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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee First Drive: Taking the Short Way Home

Auto123 gets in a first drive of the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee, this time in short version.

Port Hope, ON - The Jeep Grand Cherokee is celebrating its 30th birthday this year. The legendary 4x4 was launched in 1992 (as a 1993 model), and as part of the festivities to do with it leaving its 20s, it has been accompanied by a stretched L variant for a few months. That’s great for larger families, of course, but the real Grand Cherokee remains this one, despite the best efforts of the brand's strategists and the fact that many consumers with lots of folks and dogs to transport have gone for the longer of the two versions.

The Grand Cherokee SUV offers a well-balanced mix of comfort, smoothness and amazing off-road capabilities, and for 2022, which represents the debut of the model’s fifth generation, the bar is raised a bit higher, notably via the addition of a 4xe variant (coming a little later), but also by a more-premium design, a modern interior but still a formula that pays proper respect to the esthetic of previous generations.

I had the opportunity to drive this WL generation, which replaces the WK, in the beautiful Port Hope area, in the vicinity of the GTA. Here's what I learned from my first test drive of Jeep’s second most iconic model.

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