Of the highly popular Grand Cherokee diesel range, the base Laredo model now costs $53,000 before on-roads, an increase of $2000.
The Limited diesel and Overland diesel are now $1000 more than before, retailing for $62,000 and $72,000 respectively.
The entrypoint to the Grand Cherokee range, the 2WD Laredo petrol, now retails for $1000 more at $44,000. Its AWD counterpart now costs $48,000.
All other 3.6 litre V6 and 5.7 litre V8 models have risen in price by $1000, though specification levels have not changed.
Meanwhile, most models within the Wrangler range of heavy-duty 4x4s have also undergone price rises, albeit more modest ones.
The two-door Wrangler Sport, Sport CRD diesel and Overland now cost $500 more, as does the four-door Wrangler Unlimited Sport CRD. The Wrangler Unlimited Sport gets the biggest price jump of $2500, coming to rest at $39,000.
Fans of the hard-core Wrangler Rubicon will be pleased to hear that prices have remained static for that model, and so has the price of the highly-specced Wrangler Unlimited Overland.
Jeep Australia has been approached for comment.
Pricing (excludes on-road costs)
All prices exclude on-road costs.
- Laredo V6 2WD - $44,000
- Laredo V6 AWD - $48,000
- Limited V6 AWD - $57,000
- Limited V8 AWD - $62,000
- Overland V6 AWD - $67,000
- Overland V8 AWD - $72,000
- SRT - $80,000
- Sport V6 2-door 4x4 - $33,000
- Sport CRD 2-door 4x4 - $39,000
- Overland V6 2-door 4x4 - $43,000
- Rubicon V6 2-door 4x4 - $43,000
- Sport V6 4-door 4x4 - $39,000
- Sport CRD 4-door 4x4 - $43,000
- Overland V6 4-door 4x4 - $47,000
- Rubicon V6 4-door 4x4 - $47,000
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