2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee price and specs: Five-seat prices rise by up to $17,500

After months of delays, the new generation five-seat Jeep Grand Cherokee is due to arrive in showrooms this month. This is a significant price increase compared to the previous model.

  • 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Pricing & Specs
  • The 5-seater variant will arrive 6-9 months after the 7-seater L model
  • Only 3.6-liter V6 gasoline engine at launch, plug-in hybrid later
  • Pricing and on-road costs starting at $77,950

Goza 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee It will arrive in Australian showrooms this month and will sell for over $17,000 more than the replacement model.

Unveiled internationally in September 2021, Jeep’s new-generation five-seater Grand Cherokee will be priced from $77,950, plus on-road costs in “Night Eagle” guise. $17,500 price increase Compared to comparable 2021 models.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited and Overland grades are priced higher than their predecessors, the S Limited and S Overland, and are powered by the same 3.6-liter petrol V6 as the entire range instead of the V8 and diesel engines. Before.

The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited is priced at $83,950 plus on-road costs, which is $9,500 more than the S Limited V8. Meanwhile, the flagship Overland starts at his $98,450, an increase of $14,000.

Compared to the equivalent version of the seven-seat Grand Cherokee L, the five-seat variant is $4800 cheaper.

There are no mechanical changes to the vehicle, but the towing capacity is now 2800kg (up from 2300kg before). Instead, Jeep chose to measure towing capacity against his SAE standards, which are widely used across the industry, as well as previous EU standards.

While the previous generation Grand Cherokee offered a choice of four petrol engines, a 3.6-liter V6 and three different V8s, and a diesel V6, Jeep’s new five-seater SUV only has the carryover petrol V6. will be prepared.

As previously reported, the 3.6-liter petrol V6 produces 210kW and 344Nm, 3kW and 3Nm lower than the previous generation, and is combined with eight-speed automatic and all-wheel drive.

A plug-in hybrid variant with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine and two electric motors producing a maximum output of 280kW and 637Nm will also join the Jeep Grand Cherokee line-up, but is not scheduled to arrive in Australia. End of the year.

The 4xe plug-in hybrid will be available in Australia in top-of-the-line Summit Reserve trim.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is covered by a five-year, 100,000 km warranty in Australia, but service costs for the SUV’s exclusive pricing have not yet been announced.

The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee will be available this month.

A complete list of standard features and options can be found at the end of this article.

2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Australian Pricing

  • Grand Cherokee Knight Eagle 5 Seater – $77,950 (New)
  • Grand Cherokee L Night Eagle 7 Seater – $82,750
  • Grand Cherokee Limited 5 Seat – $83,950 (New)
  • Grand Cherokee L Limited 7 Seater – $88,750
  • Grand Cherokee Overland 5 Seater – $98,450 (New)
  • Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve 7 Seat – $115,950

Note: All prices above do not include on-road fees.

2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Night Eagle 5 Seater Standard Equipment:

  • 3.6 liter V6 petrol engine
  • 8-speed automatic transmission
  • Four-wheel drive system with single-speed active transfer case
  • 20″ gloss black alloy wheels
  • auto led headlight
  • Bucket seats accented with black suede and techno leather
  • 8-way power & heated front seats (with 4-way power lumbar)
  • heated steering wheel
  • 6 speaker audio system
  • 10.25 inch digital instrument cluster
  • 10.1 inch Uconnect 5 infotainment screen
  • Wireless and Wired Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
  • wireless charging pad
  • power tailgate
  • Blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-path detection
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop & go
  • Lane keep assist
  • Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection
  • driver fatigue alert
  • traffic sign recognition

2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited added (from Night Eagle):

  • terrain management system
  • 20 inch silver alloy wheels
  • black synthetic leather seats
  • driver’s seat memory
  • 2nd row seat heater (outboard only)
  • 9 speaker audio system
  • 2nd row window shade
  • ambient LED lighting
  • 360 degree camera
  • automatic high beam headlights
  • digital room mirror

2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland added (limited):

  • air suspension
  • Two-speed active transfer case with low gear
  • 20 inch polished aluminum wheels
  • head up display
  • black nappa leather seats
  • ventilated front seat
  • Dual-pane panoramic sunroof
  • Premium 9-speaker audio system
  • multicolor ambient lighting
  • approach exterior lighting
  • hands free power tailgate

The optional $4250 ‘Vision Group’ pack available in Grand Cherokee Limited adds:

  • Dual-pane panoramic sunroof
  • head up display

The optional $4500 ‘Luxury Tech Group’ pack available on the Grand Cherokee Overland adds:

  • Driver’s seat/passenger seat 12-way electric seat (with memory and massage function)
  • 4-zone automatic climate control
  • Ventilated second seat (outboard only)
  • digital room mirror
  • wireless charging pad
  • 2nd row window shade

The optional $2750 ‘Off-Road Group’ pack available on the Grand Cherokee Overland adds:

  • 230mm rear axle
  • Electronic limited slip differential
  • “Trail Rated” badge
  • 18″ polished and painted alloy wheels with 265/60 Goodyear all-terrain tires
  • Skid plate shield for fuel tank, transfer case and front suspension

Individual options are:

  • Premium Paint – $1750 (all variants)
  • Single Pane Sunroof – $3250 (Night Eagle Only)

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