2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Pricing Leaked
The range starts with the two-wheel drive Laredo, which will reportedly come with a starting price of $28,795 - a $1,100 increase over the price of the 2013 Grand Cherokee it replaces. As for the Grand Cherokee Summit equipment level, this starts at $47,995 if you’re OK with two-wheel drive and $50,995 for the all-wheel drive version.
The hot SRT version, which replaces the SRT8, will cost at least $62,995 - a $2,700 premium over the 2013 model. The model climbs to $72,400, which represents a $6,000 increase. Before anybody starts throwing rotten tomatoes at Jeep, we have to remind you that the performance has been boosted too.
Maybe you want the new oil burner: the 3.0-liter diesel is a $4,500 option for the Limited, Overland and Summit 4x4 models. At the moment, we don’t know if this is also available on the two-wheel drive models.
Via: Jeep Garage
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Jeep should have the 6.2 Hemi engine become avail for the Grand.
It would help it be faster and more competitive performance wise
with the BMW and Porsche.