Rhode Island drivers can return their leased Grand Cherokee to Paul Bailey's, even if they didn't lease it through us.

From daily commutes to weekend getaways, your Jeep Grand Cherokee has provided many miles of driving enjoyment. But just because your current lease is ending doesn't mean the good times have to go with it. In fact, the timing couldn't be better, as the Grand Cherokee has been fully refreshed for its fifth generation. And Paul Bailey's can help facilitate a seamless transition into the 2022 model, even if you're original lease wasn't through us.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Upgrades

The all-new Grand Cherokee rolls into the 2022 model year with significant improvements over its predecessor. The Jeep brand's midsize SUV is more elegant and refined, inside and out, while remaining as bold and rugged as ever. Plus, it offers roomier passenger and cargo accommodations and upgraded amenities. The 2022 Grand Cherokee comes standard with the latest Uconnect® 5 infotainment system, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and advanced driver aids like:

  • Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning Plus
  • LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
  • Adaptive Cruise Control w/Stop & Go
  • Blind Spot and Rear Cross Path Detection
  • ParkSense Rear Park Assist w/Stop

Do you need additional space and seatbelts for your growing family? The newly introduced Grand Cherokee L offers three-row accommodations for seven passengers (or six with second-row captain's chairs). And if you're looking for something more eco-friendly, the all-new Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid (375 horsepower, 470 pound-feet of torque) enables emissions-free commutes with an EPA-estimated electric-only range of 25 miles.

What's Next? | Lease-End Timeline

While the lease-end process can seem a bit complicated at first, Paul Bailey's is here to simplify the experience. And with a bit of preplanning, you can ensure a hassle-free transition to your next vehicle. Here's a brief overview of the lease-end timeline:

  1. Start thinking about your lease-end options around six months to a year from lease maturity. This will give you plenty of time to make a measured decision. Common choices include upgrading to the latest model year, trying a different model, or converting your current lease to a loan. Whichever course you decide on, Paul Bailey's can help.

  2. Schedule a complimentary pre-inspection one to two months from lease-end to get an idea of your vehicle's condition and allow enough time to address any issues and avoid potential wear and use charges.

  3. Make necessary repairs around one to four weeks from lease-end. If your Grand Cherokee needs a few fixes, you can trust our expert technicians to ensure all work is performed to manufacturer specifications using only genuine parts.

  4. Schedule the return a week or two ahead of lease maturity. If you're moving on to a new model, ensure all personal belongings are removed from the leased vehicle and any original items are still present (i.e., all keys, remotes, owner's manual, spare tire, cargo cover, etc.).

Test-Drive the All-New Jeep Grand Cherokee near Warwick and Cranston

If you have any questions about the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee or the lease-end process, please reach out to Paul Bailey's Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram at your convenience. And if you'd like to experience the Grand Cherokee's upgraded accommodations and amenities for yourself, we welcome you to visit our North Kingstown Jeep dealership for a test drive. It will be our pleasure to assist you.

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