The standard V6 engine that comes with the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee won't blow your mind, but it delivers adequate power for maneuvering about town and on the interstate. The optional V8 engine has a touch more low-end oomph and a pleasant-sounding exhaust note than the other engines. Additionally, it enables the Grand Cherokee to pull trailers with its maximum capacity. That said, the difference between the V-6 and V-8 is not very noticeable. The plug-in hybrid power-train, which consists of a four-cylinder turbocharged engine and a couple of electric motors, delivers sufficient power; but, switching between the electric, hybrid, and gas-only modes can be cumbersome. So far, the fuel economy of the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee is yet to be rated. The technically comparable 2022 model with the V6 engine fetches average mileage for this class, with 26 miles per gallon on the highway and 19 miles per gallon within the city. Models equipped with the V8 have mileage ratings of only 14/22 mpg in the city and on the highway, respectively. Combined city and highway driving results in an estimated fuel economy of 56 miles per gallon equivalent for the models equipped with plug-in hybrid power-trains. To learn about new flexible payment options available for 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee buyers, please contact the Cranbrook Dodge finance department.