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With the release of the all-new 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L fast approaching, many Rogers customers are asking us the same question: What’s the difference between the Grand Cherokee L and the Grand Cherokee? One key difference is that the standard Jeep Grand Cherokee has two-row seating, while the new Jeep Grand Cherokee L offers an extra third row, bringing your passenger capacity up to seven. Compare the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee with us below to explore more differences.
The difference in starting MSRPs is not too large between the Jeep Grand Cherokee L vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee. This is great news for Anoka families who desire the capabilities offered by the standard Grand Cherokee, but require more than five-passenger seating!
Another area where you won’t see a considerable difference between the Grand Cherokee L and Grand Cherokee is their performance. Both models get a standard 3.6L V6 engine, which generates only slightly more horsepower and torque in the standard Grand Cherokee.
The most significant difference between the Grand Cherokee L and the Grand Cherokee is their interior space. While the standard Grand Cherokee is limited to two rows for five-passenger seating, the Grand Cherokee L provides an extra third row so you can seat as many as seven passengers on trips to Coon Rapids.
The Grand Cherokee L is larger overall than the Grand Cherokee, allowing it to provide more maximum cargo space. However, their headroom and legroom are quite similar. Compare details for the Grand Cherokee vs. Grand Cherokee L interior space here:
1st/2nd-row headroom – 39.9/39.2 inches
1st/2nd-row legroom – 40.3/38.6 inches
Trunk volume – 36.3 cubic feet
Max. cargo volume w/ seats folded – 68.3 cubic feet
1st/2nd-row headroom – 39.8/39.9 inches
1st/2nd-row legroom – 41.3/39.4 inches
Trunk volume – 17.2 cubic feet
Cargo volume to 2nd row – 46.9 cubic feet
Cargo volume to 1st row – 84.6 cubic feet
If you prefer the smaller footprint of the two-row Grand Cherokee, you can also compare it to the 2021 Cherokee, an even more compact Jeep SUV.
Whether you prefer the two-row Grand Cherokee or you’ve decided the three-row Grand Cherokee L is a better fit for your family, you can secure the keys for a great price at Cornerstone Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram! Review our current new vehicle specials, then get pre-approved for financing. For more information on the Grand Cherokee L arrival date or to ask about reserving one, contact us at your convenience.
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