2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee: The Essential Details, Including the Trailhawk

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If you’re thinking that all the luxury talk from the previous slide will push the 2017 Grand Cherokee out of your price range, think again. The base Grand Cherokee Laredo with rear-wheel drive starts at $30,395 before options.

While that may sound like a steep price, it’s actually quite average for a midsize SUV. If you’re looking to do some off-roading and want four-wheel drive instead of rear-wheel drive, you’re going to shell out an extra $2,300 for the Laredo 4x4.

The Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4 starts at $39,995 and comes standard with heated front and second-row seats, although a power sunroof is still only an option.

The Grand Cherokee Trailhawk starts at $43,095 and is considered to be the model's top off-roading trim. It comes with four-wheel drive, a rear electronic limited-slip differential, an adjustable air suspension, and an armored underbody with skid plates.

The Summit trim, the most luxurious Grand Cherokee you can buy, starts at $53,495 when you choose four-wheel drive. The Grand Cherokee Summit comes with lane departure warning with lane keep assist and parallel and perpendicular park assist. If you’re looking to upgrade your throne, an available Laguna leather package is available that gives the doors, console, glove box, and seats opulent leather.

Finally, the Grand Cherokee SRT starts at $66,895 and comes standard with four-wheel drive. The SRT is the high-performance trim for the Grand Cherokee and can move from zero to 60 mph in a blistering 4.6 seconds.

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