2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Priced: 4X2 Starts At $30,995, 4X4 Starts At $32,995

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer
2011 jeep grand cherokee priced 4x2 starts at 30 995 4x4 starts at 32 995

Chrysler has announced pricing for the new Jeep Grand Cherokee, arguably the most important vehicle it will launch this year. The cheapest option, the Laredo 4×2 (which isn’t even mentioned in Chrysler’s release), starts at an MSRP of $30,995 (including destination charge, confirmed via Twitter)… at least until ChryCo rolls out the $5k cash back it’s offering on the outgoing model. Hit the jump for trim levels and corresponding pricing.

From Chrysler’s press release:

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4×4

Standard features on the Laredo 4×4 model includes Quadra-Trac I 4×4 system, 3.6-liter V-6 engine, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Electronic Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, Electronic Roll Mitigation, Trailer-Sway Control, front-seat side air bags and side-curtain air bags for front and rear, active head restraints, power 8-way driver seat with power 4-way lumbar adjust, fog lamps, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, SIRIUS Satellite Radio and 17-inch aluminum wheels.

Optional features include a 360-horsepower 5.7-liter V-8 engine and a Trailer Tow Group.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4×4 pricing: $32,995 (including $780 for destination)

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4×4

Limited 4×4 models add features that include Quadra-Trac II® 4×4 system with Selec-Terrain, front and second-row heated leather seats, memory settings, Bi-Xenon High Intensity Discharge auto-leveling headlamps with SmartBeam®, CommandView dual-pane panoramic sun roof, Parkview® rear back-up camera, Parksense® rear park assist, premium audio, automatic temperature control, 18-inch aluminum wheels, Garmin® navigation, rain-sensitive wipers and bright door handles.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4×4 pricing: $39,995 (including $780 for destination)

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4×4

Overland 4×4 models add numerous features including Quadra-Lift air suspension, premium interior with Nappa leather-trimmed and heated seats, vented front seats, wood/leather-wrapped heated steering wheel with memory, power tilt/telescope steering column, wood bezels, leather-stitched instrument panel/doors/center console armrest, power liftgate, and 20-inch aluminum wheels.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4×4 pricing $42,995 (including $780 for destination)

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  • YellowDuck YellowDuck on May 13, 2010

    errr...is this V6 the new Pentastar or not?????

  • INeon INeon on May 13, 2010

    In 1997, my parents paid $22,999.xx for a Grand Cherokee Laredo. A fantastic vehicle that needed a single service in 70k miles. A friend just finished-off a 200k mile example that would have gone another 100k in my hands. This price isn't at all out-of-line for a 6Cylinder RWD wagon, and they promise to get carlike* economy numbers with the new Phoenix engines, sweetening the pot. Aren't they supposed to be more powerful, as well? The Alfa version of this automobile is the one to watch. I cannot at all understand the venom being spewed toward this vehicle/platform. The Grand Cherokee is Chrysler's 'old reliable'-- and apart from money-- was the reason Daimler courted dear Chrysler. They needed a lot of help with that Alabama car. Modernizing in general, actually. *Chrysler-owning-simpleton-math: 20 Percent of 20 is 4. 21(actual economy number)plus 4, is 25. My PT manual only gets 30. Not bad for 100 more horsepower and a lot more room. Suppose the added luxury is just icing.

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