One of the most popular options on the all-new Jeep® Grand Cherokee (WL) is the optional 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 infotainment system. Thanks to our dealer connections we have learned starting this month that Jeep has opened orders for its non-electrified two-row Grand Cherokee (WL74) and three-row Grand Cherokee L (WL75) for the 2023 model year from its dealer base.
In a dealer guide released this month, Jeep announced that it will offer its popular 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 infotainment screen as standard equipment on Limited, Trailhawk, and Overland models for the 2023 model year. That is huge news for customers as the 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 screen adds a significant cost to the current 2022 models.
Currently, customers in the U.S. pay an additional $1,075 on Limited models, $1,615 on Trailhawk models, and $1,935 on Overland models for the optional 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 screen. According to the dealer guide, Jeep will then offer the customer to update to its 9-speaker or 19-speaker audio systems as standalone options.
On 2022 models the 9-speaker Alpine audio system comes with a subwoofer, and a 506-watt amplifier is packaged with the Entertainment Group on Limited models and standard equipment on Trailhawk, Overland, and Summit. The premium McIntosh MX950 Entertainment System offers 19-speakers, a 10-inch subwoofer, 17-channel, and a 950-watt amplifier packaged with Entertainment Group on Overland, offered as a standalone option for Summit, and standard equipment on Summit Reserve models.
As the competition continues to offer bigger and bigger screens in their vehicles, it is no surprise to us that Jeep is making a majority of its lineup come standard with the bigger option. Especially on the Limited, the nameplate’s most popular model.
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