Jeep returns Laredo X trim for 2021 Grand CherokeeSeptember 28, 2020
In the price lists for the mid-size SUV Jeep Grand Cherokee of the 2021 model year, an entry appeared about the configuration of the Laredo X. For a long time, the American brand did not offer it to customers. The novelty will receive many interesting features.
Jeep will soon begin selling the Grand Cherokee SUV for the 2021 model year, which will be the final model year for the current model generation.
According to the official data, the novelty will be offered in the Laredo X package, which will replace the previously available Upland, Altitude and North Edition versions. The new performance of the SUV will now be positioned somewhere between the Laredo E and Limited versions.
As a reminder, the WK2 Grand Cherokee debuted in 2010 as a 2011 model. At the start of sales, the Laredo X trim was available – it was located above the Upland version and was considered an improved version of the Laredo E.
For 2021, the Laredo X SUV will be able to boast more standard features than the previous Laredo E. The Altitude interior version from the previous model year becomes an appearance option for the Laredo X by adding a set of 20-inch high-gloss black aluminum rims, a fake radiator Altitude grille, body-colored bezel and dark taillights.
Those choosing the Laredo X will love the following features: the 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment touchscreen with navigation, remote start, power tailgate, vinyl / suede interior, heated front seats and a leather steering wheel. The cost of the Grand Cherokee in the Laredo X trim level starts at $ 37,745. for the one-wheel drive option and 39,745 dollars. for a complete set 4×4.
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