No changes have been made to the car’s 247bhp 3.0-litre turbocharged diesel V6 engine or eight-speed automatic gearbox.
Pricing starts at £45,050 for Grand Cherokees in CRD Limited+ spec, while the CRD Summit starts at £52,550.
A new limited-run model called the Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary has been added to the range, with just 125 examples headed to the UK.
Based on the 2016 car and using the same turbocharged diesel V6 engine, the 75th Anniversary has been launched to celebrate Jeep’s 75th year and gains bespoke features inside and out.
These include 20in bronze alloy wheels, new LED fog lights and standard-fit safety features, including adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with auto brake functions, cross path detection and blind spot monitoring.
The car also sits on Quadra-Lift air suspension as standard, gets a dual-pane panoramic sunroof and seats wrapped in black leather with tangerine stitching and 1941 logos.
The 75th Anniversary will be available in just five colours: Billet Silver Metallic, Recon Green, Bright White, Brilliant Black and Granite Crystal.
Order books open later this month, with prices starting at £50,550.
Just 30 examples of the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Night are headed to the UK, with first deliveries expected later this month.
The limited-run range topper uses the same 6.4-litre petrol V8 engine as the regular SRT, producing 462bhp and 460lb ft of torque and enabling a 5.0sec 0-62mph time and 160mph top speed.
The SRT Night gains a more aggressive exterior finish and unique interior trim. The biggest changes to the car’s outside are grilles and badges finished in matte black, and a set of satin black 20in alloy wheels.
Inside, black leather seats feature black stitching, and the door armrests and centre console are covered in matching leather and feature black chrome trim. In addition, the steering wheel bezel is finished in anodised silver and SRT logos are displayed on the car’s door sills.
As standard, the SRT Night features performance menus on the car’s 8.4in touchscreen, a launch control system and five dynamic modes: Auto, Sport, Tow, Track, and Snow.
Just two colours are available: Brilliant Black and Brilliant White, and prices start at £69,865, which is exactly £3000 more than the regular SRT.