Jeep now has three exceptional three-row SUVs: Grand Cherokee L, Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. The two veteran models, the 2021 Jeep Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer, are some of the most luxurious, most capable SUVs on the road. The all-new 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee has been redesigned to upgrade the luxury SUV category while still offering exceptional value. In other words, you can’t go wrong with any of them. Here’s a look at some key differences.

How Do These Three SUVs Compare In Terms of Size?

The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are 10 inches wider and 10 inches longer than Grand Cherokee L. So it’s logical that the two Wagoneer models seat up to eight passengers, while the Grand Cherokee L seats seven. Another key difference: The two Jeep Wagoneer SUVs will be body-on-frame while the Grand Cherokee L is unibody construction. Both are powerful frames, but the Wagoneer twosome will be larger, more powerful and have better towing capability. Overall length for the Wagoneer duo: 214.7 inches vs. 204.9 for the Grand Cherokee L. More length provides the ability to absorb impact in a crash, and better overall stability to help avoid a crash in the first place.

What Are The Price Differences?

The Jeep Wagoneer has a $20,000 higher price tag than the less-expensive-but-still premium Grand Cherokee L. If you want the top of the line, the Grand Wagoneer will cost over $50,00 more than the Grand Cherokee L. Of course, extra money buys a lot of nice, higher-end features and capabilities. Bottom line: All three are outstanding SUVs. It just depends on your budget and your priorities.

How Much Space Inside?

As expected, the two Wagoneer models are the most spacious, but all three are more than adequate. The two Wagoneer SUVs have 179.2 cubit feet of interior passenger space while the Grand Cherokee L has 20 cubit feet less: 159.2 in total. For storing all your gear, the Jeep Wagoneer has 116.7 cubic feet of cargo space behind the first-row seats and 70.8 behind the second row of seats. The Grand Wagoneer has 94.2 cubit feet behind the first row and is almost identical to the Jeep Wagoneer behind the second row at 70.9 cubic feet. The Grand Cherokee L provides 84.6 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the first row and 46.9 cubic feet of cargo space behind the second row.

Power Vs. More Power: How Do the Engines Compare?

As expected, the two Jeep Wagoneer models are heavyweight champs. For the Wagoneer, a 5.7-Liter HEMI V-8 with eTorque hybrid assist is standard and delivers 392 horsepower. For the top-tier Jeep Grand Wagoneer, the standard engine is a 6.4-Liter V-8 with 471 horsepower. The Grand Cherokee L offers a range of standard options. For all four trims, the Laredo, Limited, Overland, and Summit models, a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 is standard with two-wheel drive. A more powerful 5.7-liter V-8 is available on the Overland and Summit models and comes standard with four-wheel drive.

The two Wagoneer models both have the same durable transmission: the TorqueFlite 8HP75 automatic with 8-speed overdrive. The Grand Cherokee L has a nearly identical TorqueFlite 8HP70 automatic, also with 8-speed overdrive.

Make Your Own Comparison: Test Drive Three Great Jeep Three-Row SUVs Today

Try out the Grand Cherokee L, Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer for yourself and see why they’re three of the most appealing SUVs anywhere in Pennsylvania. If you live in a community like nearby Harrisburg, PA, visit us at Forrer Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Duncannon, PA soon and test drive some of the best new SUVs ever from Jeep, the company that started the SUV in the first place.

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