Jeep’s largest and best-selling SUV, the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee was last redesigned in 2014. So, for the 2020 Jeep model lineup, not much has changed. The most significant modification is the Jeep Active Safety Group of advanced safety features, which is now available on the base trim. Let’s take a closer look at the new equipment added to the 2020 Cherokee and see how it compares to the 2019 model.
2019 or 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The Jeep Active Safety Group comes standard on every trim. This sophisticated system contains automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, automatic high beams and lane departure warning.
Trim levels remain the same as the 2019 model. These include Laredo, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland and Summit, plus they still have the high-performance Trackhawk and SRT models.
Other changes to the 2020 Jeep SUV include some cosmetic upgrades and equipment shuffling. Plus, the single-pane moonroof is now standard on the Limited and Trailhawk trims. Also, you can get a new headlight package with the Laredo, Limited and Trailhawk that contains signature daytime running lights, bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge-headlamps, auto high-beam headlamps and LED foglamps.
The Overland trims are now offering a black interior palette and Dark Sienna. Available on the Summit trim is a brown interior palette and Light Frost. Plus, the 2020 Trailhawk model offers an optional Signature Leather-Wrapped Interior package in a Ski Gray and black color. Also, you received 20-inch titanium-aluminum wheels.
The 2020 prices compare closely to the 2019 Grand Cherokee. The base trim, Laredo, starts at $45 less for the 2020 model year. However, most of the prices are higher, like the Limited trim is $510 more.
Is the 2020 Better Than the 2019 Grand Cherokee?
What are your thoughts on the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee? Will this vehicle end up in your driveway or are you partial to the 2019 Cherokee instead? Considering there isn’t much of a price difference, you wouldn’t be wrong choosing either option.