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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve



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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Arrives in Two-Row Form with New Hybrid
Complementing the three-row Grand Cherokee L, this new version offers a 4xe plug-in-hybrid variant and an off-road Trailhawk model
The two-row Grand Cherokee has a five-inch shorter wheelbase than the three-row model, and it's nearly a foot shorter in overall length. But the styling is similar to the Grand Cherokee L's aside from some trim differences and unique wheel designs. The rear end looks a bit sleeker and features a floating pillar design.
The nonhybrid powertrains are the same for the two-row and three-row models. A 3.6-liter V-6 with 293 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque is standard, while a 5.7-liter V-8 with 357 hp and 390 pound-feet of torque is optional. Rear-wheel drive is standard with the V-6 and a choice of several different four-wheel-drive systems are optional, while the V-8 comes only with four-wheel drive. An eight-speed automatic is standard across the board.

The trim levels comprise Laredo, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, and Summit, with the V-8 optional on the latter three models. The 4xe hybrid setup is available on all but the base Laredo. There's a wide range of equipment levels contained within the broad lineup, with the Laredo making do with cloth seats, 17-inch wheels, and black plastic exterior trim and the Summit loading up with tons of chrome, 20-inch wheels, fancy leather upholstery, and a McIntosh audio system.
Many driver-assistance features are standard equipment, with the notable optional systems including a 360-degree camera system, drowsy driver detection, and a night-vision camera. A trailer-towing package is also optional; the V-6 can tow up to 6200 pounds, the V-8 up to 7200 pounds, and the 4xe up to 6000 pounds.
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