March 2

2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trim Levels | Compare the Altitude, Summit, & More


The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a beloved SUV for a reason. It delivers upscale touches with the rugged durability that made Jeep famous. Read on for a breakdown of the six trim levels in the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee lineup.


The base trim of the Jeep Grand Cherokee is the Laredo, which is the most budget-friendly option for drivers who want power and durability but don’t need extra luxuries or high-tech features. Laredo models are available in two-row or three-row configurations and seat five or six on cloth seats. Front seats have dual-zone air conditioning, but there’s no heating or air in the cabin’s rear. A leatherette steering wheel, two power outlets, illuminated vanity mirrors, and wireless phone connectivity with an 8.4-inch touch screen are all standard.

The Laredo trim’s engine is a 3.6-liter V-6 engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. It supplies the vehicle with 293 horsepower. The Laredo comes with rear-wheel drive. It gets 19 mpg in the city, 26 mpg on the highway, and 22 mpg combined, and the fuel tank has a capacity of 23 gallons of gas. The starting price for 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo is $41,035.

The Laredo comes with 18-inch wheels, and it’s available in five exterior paint colors:

  • Baltic Gray Metallic.
  • Bright White.
  • Silver Zynith.
  • Velvet Red Pearl.
  • Diamond Black Crystal.


If you’re looking for a few additional comforts and features, the Altitude is the second trim in the 2023 Grand Cherokee lineup. It’s also available in two-row or three-row configurations, seating five or six in capri leatherette and suede combination seats. Highlights of the Altitude include heated front seats and rain-sensitive windshield wipers. The wheels also size up from 18 inches to 20 inches.

The Altitude trim comes with the same 3.6-liter V-6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission as the Laredo, also powered with 293 horsepower. Like the Laredo, the Altitude earns 19 mpg in the city, 26 mpg on the highway, and 22 mpg combined. Altitude models of the 2023 Jeep Grand Cheroke start at $46,140 MSRP. The Altitude is available in the same five exterior paint colors as the Laredo.


The Limited trim is in the middle of the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s offerings, and it offers a balanced blend of indulgence and practicality. It seats five or six respectively on black and beige capri leather seats. Heated front- and second-row seats are standard, and ventilated seats are available as an upgrade. Driver’s seat memory and ambient interior lighting are standard, and the Limited swaps out the 8.4-inch touch screen on the lower trims for a 10.1-inch version. It also adds travel and traffic services and comes with six months of SiriusXM satellite radio for free.

Exterior features that come with an upgrade to the Limited trim include heated exterior mirrors with turn signal indicators on them, LED front fog lamps, and all-season tires. Like other trims, a 3.6-liter V-6 engine powers the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with an eight-speed transmission. It also operates at 293 horsepower. Pricing for the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited starts at $48,350 MSRP.

The Limited trim expands the exterior paint color options to seven, which are:

  • Baltic Gray Metallic.
  • Bright White.
  • Silver Zynith.
  • Velvet Red Pearl.
  • Diamond Black Crystal.
  • Rocky Mountain Pearl.
  • Midnight Sky.


Jeep equips the Overland trim with a collection of fresh features that make it even more capable and rugged than its sibling trims. While it’s not the top trim level, the Overland edition of the Jeep Grand Cherokee has many of the trappings of a bona fide luxury SUV. Flashy features include heated exterior mirrors with memory settings, multi-color ambient cabin lighting, and subtle upper grille texture. Like the other trims, it can seat five or six depending on the number of rows you choose, and the seats are Nappa leather.

You can add additional luxuries to your Overland that set it apart from the competitors. For example, you can opt for back massaging capabilities for the driver’s and front passenger’s seats, and you can outfit the rear with screens and built-in Amazon Fire TV to entertain little ones during long trips.

While it comes standard with the same V-6 engine as the Laredo, Altitude, and Limited trims, you can upgrade your Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland to a V-8 engine that cranks up the strength to 357 horsepower, which also adds all-wheel drive. The Overland models. start $59,990 MSRP, and they’re available in all the same paint colors as the Limited trim, plus Hydro Blue Pearl, a mid-tone blue.


Jeep considers the Summit its full luxury trim level of the Grand Cherokee. It seats five or six, with Nappa leather seats. In addition to the features standard on the Overland trim, the Summit models add stylish exterior touches like a black painted roof, an upper fascia in the front and rear, chrome accents and silver glossy roof rails. On the inside, a wood-trimmed steering wheel is standard, along with the massaging front seats that are optional on the Overland trim.

Like the Overland, the standard engine is the V-6, but the turbocharged 357-horsepower V-8 is available. It starts at $61,710 MSRP. The Summit has its own host of exterior paint options, which primarily include dual-tone palettes because of the standard black roof. The paint options are:

  • Diamond Black Crystal.
  • Baltic Gray Metallic and Black.
  • Velvet Red Pearl and Black.
  • Bright White and Black.
  • Silver Zynith and Black.
  • Midnight Sky and Black.
  • Rocky Mountain Pearl and Black.
  • Hydro Blue Pearl and Black.

Summit Reserve

The Summit Reserve trim is very similar to the Summit, but it has a few extra touches that make it the top-of-the-line trim. It sizes up from 20-inch wheels to 21-inch wheels, and Palermo leather seats, a special high-quality material, replace the Nappa leather seats found in the Summit trim. The Summit Reserve also adds ventilated rear seats and cranks the entertainment options up a notch with an interactive display on the front passenger side and a 19-speaker system instead of the nine-speaker version that comes in lower trims.

The Summit Reserve is available in the same paint colors as the Summit. It also has the same base V-6 engine and V-8 availability. Pricing starts at $68,685 MSRP.

If you’re eager to get behind the wheel of your own 2023 Grand Cherokee, our team at Huffines Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Plano can help you decide which trim level is right for your lifestyle and budget. Visit our Plano dealership today to explore our inventory of new and used SUVs from Jeep and more.


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