A few days ago, Jeep unveiled the next generation of one of its flagship models. The big reveal of the new Grand Cherokee didn’t reveal all that much in terms of surprises, since the extended version of the SUV’s new edition was presented last January. The new signature and design of this important product for the brand were already, like the proverbial cat, out of the bag.
Today, Jeep’s Canadian division announced the pricing for the 2022 lineup, at least for the models that will be offered from the start (we note the absence of a few variants, including the Trackhawk version).
Of particular note with the new generation are improvements made to the Trailhawk model, as well as the arrival of the new 4xe variant. That version, with an electric range of 40 km, will really offer something interesting with this vehicle.
As for the prices of the 2022 models, there are increases with most variants, but it's more pronounced at the lower end of the lineup than at the higher end. For example, the entry-level Laredo model is up nearly $2,000 from $49,565 to $51,545. The same goes for the Limited model, which sees its price rise from $57,565 to $59,045 (all prices are in Canadian dollars).