2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trim Levels
The Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of the most well-known SUV model names ever. But, for some, the entire Jeep family is unfamiliar. For those who feel like outsiders to the Jeep brand, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is a great way to get introduced.
The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee takes familiar Jeep utility and puts it into a comfortable, sensible SUV design. There are a total of twelve of them, enough to please everyone from hardcore Jeep fans to newcomers, and from families to off-road thrill-seekers, and more.
Starting MSRP of $32,045. The base level of the Grand Cherokee has four exterior colors, available 4x4 drive, the ProTech I safety package, smartphone integration, sunroof and more.
Starting MSRP of $35,995. This trim only has three exterior colors, black, grey and white, but has an attractive black interior with blue accent stitching. The limited color options support the exterior badging and cabin lighting scheme.
Starting MSRP of $38,140. The Altitude has five paint colors, an 8.4-inch touchscreen, black leather seats with perforated suede inserts, and black wheel rims, grille and badging.
Starting MSRP of $38,490. The only difference here is the price and the 4x4 drive type, otherwise, this Upland is the same as the 4x2 Upland trim.
Starting MSRP of $39,855. With eight exterior colors and the return of the traditional chrome Jeep grille, the Limited can be purchased with the premium lighting group and the available ProTech II safety package.
Starting MSRP of $44,950. Unlike the regular Limited, the Limited X goes down to three color options, but boasts a dual-pane sunroof, sport hood with dual heat extractors, and a stylish black grille, badging, and painted wheels.
Starting MSRP of $44,955. This version of the Grand Cherokee is spiced up by red front tow hooks and nine different exterior paint colors. No 4x2 here, as the Trailhawk® uses advanced Quadra-Drive® 4x4 system with a rear electronic limited-slip differential for a boost in off-roading capability.
Starting MSRP of $46,295. Nine external colors and three different internal colors, the Overland can reflect more personal taste than the trim levels below it. That and heated and ventilated seats, Alpine® 9-speaker premium audio system for generous entertainment and comfort amenities.
Starting MSRP of $49,040. The five external colors may be limited, but the interior features are not. Black Nappa Perforated leather-trimmed seats create a luxury setting for drivers and passengers to enjoy the standard ProTech II safety package and a panoramic dual-pane sunroof.
Starting MSRP of $51,995. Climbing back up to nine exterior colors, this trim introduces four interior trim options including a beautiful light grey Laguna leather trim that contrasts well with the black interior accents. A black roof is available for two-tone exterior appeal, and a Harman/Kardon audio system with 19 speakers for sound quality beyond expectations.
Starting MSRP of $68,395. Power incarnate comes from a 6.4L V8 engine from Dodge performance cars, and a racing-inspired interior to boot. This trim also includes an orange-brown interior color and ten exterior colors.
Starting MSRP of $86,900. It may seem expensive, but this trim offers ten external color options, three striking interiors, and performance that surpasses the already jaw-dropping SRT® engine with the supercharged 6.2L V8 engine with over 700 horsepower and launch control.