The Jeep Grand Cherokee helped popularize the modern SUV in the early 1990s, and more than 25 years after its debut, the flagship model of Jeep’s lineup is only in its fourth generation. The current iteration of the Grand Cherokee underwent mostly cosmetic updates for the 2014 model year but, other than that, the main changes to the venerable on- and off-roader have kept it technologically modern and offered shoppers one of the most varied lineups of any vehicle currently on sale.
Grand Cherokees come in a variety of flavors, including (but not limited to): lower-cost, lower-level trims like the Laredo; more luxurious high-end trims like the Summit; the more dedicated off-road-prowess-possessing Trailhawk; and two high-performance variants in the SRT and Trackhawk. If you’re in the market for a mid-size SUV, there’s almost certainly a Grand Cherokee for your needs.
Of course, meeting these needs can come at a price, and the Grand Cherokee ranges from the low-$30,000 range to nearly $90,000. When we compared a 2019 Grand Cherokee Limited X in our recent 2019 Mid-Size SUV Challenge, the mid-level Limited X was the most expensive vehicle in our field of competitors despite the other vehicles all being high-end trims. That, combined with its relative age compared with the competition, and the Grand Cherokee may not offer the value a buyer is looking for.
To help you balance those considerations as you shop for a new SUV, we’ve culled all of our related coverage, from news to reviews and beyond. For everything you need to know about the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee, check out the links below:
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