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As Jeep's flagship luxury SUV, the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee continues on the history built by this classic SUV. Dating back to its first release in 1993, Jeep continues to redefine what a luxury SUV can do. Often copied by the competition but never duplicated, when you want a performance driving luxury SUV that has everything you want under the hood as well as in the cabin, there's nothing like the latest release of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Currently, the starting MSRP for the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee starts at $32,045.
There are several trim options to choose from, going all the way up to the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 4x4. If you want pure power in your mid-size SUV, this is the trim you want. It features an intercooled supercharged premium 6.2L V8 engine. It has the highest starting MSRP of $87,095. The top-trim that isn't the Trackhawk is the SRT, which has an MSRP of $68,590.
With plenty of trims and variations to choose from, if you're looking for a mid-size SUV that delivers on all levels, now is the time to come out to Orange Coast and check out the latest and greatest from Jeep.
One of the reasons you buy a Jeep Grand Cherokee is because it gives you some of the most powerful engines across all of their models, more so than with other manufacturers, let alone a mid-size SUV. Many of the trims have more impressive engine numbers than SUVs with a larger body and frame.
The base Jeep Grand Cherokee is the Laredo. This model comes with a 3.6L V6 that produces 293 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. It does use an 8-speed automatic transmission that features manual mode.
If you want that head-turning HEMI V8, which lets everyone know you mean business as soon as it growls to life, you'll want to go with the SRT trim (although you can opt to include the HEMI in other trims, it just comes standard in the SRT).
On the SRT, the Jeep Grand Cherokee comes with a 6.4L HEMI V8 that produces 475 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. If you want to take this to the limit, you'll want the Trackhawk, which ups the engine performance with its 6.2L intercooled supercharged HEMI V8. This engine is going to give you 707 horsepower and 645 lb-ft of torque. You're not going to find that on any other mid-size SUV on the market, and most full-size SUVs will not be able to touch these kinds of specs either.
All of the trims feature the same cargo volume as the interior compartment does not shift in size. The base cargo volume with all seats up is 36.3 cubic feet. If you fold down the rear seats, this cargo volume goes up to 68.3 cubic feet. Now, on the trims that include the 3.6L V6, the maximum towing capacity is 3,500 lbs. That is unless you go with the Trailhawk. This trim is made for off-roading and comes with an improved suspension and other features that help boost the max towing to 6,200 lbs. This way, you can have similar towing potential to light-duty pickups without needing to go for the Trackhawk (which takes towing even further with its powerful engine specs).
When opting for a mid-size SUV, it's always nice to know you have some extra muscle to help with towing. There are plenty of other SUVs out there that might have a nice interior, but don't have the engine or suspension to tow anything. That is just one of the areas the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee stands out. The Grand Cherokee has the potential to get 707 horsepower and 645 lb-ft of torque when it is properly equipped, with those kinds of numbers, it only makes sense that it has some amazing potential.
If you were to go for the Trackhawk, the cargo space is going to be the same, but the maximum towing capacity on this beast is 7,200 lbs. This is more than most light-duty pickups such as the Ford Ranger. So if you're looking for a luxury SUV that can do so much more, there's really nothing that can compete with the Trackhawk. And even if you're not looking at the Trackhawk, you can receive the same 7,200 lbs of towing potential by going with the SRT. This, again, is going to be better than not only most other SUVs in its class but also most light-duty trucks as well.
Jeep takes safety very seriously, which is why there is no shortage of standard safety features, even on the base Laredo. With the Laredo, the mid-size SUV comes with a driver, passenger, driver side, passenger side, and overhead airbags. The Grand Cherokee features brake assist, rear child safety locks, blind spot sensor, a parking sensor, stability control with anti-roll and 4-wheel ABS and traction control, and side-impact beams.
On the SRT model, the Jeep Grand Cherokee features all of the same safety features, including forward collision mitigation, automated parking sensors, an immobilizer, plus a panic alarm and security alarm.
With each trim, there are several entertainment upgrades and options to consider. The base trim package features an AM/FM stereo, smart device integration via Bluetooth and AUX connection, so you can plug your favorite external device that features a 3.5mm headphone jack. It offers voice-activated audio controls and a standard 6-speaker configuration.
For higher trims, you also receive an 8.4-inch touchscreen featuring Uconnect 4C that also has navigation built-in. The touchscreen features both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support.
With the Trackhawk, the Jeep Grand Cherokee comes with an AM/FM stereo, AUX input, HD radio, and satellite radio (with a free 3-month subscription). Additionally, you will get smart device integration via Bluetooth, a Wi-Fi hotspot if you opt for the subscription, an MP3 player, an optional CD player, and a navigation system. It also features a premium 10-speaker sound system made by Harman Kardon. If you want to upgrade the sound system even further on the higher trims, you can spring for the 19-speaker audio system that includes a 10-inch subwoofer for some extra bass and depth to your music.
The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee isn't just about its engine performance. It also delivers top-level luxury features. The Grand Cherokee is proof you don't need to choose between luxury and performance. You can have both. On the mid-size SUV, you can opt for an available dual-pane power sunroof - this gives you more sky visibility as both the front and the rear passengers can take in the night sky, sunrises, and the beauty that is the world above. It's also great for letting in fresh air without relying on the windows.
There are a total of five leather options (depending on the trim you go with). This includes three kinds of Natura Plus leather that are featured with ventilated fronts and two Laguna leather options that have ventilated fronts. This way, you can choose from gray and black leather options to tan and rich chocolate brown leathers. If there is a particular look you want to obtain with your Grand Cherokee, it certainly is an option. You can also accent the interior of your mid-size SUV with everything from anodized metal to exotic open-pore wood trims. This gives your Grand Cherokee both the look and feel of a luxury SUV.
Beyond all of this, each of the trims come with unique styling points. From performance tires to subtle touches of chrome with satin finishes around the vehicle, this is one SUV that looks beautiful from every angle. It is the definition of an SUV that not only delivers luxury on the interior and looks great on the exterior, but it can also deliver SUV performance. Far too many other SUVs are unable to tow or give you uninspiring engine specs. That is not the case with the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee.