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Let’s start with the interior of both vehicles. While both provide heat, ventilation, and massage in the front seats, the Grand Wagoneer comes with 24-way adjustable power front seats. The GMC only comes with 16-way power front seats in the Denali trim.
Look up and you’ll see a panoramic sunroof in each SUV. The Grand Wagoneer spans three panes worth with its Tri-Pane Panoramic Sunroof. on the GMC, it features dual-pane views only.
If you’re aiming for a high level of performance, go for the SUV that delivers. It’s gotta be the Grand Wagoneer! The 6.4L HEMI® V8 engine produces 470 horsepower, while the available 3.0L Hurricane Twin-Turbo 510 I6 engine generates 510 horsepower. If you’re driving a GMC, it produces 420 horsepower at its best.
Are you hoping to tow a boat or a trailer with your SUV? What towing capacity do you need? The Grand Wagoneer can tow up to 9,850 pounds when properly equipped, so you’ll be covered. The GMC stops at a maximum of 8,200 pounds when properly configured.
Whether you’re staying on solid ground or traversing more uneven terrain, a traction system can be your best friend when you want a smooth ride. The Wagoneer’s standard Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System supplies you with five diverse modes so that you’ll be equipped to handle any road or off-road.
Surprisingly, the GMC does not match the number of modes in its traction system. The Traction Selection System comes with only three modes to use.