|Jeep Grand Cherokee V (WL)||
2021 - SUV|
Power: from 293 to 375 Hp | Dimensions: 4915 x 1969 x 1799 mm
|Jeep Grand Cherokee L V (WL)||
2021 - SUV|
Power: from 290 to 364 Hp | Dimensions: 5204 x 1979 x 1815 mm
|Jeep Grand Cherokee IV (WK2 facelift 2017)||
2017 - 2021 SUV|
Power: from 190 to 707 Hp | Dimensions: 4846 x 1954 x 1792 mm
|Jeep Grand Cherokee IV (WK2 facelift 2013)||
2013 - 2017 SUV|
Power: from 190 to 481 Hp | Dimensions: 4859 x 1958 x 1802 mm
|Jeep Grand Cherokee IV (WK2)||
2010 - 2013 SUV|
Power: from 190 to 477 Hp | Dimensions: 4859 x 1958 x 1781 mm
|Jeep Grand Cherokee III (WK)||
2005 - 2010 Off-road vehicle|
Power: from 201 to 426 Hp | Dimensions: 4785 x 1870 x 1770 mm
|Jeep Grand Cherokee II (WJ)||
1998 - 2004 Off-road vehicle|
Power: from 140 to 269 Hp | Dimensions: 4611 x 1858 x 1805 mm
|Jeep Grand Cherokee I (ZJ)||
1991 - 1999 Off-road vehicle|
Power: from 116 to 249 Hp | Dimensions: 4548 x 1800 x 1720 mm
Up until its most recent fifth generation, Jeep Grand Cherokee classified as a mid-size SUV only. With the introduction of 7-seat options in 2021, however, it entered the full-size SUV segment, as well.
Both V6 and V8 engines are available in the Jeep Grand Cherokee range, providing a variety of power choices to customers.
Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT variants are equipped with 6.4-liter V8 engines (468 Hp/ 476 Hp/ 481 Hp) and are among the most powerful in the range. They go from 0 to 100 km/h in 5 seconds (0-60 mph: 4.8 seconds) and reach a top speed of 257 km/h (159.69 mph).
Fuel economy of Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles estimates between 13 l/100 km (18.09 mpg) and 15.7 l/100 km (14.98 mpg), depending on the modification.
Apart from the most common all-wheel drive platform used in Jeep Grand Cherokee, the model range offers some rear-wheel-drive options, as well. No front-wheel-drive Grand Cherokee vehicles are available.
A digital rearview mirror is available on Limited, Overland and Summit trims of the 2021 model year Jeep Grand Cherokee, where it ensures the driver gets a clear rear view of the vehicle’s surroundings.
According to owners, Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles perform quite well in both on- and off-road conditions, and many drivers often put those off-road capabilities in use. The most suitable variants for this purpose seem to be first and second generation ones, thanks to their solid axles.
It highly depends on the model year and modification, but generally Jeep Grand Cherokees do not hold their value as well as other brands in the class, as Chrysler is not exactly known for making high-quality reliable vehicles.
Many owners praise the Jeep Grand Cherokee for its performance in different conditions, powerful engine options, practicality, and good fuel economy for the class. It still, however, has its issues, and with Jeep dealerships generally having bad reputation, owning the model can be frustrating. The most common complaints report electrical problems, that affect the transmission and the infotainment system.