Figure out which of the Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels is right for you to get the most out of your driving experience. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is the perfect midsize SUV for Paris, Texas, drivers who want a vehicle that is comfortable inside and excels equally on daily commutes and off-road adventures. There are five trim levels available for the Grand Cherokee, so you simply have to figure out what features you need.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
The base Grand Cherokee is the Laredo. It has fog lights, automatic headlights, and 17-inch wheels on the outside, with keyless entry and ignition for convenience. You also get a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel wrapped in leather, dual-zone automatic climate control, six speakers, a 5-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth for audio and phone, an auxiliary audio jack, and a USB port. You can customize the Grand Cherokee Laredo with the 23E, Security and Convenience, or Off-Road Adventure I groups, or one of several standalone options, such as Uconnect 8.4 and a sunroof.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
The Limited trim builds on the Laredo trim, adding the Security and Convenience Group as well as the 23E package. It also gives you an auto-dimming rearview mirror, 18-inch wheels, 8-way power adjustment and 4-way power lumbar for the front passenger, leather upholstery, heated rear seats, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, and an extra USB for charging. This trim can have the Off-Road II, 75th Anniversary Luxury, Advanced Technology, or Luxury Group II packages. This and every higher trim also has an optional rear-seat entertainment system.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland
The Overland trim of the Grand Cherokee upgrades the gauge cluster and adds wood trim to the steering wheel as well as extended leather upholstery. You also get navigation, a towing package, power-folding mirrors, dual chrome exhaust tips, body-color exterior trim, and 20-inch wheels. This trim also gives you all the contents of the Luxury Group II, the High Altitude Package, and HD radio. You can add the Advanced Technology Group if you want.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit
The Grand Cherokee Summit is the best-equipped trim without increasing performance. It has 20-inch wheels along with illuminated door sills, front parking sensors, active noise canceling, noise-reducing acoustic glass, 19 speakers of Harman Kardon sound, real wood trim, and the Advanced Technology Group. You can also add the Platinum Series Group.
Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT
The SRT trim is the performance-oriented version of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. It is similar to the Summit minus several features that become optional. It also adds a unique V8 engine, 20-inch forged wheels featuring performance tires, selectable performance modes, performance-tuned steering, an adaptive suspension, a limited-slip rear differential, and Brembo brakes. You can tell the SRT trim apart with its carbon-fiber accents in the cabin, the sport seats with suede and leather, and the special gauge cluster.
Now that you are familiar with each of the Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels, you can think about the features you need and determine which one is right for you. If you need more information or help deciding, talk to the team at James Hodge Dodge in Paris, Texas.