Jeeps are known for their outstanding terrain-conquering skills, beefy appearance, and spirited engines. However, the American automaker also has a few daily drivers and models designed to provide first-class luxury. Jeep offers two three-row SUVs, which are good choices for large families and luxury-minded shoppers. Despite the difference in size, powertrain, and design, all Jeep models still guarantee the best off-road performance in their various segments. For those interested in leasing a 2023 Jeep, here are our top three picks for Jeep models you can lease under $700 in NYC.
The Grand Cherokee L, simply put, is a Grand Cherokee with a slightly extended wheelbase and three rows of seats. The Jeep Grand Cherokee L first appeared in 2021 and set a new standard in the mid-size SUV segment. Aside from being handsome and family-friendly, the Grand Cherokee is rugged and capable of gliding past challenging off-road tests like a proper Jeep. The SUV also boasts a compelling interior that gets stunningly luxurious as you ascend its trim levels. Under the hood, shoppers can choose between a 290-hp V6 or a 357-hp V8. The three-row Jeep starts at 42,030, which is on the high side. However, you can opt for our dirt-cheap Grand Cherokee L lease deal, which costs $493 monthly.
This one may not go down well with shoppers who only want a regular, practical SUV for daily hauling activities, but the Wrangler can still do that while making you look good on weekends. The Jeep Wrangler is a classic off-road-ready SUV with iconic looks and a plethora of configuration options. Shoppers can choose between two-door or four-door body styles, removable tops or hardtops, and an unending list of powertrain options ranging from the base 285-hp 3.6-liter V6 to a 470-hp 6.4-liter V8 with diesels and hybrids somewhere in the mix. Pricing for the 2023 Wrangler starts at $31,195 and stretches to an eye-watering $82,495. Our 2023 Wrangler lease deal is more cost-effective and starts at $499 monthly.
If you want a compact crossover with impressive towing capacity and segment-leading off-road skills, consider settling for the Cherokee. The Jeep Cherokee has flaws, like a significantly higher starting price and a relatively lower fuel economy. However, its 270 max horsepower and ability to go off the beaten path are hard to find in this segment. It also boasts many standard safety and driver assistance features like blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, etc. The entry-level engine is a 180-hp 2.4-liter inline-four, while the turbocharged four-cylinder is reserved for the Trailhawk trim. The Cherokee starts at $37,695, but you can lease from VIP Auto at $545 monthly.
VIP Auto offers more than just low-price, high-end lease deals; we also guarantee a team of dedicated car experts that will go out of their way to help you get the best leasing experience. Contact us now at VIP Auto Lease, 1204 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10305. 718-477-7888 https://viplease.com