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New Jeep Grand Cherokee 2020 pricing and specs detailed: More expensive SUV arrives

The Grand Cherokee SRT certainly has a lot of presence on the road, but it now costs more to get in your driveway.

Jeep Australia has released the MY20 version of the Grand Cherokee, with more than half of the large SUV’s line-up copping price rises up to $2000.

The special-edition Night Eagle grade returns for MY20 but is now $1500 dearer, at $59,950 plus on-road costs for the 213kW/347Nm 3.6-litre naturally aspirated V6 petrol and $65,950 for the 184kW/570Nm 3.0-litre turbo-diesel V6.

However, Night Eagle buyers are compensated for the extra spend with the addition of autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning and high-beam assist to the grade’s list of standard equipment, although its sunroof has been removed and is now an extra-cost option.

The special-edition S-Limited grade is also back for another go around, but it’s available with the 3.0-litre turbo-diesel for the first time, costing $72,950 – the same price the returning 259kW/520Nm 5.7-litre naturally aspirated V8 petrol now costs (+$1500).

Just like the Night Eagle, the S-Limited has had its standard sunroof deleted, with open-air motoring now optional, while the Limited grade it’s based upon is now costlier with either the 3.6-litre petrol ($63,950, +$1000) or the 3.0-litre turbo-diesel ($69,950, +$2000).

Similarly, the single Trailhawk variant is now $2000 more expensive, at $75,950, with no changes made to its standard equipment. It comes with the 3.0-litre turbo-diesel.

The single Overland variant is now $1000 dearer, at $79,450, and available with new upholstery options, which are also offered on the single Summit variant that’s now $1500 costlier, at $85,950, and gains a black roof as standard. Both use the 3.0-litre turbo-diesel.

The only other variant to change in price is the SRT, which is now $1000 more expensive, at $92,450. It’s powered by 344kW/624Nm 6.4-litre naturally aspirated V8 petrol.

Unchanged in cost and specification is the flagship Trackhawk variant that feature’s a slightly smaller 6.2-litre unit but adds a hard-hitting supercharger for a massive 522kW/868Nm punch.

The Laredo grade and Upland and S-Overland variant also carry over as before for MY20 (see pricing table below).

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Laredo RWD 3.6-litre petrolautomatic$47,500
Laredo AWD 3.6-litre petrolautomatic$52,950
Laredo AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$57,950
Night Eagle AWD 3.6-litre petrolautomatic$59,950
Night Eagle AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$65,950
Upland AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$61,450
Limited AWD 3.6-litre petrolautomatic$63,950
Limited AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$69,950
S-Limited AWD 5.7-litre petrolautomatic$72,950
S-Limited AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$72,950
Trailhawk AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$75,950
Overland AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$79,450
S-Overland AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$82,950
Summit AWD 3.0-litre dieselautomatic$85,950
SRT AWD 6.4-litre petrolautomatic$92,450
Trackhawk AWD 6.2-litre petrolautomatic$134,950