Since its debut in 1993, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has become an iconic midsize SUV, with the 2021 version getting even better.
Jeep officially unveiled the Grand Cherokee L 2021 last month as a stretched wheelbase version of the Grand Cherokee. The standard version of the car is decorated with the Laredo package including LED lights, 18-inch aluminum wheels and body-color matching accessories.
After a decade, the interior has been completely redesigned. Everything is sleek and modern now, from the 10.1-inch Uconnect infotainment system to the 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, the wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and 4G Wi-Fi hotspot. LTE. An 8.4 inch touch screen is standard. There is also a multi-function steering wheel, leather seats, many decorative details in wood and metal. Other highlights include 6-speaker sound system, smart car door lock / unlock system, automatic 2-zone air-conditioning system.
In terms of safety, the Grand Cherokee L is equipped with a range of driver assistance systems including adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function, blind spot monitoring, full-speed collision warning with master brake. dynamic and pedestrian / cyclist detection.
Not much change in the powertrain, the Grand Cherokee L still has two power options: the 3.6-liter V6 that produces 290 hp / 348Nm and the 5.7L V8 Hemi engine with 357 hp / 529 Nm. Both engines are equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission and a two-wheel drive as standard (optional all-wheel drive). The Grand Cherokee L’s 3.6-liter V6 version produces 2,812 kg of traction regardless of the drive system, while the more powerful V8 can pull up to 3,265 kg with all-wheel drive.
In addition to the standard version, the Jeep Grand Cherokee L also has two “middle” versions, which are Limited and Overland, priced at $ 45,490 and $ 56,490 respectively with appropriate equipment.