Chrysler gifted the world with its first official look at the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee earlier this month at the Detroit Motor Show. Sadly however, while we’ve now been graced with a world of important specs, features and details as to what we can expect from the 2014 Cherokee, Chrysler sadly left one rather significant detail out – that being the price of the thing.
Most of the speculation surrounding the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee over recent weeks has indeed been related to nothing more than its intended price, but even with all the so-called leaks and educated guesswork in the world, we’re still technically in the dark. That being said however, at least one plucky individual by way of the Jeep Garage forum now claims to have somehow gotten hold on an official price-plan document for the 2014 Cherokee, which has subsequently been shared with the world.
…and here’s the details.
According to the latest whistleblower, the two-wheel-drive 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo will serve as the entry-level model and come in at a respectable $28,795, while the next option a little further up the ladder will be the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit for a considerably loftier $47,995. Big spenders will also have the option of the 2014 Grand Cherokee SRT with a starting price of $62,995, which in turn means that those intent on taking home the works with all top-end options will be looking well over the $70,000 mark.
A privileged document it certainly seems to be, the individual behind the price leaks has also included a full rundown of the specifications and features each of the 2014 Cherokees is to come equipped with. Of course, Chrysler has made no attempt to either deny or confirm the accuracy of the report or any of the details within, therefore it’s important to take all of the above with the usual grain of salt…or two.