The Grand Cherokee L is one of the more popular SUVs on the market and for good reason. There’s a lot to like about this SUV, from its performance to its luxurious comfort level to its interior tech features. However, to make sure you get the features that you want in your Grand Cherokee L, it’s important that you select the right trim level. Below, we’ll outline the different trim levels available for this SUV to help you make the best possible decision.
Grand Cherokee L Available Trim Levels and Cost
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There are four trim levels available for the Grand Cherokee L. There are slight differences between each trim, impacting the MSRP. However, a few things come standard with all Grand Cherokee L vehicles. This includes a 3.6-liter V-6 engine, with the option of upgrading to a 5.7-liter V-8 engine. You also have the chance of getting either a two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive with each trim level.
The four available trims and their starting prices are:
- Grand Cherokee L Laredo: $38,890.
- Grand Cherokee L Limited: $44,405.
- Grand Cherokee L Overland: $54,805.
- Grand Cherokee L Summit: $58,060.
Grand Cherokee L Laredo
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The base trim level of the Grand Cherokee L is the Laredo. Despite being the most basic trim level, the Laredo still comes with plenty of features that new car owners are sure to love. For starters, you’ll find comfortable cloth seats and an adjustable steering wheel wrapped in leather in the interior. There are 12 USB ports throughout the vehicle, an audio system with six speakers, and an 8.4-inch touch-screen infotainment system for entertainment purposes. This infotainment center can easily connect to Apple and Android devices, adding extra functionality.
Consider adding the Lux Tech Group package if you want to upgrade your Laredo trim level without moving up to the next trim level. With this package, your new Grand Cherokee L Laredo gets a power liftgate, heated front seats, a remote starter, and a wireless charging pad, among other upgrades. It’s a great way to add some extra comfort features to the basic trim level of the Grand Cherokee L.
Grand Cherokee L Limited
The next trim level is the Grand Cherokee L Limited. With this trim, the Grand Cherokee L receives a few comfort upgrades on the inside. Some of the included features are leather upholstery, leather seats, and a heated eight-way power driver’s seat with memory. You’ll also get a digital rearview mirror, making it easier to parallel park and avoid accidents when going in reverse, along with fog lights and 18-inch wheels.
With the Limited trim level, you also can add in some extra features. For example, you can upgrade from the standard 8.4-inch screen to a 10.1-inch display. There’s also a nine-speaker Alpine audio system available and the ability to add extra USB ports to the third row of seats.
Grand Cherokee L Overland
Next is the Grand Cherokee L Overland. The changes for this trim level start with the exterior, where you’ll notice a black grille insert and a black roof rack. This trim level’s front fascia is unique and comes with front tow hooks. The Overland is likely the trim you’ll want to consider if you plan on doing a lot of off-roading, as some of the features include skid plates, 18-inch wheels, all-season tires, and an adaptive air suspension. Finally, you may also notice that a panoramic sunroof comes standard from the outside.
As for the interior, many of the features are similar to the Limited model. There are heated and ventilated seats, which are wrapped in Nappa leather. You also have the option of upgrading the infotainment center again to a 10.1-inch model.
Grand Cherokee L Summit
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The final trim option for the Grand Cherokee L is the Summit, which is the most luxurious of the Grand Cherokee options. For starters, this trim level comes standard with front, and second-row cooled leather seats, along with memory and massage front seats. If you want you and your passengers to remain comfortable on even the longest of drives, this is definitely the trim level to consider.
In addition, with this trim level, the 10.1-inch touch screen comes standard, as does a 19-speaker audio system. Finally, if you choose to get a four-wheel drive with this trim, you’ll also get an electronic rear limited-slip differential, hill descent control, and an adaptive air suspension standard.
Which Grand Cherokee L Trim Level Is Right for You?
As you’re browsing through the differences in the Grand Cherokee L trim levels, you’ll likely wonder which option is best for you. The answer to this question mostly depends on the features you’re looking for and how much you can afford.
For example, if you really want an SUV that can handle going off the road well, then you’ll probably want to consider the Overland trim level or the Summit. On the other hand, if features like an enhanced audio system or a more extensive infotainment system don’t appeal to you, then you can save yourself some money by considering the Grand Cherokee base trim level.
Get Your Next Grand Cherokee L from Huffines CJDR in Plano
If you’re in the Plano, TX area and need help deciding between the different Grand Cherokee L trim levels, please come to Huffines CJDR in Plano. We can answer any questions you may have about the different trim levels and take you out for a test drive so that you can experience each for yourself. This is often the best way to determine which trim level you prefer.
You can browse through our current new inventory and see what we have available to get started. You can also contact us today to schedule a visit to our dealership to discuss everything in person. Our goal is to help you find the perfect SUV for your needs, whether it’s one of the Grand Cherokee L trim levels or something else entirely.