2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L consumer reviews

$40,325–$42,325 MSRP range
side view of 2022 Grand Cherokee L Jeep
66% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 3.8
  • Value for the money 4.0
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 3.8
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5.0

Great family car that also looks amazing!

Great SUV with 3rd row seats and captains chairs in the middle. It drives so smooth for being a larger SUV. Surprisingly it has been great on gas for me. The exterior is so sleek and looks incredibly high end. The interior is true comfort and the Jeep brand has definitely thought of everything. This has been my favorite Jeep by far.

4.9

Big improvement on previous model year!

Great improvement on previous model. Third row seat is terrific. Off road capable with luxury throughout. Big tech improvement over previous model with upgraded infotainment and digital display. Impressed with V6 given its capabilities & minimal noise in the cabin.

2.9

Drive several before you buy

Interior road noise is excessive compared to my 22 F-150 Crew Cab. I measured 74 db while crusing at 72 MPH with a peak of 84 db under acceleration. Fuel mileage for a V6 is awful and the engine is massively under powered. Only has 5k miles on it and it has spent a total of 5 days in the shop for issues with radio and instrument cluster screen going blank on multiple occasions. Was told the road noise was due to over inflated tires. Tires were set to correct pressure and road noise had not changed at all. Auxiliary battery had a bad cell and had to be replaced as well. Worst vehicle purchase I have ever made and will be trading as soon as possible. The vehicle looks great inside and out but I cannot recommend this generation of Grand Cherokee due to constant issues and excessive noise. I don't want tinnitus just from driving to the office.

3.1

Get the v8 or pass

I love the off-road capabilities of my GC L overland. Love the look and features. With that being said, I am highly disappointed in the performance and under powering of the v6. This Jeep is rated to tow 6,200lbs with the v6. That is probably true if you are going downhill. My boat weighs 3,500 plus 500 of gear so a total of 4,000lbs. Acceleration while towing is redlining every time, going up a hill will put me at a max of 50mph and struggling. This all equates to about 11mpgs towing my 4K boat and a lot of shifting. I am sure with the v8 it would be a breeze. I cannot recommend this vehicle if it is the v6 version because even when not towing it sucks.

4.9

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland

Purchased a 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland model. Has every option but the 5.8L engine, tow package and second row displays (entertainment, etc). There is so much I like about this Jeep and only one thing that is niggling (well maybe two). Fit,Finish,Quality is hard to surpass! Especially for the price ($69K). My son and daughter in-law drive Audi and BMW SUVs and they don't have all the options I have and they paid more. The Overland is a good value as you get standard some almost all the options. I LOVE the air suspension and how it will lift the body up depending on what mode you are in (and you can set manually the height) and then lowers to enable you to enter/exit the Jeep. I LOVE the "thermo vision". You can see up to 238 feet (according to the Jeep) and anything giving off heat will display on your driver console. Heavy rain, night driving, driving in fog, etc is no issue as you can see what is ahead of you if you can't see it through the windshield. All cars should have this. I LOVE the Heads Up display (again something that should be standard on all cars). I LOVE the front passenger display that is above the glove box. I especially love the NAV option where my wife can be looking at the same NAV I am seeing on the driver console and/or 10.5" center display. She can look for places (gas stations, places to eat, etc) and then send it to my NAV display with the routing. COOL! What I am not enamored with is the MPG. Averaging 23 MPG (town/highway/freeway traveling), BUT knew this going into getting the "L" with the V6 engine. THIS IS A LARGE Jeep! But, if I could not afford the gas prices (even now) I wouldn't bought it to begin with so....the other thing (which will be covered by warranty when I take it in for the first oil change) is that a couple of "buttons" on the center console display act "wonky" sometimes...like hit the Media button and nothing, hit is again and it says "Media button selected" and then hit it again to bring up the Media display (finally). It is the on "button" on the center console 10.5" display that acts up like this....oh, the Assist button in the overhead is not working right. Push it, center console display brings up the Roadside Assistant, Vehicle Check and another one I forget right now...you are suppose to select one of them and it calls a person up (sort of like ONSTAR but Jeep calls it Jeep Assist). Doesn't work (the SOS button does...don't ask me how I know.....). HOWEVER, you can select the Jeep Assist button on your 10.5" display and it brings up the Jeep Assist buttons and they work (will dial). Jeep Technical Service doesn't know why so will be a dealer resolution. There is so much more I can talk about on this Jeep. I love the ride! Can't say how much better than our 2016 Jeep Cherokee we had (traded it in). Jeep could get away with calling it a Jeep Gran Comfort vice Grand Cherokee. You have to go see one before you go look at BMW, AUDI, CADILLAC, TOYOTO, etc. Might change. your mind about what a Jeep can be (plus you get excellent off road mud/sand/snow/rock options with the 4x4.

4.6

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L A Grand Winner

Purchased a 2022 Summit Reserve L on March 2, 2022. The vehicle is a stunning piece of mastery. The V-8 is powerful, the ride is so comfortable and the front massage seats are wonderful on long drives. The quality of the interior is outstanding. At a price of $ 72,000, this vehicle is $ 17,000 less than the BMW X7 fitted with a V-6 no less. The dependability of this Jeep is higher that Mercedes Benz GLS and $ 21,000 less in price. Go for the top of the line Summit Reserve if you can afford it, though I test drove the Limited and found the results to be the same as the Summit Reserve...Jeep definitely has a winner here.