If you’re on the hunt for a new Jeep Grand Cherokee, you’ve probably noticed a new offering alongside the outgoing 2021 model and the redesigned 2022 model: the Grand Cherokee WK. So, what’s the difference? The Grand Cherokee WK is a continuation of the outgoing 2021 model, and it will be sold alongside 2022 models at Moose Jaw-area dealerships. Not only does this help to clear inventory and provide a stopgap while new model production gets up to speed, but the previous-generation Grand Cherokee model is popular with drivers—and actually saw its best sales to date in 2021! Get the details on the Grand Cherokee WK trim levels, price, and features in this model overview from Crestview Chrysler.
One difference between the Grand Cherokee WK and the outgoing Grand Cherokee is the number of trim levels. The Grand Cherokee WK offers four trim levels, each of which is equipped with either the Quadra-Trac I® or QuadraTrac II® 4×4 system. Pricing for all four configurations is as follows:
In terms of performance, the WK delivers the balance of power and efficiency that Southey drivers already expect from the Grand Cherokee line, and you can upgrade with additional active driver-assistive safety features and advanced traction control. Here’s a quick look at some of the highlights:
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Once you’ve found the perfect new Grand Cherokee WK and decided on a lease or finance plan, our team will work with you to finalize the process in whatever way is convenient for you—whether that’s over text, email, phone, or in-person. We even offer delivery service to your home in the Carlyle area for a completely contactless buying experience—just let us know you’re interested!