2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L’s Four Trim Levels Explained

  • The fifth-gen Jeep Grand Cherokee was revealed with a new three-row L model, and it comes in four different trim levels.
  • We’ve laid out things that come standard and available on the Laredo, Limited, Overland, and Summit models.
  • The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee will be on sale in the spring, and the two-row model and a plug-in hybrid are debuting later this year.

    The Jeep Grand Cherokee is now in its fifth generation, and it’s being introduced with a three-row L model. The two-row version of the new SUV won’t be unveiled until later this year, and Jeep will also announce a plug-in hybrid 4xe model at that time.

    The Grand Cherokee L will be available as base Laredo, Limited, Overland, and Summit models, which can get more luxurious with an available Summit-exclusive package. A 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 is standard with two-wheel drive on all four models, though all- or four-wheel drive is available across the board. A more powerful 5.7-liter V-8 is available on the Overland and Summit models and comes standard equipped with four-wheel drive. Here’s what’s available on each of those models:

    Jeep hasn’t shared images of the Laredo or Limited models.

    Grand Cherokee L Laredo ($38,000 est.)

    The Laredo is the base model Grand Cherokee L, and it has cloth seats, a manually adjustable leather-wrapped steering wheel with electronic paddle shifters, a six-speaker audio system, 12 USB ports, and a manual liftgate. It’s equipped with LED reflector headlights with amber running lights and LED taillights. A sunroof is optional. The Laredo sits on 18-inch silver wheels wrapped in Michelin Primacy XC or Primacy LTX all-season tires. All-wheel drive is optional on the Laredo.

    All Grand Cherokee Ls, even the base Laredo, come standard with a 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and the Laredo is equipped with an 8.4-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. A Lux Tech Group package is available that adds a power liftgate, remote start, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, third row USB outlet, 115-volt auxiliary power outlet, and a wireless charging pad.

    Grand Cherokee L Limited ($45,000 est.)

    If you’re looking for a little more equipment, including leather seats, the Limited model offers a decent step up. It’s equipped with leather upholstery and a heated eight-way power driver’s seat with memory and a power passenger’s seat with lumbar adjustment. The seats cancooled as part of the Limited’s Lux Tech Group package, which also adds a digital rearview mirror, a power-adjustable steering wheel, and second-row window shades. The steering wheel and second row of seats are heated as well. The instrument panel and front and rear doors have ambient lighting and the Limited gets the 8.4-inch screen standard, though it can be upgraded to a 10.1-inch display. A nine-speaker Alpine audio system is available, and there’s a 115-volt auxiliary outlet and an additional USB port in the third row.

    On the Limited and higher, fog lights are standard. Limited models sit on 18-inch wheels wrapped in standard Michelin Primacy XC or Primacy LTX all-season tires, though 20-inch wheels and Bridgestone Ecopia all-season rubber are available. Like the Laredo, all-wheel drive is also optional.

    Grand Cherokee L Overland ($50,000 est.)

    2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland

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    The Overland model is distinguished by a black grille insert and black roof rack, an Overland-specific front fascia with chrome lower inserts, and front tow hooks. A panoramic sunroof is standard on it and the Summit. 20-inch wheels are wrapped in Bridgestone Ecopia all-season tires. Four-wheel-drive Overland models get a two-speed active transfer case, and an electronic limited-slip rear differential can be added as part of an off-road package that also adds Jeep’s “Trail Rated” badge, skid plates, and 18-inch wheels with Michelin Primacy XC all-season tires. They also feature an adaptive air suspension with five modes and a max lift of 4.2 inches and hill-descent control.

    Like the Limited model, the 10.1-inch touchscreen is optional. Heated and ventilated seats are wrapped in nappa leather and the steering wheel has wood trim.

    Grand Cherokee L Summit ($55,000 est.)

    2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Summit

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    The top-of-the-line Summit model is the most luxurious Grand Cherokee, and it can get even more luxurious with a Summit Reserve package. This package adds cooled front- and second-row Palermo leather seats, memory and massage front seats, walnut wood trim, suede pillars and headliner, a 19-speaker McIntosh audio system, and, of course, Summit Reserve badging. The 10.1-inch infotainment screen and Active Driving Assist system are standard.

    The Grand Cherokee L Summit is distinguished by extra chrome trim. Summit models with four-wheel drive get the electronic rear limited-slip differential standard as well as hill descent control and the adaptive air suspension. They ride on 20-inch wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion all-season tires, while the aforementioned Reserve package adds a set of 21-inch wheels with Continental CrossContact rubber.

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