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Jeep fans love when big news arrives from the brand, which is why the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L is stirring up a lot of excitement. The brand new and completely uniquely-designed Grand Cherokee L is longer than the traditional Grand Cherokee; long enough, in fact, to add a long-awaited and coveted third row of seating. This is great news for families looking to add a Jeep to their driveway or for anyone looking to add a few extra adventurers on their next epic road trip.
Even the most diehard Grand Cherokee lovers have lamented the lack of a third-row seating option, grudgingly accepting the five-passenger layout for the vehicle's entire lifespan. The addition of an entirely new Jeep model is a pleasant surprise and should win over buyers that need the extra people-moving capability. With the Jeep Grand Cherokee L, Jeep's SUV lineup is complete, with a size range that runs from the subcompact Renegade all the way up to the new three-row option.
But the new SUV is not just a longer Grand Cherokee. It is built on a fully-redesigned platform that will be used for the next-generation 2022 Grand Cherokee and will sport entirely refreshed exterior lines. This means plenty of updates to performance and luxury, making the Grand Cherokee L the top-of-the-line Jeep model in more ways than just size.
Jeep is equipping even the base model Grand Cherokee L with an impressive array of comfort and safety features, along with plenty of the technology and connectivity that buyers demand. Features like an available 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen and a companion 10-inch Head-Up Display combine to provide at-the-ready vehicle diagnostics, one-touch entertainment, and seamless smartphone integration.
There's nothing but good news surrounding Jeep's 2021 Grand Cherokee L. Jeep has made this line of SUVs its most elegant and well-equipped option while still remaining true to the company's off-roading, adventure-seeking roots. Don't be fooled by the Nappa Leather seating - this is still a Jeep that's as comfortable caked in mud as it is pulling up to the valet.
What we love about the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L is its technology-focused cabin. This vehicle was designed with seamless connectivity and entertainment in mind, and the available 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen is the hub of the Grand Cherokee L's connected technology. The system runs on Jeep's lightning-fast Uconnect 5 operating system and comes with a free 6-month trial subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio.
The infotainment system is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for seamless smartphone integration. Opt for the available Wi-Fi hotspot, and everyone stays connected while on the road. The touchscreen, centrally-mounted on the Grand Cherokee L's expansive and ergonomic dash, can even display a high-definition image of the rear seat when equipped with the available rear-seat monitoring camera. This is a great way to keep an eye on the kids without having to turn around in your seat.
If you're lucky enough to buy a Grand Cherokee L with the available McIntosh MX950 entertainment system, your ears are in for a treat. The system, specially designed for the vehicle's cabin acoustics, includes 19 custom-designed speakers, a 10-inch subwoofer, and a 17-channel amplifier that work together to deliver 950 watts of power. That's concert-grade sound that invites you to stream your favorite playlist or to tune in to the latest podcast episode.
Jeep designed the Grand Cherokee L to accommodate a third row of seats, but this isn't your average shoe-horned-in bench with no legroom. The third row offers 30.3-inches of legroom, which is plenty of space to fit even larger passengers. The larger size of the Grand Cherokee L also means that there is more space for cargo as well as passengers. While the current Grand Cherokee tops out at 68.3 cubic feet of cargo space, the new three-row SUV can fit up to 85 cubic feet of cargo if you fold down both rear rows of seats.
On the uppermost end of the trim lineup, Jeep offers the Grand Cherokee L Summit, a tech and luxury-filled ultra-version of Jeep's newest three-row SUV. The 16-way power-adjustable heated and ventilated front seats come with a cushy massage feature and driver memory, while Nappa leather surfaces and a Quad-Zone automatic climate control system keep everyone comfortable. Jeep even offers ambient cabin LED lighting for a more refined interior feel. As Jeep’s new flagship model, the Grand Cherokee L lives up to its position in the Jeep lineup with a truly premium experience.
The high-end Summit trim starts at $56,995, but luckily you don't have to strive for the most expensive Grand Cherokee L to get a great range of features. The base Laredo trim is priced at $36,995, while the upscale Limited comes with standard leather-trimmed seats, heated front and second-row seats, and a heated steering wheel. All this, along with several standard driver-assist safety systems like adaptive cruise control, is yours for $43,995.
If you want a dual-pane panoramic sunroof that brings the outside in, look no further than the Grand Cherokee L Overland. Starting at $52,995, the Overland trim gets you that sunroof, along with all the features found on the Limited. Overall, the Jeep Grand Cherokee L's trim lineup gives buyers a range of options at price points that make sense for the features they offer, and the good news is that all Grand Cherokee L trims come standard with a third row of seats.
We're all distracted by the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L's biggest headline: the third row of seats. That, along with the expansive technology available across the trim range, might cause you to forget that this is still, in fact, a Jeep. What does that mean? Capability and off-roading prowess. Your Jeep Grand Cherokee L is perfect for carpooling, but it's nice to know you can also climb a mountain with it anytime you like.
The Grand Cherokee L offers a max towing capacity of 7,200 pounds with the available V8 engine, which means it is perfect for hauling boats and small RVs on your next family road trip. Jeep also designed the Grand Cherokee L to traverse all kinds of terrain with ease. With the available Selec-Terrain Traction Management System, you can dial in the mode that works best for the current road (or trail) conditions, like rock, sand, mud, or snow. There are five total modes, and they all work independently to provide optimal traction in a variety of conditions.
Jeep also offers an available Quadra-Lift air suspension system that automatically lowers the vehicle at highway speeds, making the vehicle more aerodynamic and fuel-efficient. The system constantly senses road conditions and adjusts itself to provide the smoothest possible ride. When you are ready to go off-road, the system will lift the vehicle for higher ground clearance. Thanks to this feature, the Grand Cherokee L is even capable of cruising effortlessly through up to 24 inches of water.
The Grand Cherokee L is available with V6 and V8 engine options, as well as the choice between rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Several different four-wheel drive systems are available, including the base Quadra-Trac I, the off-road-ready Quadra-Trac II with its two-speed transfer case, and the performance-optimized Quadra-Drive II with its electronic limited-slip differential. These advanced four-wheel drive systems mean that drivers have peace-of-mind knowing their Grand Cherokee L is always ready to handle whatever Mother Nature throws at it.