Trim levels consist of entry-level Limited Plus, Overland and Summit. Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit, SRT and 75th Anniversary. Entry-level Limited Plus models include bi-xenon headlights, power folding door mirrors, a reversing camera, electrically adjustable front seats, leather upholstery, heated seats and Fiat's Uconnect 8.4in touchscreen infotainment system complete with DAB radio, Bluetooth and sat nav.
Upgrade to Overland and you get a Nappa leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, a panoramic sunroof and air suspension, while Summit models include adaptive headlights, an Alcantara headlining, acoustic glass, active noise cancellation, Jeep's myriad of safety technology and a 19-speaker Harman and Kardon stereo system.
The range-topping SRT trim is not only fitted alongside the mammoth 6.4-litre V8, but comes with launch control, Pirelli P-Zero tyres, Brembo brakes and an aggressive bodykit, while the limited edition 75th Anniversary trim includes numerous bronze detailings inside and out.
The fact that the cabin is not a total disaster should not, in itself, constitute good news. But if you’re coming at this Jeep Grand Cherokee with prior knowledge of many American cars, it might seem like Christmas.