With our deep dive and auto show coverage of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee revealed at the Detroit Auto Show, we brought you as much information as Chrysler would allow us to, but one thing we're still left in the dark about was the pricing. It would seem that Jeep Garage might have the answer for that. The Jeep enthusiast forum claims to have gotten its hands on the ordering and pricing breakdown for the updated Grand Cherokee, and while a Jeep representative has yet to get back to us as to the validity of the site's claim, these preliminary numbers look pretty kosher to us.

In base form, the two-wheel-drive Laredo will reportedly start at $28,795, which is a $1,100 increase over the 2013 model year, and the new Grand Cherokee Summit trim level starts at $47,995 for 4x2 models and $50,995 for the 4x4. Waiting for the new diesel engine? The torquey new 3.0-liter oil-burner will be a $4,500 option on Limited, Overland and Summit 4x4 models, but 4x2 pricing (and availability) are not known. As for the range-topping Grand Cherokee SRT (no longer called the SRT8), this added performance could run you an extra $2,700 with a new starting price of $62,995. More importantly, loaded to the gills with all available options, the 2014 Grand Cherokee SRT will top out at around $72,400 – or around $6,000 more than a fully loaded 2013 GC SRT8.

We'll let you know if the gang over at Jeep get back to us with any confirmation, but until then, head over to Jeep Garage to see the pricing details it has listed.


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      m2anishmathew
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hey Jeep next time you decide to price your vehicle try to see it from a working families viewpoint, i'm not talking about the upper-middle class. I've waited 3 years and saved at least 10000$ for the diesel, do you know how much its sucks to realize that all that waiting and saving isn't going to mean anything cause when you ending doing the math you wont be able to make your monthly goals meet(cell phone bill,cable bill, insurance,car bill to name a few). Hopefully this pricing is off and your just puling my legs if not i have to say i'm a bit disappointed.
        LostBoyz
        • 1 Year Ago
        @m2anishmathew
        That $10k doesn't even cover the cost of the engine. Try to get more for less elsewhere, let me know what you find.
        Rob J
        • 1 Year Ago
        @m2anishmathew
        So it's Jeeps fault that you can't afford their vehicle? The Jetta TDI is probably right up your alley. Except I'm sure that as a "working man" you NEED an SUV.
      icerabbit
      • 1 Year Ago
      Seems they removed some of the standard equipment, raised prices and are surcharging $4500 for the diesel. Not what I wanted to see price wise for the vehicle at the top of my short list.
      ferps
      • 1 Year Ago
      Is this the largest pricing range of any model on sale? It would appear so.
        BombSquad
        • 1 Year Ago
        @ferps
        I think that honor would go to a Porsche. I believe it was Road Testament on the Drive channel that went over the models with the largest possible option cost. You could option Caymans and Boxters well over $100k, if I remember correctly!
      xXTERMIN8RXXx
      • 1 Year Ago
      When did GC's get so expensive? I haven't been following price points for Jeeps in a good while (prob ~6-8yrs)
      GN
      • 1 Year Ago
      No matter how I love the SRT version, I thijk that price is just ridiculous.
        Street King
        • 1 Year Ago
        @GN
        Gianfranco clearly hasn\'t priced out an X5M, ML63 AMG or Porsche Cayenne Turbo.
          GN
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Street King
          I know. But I think that's too much for the SRT. But If I ever get a GC it would be this one,
      Ash Ayman Shairzay
      • 1 Year Ago
      I guess this means one of two things: 1) the most popular options are now standard across the line, or 2) those newly designed headlamps are made of diamonds.
      Friedduck
      • 1 Year Ago
      At the Atlanta carmax they sell me new for mid- to high twenties which seems reasonable. Forty-five for a GC seems stupid expensive to me. Still, I want the diesel when it arrives later this year. They look sweet!
      jcar302
      • 1 Year Ago
      They must be trying to kill off the srt8 cherokee. I loved the last one and with price tags in the high 40's, it was a pretty good deal. The first gen look mean and masculine, now it looks like it was designed for women, couple that with an absorbent price tag and it just makes more sense to buy a used turbo cayenne or x5M.
      brucec039
      • 1 Year Ago
      Funny how they can get people to pay nearly triple for the same basic design. Yes, better handling, power, and luxury costs more. But triple?
      Lunch
      • 1 Year Ago
      It's about $27,000 overpriced for the base and $72K over priced for the top model.
        Rich
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Lunch
        I gets you, you makes MATS jokes YES?!
      Michael S
      • 1 Year Ago
      It's still cheaper than all its competitors. In a market economy, you charge what you can charge, not out of charity: Grand Cherokee Limited 3.6: $37,595 Grand Cherokee Limited EcoDiesel: $42,095 Touareg V6 Sport: $43,945 Touareg TDI Sport: $47,445 Q7 TFSI Premium: $46,800 Q7 TDI Premium: $52,000 ML350: $47,270 ML350 BlueTEC: $51,270 Cayenne: $48,850 Cayenne Diesel: $55,750 X5 xDrive35i: $52,800 (w/ leather, convenience pkg, heated seats, power hatch, PDC) X5 xDrive35d: $56,700 (standard equipment includes above) (None of the prices include destination.)
        Rob J
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Michael S
        Looks about the same as a Ford Exploder And seriously, none of what you posted competes with it, most of them are 5 seat luxury crossovers.
          kyle
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Rob J
          The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a 5 seat luxury "SUV", when I think crossover I think more to the likes of Explorer and Toyota Highlander ect ect the, types that are based off FWD car and van platforms. Literally every vehicle mentioned by Michael S more closely competes witht he Jeep GC then the explorer.
        alistair.dillingham
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Michael S
        None of these are in the same class, they arr all more upscale. A fair comparison would be with FORD or GM or at least Toyota rivals.
          alistair.dillingham
          • 1 Year Ago
          @alistair.dillingham
          Only the VW is a non-luxury brand above, but remember the Tuareg is a less sporty, more luxe variation of the Cayenne!
          Basil Exposition
          • 1 Year Ago
          @alistair.dillingham
          "None of these are in the same class, they arr all more upscale." You obviously have not been in a current GC, nevermind a 2014. Every bit as upscale as all mentioned (with the possible exception of Cayenne).
          jtav2002
          • 1 Year Ago
          @alistair.dillingham
          If you want to compare Ford look at the Explorer Sport that options into the mid 50's. Yet people are crying the SRT GC starts in the low 60s?
      TooManyIDs
      • 1 Year Ago
      A $4,500 premium for the diesel basically offsets any expected savings from its mileage ratings. Why bother?
        m_2012
        • 1 Year Ago
        @TooManyIDs
        Plus its more like a $10K premium because you can't just get the same vehicle with a diesel, you have to step up first.
        alistair.dillingham
        • 1 Year Ago
        @TooManyIDs
        You are wrong. it is not just the fuel cost savings, it is also the far superior RESALE of the diesel. Check it out in X5s and MLs and TDIs
          alistair.dillingham
          • 1 Year Ago
          @alistair.dillingham
          You should NOT quote FICTICIOUS depreciation figures from Edmunds, BUT find actual vehicles FOR SALE at Cars.com, and then you will see the HUGE Resale prices of the diesels. This is true not only in SUVs but ALSO in sedans like the Jetta-passat TDI. That is why one year VW claimed that its Jettas held their resale better than ANY other car in its class, even CIvics or COrollas, AND that was 100% due to the HUGE resale prices of the DIESELS ONLY, NOT the gas VWs. Wise up.
          alistair.dillingham
          • 1 Year Ago
          @alistair.dillingham
          The Diesel IS far superior to the gas engines. It obliterates any 6 cyl gas AND even has more torque than the v8 gas engine. SO, if you are SERIOUS about owning a Jeep and using it as intended, ie to TOW stuff, the Diesel is 100% superior even on Performance grounds alone, forget the higher resale and the HUGE fuel savings.
          m_2012
          • 1 Year Ago
          @alistair.dillingham
          Only if the diesel proves far superior to the gas engine. The 3.0 is not exactly a stellar piece.
          thoughofthis
          • 1 Year Ago
          @alistair.dillingham
          No not really... Depreciation of Gas vs. Diesel from Edmunds (@ 5 yrs). 1. Touareg G: $26179 / 58.2% D: $26,184 / 44.3% 2. ML G: $31108 / 52.6% D: $32231 / 55.7% 3.X5 G: $24260 / 41% D: $29445 / 51% You loose money in every case. The difference in the initial price more than makes up for any difference in depreciation. For example: ML G =$55751 Resale after 5 yrs is $24643 ML D =$57866 Resale after 5 yrs is $25635 Difference in Initial Price =$2115 Difference in Resale=$992 Result= $ (-) 1123 Any savings would have to be from fuel efficiency. Note that maintenance and repairs over 5 years are about 600 more for the diesel. If you like diesel, great. However, it will most likely not save you money over the gas engine - best case it's a wash.
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