The Summit Reserve is one of five trim levels for the new Grand Cherokee, specifically the top-tier trim level meaning few bells and whistles are left to check off the order form.
So, what do Jeep fans get with the Summit Reserve L? My example in Bright White included options like Palermo leather in Tupelo to the seats and doors, heads-up display to keep your eyes on the road, night vision with animal detection, and a McIntosh 19-speaker system with 950-watt amplifier. That’s in addition to the vast swathes of real wood trim accented with chrome, the UConnect 5 10.1-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a six-month SirusXM trial subscription, ambient LED lighting, and so on.
The front seats are quite lovely, especially with the built-in back massagers for both driver and front passenger. Though no long trips were taken during the week the Jeep Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve stayed with me, the massagers make for a relaxing break along the way to the final destination.
Speaking of the seats, though, the second row will have plenty of room to stretch out, as the extra length in the SUV’s long wheelbase is in the middle, as opposed to the upcoming 2023 Wagoneer L/Grand Wagoneer L‘s length going into their expanded backsides. The third-row seating isn’t too bad, either, presuming the second-row passengers don’t have their seats all the way back. That said, the third row is more for pets, little ones and short adults.