2023 Grand Cherokee L
The first Grand Cherokee was released 30 years ago, in 1992, and it has only improved. The 2023 Grand Cherokee L is already available at your nearest authorized dealer; you’ll learn everything about it in this article. Come with us and compare features, prices and trims.
Performance and Drivability
All trims come with a 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine, with ESS (Engine Stop/Start) technology and VVT (Variable Valve Timing). Likewise, all models have an eight-speed automatic transmission. Those buying middle and higher trims can also choose a 5.7L HEMI V8 engine. There are also AWD options available.
The basic configuration delivers 293 hp and a torque capacity of 260 lb-ft. Models with the 5.7L HEMI V8 engine have a torque capacity of 390 lb-ft and 357 hp. As for fuel consumption, there’s also a difference between both engines. While the first runs 8km/L in the city and 11km/L on highways, the second makes 5.95km/L and 9.35km/L, respectively.
Interior and Exterior
The 2023 Grand Cherokee L is very spacious, with three rows of seats that can fit up to seven passengers. The second row comes with a slide feature to facilitate access to the third row. There are also USB ports available for the second row.
Seats are covered with high-end cloth upholstery, but there’s also an option for Nappa leather or black leather; the steering wheel is leather-wrapped. Overland and higher trims come with a panoramic sunroof.
Wheel size ranges between 17-inch and 21-inch, depending on the trim; 21-inch wheels are for the flagship model, Summit Reserve. CHSML lamps and LED taillamps are available across all trims; fog lamps are available for Limited or above. Overland and upper trims have proximity-approach lamps, door-handle approach lamps and front lighting animation.
Tech & Safety
All Jeeps have many tech features, including a long list of driving assists and other perks. Indeed, the tech part is customizable here, as there are different packages or ‘groups’ to choose from. Six groups are available for the Summit Reserve and four for the Laredo. Tech groups, like Luxury Tech Group and the Advanced Protech Group, bring features like wireless charging pads, night vision, a power liftgate and a remote start system.
All models are compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, but the Uconnect 5 NAV infotainment system is available only for the Summit and Summit Reserve. Basic models come with an 8.4-inch touchscreen display, which can be upgraded to a 10.1-inch touchscreen display.
As for safety features, all models include airbags, four-wheel disk brakes, blindspot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, electronic stability control, parking sensors, a backup camera and more.
Trims and Prices