2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L
2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee

vs.

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L
$34,970

Base MSRP

$38,635
Up to 68.3 cubic feet

Cargo Volume

Up to 84.6 cubic feet
105 cubic feet

Passenger Volume

152 cubic feet
19 city / 26 highway EPA-estimated MPG

Fuel Economy

19 city / 26 highway EPA-estimated MPG
295 to 707 hp

Horsepower

290 hp
3,500 to 7,200 pounds

Towing Capacity

6,200 pounds

These Jeep SUV models share awfully similar names, but they are not the same. While the Jeep Grand Cherokee is a leg up from the Cherokee, the Grand Cherokee L takes the Grand Cherokee even further. So do you need the grand version of the first-ever model or do you need to go the max? With size being the main difference dividing the Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee L, other differences are created as well. Find out more in the following 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee L guide!

 

 

Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Grand Cherokee L: Cost

At first glance, you will notice that these two Jeep SUVs start at different price tags. The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee has more configurations in its lineup while offering a range of starting MSRPs from $34,970 and $88,690. On the other hand, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L has fewer configurations and has a range of starting MSRPs from $38,635 and $63,690. See the Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Grand Cherokee prices across the respective lineups below!

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee

  • Grand Cherokee Laredo E (4×2): $34,970 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Freedom: $37,410 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Laredo X: $38,715 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Limited: $41,195 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Limited X: $46,045 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee 80th Anniversary: $43,485 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Trailhawk®: $46,395 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Overland: $47,735 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee High Altitude: $50,680 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Summit: $54,085 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee SRT®: $70,185 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee Trackhawk®: $88,690 MSRP

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L

  • Grand Cherokee L Laredo: $38,635 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee L Altitude: $42,195 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee L Limited: $46,340 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee L Overland: $55,135 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee L Summit: $57,585 MSRP
  • Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve: $63,635 MSRP

If you are leaning towards the Grand Cherokee, you can take advantage of our specials. Like the Grand Cherokee L? We also have specials for you! No matter which model you choose, you can get a great deal near the Round Rock area when you shop at Nyle Maxwell Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.

Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Grand Cherokee L: Interior Space

Many drivers wished that the Grand Cherokee had more space, so Jeep created the Grand Cherokee L! It is no surprise then that the Grand Cherokee L will be more spacious. However, bigger isn’t always better. Depending on your needs, you might find either model to be more suitable for you. The Grand Cherokee has more than enough room for daily Cedar Park commutes for up to 5 passengers. If you have a bigger family, you will want to consider the three-row Grand Cherokee L! Check out the interior dimensions below.

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Interior Dimensions

  • Passenger Volume: 105.0 cubic feet
  • Headroom (1st/2nd Row): 39.9 inches / 39.2 inches
  • Legroom (1st/2nd Row): 40.3 inches / 38.6 inches
  • Maximum Cargo Space: 68.3 cubic feet

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Interior Dimensions

  • Passenger Volume: 152.0 cubic feet
  • Headroom (1st/2nd/3rd Row): 39.8/39.9/37.3 inches
  • Legroom (1st/2nd/3rd Row): 41.3/39.4/30.3 inches
  • Maximum Cargo Space: 84.6 cubic feet

Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Grand Cherokee L: Engine

Both SUVs have reliable performance for all of your drives in the Georgetown area. However, the Grand Cherokee provides four engine options while the Jeep Grand Cherokee L only offers one. Take a look at the engine options below.

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Engine Options

  • 6.2L Supercharged V8 Engine, producing 707 hp
  • 6.4L V8 SRT® with Fuel Saver Engine, producing 475 hp
  • 5.7L V8 with Fuel Saver and VVT Engine, producing 360 hp
  • 3.6L Pentastar V6 with Variable-Valve Timing (VVT) Engine, producing 295 hp

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Engine Options

  • 3.7L V6 Engine, producing 290 hp

Immerse Yourself in a New Jeep SUV in Austin

Each Cherokee model has its unique features that keep SUV drivers asking for more versions! While we gave you a glimpse into the Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee L, you will need to come to Nyle Maxwell Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram to explore them fully. Contact us to schedule a test drive now!

 

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