The Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of America’s best-selling vehicles, cracking the top 10 list last year. That sales success speaks to this mid-size SUV’s diverse appeal, particularly after Jeep broadened the model lineup in recent years.
With prices starting at $41,035 — higher than similarly sized SUVs from Ford, Nissan, or Toyota — the Grand Cherokee straddles the line between mainstream and luxury. And when you add all its options, including its high-end V8 engine or plug-in hybrid powertrain, its prices surge all the way into luxury territory at $80,000-plus. The 2023 Grand Cherokee not only blends high-end interior details, a smooth ride, a wide range of engines, and incredible off-road capability, but the latest model also has the option of third-row seating. To see how well those factors justify the Grand Cherokee’s elevated prices, and whether it’s the right SUV for you, keep reading as we break down all the pros and cons of Jeep’s best-selling model.