What’s New for Jeep in 2021?
Jeep is looking ahead in 2021, aiming to make their 80th anniversary one to remember! While Jeep consistently updates their models each year with the best performance, capability, safety and tech features to satisfy modern drivers, 2021 is shaping up to be a bit different. That’s because the new year sees the introduction (or re-introduction, in these cases) of three new model variations, the Wrangler 4xe (the first Plug-in Electric Vehicle Wrangler!), the Jeep Grand Cherokee L (say hello to a 3-row Grand Cherokee!) and the return of the iconic Grand Wagoneer! Read on as we here at Southside Dodge show you what’s in store for the year, and get you primed to have one of these vehicles adorn your driveway in 2021!
2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe
The height of Jeep combining their brand heritage look and feel with modern new-age vehicle features might have reached its zenith with this new PHEV version of the Wrangler. Yes, that iconic Jeep Wrangler is now a hybrid, delivering you all of that same power and capable off-road performance you expect, but now exceedingly efficient, staying economical on fuel over every drive. Its turbocharged engine reaches 350 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque, while giving you a 34 km electric range, 595 km hybrid range and a 4.8 Le/100 km rating in the tops of its E-Selec driving modes. That means driving this Wrangler you’ll hardly notice a difference from your favourite Wranglers in the past, still with its classic look, sumptuous style, a litany of off-road features and more, you’ll just be going farther on each adventure with less worry on fuel! Stay tuned for the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe, coming soon!
2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L
Part of the beauty of Jeep SUVs is their spirited versatility, and compact nature that allows them to adapt to any needs, big or small. Sometimes, though, you need a large SUV capable of housing you, your friends, your family and all your gear on the grandest stage possible. That’s where the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L comes in, truly putting the word “grand” in Grand Cherokee, by delivering a third-row to this legendary Jeep lineup member. The new row of seating isn’t the only thing new, as this icon received a freshened up look with a newly shaped exterior, a tapered roof and LED lighting that frames its large body. Of course, that 3rd-row equals more seating, seating for seven passengers, in fact, and all who’ll receive spacious legroom to relax in. Along with 110 standard safety features, modern tech and performance capability for any Red Deer season, this is a full-size SUV that never compromises. The all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee L is coming soon to Southside Dodge!
Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept
The icon is back! That’s right, what once ended its production in 1991 is in the midst of a comeback 30 years later, and looking better than ever, while maintaining all that you loved about the original. While the Jeep Grand Cherokee is the closest modern model to the Grand Wagoneer of yesteryear, now it’s back in full to reclaim its past glory. What Jeep has done with the Grand Wagoneer is taken its original classic style and filtered it through a modern lens, ending up with a supremely elegant and luxurious look that creates a dramatic SUV from every angle. This distinguished beauty is fit with premium touches, from the lavish outside to the spacious interior. Topping everything off within its modernity is an electric vehicle powertrain that couples zero emissions with a smooth and quiet driving experience. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept hints at what could exist on a production model, so say tuned to our website and blog for further updates on when a new Grand Wagoneer could be arriving at our dealership.
While these Jeep options may not exist quite yet, you can always shop our current lineup available now, including further models like the Gladiator, Cherokee and Compass! If you have any questions about these future vehicles, or just want to stay up-to-date on when they may be arriving at our dealership, please reach out to us!
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