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Though the 2019 Jeep Cherokee and the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee both offer the classic Jeep performance features you know and love, it’s the little things that set them apart. Take the engine for example. The Cherokee comes standard with a 2.4L Tigershark® engine whereas the Grand Cherokee comes built with a 3.6L V6. Learn about the other differences to see which model is best for you.
The main differences between the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee lie in the space configurations and technology. While both models have 60/40 split-fold rear seats, the Cherokee interior offers a fold-flat front passenger seat and Cargo management system. Technology-wise, they both sport the Jeep UConnect system, which includes:
When it comes down to safety, the model with a slightly better protection system is the Jeep Cherokee. Both models offer Blind Spot Monitoring, LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist, and Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking. The Jeep Cherokee offers the following extra safety innovation, including ParkSense® Front and Rear Park Assist and Rear Cross Path Detection. These features will help you out while commuting and off-roading in New Berlin.