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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe PHEV Priced to Start Around $60K

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Jeep’s roster of plug-in hybrid SUVs, which it calls 4xe, will double in size this spring when the new two-row Grand Cherokee 4xe joins the brand’s extant Wrangler Unlimited 4xe. The Grand Cherokee 4xe will be considerably pricier, with a starting price of $59,495 including the destination charge. That’s more than $5,000 north of the Wrangler Unlimited 4xe and some $20,000 above the starting price of a gas-only Grand Cherokee. But it slims down to as little as $1,800 over the cost of a roughly equivalent gas-only Grand Cherokee once you factor in the 4xe’s additional features and the $7,500 federal tax credit for which it should qualify.

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The Grand Cherokee 4xe employs a 17-kilowatt-hour battery pack and standard four-wheel drive, and its standard features align roughly with the gas-only Grand Cherokee’s mid-grade Limited trim level with 4WD and some extra-cost options. Gussied up with similar features, a gas-only Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD would run $50,195 with destination. That’s just $1,800 below the net cost of a 4xe, excluding any sales tax implications. (Note, of course, that you’re generally charged tax on the gross price of a vehicle up front, regardless of how much comes back later in a federal credit. Depending on sales tax where you live, that could add hundreds of dollars to the 4xe’s net premium.)

The 4xe gets a few exclusive features, including a 10.25-inch front-passenger display that’s standard on all trims. Jeep estimates the PHEV can run on all-electric power for 25 miles, though EPA mileage once the battery is depleted has yet to be published as of this writing. The 4xe pairs two electric motors with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder for a combined 375 horsepower. That’s considerably more than the Grand Cherokee’s 293-hp, 3.6-liter V-6, though the 4xe will almost certainly weigh a lot more. (Jeep hasn’t posted curb weights yet as of this writing, but the Wrangler Unlimited 4xe, which has a similar powertrain, weighs 833 pounds, or 20%, more than a 3.6-liter Wrangler Unlimited 4×4.)

Jeep will offer the Grand Cherokee 4xe in five trim levels (all pricing below includes destination). We lay out the major equipment below; unless otherwise noted, higher trims generally include all the features of lower ones.

Base 4xe ($59,495)

Features include Quadra-Trac II 4WD with two-speed transfer case; Capri leather upholstery with power front seats and heating for both rows; heated steering wheel; 10.1-inch dashboard touchscreen and 10.25-inch front-passenger display; Alpine stereo; panoramic moonroof; power liftgate; automatic emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection; adaptive cruise control; and 18-inch wheels.

Trailhawk 4xe ($64,280)

Features include Quadra-Drive II 4WD with additional off-road hardware; Capri leather-and-suede upholstery; and a 360-degree camera system.

Overland 4xe ($67,555)

Features include Quadra-Trac II 4WD, though Quadra-Drive II and additional off-road hardware are optional; Nappa leather seats with leather-wrapped door and dash trim; additional seat controls; ventilated front seats; McIntosh premium stereo; and 20-inch wheels.

Summit 4xe ($71,615)

Features include Quadra-Trac II 4WD; quilted Nappa leather; oak wood trim; Berber floor mats; massaging front seats; four-zone automatic climate control; second-row floor console; unique exterior styling; and hands-on lane centering.

Summit Reserve 4xe ($76,095)

Features include Palermo quilted leather; ventilated second-row seats; genuine walnut wood; faux-suede headliner and A-pillars; and 21-inch wheels.

A related model, the three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee L, does not offer a 4xe variant.

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