UPDATE: What We Know About The 2022 Jeep® Grand Cherokee:

redriderbob

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UPDATE: What We Know About The 2022 Jeep® Grand Cherokee:
Looking At The New Two-Row Grand Cherokee...



 
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Lou3.6

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I own a 2016 WK2 and based off of "artists interior renderings" - or were they of the WL? hmmm ! I was hoping the Exterior would NOT look as Familiar as the rendering shown here . But I am also "looking at" the Wagoneer as another option for a Late 2020 or early 2021 buy ?. IF the power to weight ratio leads to MPG as Comparable to my current WK2 V6 -- 18 & 25 (true to form) I'd be "satisfied," but would be hoping for an Improvement, however slight, considering humanity IS nearing the end of the 1st quarter of the 21st Century, and we've a Planet to "save" !?. IF I had the means and logistics were "good" I'd Seriously Consider one of the Electrics - Rivian comes to mind, or if "they" could come up with a Good HyBrid alternative -- all in the name of Overland Adventures (for my uses) .
 

therift72

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If this is actually what the new design will look like, then I have to say I'm pretty disappointed. I was hoping for a better update than just squaring off the nose. The existing headlight design looks better than this. The comment that the squared off design is more in keeping with a Range Rover doesn't ring true - the current Range Rover and Range Rover Sport both have a nose that looks very similar to my 2017 Summit - if anything, a squared off nose is more in keeping with the 2020 Explorer. My lease is up in January and i was really looking forward to upgrading - but this makes me doubt whether I will upgrade to another Jeep. I sincerely hope the new design is more appealing than this rendering.
 
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