2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Review
The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L available atWindsor is introduced by Jeep. Until now, the Cherokee has never been marketed as a plug-in hybrid.
The Cherokee is being taken to the next level by Jeep. These are Jeep's own words, not marketing jargon. The seven-seater Grand Cherokee, the Cherokee L, was introduced earlier this year.
The Cherokee’s Interior
With the new Jeep, you can expect more luxury, comfort, and technology. Uconnect 5 is the starring feature of the system, as it combines the latest multimedia applications with a 10.1-inch display. The Cherokee L will have a third row of seats for the first time, giving you the option of transporting seven people.
The Cherokee’s Plug-in hybrid version
With the new Jeep, the plug-in hybrid powertrain is available for the first time in its history. Two electric motors drive the plug-in hybrid Cherokee 4xe, with 380 hp and 637 Nm of torque, and a 2.0-litre gasoline engine. All models are equipped with an automatic transmission with eight speeds. The floor-mounted battery pack has a capacity of 17 kWh and is good for an electric range of 40 kilometres. There is a tailgate on the left side of the vehicle.
The Cherokee’s Powertrain
Are you not interested in a plug-in hybrid powertrain? There's no need to worry at Windsor. Jeep also has the Cherokee with a 297 hp and 353 Nm 3.6 V6. This power source allows the Grand Cherokee to tow up to 2,812kgs. Doesn't that seem like enough? Opt for the mighty 5.7 V8 that produces 362 hp and 529 Nm of torque if you are looking for power.
The Cherokee’s Fuel consumption optimization
To reduce fuel consumption, the new 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L all-wheel-drive system disconnects drive from the front axle when conditions permit. But the system automatically switches back to 4x4 when grip is needed.