2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This two-row mid-size SUV, distinct from the three-row Grand Cherokee L, is primarily crafted for paved highways. However, Jeep has infused it with sufficient off-road capability to honor its adventure-centric identity. Most Grand Cherokee vehicles are powered by a V6, but an available plug-in-hybrid system, the 4xe, is an option, standard on the Trailhawk, the Grand Cherokee’s most capable variant. Elevating the Grand Cherokee’s allure, Jeep provides a diverse range of trims starting from the minimalist Laredo and ascending to the opulent Summit Reserve, a contender against luxury rivals from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
2.0L Turbo 4xe
Avail. Engine Type
Much like the previous-generation Grand Cherokee, the 2024 model is powered by either a 3.6-liter V6 (to the tune of 293 horsepower) or a 5.7-liter HEMI V8. Jeep does also offer the Grand Cherokee 4xe, powered by the brand’s exclusive plug-in hybrid powertrain, composed of an electric traction motor and a 2.0-liter inline-four engine. When it comes to prowess, the Grand Cherokee 4xe is unmatched thanks to its 375 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. While V6-powered Grand Cherokee comes standard with rear-wheel drive, all V8-powered or 4xe-powered Grand Cherokee vehicles come with all-wheel drive. Jeep notoriously offers buyers various all-wheel drive systems, including some with an electronically locking limited-slip differential.
What’s New for 2024?
Following a full redesign in 2022, it’s hard to find what Jeep could add to its Grand Cherokee lineup to make it even better. The Grand Cherokee SUV remains unaltered for 2024, except for the addition of new 18-inch polished aluminum wheels exclusive to the mid-range Limited trim. Mid-tier trims, such as the Limited and Overland, come standard with a 10.1-inch infotainment display. The Limited trim now comes with a standalone nine-speaker Alpine stereo system as an option, while the highly-lauded 19-speaker McIntosh stereo is available on the Overland and Summit trims.
On the outside, the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee has been reimagined and updated for the model year. Buyers can now have a tapered roof that enhances the model’s aerodynamics without reducing the vehicle’s overall room. Additionally, Jeep also redesigned the front fascia to include modern LED lighting, as well as on the interior to further amplify the SUV’s luxurious feel. Buyers can choose from the following exterior shades: Hydro Blue, Midnight Sky, Velvet Red Pearl Coat, Diamond Black Crystal Pearl Coat, and many more.
With the interior no longer considered dated, the 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee offers buyers a modernized cabin with more than just the essentials. The entry-level Laredo trim provides buyers with basic amenities, but the Summit and Overland trims are considerably much more upscale and add luxurious touches of quilted upholstery, high-tech digital displays, and open-pore wood trimmings. While the Grand Cherokee is a standard two-row SUV, Jeep does offer the Grand Cherokee L for buyers seeking a third row.
When it comes to infotainment, the 2024 Grand Cherokee reigns supreme thanks to its standard 8.4-inch (or optional 10.1-inch) touchscreen display. Buyers can count on Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto connectivity, as well as SiriusXM Satellite Radio access (thanks to a complimentary one-year membership), optional in-dash Navigation services when properly equipped, as well as weather updates. High-tier trims, such as the Summit and Summit Reserve, come standard with a digital gauge cluster, a 10.1-inch head-up display, and an additional 10.3-inch touchscreen that’s reserved for the front-seat passenger and features Amazon Fire TV capabilities as well. A six-speaker stereo system is standard on the Laredo and Limited trims, but buyers have the option to upgrade to the nine-speaker Alpine Audio setup that’s standard on higher-tier trims, or go all out for the impressive 19-speaker McIntosh sound system that’s designed to please audiophiles.
Safety Features and Warranty
Jeep is aware advanced safety features are an attractive selling point for customers and the automaker has made great strides in expanding its standard safety features, as well as deepening some of the existing safety packages. The 2024 model year brings a more comprehensive suite of standard safety features, including Pedestrian Detection, Standard Automated Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning with Lane-Keep Assist, and standard Adaptive Cruise Control. All Jeep vehicles are covered by a 3-year or 36,000-mile basic warranty, a 5-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty, roadside assistance for five years or 100,000 miles, and rust-through coverage for five years or 100,000, whichever comes first. Complimentary maintenance is covered by Jeep for the first three years.