2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L pricing and specs: All-new 7-seat premium SUV is Australia-bound

Posted: 16 February 2022 12:39 pm
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Jeep's most technologically-advanced model yet, the 2022 Grand Cherokee L also debuts a 7-seat layout for the first time, pushing the model into a new segment.

Jeep is readying itself to break into a new section of the market with the arrival of the all-new 2022 Grand Cherokee L, which will offer a 7-seat configuration for the first time in Australia.

Slated to arrive in Aussie showrooms mid-this year, prices will start at $82,250 for the new model with it reaching into 6-digit territory at the top of the range, indicating its position as the most technologically-advanced Jeep model yet.

Set to be offered in 3 trim levels at launch, the 7-seat range opens with the Night Eagle variant, which sports the base Quadra-Trac I active 4x4 system with a single-speed transfer case. It also comes riding on 20-inch gloss black alloy wheels.

Even as the entry-level model, the Grand Cherokee L Night Eagle comes decked-out inside. Leather upholstery, heated and 8-way powered front seats, a fully-digital instrument cluster, Uconnect 5 navigation system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless phone charging, a 6-speaker audio system, automatic LED headlights, and a powered tailgate.

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A single-pane sunroof is optionally available for $2,450 while premium paint is $1,450 across the range.

Active safety tech including adaptive cruise control, active lane management, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, drowsy driver detection, traffic sign recognition, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-path detection all come as standard on every variant as well.

Stepping up to the Limited model adds in the Selec-Terrain drive mode system along with a set of 20-inch polished alloys. Inside, it also steps it up with Premium Capri leather, memory function for the driver's seat, heated rear seats, second-row window shades, ambient lighting and a 9-speaker premium audio system.

Limited models can also be optioned with the $4,250 Vision Group, which adds a dual-pane sunroof and a head-up display.

Sitting at the top of the range is the Summit Reserve, which features the biggest upgrades for the new model. It utilises the Quadra-Trac II 4x4 system which adds in a 2-speed transfer case with low range. Also helping its off-road prowess and on-road comfort is height-adjustable air suspension, while it comes riding on 21-inch polished alloy wheels and with a black-painted roof.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L

Inside, quilted Palermo leather abounds, with a choice of Black and Tupelo finishes complemented by waxed walnut wood trim. It also steps it up with 12-way power-adjustable front seats with heating and ventilation, along with a massage function. Also featured in the range-topper is 4-zone climate control, multi-colour ambient lighting, a 19-speaker McIntosh audio system and a 360-degree camera.

The Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve has the option of a $5,500 Advanced Technology Group package which adds a head-up display, night vision system and a front passenger interactive display.

At launch, the 3.6-litre Pentastar V6 will be the only engine available, with it producing 210kW and 344Nm. However, the 5-seat Grand Cherokee, also set to arrive Down Under sometime this year, will debut a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.

The 7-seat Grand Cherokee L will be available in Aussie showrooms in mid-2022.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Australian pricing

  • Night Eagle – $82,250
  • Limited – $87,950
  • Summit Reserve – $115,450

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