Looking for your next SUV? The Jeep® Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee L are both rugged, capable, and family-friendly vehicles to choose from. Here’s a look at the differences between these two variants of the legendary SUV.
The new Jeep® Grand Cherokee L distinguishes itself with three spacious rows of comfortable seating. It can accommodate up to six or seven passengers, depending on whether you opt for captain’s chairs or bench seating. The classic Grand Cherokee, on the other hand, is a two-row SUV that seats five people.
If you’re looking to haul cargo, the Jeep® Grand Cherokee L offers up to 84.6 cubic feet of storage room. While the Grand Cherokee is more compact, its cargo bay is nothing to sneeze at either — it offers up to 68.3 cubic feet of room.
The Jeep® Grand Cherokee L boasts the latest tech, including the Uconnect® 5 infotainment system with wireless smartphone connectivity and a 10.1-inch display. The Grand Cherokee tops out with the Uconnect® 4C NAV infotainment system, accessible via an 8.4-inch touch screen.