Are you and your family in desperate need of a vehicle upgrade? If you’re looking for a mid-size SUV that can handle the trails as well as the carpool lane, then check out the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Other SUVs just can’t compete. After all, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is America’s Most Awarded SUV Ever. To show you why, let’s compare the Jeep Grand Cherokee to the Ford Explorer, GMC Acadia, and Chevrolet Blazer.
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Few SUVs have serious off-road chops like the Jeep Grand Cherokee. In particular, the Grand Cherokee has THREE advanced available 4x4 systems, while its rivals are lucky to have even one. The Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe Trailhawk especially excels in areas like traction, ground clearance, and water fording. Meanwhile, the GMC Acadia has an off-road model called the AT4, but the Ford Explorer and Chevrolet Blazer don’t have anything similar.
Of course, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is also no slouch in the muscle department, producing up to 375 horsepower. The GMC Acadia and Chevy Blazer lag behind at 310 and 308 horsepower, respectively. All this power enables the Jeep Grand Cherokee to tow up to 7,200 pounds when properly equipped. In comparison, the GMC Acadia can only tow 4,000 pounds, the Chevy Blazer only 4,500, and the Ford Explorer only 5,600.
Plus, the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s fuel tank holds 23 gallons compared to the Explorer’s 17.9 gallons and the Blazer’s 21.7 gallons. As a result, you won’t have to worry about running out of gas in the Texas wilderness.
Wondering how the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s interior holds up against the competition? Between innovative technology and high-quality materials, this Jeep offers some of the industry’s finest. In fact, the Grand Cherokee offers the most standard and available technology features in its class!
A whopping 10.1-inch touchscreen puts all the infotainment features at your fingertips. The Ford Explorer and Chevrolet Blazer screens match it, but the GMC Acadia’s screen is smaller at eight inches. In addition, the Jeep Grand Cherokee also gives your passenger their own dedicated screen!
The Jeep Grand Cherokee passenger seats are deep, well-padded, and easily adjustable to enhance your driving experience, and some of the top trims offer heating and ventilation to further boost comfort levels. Visibility is markedly better in the Jeep when compared with the Chevrolet Blazer, with fewer blind spots and more headroom
You’ll have more room for passengers and cargo alike in the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Unlike its competition, the Grand Cherokee has an available three-row L model! The GMC Acadia, Ford Explorer, and Chevrolet Blazer only come as two-row SUVs. But even the two-row Jeep Grand Cherokee gives your passengers 144.6 cubic feet of space. The GMC Acadia comes close at 143.8 cubic feet, but the Chevy Blazer will make everyone feel cramped with only 107.8 cubic feet.
Are you ready to drive home in a brand-new Jeep Grand Cherokee? We’d love to help you get behind the wheel at Greenville Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. Contact us today to schedule a test drive!