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Three-Row 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Pricing Starts Cheaper Than You’d Think at $38,690

You can still option it north of $65,000 if you so choose, but that base price isn't too shabby.
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Jeep’s line of SUVs has always been about “more.” More off-road capability, more luxury, and now, more people.

In January, the automaker announced the addition of the Jeep Grand Cherokee L, complete with a third row of seating to expand the total passenger count to seven. And today, we know exactly how much that extra space will cost.

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To kick things off is the base Grand Cherokee L Laredo priced at $38,690 (inclusive of $1,695 in destination charges), though costs quickly begin to rise as you head towards the top Summit model. That particular trim begins at $58,690, though it can climb as high as $62,290 if equipped with both a V8 engine and four-wheel-drive. And if you’re feeling extra fancy, you’re free to enter the Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve, which will cost between $63,690 and $66,985 depending on options. And as always, four-wheel-drive is an optional add-on to any trim for an extra $2,000.

Vehicles equipped with the Limited trim will start at $45,690 and receive Capri leather seats. Both first and second rows are heated, as is the steering wheel. Small premium features like remote start and a power liftgate are standard. The Overland trim is slightly more expensive at $54,690, but adds ventilated Nappa leather seats, plus navigation, a hands-free liftgate, dual-pane sunroof, and more.

The $58,690 Summit receives premium quilted leather seats with massaging functionality, active driving assist, 360-degree surround-view camera, LED fog lamps, and other luxury touches specific to the trim. Meanwhile, buyers really looking for comfort should set their eyes on the the top-of-the-line Summit Reserve where there’s Palermo leather and waxed walnut wood trim. The second-row seats are ventilated, and all passengers can enjoy the 19-speaker McIntosh premium sound system. The Summit Reserve is also distinguishable by larger 21-inch wheels and its $63,690 starting price tag.

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To give a quick comparison to Jeep’s two-row offering, the standard Grand Cherokee Laredo starts at $35,715 (including $1,495 in destination charges) and the Summit’s entry price climbs to $54,805.

This means that there is a solid difference in pricing ranging from between $2,975 and $3,885 depending on the trim—for some, this could equate to choosing between four-wheel-drive and an extra set of seats. While there is no Summit Reserve trim available for the two-row, there are performance trims like the SRT and Trackhawk which have not been announced for the three-row Grand Cherokee L.

With the price increase comes a slurry of extra features. Jeep has baked in adaptive cruise, blind-spot monitoring, and other safety features as standard in the Grand Cherokee L, as well as made visual improvements through all-new exterior lighting. The interior also receives some price-justifying upgrades like a large 10.25-inch display running Stellantis’ Uconnect 5 software, plus new tip-and-slide second-row seats.

The all-new, seven-seater Jeep Grand Cherokee L will begin arriving on dealer lots in the second quarter of 2021.

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