What Does the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Offer?

March 16th, 2020 by

The Jeep Grand Cherokee, when properly equipped, provides more than average off-road capabilities. However, it can also be configured to be a high-performance city machine or a plush luxury utility vehicle. Updates to the 2020 Grand Cherokee are primarily focused on standard and optional feature availability.

What’s New for the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Jeep has expanded the availability of advanced optional safety features for the least expensive 2020 Grand Cherokee model, including the following packages:

  • ProTech II: Previously called the Jeep Active Safety Group. Includes lane departure warning, forward collision with emergency braking, automatic high beams and lane-keep assist. Available for the base, Laredo, Upland, and Altitude trims.
  • Advanced ProTech II: Adds parallel and perpendicular park assist, rain-sensing wipers and adaptive cruise control. Available with higher-spec trims.
  • Premium Lighting Group: Includes LED fog lamps, bi-xenon headlamps, signature DRLs and automatic high beams. Available for the Limited, Trailhawk and Laredo models, with power sunroof standard for the Trailhawk and Laredo and Low Gloss Granite Crystal wheels standard for the High Altitude.

In addition, the luxury Grand Cherokee Summit and Overland offer the optional 2-tone brown interior, and the Trackhawk features Black and Ski Gray Signature leather and 20-inch titanium aluminum wheels.

2020 Grand Cherokee Powertrains

All 2020 models (except high-performance variants) come standard with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 with 295hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. Optional for the Limited and 4WD higher trims is a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that makes 360 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque. All Jeep Grand Cherokees have an 8-speed automatic transmission. That’s more power than the 2020 Jeep Cherokee.

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Cost

Starting costs for 2020 Grand Cherokee models are as follows:

  • Entry-level Laredo: Starts at $32,240, not including a $1,495 destination charge.
  • Upland: $36,190
  • North Edition: $38,790
  • Limited: $40,050
  • Limited X: $45,145
  • Trailhawk: $45,150
  • Overland: $46,490
  • High Altitude: $49,235
  • Summit: $52,590
  • SRT: $68,590
  • Trackhawk: $87,095
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