How Much Can the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Tow?
What is the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Towing Capacity?
The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee features available Best-in-Class towing capacity of up to 7,200 pounds, adding an awfully durable feather in its capability cap. Along with available 4×4 capability that needs no introduction, the Grand Cherokee is certainly for those who want power in their SUV.
Experience optimized handling and performance on almost any road with available systems such as the Quadra-Drive II 4×4 System with Rear Electronic Limited-Slip Differential and Selec-Terrain Traction Management System.
The Trailhawk model blends comfort with capability as a Trail Rated vehicle. The badge signifies exceptional capability under a variety of weather and road conditions with five key areas: traction, ground clearance, maneuverability, articulation and water fording.
More 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Performance Highlights
The off-road optimized features of the Grand Cherokee allow you to explore beyond your comfort zone with confidence. For more information on the different Grand Cherokee models, check out our 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trim Level Comparisons page.
High air intakes and special water sealing help get you through up to 20 inches of water while the available Quadra-Lift Suspension System raises ride height up to 108 inches. Even the standard 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine boasts up to 6,200 pounds of towing capacity, however, the max of 7,200 pounds starts with the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine.
It should be noted that the V8 engine must be paired with the proper equipment to reach the full towing capacity, but our Newberg Jeep team can supply you with all the required pieces.
Shop for the Grand Cherokee at our Newberg Jeep Dealership
If you’re interested in the 2021 Grand Cherokee, you can schedule a test drive with us at our dealership near Portland. If you have any questions about the Grand Cherokee or any other models in our new Jeep inventory, feel free to contact us at Newberg Jeep RAM. We proudly serve drivers throughout the greater Portland, OR area, including Sherwood, McMinnville, and beyond.