Jeep’s new Grand Cherokee L model has a third row of seats, room for seven

Jeep has finally added a three-row version of its popular Grand Cherokee SUV to the lineup, launching it in mid-2021 as the Grand Cherokee L model.

This is a seven-passenger sport-utility vehicle whose design is also completely new, and it served to introduce the styling of the all-new 2022 standard Grand Cherokee, which seats five.

Billed as the first full-size Grand Cherokee model, the L model starts at $36,995 (plus $1,695 shipping) for the base Laredo model with rear-wheel drive and the base 3.6-liter V-6 engine, and goes as high as $65,290 for Summit Reserve model with all-wheel drive and 5.7-liter V-8 engine.

In between are the Laredo V-6 all-wheel drive ($38,995); Altitude V-6 2WD ($40,195); Altitude V-6 4WD ($42,195); Limited V-6 2WD ($43,995); Limited V-6 4WD ($45,995); Overland V-6 2WD ($52,995); Overland V-6 4WD ($54,995); Overland V-8 4WD ($58,290); Summit V-6 2WD ($56,995); Summit V-6 4WD ($58,995); Summit V-8 4WD ($62,290); and the Summit Reserve V-6 4WD ($61,995), the model we tested for this report.

As the price list shows, all-wheel drive is available for an extra $2,000 on all models except the Summit Reserve, where it’s standard. The V-8 engine is offered only on Overland, Summit and Summit Reserve all-wheel-drive models, where it costs an extra $3,295.

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