Jeep® Grand Cherokee L Vs. Jeep® Grand Cherokee
If you have been paying attention to Jeep® news, you may have noticed that there’s a new three-row model available for the 2021 model year: the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L. The L in the model’s name stands for “large,” as this new version is slightly larger compared to the standard Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Here at Woodhouse Chrysler Jeep Dodge Sioux City, we are proud to have both models here on our lot. Our dealers will be happy to highlight the differences between the two.
Jeep Grand Cherokee L
The highly versatile Jeep Grand Cherokee L offers a newly redesigned interior with three rows that can seat up seven passengers and achieves best-in-class second-row legroom.
You’ll also find new features like available 16-way adjustable power front seats with memory and massage, which help you stay comfortable. Meanwhile, the available Quad-Zone Automatic Temperature Control makes for a cozier cabin for all.
The new sculpted exterior design features a tapered roof, which optimizes aerodynamic performance without scarifying any space. The front view has been refreshed but still remains reminiscent of its Jeep Grand Cherokee lineage.
Jeep Grand Cherokee
As you may guess, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is slightly smaller than its Jeep Grand Cherokee L counterpart but no less capable. Outside of the interior and styling differences mentioned earlier, both SUVs boast three available 4×4 systems to boost off-road capability.
Additionally, drivers will be able to experience a massive supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine on the Trackhawk trim and the 6.4-liter V8 engine on the SRT trim. High-end tech features include compatibility with Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, and Amazon Alexa.
Test out both Jeep SUVs for yourself here at Woodhouse Chrysler Jeep Dodge Sioux City.