You used to be able to get a Jeep Grand Cherokee for an absolute steal. Seriously, going back 10 years ago, the Aussie dollar was nearly at parity with the USD, meaning a Grand Cherokee could be had in the low-$40K bracket.
But those days are long behind us, and the Grand Cherokee is now available in a new-generation, five-seat form that also pushes the Jeep brand into new, premium territory.
The price has noticeably shot up, even when compared to last year’s model, but Jeep has justified the increase by also substantially lengthening the equipment and tech list.
You need more than an attractive spec sheet to lure buyers away from their Audis, BMWs, Lexus’ and Mercedes’, though. So, has Jeep managed to also step up the quality, ride and refinement to premium levels?
Keyword: Jeep Grand Cherokee 2023 review: Overland