For ages, Jeep Grand Cherokee owners have complained about the SUV not offering a third row of seating, making it less practical than many of its competitors. Jeep decided to answer and fix this issue by introducing a new generation of the model along with a new variant called the Jeep Grand Cherokee L. The wheelbase of this SUV is 121.7 inches, which enables a third row and the same assortment of options that customers enjoy on the regular variant of the car. Although the V6 engine for a vehicle this size is a little unimpressive and the outside visibility is limited, the SUV is nonetheless one of the more off-road capable in its class. Since the car is still relatively new, don't anticipate any significant alterations for the 2023 model year.
The Grand Cherokee L will start at a price of $41,395 and go all the way up to $68,550 for the top-spec model that comes standard with 4WD while it’s a $2,000 option on the other trims. The SUV positions itself against rivals like the Kia Telluride, the GMC Acadia, and the Volkswagen Atlas. By midsize SUV standards, the rear seats are quite spacious, so it should be easy to convince passengers who are up to nearly 6 feet tall to sit in the very back. The Grand Cherokee L can be configured to carry 7 or 6 occupants depending on whether the captain seats have been opted for the second row.