2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Configurations

February 18th, 2020 by

A 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee driving on a country road

Lexington drivers interested in the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee for its durable and trail-inspired design. With 12 trim levels to choose from, the Jeep Grand Cherokee configurations are sure to offer you the particular technology and comfort features that fit your budget and lifestyle around Georgetown. Read below to discover which is your favorite with the experts from Dan Cummins Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, and see how the Grand Cherokee compares to the rest of the sporty and rugged Jeep lineup.

The Base Jeep Grand Cherokee Trim Levels: Laredo and Laredo E

Kicking off the Grand Cherokee range is the standard Laredo with an MSRP of $32,240:

  • A 3.6L V-6 engine
  • 22 combined MPG
  • 8-speed automatic transmission
  • Standard Protech package featuring blind spot monitoring and other great safety features.
  • Dual-zone AC climate control

These great features and engine specifications to upgrade your Nicholasville drives are also available in the next step of the Grand Cherokee trim levels, the Laredo E. Starting at $33,895 MSRP, the Laredo E comes equipped with Keyless Entry, Rear Parking Sensors, an infotainment 7-inch display with Uconnect® 4, and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.

The Upland and Altitude Jeep Grand Cherokee Configurations – starting at $36,190 MSRP

Significant interior upgrades come with the Upland configuration, adding more comfort and functionality to all of your commutes and adventures:

  • Black interior with blue accent stitching
  • 20-inch x 8-inch Gloss Black-Painted Aluminum Wheels
  • Powered liftgate
  • Heating on front seats and steering wheel

For just a little more, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Altitude, starting at $38,335 MSRP, adds several luxury and innovative tech, including: voice-activated controls, black leather-trimmed seats and perforated suede inserts, an upgraded 8.4-inch display, 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay® and Google Android Auto™, and striking gloss-black exterior accents.

The Higher Jeep Grand Cherokee Trims – Limited and Beyond

Starting with the Grand Cherokee Limited, you’ll have a 5-passenger seating capacity, roadside assistance of 60 months/60,000 miles, along with a max towing capacity of 3,500 pounds, among other amenities and features like a sunroof. The Grand Cherokee Limited starts off at $40,050 MSRP. See below for some of the other advanced features you can gain when you upgrade to the later trim levels:

  • More safety with the anti-roll features of Electronic stability control
  • Advanced Quadra-Drive® II 4×4 System with Rear Electronic Limited-Slip Differential
  • Red tow hooks in the front
  • Alpine® Nine-Speaker Premium Audio System, or a 19-speaker upgrade
  • A Trailer-Tow Group IV package for heavy-duty hauling
  • A 475-hp 6.4L V8 Engine with a max towing capacity of 7,200 lb
  • Or, the Trackhawk’s Supercharged 6.2L V8 Engine featuring a torque reserve system

Some of these options are available on lower trim levels as well – talk to your local service technicians to discover which selection fits you.

Discover the Grand Cherokee Trim Levels at Dan Cummins Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

The best way to determine which trim level fits you is to experience the Jeep Grand Cherokee in person. Stop by Paris today to take a test drive and learn more about the possible features and technology to make the most of your travels. Or, simply contact us and find out if there’s a leasing special that works best for you!

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