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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee pricing announced

Pricing for the new Grand Cherokee starts at $39,185.

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The Jeep Grand Cherokee is all-new for the 2022 model year. The legendary SUV gets fresh styling, a load of updated tech, and a new 4xe plug-in hybrid model. Today, Jeep announced pricing for the SUV, which is scheduled to arrive on dealers' lots in late 2021.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee The Grand Cherokee is all-new for 2022.Jeep

The base Grand Cherokee Laredo starts at $39,185, which includes a $1,795 destination charge. From there, starting prices include:

  • Grand Cherokee Altitude: $43,740
  • Grand Cherokee Limited: $45,505
  • Grand Cherokee Trailhawk (4x4 only): $53,070
  • Grand Cherokee Overland: $55,100
  • Grand Cherokee Summit: $59,160
  • Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve (4x4 only): $65,160
Adding four-wheel drive to a trim that doesn't already have it costs $2,000.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Top trims come decked out with tech and high-end materials.Jeep

Two powertrain options are available for the 2022 model year. The base engine is a 3.6-liter V6 that produces 293 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. The optional 5.7-liter V8 makes 357 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque. Both come paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The 2022 Grand Cherokee is rated to tow up to 7,200 pounds when equipped with the V8 and up to 6,200 pounds with the V6.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Several driver aids come standard for 2022.Jeep

The new SUV gets revised tech and larger displays for all trims. The base Laredo model gets an 8.4-inch touchscreen, and top trims are available with a large 10.1-inch display. There's also a 10.25-inch passenger-side interactive touchscreen display. Jeep made several safety features standard, including active driving assist, drowsy driver detection, intersection collision assist, traffic sign recognition, a 360-degree camera, and a parallel/perpendicular parking assist system. The 2022 Grand Cherokee comes with three years of complimentary maintenance, 24/7 roadside assistance, and phone support or online chat support.

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If you're shopping for a new or used vehicle today, you've probably seen your share of high prices, difficult negotiations, and hard times finding the right color and options for the vehicle you want. All of that, and we haven't even touched the world of collectors cars, auctions, or the ever-raging RAD-era vehicle prices.

This 9,000-mile 1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara touches all three marks, so it's not surprising to see its Bring a Trailer auction price climbing. The $30,000-plus closing price is hard to swallow, but to be fair, the Jeep looks new in all the ways that count, and its tan-on-green color scheme is an attractive one for such a boxy vehicle.

If you didn't believe that people buy cars with their hearts instead of their brains, this is your proof. NADA says that the 1993 Jeep Wrangler's MSRP was just shy of $14,000. Even if we take a generous estimate that someone paid $15,000 for a 1993 Wrangler with options, that's still just $28,475 in today's money. It's also almost $4,000 less after inflation than the auction's closing price of $32,250. Bidding heated up in the closing moments, driving the price up by around $2,000.

It'd be unfair to poo-poo people for spending their money on what they want, but it's clear that the average enthusiast is priced out of the market for many vehicles. There are gems and junkyard-restoration opportunities, but the days of picking up a cheap car to beat on and enjoy are numbered. The pandemic and microchip shortages are partly to blame and are both temporary problems – hopefully – so there's a chance we could return to a normal state at some point. For now, let's just hope that the people buying these low-mileage vehicles get them out and drive then.

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Jeep is offering custom graphics for its vehicles.

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Jeeps of all types are among the most customized vehicles on the planet, and it's just as common to see a completely tricked out Wrangler as it is to see one in factory fresh condition. To capitalize on the popularity of aftermarket parts, the automaker offers several upgrades and accessories through Mopar. To provide even more customization opportunities, Jeep announced the Jeep Graphic Studio, a program to create new graphics and appearance upgrades for its vehicles.

Jeep Graphic Studio A variety of products are available, including interior and exterior graphics.Jeep

Independent aftermarket suppliers have offered graphics packages and custom decals for years, but Jeep's program brings a 5- or 7-year guarantee against UV damage and peeling. The automaker says that every graphic ships with installation tools and video instructions to ensure proper and simple application. Each graphic is custom measured to fit Jeep vehicles. Textured graphics will also be offered, which Jeep says can show features such as topographic lines.

Jeep Graphic Studio Later this year, customers will be able to order custom names for the hood of their Wrangler or Gladiator.Jeep

Products from the Jeep Graphic Studio will start at $40 and climb to $165. The automaker says that the shop will sell 3D-printed shifter inserts, hood graphics, and fender inserts. Later this year, Wrangler and Gladiator owners will be able to order hood graphics that include custom names. If you're interested in getting a custom graphic for your Jeep, head here to check out the catalog.

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