The Jeep Grand Cherokee, does offer third row seating though its throw a different model known as the Jeep Grand Cherokee L. This is Jeeps first entry into the market for a three row SUV, Jeep will also be offering an L version of the Compass that is expected to be much smaller. Finally, Jeep will also be selling the Jeep Wagoneer which competes against a Yukon XL and will be the largest Jeep on the market.
The standard Jeep Grand Cherokee does not offer third-row seating which is probably for the best. The extended L version comes with 110.4 inches of combined legroom for all three rows I don’t imagine Jeep would be able to offer a similar experience in the smaller model. As of the time of writing the Jeep Grand Cherokee L is the only three row Jeep currently on the market.
Jeep Grand Cherokee L General Information
If you’re interested in learning more about the Jeep Grand Cherokee L the Jeep website has the configurator available. But we can run down some general information you should know about the vehicle.
- Offers a maximum towing capacity of 7200 pounds.
- Starting price is around $39,730 this is significantly more than the average cross-over in the segment.
- All models offer Jeep 4×4 as an option except Summit Reserve where it’s included by default.
- 10.1-inch infotainment screen
Overall, the newest vehicle in Jeep’s lineup is impressive and comes with a ton of features. The thing that I would recommend doing is cross shopping the features you want with the competition. Kia’s Telluride and the Hyundai Palisade are both rated as number one in the segment not only for their good feature set. But they are able to offer those features at a very affordable price. For instance, you couldn’t spec a Palisade out past $50,000 I was able to get a limited spec past $52,000 relatively easily.
I am still very impressed with this Jeep and would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!