The Jeep Grand Cherokee has received starting prices for the 2022 model year, including 7 unique trims beginning at $37,390 and topping off at $66,660.

The Grand Cherokee’s lowest trim package, the Laredo, is available as a rear wheel drive for $37,390 or as a full 4x4 for an additional $2,000. For consumers with a “no replacement for displacement” mentality, the cheapest V8 option, the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk, starts at $54,570.

Other noticeable trims for the 2022 model year include the Overland model, starting at $53,305, which offers the Pentastar V6 in either a rear wheel or 4x4 configuration, as well as an optional V8 delivered in 4x4 only. Options include a Quadra-Lift air suspension system, unique Overland appearance pieces, Nappa leather seats, and a hands-free, foot-activated power liftgate.

The next level up, the Grand Cherokee Summit, takes aim at a more luxurious driving experience, packed with quilted seat bolsters, 16-way adjustable powered front seats with memory and lumbar, and, for the first time on a Grand Cherokee, a front-row seat massager. Summit models will also include a new 4-zone automatic temperature control.

Across the lineup, prospective buyers can expect to find Jeep’s entry into the full-size SUV segment to retain much of the same offroad capabilities and premium features introduced in previous years. Standard features included across the board are a full-speed collision warning system with active braking and pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, active lane management, lane departure and blind-spot warnings, and a switch-activated electric parking brake.

The 2022 Grand Cherokee is joined, for the first time, by an entry with third row seating-- the 2021 Grand Cherokee L, offering many of the same trim levels as it’s traditional counterpart. The Grand Cherokee L starts at $38,635 and continues through a similar price bracket. According to the Grand Cherokee webpage, the new plug-in hybrid model, the 4xe, is poised to launch Winter 2021.