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On the surface, two powerful, feature-rich, five-seat SUVs sit atop Jeep’s lineup of vehicles: the new Jeep Cherokee for sale, and the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee. With power and features to spare – not to mention the shared Cherokee name – it can be tough for Lexington drivers to tell the two apart. So, what’s the difference? Here, Dan Cummins Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram outlines their differences in power, interior space, and price. Read on for this in-depth comparison.
Trim packages for the new Jeep Grand Cherokee certainly feel more luxurious, but the price sits a bit higher at $31,695 starting. You can ask for the following configurations: Laredo, Laredo E, Upland, Altitude, Limited, Limited X, Trailhawk®, Overland, High Altitude, Summit, SRT®, and Trailhawk®.
Both vehicles come standard with a front-wheel drivetrain. But if you need to improve grip while driving Georgetown roads, four-wheel drive systems like the Jeep Active Drive I are available.
The 2019 Jeep Cherokee and 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee each offer standard interior features like Uconnect with a 7-inch touchscreen, Apply CarPlay®/Android Auto™, a 6-speaker sound system, and 60/40-split-folding rear seats.
Overall, the interior dimensions in the larger Grand Cherokee afford a bit more wiggle room. The 2019 Jeep Cherokee provides 54.9 cubic feet of cargo room, for example, compared to the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee which offers 68.3 cubic feet.
Power, fuel efficiency, space, and comfort all factor prominently in decision-making for Nicholasville families, and Jeep continues to deliver on those promises with the 2019 Cherokee and 2019 Grand Cherokee. Contact us to schedule a test drive, find out how often to change your oil, and learn more about our current offers and incentives.