Jeep Grand Cherokee L vs Jeep Grand Cherokee
Many around Shrewsbury, Worcester, and Auburn, MA, may be curious how these two vehicles stack up. We’ve thought about that at Harr Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram too. So, we decided to craft a 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee comparison!
Grand Cherokee L vs Grand Cherokee: What’s the Difference in Cabin Space?
The main reason you might move from the traditional Grand Cherokee to the Grand Cherokee L is the third row. So, in general, how does the cabin of the Grand Cherokee L compare to its slightly smaller sibling, the Grand Cherokee?
Well, first, there’s the matter of cargo space. The 2-row Grand Cherokee is capable of supporting plenty of goods. The maximum cargo volume measures 68.3 cubic feet, while the cargo area behind the second row measures 36.3 cubic feet.
As you might imagine, the Grand Cherokee L is more spacious, offering 17.2 cubic feet of cargo room behind the third row and 84.6 cubic feet of maximum storage room!
The Jeep Grand Cherokee L is a touch roomier for passengers in each row too. The front legroom measures 41.3 inches and the second-row legroom measures 39.4 inches. By comparison, the Jeep Grand Cherokee offers 40.3 inches for front occupants and 38.6 inches for those in back.
Third-row passenger measurements for the Jeep Grand Cherokee L are:
- 30.3 inches of legroom
- 37.3 inches of headroom
- 56.3 inches of hip room
- 51.9 inches of shoulder room
The passenger volume of the 2-row SUV checks in at 105 cubic feet, while the 3-row variant offers 152 cubic feet.
Grand Cherokee L vs Grand Cherokee: Similarly Capable
There isn’t much difference in the capability of these two renowned SUVs. If you want to do a lot of towing or opt for a large engine, both the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Grand Cherokee L can accommodate.
Maximum towing capacity for each SUV tops out at 7,200 pounds when properly equipped. You can confidently travel off-road in either model too.
Each Grand Cherokee can be outfitted with the acclaimed Quadra-Lift® Air Suspension System, which will alter the ground clearance of the vehicle to help you overcome rugged terrain. The maximum ground clearance of the Jeep Grand Cherokee L measures 10.9 inches, while the maximum ground clearance of the Grand Cherokee measures a near-identical 10.8 inches.
Each Version of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Excels at its Mission
At its core, the Grand Cherokee has always been a rugged, capable SUV ideal for families around Worcester, Auburn, and Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Which size is best for you comes down to preference. If you want to sit in and test drive both the Jeep Grand Cherokee L and the Jeep Grand Cherokee, you can do so at Harr CDJR!