Jeep's design language should be familiar to you by now. The Grand Cherokee's face made its debut on the longer Grand Cherokee L, and it's also used on the Grand Wagoneer. The design ethos is sublime, mostly because it strays away from the oversized grille trend. Jeep uses its famous seven-slot grille on the nose of Grand Cherokee, tastefully incorporated and no bigger than it needs to be. The slim headlights and taillights work well with the square body. Overall, it's a pleasing thing to look at. All models get premium LED headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights. A power tailgate is standard on all but the base Laredo model. A dual-pane sunroof is only standard on the high-end Overland, Summit, and Summit Reserve models.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee rests on a 116.7-inch wheelbase and has an overall body length of 193.5 inches. It's 84.6 inches wide with the mirrors extended and stands 70.8 inches tall - air suspension adds a tenth to that.
The lightest model is the 2WD Laredo with a curb weight of 4,238 pounds. The heaviest model is the Summit Reserve, weighing 4,784 lbs. 4xe models are decidedly heavier, considering it has a turbocharged four-pot, two electric motors, and a 400-volt battery pack. Curb weights range from 5,325 lbs to around 5,558 lbs in PHEV guise.
As for off-roading, 4x2 models on the standard suspension get 8.4 inches of ground clearance, increasing to 10.9 inches if you spec air suspension and set it to Off-Road II. 4xe Trailhawk derivatives boast the greatest clearance at 11.3 inches. When it comes to approach, breakover, and departure angles, you get three different sets of figures. At the lower end of the spectrum, the GC boasts approach/departure/breakover angles of 20.5/26.6/19.1 degrees although the standard 4xe drops the latter figure to 16.3. At the upper end of the spectrum, gas-powered Trailhawk derivatives boast 35.7/30.2/24.4-degree maximums, with the 4xe Trailhawk slotting between these two extremes.
|Jeep Grand Cherokee Trims||Laredo||Altitude||Limited||Overland||Summit||Summit Reserve|
|Max Width||77.5 in.||77.5 in.||77.5 in.||77.5 in.||77.5 in.||77.5 in.|
|Length||193.5 in.||193.5 in.||193.5 in.||193.5 in.||193.5 in.||193.5 in.|
|Height||70.8 in.||70.8 in.||70.8 in.||70.9 in.||70.9 in.||70.9 in.|
|Wheelbase||116.7 in.||116.7 in.||116.7 in.||116.7 in.||116.7 in.||116.7 in.|
|Jeep Grand Cherokee Trims||Curb Weight|
|Laredo||4,238 - 4,365 lbs.|
|Altitude||4,238 - 4,365 lbs.|
|Limited||4,413 - 4,426 lbs.|
|Overland||4,451 - 4,721 lbs.|
|Summit||4,475 - 4,784 lbs.|
|Summit Reserve||4,784 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||20" x 8.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||20" x 8.5"|
Jeep's color palette is pretty minimal. The only no-cost option for the Jeep Grand Cherokee is Bright White. On the Laredo, Altitude, and Limited, you can choose between four $495 options, including Diamond Black, Baltic Gray, Silver Zynith, and Velvet Red Pearl. 4xe models add Midnight Sky and Rocky Mountain Pearl for the same surcharge, while the latter is made available to the Limited trim. Overland models get Hydro Blue Pearl at $495, while the Summit and Summit Reserve can be optioned in monotone Diamond Black Crystal or the above hues combined with a black roof.
The Trailhawk 4xe has model-specific blue highlights and is available in solid black ($495) or two-tone colors with a black roof, including just Silver Zynith, Hydro Blue, Midnight Sky, Baltic Gray, or Bright White, with only the latter not asking for $495.
The Overland is available in the same color options as the base models, and the same two-tone options as the Trailhawk. But instead of a black hood decal, you get a black roof and pillars. The same two-tone roof options are available for the Summit and Summit Reserve, but you can have them painted completely in Diamond Black for $495.