- jeep has released pricing for the new three-row version of the grand cherokee, the 2021 grand cherokee l.
- it starts between $2975–$6280 higher than the equivalent two-row grand cherokee models.
- the grand cherokee l will go on sale this spring.
update 2/25/21: these prices have been updated with the official numbers from jeep.
if you want more grand cherokee, you're going to have to pay more. the new, larger 2021 grand cherokee l with three rows of seats is predictably more expensive than the existing two-row version, with prices starting at $38,690 and rising to over $65,000 for the top trim levels. depending on model, the l costs between $2975–$6280 more than the equivalent two-row; but remember, the l is also the first representative of the grand cherokee's new generation, while the two-row version of the new design won't arrive until the 2022 model year.
the l starts off with the laredo trim, which comes standard with rear-wheel drive and a 3.6-liter v-6. the available four-wheel-drive system costs $2000 extra for all grand cherokee ls. the next model is the limited, which starts at $45,690 and adds features such as a power liftgate, leather seats, and heated second-row seats.
the overland starts at $54,690 and offers a 5.7-liter v-8 as an optional upgrade for $5295 extra (the engine upgrade also necessitates adding four-wheel drive). it also comes with features such as a power-folding third row of seats, a cooling function for the second-row seats, and an upgraded audio system. the $58,690 summit, appropriately enough, sits at the top of the lineup and has extras such as 20-inch wheels, four-zone climate control, nappa leather seats, and massaging front seats.
there's an even better-equipped summit reserve model starting at $63,690 that includes cooled second-row seats, 21-inch wheels, and even nicer interior trim. a fully loaded summit reserve with the v-8 engine tops out at $66,985.
jeep says the 2021 grand cherokee l start arriving at u.s. dealerships in the spring.