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The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee price ranges from $39,000 to $66,155 this year, but there is no shortage of ways to customize this sport utility vehicle. There should be something sufficient for most potential owners in these Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV trim levels. A fully-loaded Grand Cherokee SUV will run you $70,000, give or take, but has every option in the books.

What are the Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV trim levels?

The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee comes in six trim levels for this year. U.S. News says those are Laredo, Altitude, Limited, Overland, Summit, and Summit Reserve. Pricing ranges from $39,000 to $66,155.

Summit Reserve$66,155
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV prices and trim levels | U.S. News

The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV in the Laredo trim starts at $39,000 and comes with a 293 hp V6 engine. It also gets rear-wheel drive, but four-wheel drive is available as an upgrade. Buyers can add a power sunroof for $1,195 or the Luxury Tech Group I package for $1,400.

A fully-loaded 2023 Grand Cherokee SUV in the top Summit Reserve trim starts at $66,155. It gets four-wheel drive standard and the same V6, but a V8 can be added for $3,995. Palermo leather upholstery is standard, along with the ventilated rear seat and a McIntosh premium audio system. Most of the options below can be added to the fully-loaded Summit Reserve if it doesn’t already include it.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV Altitude and Limited trims

The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV Summit Reserve trim
A 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve | Jeep

Following the base Laredo trim, the Altitude starts at $44,105 and adds leather upholstery. It includes everything in the Luxury Tech Group I package: heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and a power liftgate. Wireless device charging and rain-sensing windshield wipers are also standard on the Altitude.

A 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited will run you $45,820. Jeep adds a  10.1-inch touchscreen, navigation, and upgraded seats. Options for the Limited include an infotainment screen for the passenger ($1,095) and a better audio system ($1,145). Additionally, a rear entertainment system ($1,995) and a panoramic sunroof ($1,835) can also be added.

If that isn’t enough, this trim can add the Luxury Tech Group II package for $2,295, which adds a long list of options. These include leather seats, an off-road camera, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a hands-free power liftgate. Some other safety systems include intersection assist, park assist, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and a surround-view camera for easier parking.

Don’t overlook the Overland trim and all the available packages

An Overland trim starts at $55,910, and though it doesn’t come with four-wheel drive and a V8, it can be added for $3,995. The Grand Cherokee Overland also gets Nappa leather upholstery, a dual-pane panoramic sunroof, and a hands-free power liftgate.

There are three additional upgrades, a front passenger-side infotainment touchscreen ($1,095) and a rear-row entertainment system ($1,995). A 19-speaker audio system can also be added for $1,875.

On top of that, Jeep offers two significant packages: the Advanced ProTech Group III package ($2,235) and the Luxury Tech Group IV package ($2,155). The Advanced ProTech package adds a leather wheel, a Head-Up display, and cameras for off-roading and night. Jeep’s Luxury Tech Group IV adds quad-zone automatic climate control, power-adjustable front seats, and wireless charging.

2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit trim


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Those interested in the Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV in the Summit trim will owe $59,675. You can upgrade to the V8 with four-wheel drive for $3,995. This adds quad-zone climate control, massaging front seats, and driver-attention monitoring. Other safety features include lane-centering assist, traffic-sign recognition, intersection assist, and a surround-view parking camera system.

Finally, the Advanced ProTech Group IV package will run you $2,235 but adds an auto-dimming rearview mirror, Head-Up display, and night-vision assist. Wireless charging is only $275, and anything on the Overland trim could be added to the Summit.

After all of those options, a fully-loaded Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV with the V8 still comes in at just over $70,000. Not bad for every option in the books.