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Jeep® Quietly Discontinues Its Quadra-Lift Suspension For The Grand Cherokee L:

Jeep® Quietly Discontinues Its Quadra-Lift Suspension For The Grand Cherokee L:​

Overland & Summit Customers Will Receive Credit For Deleted Option...​


For those who have been using the Build & Price configurator for the all-new 2021 Jeep® Grand Cherokee L (WL75), you may have noticed the disappearance of the popular Quadra-Lift air suspension. The class-exclusive Quadra-Lift air suspension features electronic adaptive damping, delivering class-leading ground clearance and water fording capability. The system automatically adjusts the shock tuning to changing road conditions for enhanced comfort, stability, and control.

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Platy B

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Sep 15, 2021
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As an owner of a 2014 Overland I can honestly tell you to skip this "upgrade". I've already replaced one airbag under warranty that would have cost over $1000 and now with 100k on the odometer likely need to replace what are normal wearable parts. Unfortunately only the dealership can deal with the air suspension system and each front shock assembly is $2000 just for the parts. Likely a $6k replacement of shocks/springs on all corners for a ~$50k stock vehicle. Stupidest unnecessary feature I've ever had on a car. For now I'll rattle my teeth on every bump pretending I bought a Wrangler with solid axles.


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Dec 14, 2020
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Considering how poorly the WK Grand Cherokee did in Petersen's 4 Wheel & Off Road 4x4 of the year test when it first had air suspension it may end up being a good thing. I remember a Range Rover was in that test too and its air suspension ran rings around Jeeps.

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