The new seven-seat Jeep Grand Cherokee L will debut in Australia in mid-2022 and promises more luxury, comfort and space with a third row, increased cargo capacity, generous legroom and larger door openings for better access.
Priced from $82,250 (plus on-road and dealer costs) for the entry Night Eagle, it will be available in three trim levels, all including Uconnect 5 navigation with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather-trimmed and power front seats with power lumbar adjustment, a – and retractable electric tailgate, automatic LED headlights, blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic detection, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, active lane management, automatic emergency braking for pedestrians (with cyclist detection), drowsy – Driver detection and traffic sign recognition.
Additionally, the lineup will include Jeep’s off-road lineups, with the Grand Cherokee L Night Eagle equipped with the Quadra-Trac 1 4×4 system and a 4×4 single-speed active transmission; Grand Cherokee L Limited (from $87,950 plus on-road and dealer charges) with a Selec-Terrain traction management system and a 4×4 active single-speed transmission and Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve (from $115,450 plus on-road and dealer delivery charges) upgrade to a Quadra-Drive 11 Active 4×4 system with Selec-Terrain and Quadra Lift air suspension. plus a 4×4 two-speed active transmission with low gear.
All RRP prices include luxury car tax, if applicable. Optional premium paint is an extra $1750 on all variants, with a single-window sunroof available on the Night Eagle for $2450; a Vision Group package with dual glass sunroof and head-up display on Limited for $4250 and an Advanced Technology Group package with head-up display, wireless phone charging, night vision and front passenger interactive display (on 2022 models only ) at Summit Reserve for $5500.
“As the most refined and technologically advanced model we’ve released to date, the arrival of the all-new Grand Cherokee L represents another landmark for Jeep and sets the new standard for our brand,” Jeep Australia CEO Kevin Flynn said.
“The added versatility of its seven-seat layout goes hand in hand with an all-new architecture, countless safety and assistance systems, exceptional material quality and the latest advances in our renowned 4×4 capability, making the Grand Cherokee L a truly premium offering in every sense of the word .”
Each variant features Jeep’s 3.6-litre Pentastar V6 engine, which produces 210kW and 344Nm of torque, up to 2395 liters of cargo space, depending on seating configuration, and 2813kg of towing capacity.
“The arrival of the all-new Grand Cherokee L represents another landmark for Jeep.”
The flagship Summit Reserve is pure indulgence with quilted Palermo leather seats that are both heated and ventilated up front with 12-way power adjustments, four-way lumbar support and massage function for both driver and passenger.
Additionally, there’s a waxed walnut finish, 21-inch polished alloy wheels and a 19-speaker McIntosh sound system tuned to the vehicle’s layout for an immersive surround sound experience.
Jeep Australia says the Grand Cherokee L Series features a new unibody construction, which increases rigidity by using lightweight, high-strength aluminum and steel and includes several enhancements to improve ride quality, handling and comfort, while increasing efficiency and downsizing. noise and weight.
A new Jeep Grand Cherokee two-row, with a 4xe plug-in hybrid electrified variant, is also slated to debut in 2022.