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Whether you’re roaming the hills or driving your kids to their activities, Katzkin interiors match the durability and style that Jeep Grand Cherokee is famous for. Katzkin’s custom-fit, premium interiors, and leather Jeep Grand Cherokee seat covers are created to transform your vehicle. Replacing your original factory-installed cloth seats with a custom-designed leather interior from Katzkin will change the look, feel, and resale value of your car.
Katzkin Jeep Grand Cherokee interiors reign supreme as some of the best seat covers you’ll find on the market today. What makes our Jeep Grand Cherokee seat covers so special? For starters, they’re specifically engineered and handcrafted to completely replace your Grand Cherokee’s cloth seats with a professionally installed, upholstered custom leather interior. Katzkin’s leather seats blow other Jeep Grand Cherokee seat covers out of the water. Our replacement seats will make your interior look better, feel nicer, and increase its value more than regular seat covers. You may want to also consider adding our heated and cooled seats to your Jeep. We can add three levels of comfort through temperature with our Degreez package.
Choose from our popular Jeep Grand Cherokee Katzkin Designs, a Manufacturer Inspired Interior, or Create a Design of Your Own. We offer a choice of over 120 colors and materials with multiple trim options including red, white, black, and blue.
Katzkin’s custom Jeep Grand Cherokee seat covers and interior options are available for the following model years:
Among all the Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels are even more packages with a huge variety of options and features. It’s hard for many people to know which trim comes standard with what features. At Katzkin, we recommend you start by deciding which features are most important to you and focus on those. This will help you find the right trim level for you and can save you a lot of money.
For example, one of the most common features people want in their Grand Cherokee is leather seats. If you want your Grand Cherokee to come standard with leather, you’ll have to purchase at least the Limited trim. Keep in mind that the Limited is approximately $6,000-$8,000 more than the Laredo trim and that’s just for leather-trimmed seats! Unless you want many of the other added features the Limited or higher trim levels offer, you’ll save a lot of money by purchasing a Laredo and simply adding the features you want such as leather and heated seats. However, if you want things like a sunroof, you’ll have to purchase a higher trim or you can simply purchase this as an add-on from the dealer.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the different Grand Cherokee trim levels and what each one includes. This is not a comprehensive list of every feature included on all of the trims. Instead, we’re showing you some of the most commonly asked about features. We can replace cloth or leather seats with a variety of different product options. Even if your vehicle already comes with leather from the manufacturer, we can replace it with high-quality, custom leather, chosen by you.
The Laredo E is the least expensive of all the Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels. That also means it’s the base model that doesn’t come with all the extra bells and whistles. This trim comes with cloth seats, 18-inch fine silver aluminum wheels, Uconnect 4-7 inch display, and a variety of optional features such as a sunroof. The Laredo is a great option if you want to save some money by purchasing a lower trim and adding the features you really care about like leather, temperature seats, or a sunroof.
This trim is just a few thousand more than the Laredo E. It comes with suede seats instead of cloth, a larger 8.4-inch Uconnect 4 display, all-season LRR tires, and 18-inch fine silver aluminum wheels.
The Limited comes with 18-inch gray diamond-cut aluminum wheels, All-Season LRR tires, leather bucket seats, Uconnect 4C Nav with an 8.4-inch display, and more. The big step up on the Limited from the lower trims is the leather seats.
This special edition trim comes with 20×8-inch granite crystal rims, Performance All-Season tires, leather bucket seats, Uconnect 4C Nav with an 8.4-inch display, and more. This is obviously a limited-edition trim but it has some nice features that make it a step up from the Limited.
The Limited X comes with leather seats, Uconnect 4C Nav with an 8.4-inch display, 20×8-inch gloss black aluminum wheels, and Performance All-Season tires. The big addition on this trim over the 80th Anniversary Edition is the wheels that contrast the white body paint enough to turn heads wherever you go.
The Trailhawk is made to be an off-road beast of an animal with 18×8-inch off-road aluminum wheels, All-Terrain tires, Trailhawk leather/suede seats, Uconnect 4C Nav with an 8.4-inch display, normal duty suspension with increased travel, keyless enter and go, push-button ignition, and a whole host of optional features such as TVs in the headrests.
This trim comes with 20×8-inch polished/tech gray alum wheels, A/S LRR tires, leather seats with edge welting, push-button ignition, a leather dash, heated and ventilated front seats, keyless enter and go, a front and rear glass sunroof, a power sunshade, and more.
This trim comes with a variety of excellent features and like the other trims close to it, it comes with a hefty price tag. You can see why with its 20×8-inch low-gloss granite crystal wheels, Performance All-Season tires, leather seats, and all the features of the Overland trim.
The Summit trim comes with 20×8-inch fully polished aluminum rims, Performance All-Season Tires, Uconnect 4C Nav with 8.4-inch display, eco suspension, keyless enter and go, heated front and rear seats, ventilated front seats, a leather dash, panoramic sunroof, heated leather steering wheel, leather seats, and more.
The SRT is a performance car bred with a stylish SUV. While this SUV is nothing short of stellar, keep in mind that it does not come standard with leather seats but it does come with heated and ventilated seats. It has 20×10 inch Satin Carbon five-spoke rims, BSW All-Season tires, and the reason everybody wants an SRT, the 6.4L V8 Hemi engine. If you’re looking for a performance SUV to add custom leather to, this is it.
The Trackhawk is an SUV packed with race car features that’s ready to hit the track. While it doesn’t come standard with leather seats, it does come with heated and ventilated front seats. More importantly, it comes with the stellar 6.2L V8 Supercharged engine capable of 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. Some of its other standard features include a front and rear sliding glass sunroof, 20×10-inch black satin aluminum wheels, BSW All-Season tires, competition suspension, and so much more.
Approximately 25% of people, or one out of four, in the US, lease their vehicles. Leasing can be nice because it gives you a lower monthly payment and if you have a business, you can easily write it off on your taxes.
When leasing, if you want to add additional features such as bigger wheels, bigger tires, etc., you have to pay for those items over the course of the lease. For example, if you want custom rims and tires to go with your new Jeep, and they cost $2,500, you either have to pay $2,500 upfront or add it to your monthly payment. If it’s a 36-month lease, it’ll cost you an extra $69.44 every month on your lease.
The beauty of Katzkin is that they can residualized on your lease. That’s a fancy way of saying you won’t have to pay the entire cost of the seats over the course of the lease. After all, you’re not BUYING the seats, you’re just adding them to your lease. This can cut down the cost of your lease significantly and save you money! Get your new custom Jeep Grand Cherokee leather seats today!Choose Your Design