Compare 2022 New Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK

2022 Jeep New Grand Cherokee vs 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK
2022 Jeep New Grand Cherokee 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK


3.6L V6 3.6L V6


293 hp 290 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

19/26 * 19/26 *

  Cargo Space

70.8 cu. ft. 68.3 cu. ft.

  Standard Towing Capacity

6,200 lbs. 3,500 lbs.

  Trim Levels

7 Trim Levels 3 Trim Levels

  3-Row Model

Available Not available

2022 New Grand Cherokee vs 2022 Grand Cherokee WK

Serving Fairfax, VA

The Jeep lineup has expanded impressively in recent years, and the updates extend to the popular Grand Cherokee SUV. The new Jeep Grand Cherokee, also known as the Grand Cherokee WL, has stunning design updates and an array of modern features. The established Grand Cherokee version that you may already be familiar with is now referred to as the Grand Cherokee WK, and it is equally impressive from front to rear. At Farrish Chrysler Dodge Jeep, we are standing by to support your comparison of these two exciting possibilities.


While the new Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee WK have the same base powertrain, the new Grand Cherokee is offered a few other options. Their shared powertrain is a 293-horsepower, V6, 3.6-liter system. The new Grand Cherokee is also available with a plug-in hybrid 2.0-liter, a four-cylinder system that offers 375 total horsepower. The other engine available is a V8, 5.7-liter, 357-horsepower system. An eight-speed auto transmission is standard throughout the trim lines for both versions of the Grand Cherokee.


The exterior of the Grand Cherokee WK is identical to the exterior of the 2021 Grand Cherokee. It has a tall body with flat angles across the profile. The curved nose holds a bar-accented grille. The grille arches connect with the rectangular LED headlights. On the sides of the Grand Cherokee WK, you will find square wheel wells and deep sculpting through the door panels. The new Grand Cherokee has the same square wheel wells and comparable dimensions, but its style is refreshed from end to end. The nose is boxier with a flatter hood. The grille is thinner, connecting to a pair of extended LED headlights. The front bumper has aggressive molding. The side panels are smoother, showing off crisp definition below the beltline.


There are many trim-specific differences between the new Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee WK. However, you will find a great selection of shared features. These include a premium sound system, a power liftgate, a digital driver’s instrumentation panel, smart device app connectivity, a sunroof, a navigation system, leather material, and more.

After you get better acquainted with the new Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee WK, which model and trim will you select? Contact our sales associates at Farrish Dodge Chrysler Jeep for further assistance with your model comparison.

* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.