Bought the new WL about a week ago. I was the only person to test drive it and It had 23 miles when I signed the paperwork. SPECS: 2021 Grand Cherokee L (WL) Limited Baltic Grey Exterior Capri Wicker Beige Interior v6 Quadra-trac I - I have not needed 4 Low since 2018. Think those days are long behind me. Tow package - I always get this if it is available. It includes better engine cooling, and other options that increase reliability. In this case it also comes with a full size spare. 10.1 touch screen (Required for tow package for some reason) Panoramic moon roof (Comes with the media package upgrade) 20' Wheel Package (Comes with the tow package for some reason) Fuel Economy - Drove all week on the gas the dealer put in, drove to Austin (200 miles), and drove around down there for 2 days. Filled up before heading back to Dallas and it had 1/4 tank still. Average was 16.8 MPG (mix highway and city). Drove back to Dallas (all highway) and showed 24.6 MPG when I got home (published is 25 highway). That was at 75 MPH. I am not disappointed. My Ram would have been 16~18. First thoughts are wow, this is comfortable. The ride is smooth but it does not wallow. The variable power steering makes slow speed maneuvers easy. The v6 has plenty of power for the highway and I don't intend to tow anything with it. May hang a bike rack on the hitch occasionally but nothing else. The 8-speed shifting is very smooth now. On any new car it takes time for the computer to adjust and perform optimally. Seats are comfortable but would prefer a slightly deeper bucket. Still better support than in my RAM. 2nd row seating is comfortable. This particular Jeep has the captains chairs in the second row. No middle seat. 3rd row seats - an adult can sit back here but would not want to be back there for long drives. The Adaptive cruise control - Great for the highway when traffic is moving well. It adjusts well and is really non-intrusive. When you start to pass it accelerates to your set speed without having to do anything. When traffic starts getting heavy it is a pain. People cutting your off will cause it to rapidly decelerate even when they are moving faster than you. It can stop the vehicle when necessary if traffic stops. I am not a big fan of the lane holding. Supposedly when you turn on the blinker it should deactivate the system and let you change lanes. Several times it tried to fight me. I am not sure if this is just a something it needs to learn or not. I finally turned it off when it yelled at me to put my hands back on the steering wheel when I had them on it. Not sure if I will use it or not in the future.