The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L is making a noticeable move upmarket, and the winning details are obvious in elements such as the wood-and-leather ambiance inside. Jim Morrison is incredibly passionate about his job as head of the Jeep brand in North America and remarked during a presentation in Detroit last week that he truly believes the interior stands up to the likes of Audi, Land Rover, or Mercedes. This is an ideal blend of capability and luxury that is destined to yield an exciting and segment-commanding advantage in the marketplace.
This is an important car for the Jeep brand we love so much here at Landmark Dodge of Atlanta, in that it sees a winning mix of off-road capability and premium luxury, as well as an electrified 4xe version on the way. As we celebrate the 375-horsepower 4xe plug-in hybrid version of the Wrangler's achievement as the number one selling plug-in hybrid in America during May, it definitely seems feasible to accomplish the goal of retaining the claim to the greenest SUV brand in existence.
A more horizontal layout provides an expanded sense of space, and multi-colored ambient lighting helps set the tone for many driving moods. The leather present in upscale models boasts French stitching, and is one of the traits that places the Grand Cherokee L far beyond its competitors that convey a bare-bones environment and not as comfortable seating. You can opt for up to 3 10-inch displays, including a digital dashboard, a center stack, and a heads-up display projected directly onto the windshield.
Some of the apps and infotainment options can be arranged on the stack similar to what is found on a computer desktop, and the heads-up display allows for views of in-drive stats such as current gear selection, turn by turn navigation, and speed. Up until now many of the top-notch audio offerings for cars have been by Bose, who are masters of their craft, allowing for vehicles to be completely immersed in your favorite sounds. Mcintosh has made a name for themselves by using warm-sounding vintage tubes, and the Summit Reserve model will now be bumpin' with its upper-end additive as standard equipment.
The third row in the Grand Cherokee provides ample headroom for even 6-ft tall adults and provides the duality of both USB and USB-C ports. The second-row seats fold forward, and this rear zone offers up a maximum of 84. cubic feet of carrying capacity. The Quadra-Lift air suspension makes the Grand Cherokee more comfortable during a highway cruise, and also adds 9.9-inch and 10.9-inch settings for off-road driving. We'd opt for the 5.7-liter V8, which boasts 357 horsepower and 390 lb-ft and aids with a 7,200-lb towing ability.