The Jeep Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee L are both exceptional, stylish SUVs that are plenty of fun to drive in Stockton. Both vehicles bring plenty of positive qualities to the table. Figuring out which one is right for you is a matter of looking at their differences and determining which one better lines up with your needs. Here is how they differ.

Seating and Passenger Space

The most obvious difference between the Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee L is the number of seats. The Grand Cherokee is a two-row SUV with five seats, while the Grand Cherokee L is a three-way SUV with six seats. The Grand Cherokee L has a passenger volume of 151.9 cubic feet, while the Grand Cherokee has a passenger volume of 144.6 cubic feet.

Cargo Volume

When you need to pack as much cargo as you can into your vehicle, the Grand Cherokee L is a superb option. The Grand Cherokee L has a maximum cargo volume of 84.6 cubic feet. Meanwhile, the Grand Cherokee has a maximum cargo volume of 70.8 cubic feet. However, if you need to pack a lot of cargo without folding down any seats, then you might want to opt for the Grand Cherokee. It has 37.7 cubic feet behind the second row of seats, while the Grand Cherokee L has 17.2 cubic feet behind its third row of seats.

Size and Weight

The Grand Cherokee is 193.5 inches long, 70.8 inches high, and has a curb weight of 4,238 pounds. The Grand Cherokee L is 204.9 inches long, 71.5 inches height, and has a curb weight of 4,618 pounds.

Test Drive a Jeep SUV Today

If you think the Grand Cherokee or Grand Cherokee L might be your dream SUV, then you should visit Stockton Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram and take one on a test drive. To schedule your test drive, contact us today!

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