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2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a stalwart member of the Jeep family, considerably more capable and refined than the crossover SUV models that form the rest of the lineup outside of the Wrangler and the Gladiator. The Grand Cherokee covers a wide bandwidth, from the attractively lease-priced V6 Laredo, to the off-road-specialist Trailhawk, and from the luxurious Overland and Summit, to the brutally quick Trackhawk. No matter the iteration, the Grand Cherokee is a strictly two-row midsize SUV that comfortably accommodates four (or five) adults and a fair bit of luggage. Interior trim can range from fairly modest to quite luxe, and while the 7-inch touchscreen is less visually impressive than what many rivals offer, the interface is easy to use. The Jeep’s similarly sized crossover competitors generally offer superior on-road ride and handling, but any 4WD Grand Cherokee will be able to travel further off the beaten path. The Jeep also can tow up to 7,200 pounds.

There are only minor changes for 2020, this despite the fact that the Grand Cherokee is now in its 10th model year since its last major redesign.

The 2020 Grand Cherokee is offered in numerous trim levels. The Laredo, Laredo E, Upland, Limited, and Limited X form the mainstream branch of the family tree, priced from the mid $30,000s to the mid $40,000s, with four-wheel drive optional. The 4WD Trailhawk is the off-road specialist, while the Overland ($46,000) and Summit ($52,000) compete against luxury brands. Still more expensive are the sporty SRT and Trackhawk variants, although compared similarly high-performance competitors they’re something of a bargain -- even the $87,000 Trackhawk.

The base 3.6-liter V6 (295 horsepower, 260 pound-feet) pairs with a polished eight-speed automatic and is adequate for most needs. Its EPA estimates of 18/26/21 mpg city/highway/combined (17/25/21 mpg with 4WD) are only okay, and fuel economy drops precipitously from there. The step-up V8, a 5.7-liter Hemi with 360 hp and 390 lb-ft, comes standard with four-wheel drive and is a temptation Jeep’s competitors don’t offer. But don’t expect more than 17 mpg combined. Moving into the performance realm, the SRT has a 6.4-liter Hemi (475 horsepower, 470 lb-ft), while the insane, Hellcat-powered Trackhawk baits SUVs from Mercedes-AMG and BMW M with its 707 horsepower, 3.5-second 0-60 time and 180-mph top speed.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.

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The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a stalwart member of the Jeep family, considerably more capable and refined than the crossover SUV models that form the rest of the lineup outside of the Wrangler and the Gladiator. The Grand Cherokee covers a wide bandwidth, from the attractively lease-priced V6 Laredo, to the off-road-specialist Trailhawk, and from the luxurious Overland and Summit, to the brutally quick Trackhawk. No matter the iteration, the Grand Cherokee is a strictly two-row midsize SUV that comfortably accommodates four (or five) adults and a fair bit of luggage. Interior trim can range from fairly modest to quite luxe, and while the 7-inch touchscreen is less visually impressive than what many rivals offer, the interface is easy to use. The Jeep’s similarly sized crossover competitors generally offer superior on-road ride and handling, but any 4WD Grand Cherokee will be able to travel further off the beaten path. The Jeep also can tow up to 7,200 pounds.

There are only minor changes for 2020, this despite the fact that the Grand Cherokee is now in its 10th model year since its last major redesign.

The 2020 Grand Cherokee is offered in numerous trim levels. The Laredo, Laredo E, Upland, Limited, and Limited X form the mainstream branch of the family tree, priced from the mid $30,000s to the mid $40,000s, with four-wheel drive optional. The 4WD Trailhawk is the off-road specialist, while the Overland ($46,000) and Summit ($52,000) compete against luxury brands. Still more expensive are the sporty SRT and Trackhawk variants, although compared similarly high-performance competitors they’re something of a bargain -- even the $87,000 Trackhawk.

The base 3.6-liter V6 (295 horsepower, 260 pound-feet) pairs with a polished eight-speed automatic and is adequate for most needs. Its EPA estimates of 18/26/21 mpg city/highway/combined (17/25/21 mpg with 4WD) are only okay, and fuel economy drops precipitously from there. The step-up V8, a 5.7-liter Hemi with 360 hp and 390 lb-ft, comes standard with four-wheel drive and is a temptation Jeep’s competitors don’t offer. But don’t expect more than 17 mpg combined. Moving into the performance realm, the SRT has a 6.4-liter Hemi (475 horsepower, 470 lb-ft), while the insane, Hellcat-powered Trackhawk baits SUVs from Mercedes-AMG and BMW M with its 707 horsepower, 3.5-second 0-60 time and 180-mph top speed.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.

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$68,895 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 6.4L V-8
MPG 13 City / 19 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
Power 475 @ 6000 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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