee seats five and stretches to 193.5 inches long (almost four inches more than the previous generation), 77.5 inches wide (one inch more), and rides on a 117-inch long-wheelbase (about two inches more). The Grand Cherokee L receives a third row which increases the occupant capacity to six or seven and is nearly a foot longer, effectively bookending the 199-inch long Ford Explorer.

Inside, the New Grand Cherokee offers 38-inches of rear-seat legroom, 37.7 cubic feet of space behind the second row, and 70.8 cubic feet of total cargo space, which is slightly more than the previous generation’s measurements. The L’s added length provides another inch of legroom for the second row and 30.3 inches for those in the way-back. There is 17.2 cubic feet of volume behind the third row which grows to 46.9 with the second row folded and 84.6 with all rows down which isn’t as generous as in the Explorer despite its larger size.

Most of the new-generation models are capable of towing 6,200 pounds while the V8 extends that rating to 7,200 pounds when fitted with the Trailer Tow Prep Group for $695.

With this being a Jeep, it’s important to note that the standard suspension provides 8.4 inches of ground clearance which can grow to 11.3 inches (0.5 inches greater than the previous generation) when equipped with air suspension that also allows for 24 inches of water fording - providing similar clearance as a Land Rover Discovery but about a foot less river crossing depth.

Safety Features

The New Grand Cherokee is equipped with a full suite of active safety technology such as automatic emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and rear parking sensors as standard. The Overland trim adds front parking sensors with low-speed braking, and the Summit trim adds active driving assist with hands-free cruise capability (expected software release is 2022), driver attention monitor, intersection collision avoidance, traffic sign recognition, and parking assist.

The carry-over Grand Cherokee WK is a reminder of the way things used to be as it is not standard with a full suite of safety systems. Rather, it includes only blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert and rear parking sensors as standard and leaves the automatic emergency braking and lane-keep assist within the $875 ProTech II package. Adaptive cruise control is found within the Limited trim’s ProTech II Package ($1,995) which also includes parking assist.

The latest generation Grand Cherokee has not been tested by IIHS or NHTSA, however, the older Grand Cherokee received almost unheard of bad ratings (Marginal and Poor) in NHTSA’s narrow offset crashes. With the optional safety package, it received a Superior rating for vehicle-to-vehicle crash prevention.

Connectivity

The New Grand Cherokee is equipped with six speakers, Jeep’s latest infotainment system, an 8.4-inch touchscreen, a Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa capability, HD Radio, SiriusXM 360L, and remote services. A 10.1-inch touchscreen with navigation is standard on the 4xe lineup and Summit trims.

The 4xe models are equipped with two 12-volt outlets, one 115-volt outlet, and four USB ports. The USB count grows to six in the gasoline-only two-row New Grand Cherokee and to 12 in the Grand Cherokee L.

The base trims make do with six speakers while the 4xe and Trailkawk trims are equipped with a nine-speaker 506-watt Alpine sound system. A 19-speaker 950-watt McIntosh sound system is available in the Summit trim for $1,495 and is standard in the 4xe’s Overland and Summit trims.

The 4xe model continues to project its high-tech image with a standard 10.25-inch front passenger interactive display that is integrated into the instrument panel. In the other models, it is only available in the top-tier Summit trim with the optional Summit Reserve Package.

The old-school Grand Cherokee is equipped with an 8.4-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability, SiriusXM, HD Radio, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and navigation, while it still utilizes the previous-generation infotainment system.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo - MSRP From $39,185

The New Grand Cherokee’s base trim does not feel basic. LED headlights and taillights, 17-inch alloy wheels, heated mirrors with integrated turn signals, chrome trim, roof rails, laminated front and side glass, a capless fuel filler, proximity entry, a 10.25-inch digital gauge cluster, an eight-way power driver’s seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, LED interior lighting, paddle shifters, front windows with one-touch up, and illuminated cup holders are all standard.

The Luxury Tech Group I is available for $1,295 and includes remote start, a power tailgate, rain-sensing wipers, heated seats, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a wireless charging pad.

With the Luxury Tech Group I package selected the Altitude Appearance Package is available and includes gloss black 20-inch wheels and exterior trim, grille, and roof rails, leather seats with suede inserts, and a black headliner.

The Grand Cherokee L’s Laredo trim features the Luxury Tech Group I as standard.

The previous generation’s Grand Cherokee WK Laredo E starts at $37,460 and is equipped with 18-inch wheels, heated mirrors, LED taillights, fog lights, body-color fascias and grille trim, an eight-way power driver’s seat, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The Security and Convenience Package is $2,000 and adds a power tailgate, remote engine start, and heated front seats and steering wheel.

The previous generation’s Laredo X trim starts at $40,960 and includes the Security and Convenience Package and further offers the $795 Tech Group which includes Bi-xenon HID headlights with automatic high beams, LED fog lights, LED daytime running lights, and upgraded audio, as well as the Altitude Appearance Package for $1,845.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited - MSRP From $47,505

The New Grand Cherokee’s Limited trim features 18-inch wheels, LED fog lights, remote engine start, a power tailgate, leather seating with memory position for the driver, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front and second-row seats, and ambient interior lighting.

The 4xe model’s base trim ($59,495) is comparable to the Limited trim and additionally includes a panoramic sunroof and offers the Luxury Tech Group II for $2,295 which includes upgraded perforated leather seating surfaces with ventilated front seats, a rearview digital camera mirror, surround-view camera, an auto-dimming driver’s side mirror, additional active safety tech, a wireless charging pad, and second-row sunshades.

The previous generation’s Limited trim starts at $43,535 and includes 18-inch wheels with gray painted pockets, chrome mirror housings, chrome exterior trim, leather seating, and a sunroof.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk - MSRP From $53,070

The Trailhawk is the off-road-focused trim with additional skid plates, air suspension, a sway bar disconnect, red tow hooks (blue in the 4xe Trailhawk), low-speed cruise control, terrain management, an off-road camera, and off-road tires wrapped around 18-inch wheels.

It also is equipped with additional features such as power-folding mirrors, memory positioning, vinyl and leather ventilated seats with suede inserts and red stitching (blue on the 4xe), and styling touches such as a gloss-black roof panel, gray roof rails, a black and red matte hood decal (blue on the 4xe), and gray grille inserts.

The Advanced ProTech II Group is newly offered for $1,995 and includes a surround-view camera, upgraded safety tech, parking assist, and night-vision and the Luxury Tech III Group is also available for $1,295.

The 4xe’s Trailhawk trim starts at $64,280 and is similarly equipped and offers the same packages with minor pricing differences.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland - MSRP From $55,100

The Overland trim features body-color lower front and rear bumper trim, rocker panel cladding, and wheel well flares, chrome dual exhaust outlets, gloss black roof rails with chrome inserts, 20-inch wheels with gloss-black inserts, LED signature lighting, extended proximity entry with a hands-free power tailgate, approach lighting, an auto-dimming driver’s side mirror, a panoramic sunroof, and air suspension. Inside, the luxurious trim features perforated premium leather seats, a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and multi-color ambient lighting.

The Grand Cherokee L adds a power-folding third row and a wood-trimmed steering wheel.

The two key option packages include the Advanced ProTech III Group ($1,995) which additionally offers active driving assist, a head-up display, and a map-in-cluster display and the Luxury Tech IV Group ($1,995) which further includes 12-way power-adjustable front seats with massage and memory positioning for the passenger and four-zone climate control, and the Off-Road Group ($1,095) that brings Trail Rated credibility to the Overland trim.

The Overland 4xe trim starts at $67,555 and is similarly equipped to the rest of the Overland lineup.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit - MSRP From $59,160

The Summit trim features a unique grille and front fascia, platinum chrome exterior trim, a gloss-black painted roof, uniquely styled 20-inch wheels, power 12-way massaging seats with quilted leather and leg extensions, a wood-trim steering wheel, premium carpet, and oak wood trim.

A head-up display, night vision, a wireless charger, and second-row sunshades are still available through their respective and significantly reduced-cost packages.

Summit Reserve package is $4,000 ($4,480 for the 4xe model) and includes 21-inch wheels, upgraded hand-wrapped leather seats, extended interior leather surfaces, open-pore walnut trim, suede pillars and headliner, and ventilated second-row seats.

The Summit 4xe trim starts at $71,615 and includes the same key features and option packages.

Compare Grand Cherokee Trims Side-By-Side

CarsDirect Tip

Off-roading is the Grand Cherokee’s forte and the opportunities provided by the Trailhawk 4xe are unique among the segment. Add on the Advanced ProTech II Group and the newest generation of Grand Cherokee can go toe-to-toe with the more established luxury off-road crowd.

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