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The New Grand Cherokee 2020 handles well and its standard AWD gives off-road ability as well, though only the turbo model offers spirited performance.

As the Warren Truck Assembly Plant prepares for production of the Wagoneer and Grand Wagonner after the Ram 1500 Classic ends its run, Jeep is also looking forward to a long-wheelbase Grand Cherokee for the 2021 model year. An idled plant will take care of production, adding up to 400 new jobs to the automotive industry of Detroit. (READ: Jeep Wrangler Colors 2019 Photos)

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The Mack Avenue Engine II facility was idled in 2012, but “multiple sources familiar with the plans” told The Detroit News a “public announcement is tentatively scheduled for the end of next week.” The question is, does the three-row Grand Cherokee even make sense?

Turning our attention to the Capital Markets Day from June 2018, the Jeep presentation featured an E-segment (mid-size) three-row SUV right next to the all-new Grand Cherokee. It’s also understood Jefferson North Assembly Plant, which manufactures the Durango across the street from Mack II, will discontinue the three-row SUV from the Dodge lineup.

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The bottom line is, Jeep would hit the jackpot with a three-row Grand Cherokee as the successor to the Dodge Durango. “To convert the old engine plant to a full assembly line, sources said, the automaker would need to add at least a body and paint shop.”

The Detroit News expects construction on Mack II to begin next year, which sounds a-OK considering the next generation of the Grand Cherokee is likely coming in 2020 for the 2021 model year. We’re also expecting some sort of electrification from the all-new Grand Cherokee, with Jeep confirming at least one such option for every nameplate by 2021.

Priced at $31,695 in the United States, the mid-size SUV is in its fourth generation since 2010 for the 2011 model year. Similar to the WK before it, the WK2 shares some similarities with the W166 series from Mercedes-Benz as far as the chassis is concerned.

The most expensive member of the lineup for 2019 is the Trackhawk, a 707-horsepower land missile that retails at $86,650. Customers who want the V8 soundtrack with natural aspiration can go for the 475-horsepower SRT, which retails from $68,145.

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The best value in New Grand Cherokee 2020 is a base model with manual gearbox, but it’s still decently priced after adding fancy audio, leather, and a moonroof.

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