Last year, Jeep electrified the Wrangler, its most iconic model, with an innovative plug-in hybrid powertrain (PHEV). Not long after, the brand announced a similar version of the Grand Cherokee. The upscale electrified off-roader offers plenty of standard tech and features, solid safety equipment, and 25 miles of all-electric range. Today, Jeep announced pricing for the SUV, which will start arriving in dealers this spring.
The 4xe powertrain delivers up to 25 miles of all electric range. Jeep/Stellantis
Pricing for the 4xe lineup starts at:
- Grand Cherokee 4xe: $59,495
- Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 4xe: $64,280
- Grand Cherokee Overland 4xe: $67,555
- Grand Cherokee Summit 4xe: $71,615
- Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve 4xe: $76,095
The Grand Cherokee joins the Wrangler 4xe in Jeep’s electrified lineup.Jeep/Stellantis
Fortunately, the 4xe’s premium starting price buys a premium SUV, even at the base level. Standard features include Capri leather upholstery, a 10.1-inch touchscreen and 10.25-inch passenger display. A dual-pane panoramic moonroof and heated power seats are also standard. A full suite of advanced safety systems come standard as well. All 4xe trims come with full-speed forward collision warnings, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alerts, adaptive cruise control, lane departure alerts, LED headlights, and more.