If you’ve been anxiously waiting for Jeep to release its pricing for the highly anticipated electrified 2022 Grand Cherokee 4xe line-up, your wait is finally over. The first-ever electrified Grand Cherokee enters the full-size SUV segment with an exciting list of features and specs, and at a starting Canadian manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $74,995.
The line-up includes the Grand Cherokee 4xe, the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 4xe, the Grand Cherokee Overland 4xe, the Grand Cherokee Summit 4xe, and the Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve 4xe package.
The 4xe line-up offers Canadian EV drivers an electrified take on a beloved classic, including all-new architecture, all-new plug-in hybrid powertrain delivering up to an estimated range of 40 kilometres, an estimated combined fuel economy rating as low as 4.1 Le/100 km, two legendary Jeep 4×4 systems, high-tech safety features and “segment-leading advanced technologies” and, of course, the world-class interior Jeep is known for. The Grand Cherokee 4xe PHEV technology also boasts a 47.4:1 crawl ratio, 6,000 lbs. max towing capability, and 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque
The new Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe has a starting Canadian MSRP of $74,995, the Trailhawk 4xe starts at $75,595, the Overland 4xe starts at $81,495, the Summit 4xe starts at $86,995, and the Summit Reserve 4xe package starts at $88,995. These prices exclude a $2,095 destination charge.
“The all-new PHEV Grand Cherokee 4xe, along with the first ever three-row Grand Cherokee L and all-new two-row Grand Cherokee, represent the best Grand Cherokee lineup ever,” said Jim Morrison, vice president and head of Jeep brand North America in a press release. “Now with electrified 4xe technology, the Grand Cherokee further strengthens the Jeep brand’s vision of ‘Zero Emission Freedom.’”
The automaker has revealed that the electrified line-up will be built at the new Detroit Assembly Complex, and Canadian dealerships can expect the Grand Cherokee 4xe to start arriving in spring of 2022.