2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Price, Value, Ratings & Reviews | Kelley Blue Book (2023)

As Jeep’s flagship SUV, the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee is as well regarded as its iconic stablemate, the Jeep Wrangler. This 5-passenger SUV is also known for its rugged off-road ability, luxurious interiors and powerful engine lineup. While competitively priced against such SUVs as the Ford Edge, Nissan Murano and Toyota 4Runner, many owners place the Grand Cherokee in the same league as the BMW X5, Land Rover Discovery and Volvo XC60. Of course, few rivals can match the big Jeep’s off-road ability, and none offer anything close to the 707-horsepower Trackhawk. Yet even in its less extravagant trims, the Grand Cherokee represents an outstanding value, with numerous standard features and cutting-edge options like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Used 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Pricing

The Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price for any individual used vehicle can vary greatly according to mileage, condition, location, and other factors, but here's a general idea of what buyers are currently paying for used 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee models when purchasing from a dealership.

Original MSRP

KBB Fair Purchase Price (nat'l average)

Laredo E Sport Utility 4D



Laredo Sport Utility 4D



Upland Sport Utility 4D



Altitude Sport Utility 4D



Limited Sport Utility 4D



Trailhawk Sport Utility 4D



Limited X Sport Utility 4D



Overland Sport Utility 4D



High Altitude Sport Utility 4D



Summit Sport Utility 4D



SRT Sport Utility 4D



Trackhawk Sport Utility 4D



For reference, the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee originally had a starting sticker price of $35,040, with the range-topping Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Sport Utility 4D starting at $88,145.

Which Model is Right for Me?

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Keyless entry

Blind-spot monitoring

Manual-adjust seats

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo E

8-way power-adjust seats

Wider array of options available

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Upland

Power tailgate

Heated front seats and steering wheel

Remote vehicle start

Auto-dimming rearview mirror

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Altitude

Black leather seats

8.4-inch touchscreen with navigation

20-inch wheels

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited

Auto-dimming side mirrors

Seating position memory

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited X

SRT-style hood

Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters

20-inch all-season performance tires

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk

Standard 4-wheel-drive

Air suspension

Skidplates, tow hooks

9-speaker Alpine audio

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland

Dual-pane moonroof

Bi-xenon headlights

Nappa leather seating

Rain-sensing windshield wipers

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee High Altitude

Adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, automatic emergency braking

Parallel and perpendicular park assist

Towing package

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit

19-speaker Harman Kardon premium audio

Heated and ventilated front seats

20-inch polished aluminum wheels

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

475-horsepower 6.4-liter Hemi V8 engine

Bilstein adaptive suspension

Brembo high-performance brakes

Drive modes including track setting

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

707-horsepower supercharged 6.2-liter V8

Quad exhaust outlets

Leather and suede seats

Upgraded engine-cooling system

Driving the Used 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Despite its impressive off-road credentials, the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a remarkably civilized prospect. In both city and highway driving, the Grand Cherokee exhibits the ride comfort of a luxury SUV with the power and handling of a large sedan. Straight-line performance varies by engine choice, but all models exhibit good cornering and braking, with minimal lean in hard turns. The steering still feels a bit soft and the boxy design experiences more wind noise than in sleeker rivals like the Nissan Murano or Ford Edge. Once off-road, however, the Grand Cherokee’s generous ground clearance and numerous 4×4 systems provide the confidence to go places the aforementioned competitors dare not tread. Those more interested in what the Grand Cherokee can do on road rather than off will no doubt gravitate to the performance models, with the 475-horsepower SRT trim claiming a 4.8-second 0-60-mph time, and the insane 707-horsepower Trackhawk slicing that time to a mere 3.4 seconds.

Interior Comfort

Depending on trim, the Grand Cherokee spans from a reasonably comfortable SUV to one capable of giving some luxury brands a run for their money. All models are 2-row/5-passenger configurations — there is no 3rd-row option. This layout means good room for passengers and a healthy 36.3 cubic feet of cargo room behind the rear seats. Folded, that space expands to 68.3 cubic feet. Base Laredo models look the part with cloth and manually adjusted front seats, but stepping up just one trim brings power operation to the driver. Higher-end models are awash in leather and feature heated and ventilated front seats.

Exterior Styling

The 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV has a muscular, handsome design. True to its off-road roots, the GC has 8.6 inches of ground clearance, with the performance-oriented SRT model sitting slightly lower (8.3 inches), and the high-performance Trackhawk lower still (8.1 inches). The new Trackhawk also stands out with quad tailpipes and “supercharged” emblazoned on the lower front doors. It also gets distinctive red tow hooks, an anti-glare hood decal, and 18-inch off-road wheels. Despite its tall profile, the Grand Cherokee is easy to get into, making it convenient for the vertically challenged. Conversely, the liftgate can be a bit difficult to reach when fully extended, but you can opt for the power-operated liftgate.

Favorite Features

Putting a 707-horsepower supercharged engine in a Jeep might seem the height of absurdity, but we Americans love everything over the top, and that includes our cars. The Trackhawk can’t handle like its Hellcat cousins, but it does offer the traction of all-wheel drive and modest off-road ability.

When steel springs just aren’t enough, the Grand Cherokee’s optional Quadra-Lift air suspension provides five separate height settings ranging from near-car height for ease of entry to 10.6 inches for clearing the largest off-road obstacles. The Trailhawk trim gets a unique version for better off-road wheel articulation.

Standard Features

The Grand Cherokee lineup now spans seven trims, including the roughly $88,000 Trackhawk high-performance SUV. Of course, most buyers will stay far south of that. Starting with the base Laredo, you get a V6 engine, new higher-resolution 7-inch touch-screen Uconnect system, blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, dual-zone climate control, parking sensors and a rearview camera. We recommend stepping up to at least a Limited model. This adds a power liftgate, power front seats, heated front and rear seats, and the ability to opt for the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 or 3.0-liter diesel V6.

Factory Options

From advanced 4-wheel-drive (4WD) systems to an 8.4-inch touch-screen Uconnect system with navigation and CarPlay/Android Auto capability, there’s a bevy of options available for the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Some can be had by climbing trims. The Grand Cherokee Trailhawk, for example, comes with the Quadra-Drive II 4WD, plus creature comforts like ventilated front seats — a welcome feature on a hot day. Our ears are pleased with the premium Harman Kardon audio system. Active safety and driving features include adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, and lane-keeping assist, which can move the vehicle back into a lane if it drifts, and automatic emergency braking if a collision appears imminent and the driver doesn’t take action.

Engine & Transmission

While Jeep offers no less than five engine options in the 2019 Grand Cherokee, most will roll out the door with either the 3.6-liter V6 or 5.7-liter Hemi V8. In truth the V6 has more than enough power for most needs, although the V8 is better for towing. A third choice is the 3.0-liter diesel V6 that offers more torque than the Hemi V8 and better fuel economy than the 3.6-liter V6. The high-performance Grand Cherokee SRT uses a 6.4-liter V8 that spits out 475 horsepower and can blast to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds, while the Trackhawk boasts a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine borrowed from the Charger and Challenger Hellcat twins. With 707 horsepower, it screams to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds or less. The V6 engines come with 2-(rear)-wheel drive (2WD) or optional 4-wheel drive (4WD), while the V8 models are 4WD. All Grand Cherokees use an 8-speed automatic transmission. The Grand Cherokee is rated to tow an impressive 7,400 pounds.

3.6-liter V6
295 horsepower @ 6,400 rpm
260 lb-ft of torque @ 4,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 19/26 mpg (2WD), 18/25 mpg (4WD)

5.7-liter V8
360 horsepower @ 5,150 rpm
390 lb-ft of torque @ 4,250 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 14/22 mpg (4WD)

3.0-liter diesel V6
240 horsepower @ 3,600 rpm
420 lb-ft of torque @ 2,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 22/30 mpg (2WD), 21/28 mpg (4WD)

6.4-liter V8 (Grand Cherokee SRT)
475 horsepower @ 6,000 rpm
470 lb-ft of torque @ 4,300 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 13/19 mpg

6.2-liter supercharged V8 (Grand Cherokee Trackhawk)
707 horsepower @ 6,000 rpm
645 lb-ft @4,800 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 11/17 mpg

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What is my 2019 Grand Cherokee worth? ›

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Value - $17,546-$73,033 | Edmunds.

Was 2019 a good year for Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

Overall Rating 8/10 – 2019 is a good year for the Jeep Grand Cherokee since it's decently reliable with a nice cabin, giving it a high overall rating. Owner reviews praise the comfortable seats, responsive steering, as well as the advanced stereo system.

How much 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee cost? ›

Used 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Pricing
Original MSRPKBB Fair Purchase Price (nat'l average)
Laredo Sport Utility 4D$35,490$22,979
Upland Sport Utility 4D$39,635$24,349
Altitude Sport Utility 4D$41,435$26,295
Limited Sport Utility 4D$42,440$25,557
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What is the best year model Jeep Grand Cherokee to buy? ›

Most Reliable Years For The Grand Cherokee

Four cars stand out as the best for this vehicle. According to fourwheeltrends.com, here are the most reliable years for the Jeep Grand Cherokee: 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee. 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

What is the best year models of Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

The best years of the Jeep Grand Cherokee are 2017-2020, 2021, 2014-2016, and 2008. The years you should absolutely avoid are 2005-2007, 2009-2010, 2001-2004, and 2011-2013. Most issues are related to low reliability ratings and a higher chance of engine or transmission repairs.

How long should a 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee last? ›

But then, how long do Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs last? With an average of 200,000 miles, you can expect the Grand Cherokee to last you around 20 plus years which is more than enough time if you're looking to get the most on your investment.

What is the engine failure on the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

Chrysler's number for this recall is U52. Summary: Chrysler (FCA US LLC) is recalling certain 2019 Jeep Cherokee vehicles equipped with 2.0L engines. The engines in these vehicles may be missing valve stem keepers, which can allow the valve to drop into the engine cylinder causing engine damage.

Is there a recall on 2019 Jeep Cherokee? ›

Approximately 86,000 model-year 2019 Jeep Cherokee SUV's equipped with 2.4-liter engines are being recalled due to an issue with the powertrain controller.

Is 2019 a good year for Jeeps? ›

Is the 2019 Jeep Wrangler a Good Used SUV? Overall Rating 7/10 – 2019 is a good year for the Wrangler, although it sacrifices daily driver practicality for off-road performance, giving it an average overall score.

What generation is the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

The fourth-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee (WK2) is a mid-size SUV produced by the American marque Jeep from mid-2010 to 2022.

Does the 2019 Jeep Cherokee have an Easter egg? ›

The Willys MB Jeep (via TikTok)

This is one Easter egg that's literally in front of you, but you won't see it unless you know where to look. Look closely at the lower right of the driver's windshield, and you'll find a silhouette of the Willys MB Jeep.

What is fair price for Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee Pricing

The 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee starts at $39,535. That gets you the base Laredo trim with RWD. The popular Limited trim begins at $48,230, and the top Summit model starts at $64,460. AWD is a $2,000 option on the two lower trims and standard on the two upper trims.

How much should I pay for a Grand Cherokee? ›

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee MSRP and Invoice Price
TrimsMSRPInvoice Price
Limited Most Popular$46,440$44,955
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Why are Grand Cherokee so expensive? ›

Jeeps are expensive because they're one of the most capable off-roaders on the market. FCA can also impose a high price on Jeeps because they have no competition in terms of utilitarian performance. The number of Jeeps released per year is also limited, so the brand's scalability is maintained.

Does my 2019 Jeep Cherokee have an Easter egg? ›

Jeep Cherokee Easter Eggs

The grille design is also under the hood and in many more locations. Of course, Jeep Easter eggs appear on the windshield as a silhouette of the Willys Jeep getting up and over rocky terrain. Under the passenger seat of some models, you'll notice coordinates and a map.

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