2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels explained
Posted on July 31, 2020
Quite a few shoppers arrive at Caledon Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram ready to look at Jeep SUVs, including the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Those same people might quickly feel overwhelmed by the variety of choices in Jeep Grand Cherokee models.
To help everyone sort through the confusion and get the right vehicle to suit their needs, we want to provide this guide to the Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels. As your Jeep dealer in Bolton, ON, we're all about providing the best customer service possible. This guide is a good way to help you narrow down which versions of the SUV you might want to get, instead of just feeling confused.
Despite being the base trim level for the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Laredo comes with some nice features. You might be drawn to the standard 17-inch Tech Silver aluminum wheels or the 7-inch Uconnect display.
This SUV also has a ParkView rear back-up camera, Park-Sense Rear Park Assist System, and other advanced safety equipment. It also uses the Quadra-Trac I 4x4 system, for when you're facing difficult conditions.
If what you want is a little more style and dramatic flair with your SUV, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Upland Edition could be the right fit. It comes with everything on the Laredo, but pumps things up with some nice 20-inch Gloss Black aluminum wheels. The badges and grille are also Gloss Black, making a strong statement. For good measure, the headlamp and taillamp bezels are also black.
Similarly to the Upland Edition, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Altitude features Gloss Black exterior trim pieces. Where the changes take place is the interior, providing a more luxurious experience for you and your passengers.
The seats feature black leather and perforated suede, offering a comfortable and durable surface. The Uconnect system gets an upgrade with navigation and an 8.4-inch touchscreen.
The luxury factor increases even more with the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. Instead of the 20-inch wheels, it rides on 18-inch polished aluminum wheels which have Technical Grey pockets for a distinct look.
To help you endure the cold which comes with Canadian winters, standard front seat heaters allow you to warm up faster. As conditions get more challenging, the Quadra-Trac II 4x4 system with Selec-Terrain helps you to adapt quickly.
For those who really want to venture off the road, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is the best-suited for rugged terrain. It uses the Quadra-Drive II 4x4 system, plus a Quadra-Lift air suspension.
This SUV isn't just rugged. It adds an Alpine sound system with 9 speakers plus a subwoofer, providing excellent entertainment everywhere you go.
Using the Limited as a basis, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited X adds 20-inch Granite Crystal aluminum wheels and a muscular sport hood. Bi-Xenon HD headlamps help with visibility at night or during storms.
Also based on the Limited trim, the Overland gains 20-inch polished aluminum wheels with Technical Grey pockets and Bi-Xenon HID headlamps. A dual pane panoramic sunroof is great for letting in light and fresh air.
Building off the Overland, the High Altitude trim changes things up with Granite Crystal exterior details, including the 20-inch wheels. The interior gains black Nappa leather upholstery with perforated inserts in the seats.
To improve safety further, adaptive cruise control with stop and go comes standard.
If you want some muscle, the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT delivers a 6.4-litre SRT Hemi V-8. Brembo high-performance brakes, Selec-Track traction control, and a Quadra-Trac SRT active on-demand 4x4 system balance that out.
For the ultimate in performance, the Trackhawk model packs a serious punch with a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8. The competition suspension and Trackhawk Performance Pages help you make the most of all that power.
With a better understanding of the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels, now's a great time to experience the one you think is the best fit with your lifestyle. Contact Caledon Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram today.