UPDATED: Two New Special Editions Roll Out For The 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee:

Limited X and Upland 4X2 Special Editions, More Standard Features Improve Grand Cherokee For 2019...

The Jeep Grand Cherokee continues to evolve and Jeep has made quite a few changes to the Grand Cherokee for the 2019 model year.

First is safety, the Grand Cherokee now has the Safety/Tech Package as standard equipment on all trims. This package includes Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Detection.

The exterior of the Jeep Grand Cherokee will have 3 new exterior colors options:

• Green Metallic
• Sting Gray (replacing Rhino)
• Slate Blue (replacing True Blue)
2019 Grand Cherokee Wheels. (MoparInsiders)
Additionally, a new standard 20-inch wheel on Overland (and are optional on the Limited). This wheel design is the same wheel design on last year’s Sterling Edition model. Also is a new 20-inch wheel standard on Summit model that will feature a full-polish look while the same design can be ordered with painted platinum as an option on the Summit trim.
Also available for 2019, is two new special edition models, the Limited X and the Upland 4×2 models.
2019 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Limited X. (Jeep).

The 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited X will include the following features:

• Modified SRT Hood
• New 20-inch Low Gloss Granite Crystal Wheel
• Summit Front and Rear Fascias w/ Body Color Wheel Flares and Sills
• Low Gloss Granite Crystal Exterior Accents
• Badges – “Jeep”, “4×4” & “Grand Cherokee”
• Grill Surround Bezels
• Fascia Bezels & Appliques
• Rear Fascia Decorative Spears
• Tail Lamp Bezels
• Step Pad Surround
• Gloss Black Finishes
• Mirror Caps
• Roof Rack
• Upper Grill Texture
• Dual Black Chrome Exhaust Tips
• Unique Limited X Badging
• 8.4-inch Radio w/ Navigation
• Black Interior w/ Heritage Seat & Unique Finishes
• New Radio / Integrated Center Stack Bezel – Piano Black
• New “Liquid Titanium” Finishes
Available Options for the Limited X
• Sunroof – Dual Pane
• Jeep Advanced Active Safety Group
• Rain-Sensing Wipers, Forward Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Lane Departure Warning, Parallel & Perpendicular Park-Assist
• 9-Speaker Audio System


2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Upland 4×2. (Mopar Insiders)

The 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Upland 4X2 will include the following features:

• Gloss Black Jeep & Grand Cherokee Badging w/ Desert Sky Accents
• Body Color Limited Front & Rear Fascia
• Dark Head and Tail Lamps
• Gloss Black Finishes: Grill Rings, Roof Rail, DLO, Mirror Caps, Fog Lamp Bezel, Lower Front Applique, & 4×4 Badge
• Black Tow Hooks
• 20-inch Fully Painted Gloss Black Wheels
• Black Interior w/ Blue Accent Stitching & Black Lenox Cloth Seats
• Mikasa Black Walnut Hydrographics & Liquid Titanium Bezel Finishes
Standard Features:
• Security & Convenience Group
• Alarm, Remote Start, Power Liftgate, Universal Garage Door Opener, Heated Seats & Steering Wheel
• Rear View Auto Dimming Mirror
• 8-Way Power Driver Seat w/ 4-Way Power Lumbar
Optional Features on the Upland 4×2:
• 8.4-inch Radio w/Nav, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
• Single-Pane Power Sunroof
• Engine Block Heater
2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Upland 4×2 Interior. (Mopar Insiders)

Pricing for the special edition packages are:

$4,800 MSRP over the standard Limited model for the Limited X package

$3,950 MSRP over the Laredo A model for the Upland 4×2 package

2019 Grand Cherokee 8.4-inch UConnect. (MoparInsiders)

In other big news for the 2019 model year, are the updates inside the Grand Cherokee.  All Limited and higher Grand Cherokee’s will have a standard flush mounted UConnect 8.4-inch Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and 6 months of Apple Music.

The Trailhawk and Overland models will receive New Piano Black bezels updates to their interiors.  The Summit model will receive a Black with Bridle Brown accent stitched Signature Interior Leather Package, as well.

The 2019 Grand Cherokee continues to make its mark as the best mid-size SUV available.

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited X Gallery:

Mike Volkmann

Michael Volkmann, a mechanical engineer in the steel industry, autocrossed and road-raced Neons. Michael has drag raced his 1971 Duster 340, 2015 Dodge Charger SRT392, 2009 Challenger R/T, and Neons, of which he’s owned seven — one SRT4, three ACRs, and three Sport Coupes.

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