What’s New on the 2021 Grand Cherokee
This Jeep model comes with new standard safety features for 2021. The vehicle has seven different trim levels and comes with front-wheel drive with four-wheel drive available. The 2021 Grand Cherokee comes standard with a few drive modes, which include automatic, snow, sport, and sand/mud mode. All the driving modes are easy to control with a dial that is present on the center console. The car delivers more than enough acceleration when merging onto the highway for more than enough passing power. 13-inch ventilated front discs are also present on the front for improved stopping power. The four-wheel independent suspension system proves to be advanced and absorbs imperfections on the road to make the cabin feel comfortable on different types of roads and surfaces. The ride quality is better than competing models in the industry and has an excellent steering feel. It doesn’t feel too heavy or too loose for more control of the car. The cabin noise is also one of the car’s selling points because it’s quiet in the vehicle and doesn’t allow you to hear a lot of wind or road noise through the doors. The large windows also offer perfect visibility out the back. The exterior styling is classy but still athletic. The signature Jeep front grill can be found on the front of the vehicle but varies with its look depending on the trim that you select. The Trailhawk trim looks more edgy and sporty with its black matte accents on the body if you want a car that is slightly more intimidating. LED headlights come standard on every trim level for more illumination at night, and immediately turn on in dim settings. LED daytime running lights also come standard. Those who select the Latitude Plus trim level can also enjoy the LED fog lights. Roof rails also come standard in silver or black finishes, depending on the trim that you select. Some of the upper trims even come standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, which beautifully accessorize the vehicle and allow it to look upscale.
A 2.4 four-cylinder V6 engine comes standard in the Latitude, Latitude Plus, and Altitude trims. The engine generates 180 horsepower with 170 pound-feet of torque, which is sent to the front wheels through a nine-speed automatic transmission. The second 3.2-liter V6 engine configuration comes standard in the Latitude, Limited, and Trailhawk. The engine generates 271 horsepower with 239 pound-feet of torque. Those who want more connectivity will be happy to learn the car comes standard with both AppleCar Play and Android Auto Accessibility for smartphones. A 4G LTE Wi-Fi HotSpot is also offered in the SUV, making the car have more value than some of its rivals in its class with a unique, in-demand feature. SOS Emergency Calling is also available to ensure you can reach out for help in the event of an accident or emergency. The car also offers remote vehicle start-up for added convenience. A vehicle health report is also provided to ensure you can provided better maintenance and control of the vehicle.
This SUV is built with blind spot monitoring with rear cross path detection to provide you with accountability with your driving habits. You can also utilize forward collision warning with active braking, a lane departure warning system, and rear cross path protection in different driving conditions. Additionally, automatic rain-sensing windshield wipers come standard on every trim level, which is not something you typically find on base trims in most cars. The wipers automatically adjust to your speed to ensure they move quickly enough to maintain your visibility in harsh weather conditions. Side mirrors are also heated on all trims and come with integrated turn signal mirrors to better communicate with other drivers on the road.
Feel free to reach out to our friendly team at Laredo CDJR to discover more about what the 2021 Grand Cherokee offers to motorists. We can answer your questions and also explain our financing options available once you’re ready to purchase the model.