The Jeep® Grand Cherokee is one of Stellantis’ most popular vehicles, selling more than 7 million units worldwide since its introduction in 1992, as a 1993 model. As the most-awarded SUV nameplate ever, Stellantis has been taking extra precautions surrounding the launch of the fifth-generation Grand Cherokee (WL).
Built at the company’s new Detroit Assembly Complex – Mack facility, the first variant to be produced of the all-new Grand Cherokee, is the model’s first three-row offering in its 29-year history. Dubbed the Grand Cherokee L, the new model has been rolling off of its new assembly line for a number of weeks now, however, Stellantis has been placing the vehicles onto holding lots instead of sending them to dealers.
Not wanting to make mistakes with the launch of such an important vehicle, Stellantis wanted to make sure everything was perfect before it started delivery of its newest SUV. Sure, we have seen a few Grand Cherokee L models show up on dealer’s lots, however, dealers were not officially able to sell the new models until now.
This morning, Stellantis officially gave the OK to start shipping the new Jeep Grand Cherokee L to its dealer network across the United States.
The Grand Cherokee L has been designed and engineered to deliver an unmatched combination of legendary 4×4 capability, class-leading on-road refinement, premium craftsmanship both inside and out, in a stylish package that offers the most advanced safety and technology features than ever before.
For more information on the new Grand Cherokee L’s availability, you can contact your local Jeep dealer. To keep up with everything surrounding the all-new fifth-generation Grand Cherokee, be sure to join our WLJeepForum.com.