All-new Grand Cherokee L expands legendary capability

Jeep Grand Cherokee L vehicles in mountains

It’s time to think big.

The most awarded SUV ever,1 the Jeep® Grand Cherokee, has been boldly reimagined with breakthrough levels of capability and a debut third row.

In the all-new 2021 Grand Cherokee L, Jeep brand delivers more in numerous impactful ways.

Besides additional space with seating for six or seven, the famous utility has been given a sculpted, fresh design offering a range of on- and off-road, safety and technological advancements.

Enhanced off-roading has been achieved through an available combination of Jeep Quadra-Trac® and Quadra-Drive® 4×4 systems, five modes of Selec-Terrain® traction management, and the Quadra-Lift® suspension system that raises ground clearance to a best-in-class 10.9 inches2 and fording ability up to 24 inches.3

Grand Cherokee L climbing hill
The all-new Grand Cherokee L takes full-size SUV to another level.

These technologies, together with all-new vehicle architecture, contribute to a superior drive on the road, too.

Quadra-Trac, Quadra-Drive and Selec-Terrain can adapt to different conditions to provide optimal traction, while Quadra-Lift’s Aero mode and Selec-Terrain’s Sport mode lower the vehicle’s stance for improved performance and fuel economy.

Coupled with performance comes safety, and more than 110 standard and available safety and security features afford occupants of this new model an even greater degree of protection.

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Available options such as active driving assist with hands-on automated driving,4 night-vision cameras that help you see pedestrians and animals in the dark up to 219 yards away,5 and a head-up display that keeps eyes on the road while speed, incoming calls and upcoming turns are shown on the windshield before you, are just some of them.

Three-row Grand Cherokee L interior
Customers asked for a third row and Jeep® brand delivered.

Tech drives the Grand Cherokee L forward in many other areas, including a state-of-the-art Uconnect® 5 system with available 10.1-inch touchscreen. Using Apple CarPlay®6 or Android AutoTM7 integration, this interface wirelessly connects to your contacts, devices and entertainment so you can easily make calls and access playlists and podcasts, all of which can be enjoyed through the available 19-speaker McIntosh® surround-sound system.

The updated interior is also a sign of Jeep brand craftsmanship, with touches such as hand-wrapped, quilted Palermo leather and open-pore waxed walnut wood – available on the Summit Reserve package – elevating its sophistication.

Grand Cherokee L interior
Buyers and lessees will be able to choose from six trim lines, including Summit Reserve.

And, let’s not forget, the extra cabin space means your Grand Cherokee experience can now be enjoyed with more people than ever before. Second-row passengers sit back within bench or tip-and-slide bucket seats with 39 inches of legroom, and the new third row is available with power-folding seats for added convenience.

The all-new 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L will be offered in six trim lines comprising Laredo, Altitude, Limited, Overland, Summit and Summit Reserve. Arriving in dealerships this spring, it will be followed by two-row and plug-in hybrid versions later in the year.

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1The Jeep Grand Cherokee has received more awards in its lifetime than any other SUV.
2Available on Grand Cherokee L Summit. Based on Ward’s Middle/Sport Utility Vehicle – excludes other FCA US LLC vehicles.
3Do not attempt water fording unless depth is known and consistent with the vehicle’s water fording rating in the Owner’s Manual. Traversing water can cause damage that may not be covered by the new vehicle warranty. Always off-road responsibly in approved areas.
4This system is a driver’s convenience system, not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of traffic conditions and be prepared to use the brakes to avoid collisions.
5This system is an alert system for the front of the vehicle. It is not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of traffic conditions and be prepared to use brakes to avoid collisions.
6Requires compatible iPhone®. See dealer for phone compatibility. Data plan rates apply. Apply CarPlay is a trademark of Apple Inc. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple terms of use and privacy statements apply.
7To use Android Auto on your phone screen, you’ll need an Android phone running 5.0 or higher and the Android Auto app. Android and Android Auto are trademarks of Google LLC.

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