The next generation of the Jeep Grand Cherokee will be available as a hybrid. It produces 270 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.

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The plug-in hybrid version has the identical 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged turbocharger as the Wrangler.

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The battery pack powers the system and enables the vehicle to achieve 23 mpg combined with its gas engine.

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The company promises that the company will have battery electric vehicles in every market segment by 2025.

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In the meantime, the company is continuing to offer gasoline-fueled Jeep models and a plug-in hybrid version.

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This vehicle will require daily charging, but it has a more powerful motor than the gas-only versions.

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The battery can take 12-14 hours to charge. When using the Level 1 charger which takes about three hours.

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A Level 2 charger can take three hours to charge the battery pack, but it is still not as efficient as its gasoline-only counterpart.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is famous for its legendary off-road abilities and unparalleled all-wheel-drive capability.

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The 2022 model is equipped with many modern 4x4 innovations. It will give you plenty of power to tow just about anything.

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A plug-in hybrid version of the 2022 Jeep grand Cherokee will cost about $20,000 more than the standard gas-only model.