2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. 2021 Jeep Cherokee

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


3.6L V6 2.4L I-4


293 180

  MPG (City/Highway)

19/26 * 22/31 *

  Cargo Space

68.3 cu. ft. 54.7 cu. ft.

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2021 Jeep Cherokee

Serving Raynham, MA

Both the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Cherokee get updates in 2021. This year, the Grand Cherokee still has the same amenities, appearance, and features for most trims. However, the Limited trim can now be accessorized with an 80th Anniversary Edition commemorative package that gives it a unique appearance. The Grand Cherokee returns with the same lineup. All trims get plush interiors with an abundance of luxury and technology. The Jeep Cherokee has more comprehensive updates for 2021. This year’s Jeep features an expanded lineup with an 80th Anniversary trim and a Latitude variant called the Lux. The Cherokee also offers a safer ride in 2021 with the addition of more standard safety amenities. More conveniences are added to all trims as well.


Four engines are offered for the 2021 Grand Cherokee. The first two trims get a 3.6L V6 that creates 295 HP and 260 LB-FT of torque. Next, a 5.7L V8 is available for the following three trims. The SRT gets its engine, which is a 6.4L V8 that delivers up to 470 HP. The Trackhawk has a mighty supercharged V8 that generates 707 HP. The Cherokee offers two standard engines. The first is a 2.4L four-cylinder that creates 180 HP and 170 LB-FT in torque. Four-wheel drive is available. The next engine is a 3.6L V6 standard on the Latitude Lux. This engine produces 271 HP. The Lux is available with a 2.0L engine that delivers 270 HP as well.


The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee is the more massive Jeep, while the Cherokee has a sportier exterior design. The Grand Cherokee begins with the Laredo, which has 18-inch wheels. A power liftgate is added to the second trim. The Trailhawk has an off-road oriented design with hardy all-terrain tires and distinctive 18-inch wheels. The Overland has 20-inch wheels and xenon headlights, while the Summits adds chrome accents. The Cherokee includes 17-inch alloy wheels and roof rails. The Latitude Plus adds fog lights. The Trailhawk gets sturdy off-road tires and the Limited upgrades to 18-inch wheels.


A seven-inch infotainment display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is standard on both trims. The second Grand Cherokee trim gets a leather steering wheel and a larger eight-inch display, along with standard WiFi. Unique leather seats and ventilated front seats are added to the top trims. The Cherokee has many standard safety aids, multiple USB ports, and heated front seats as higher-end amenities.

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* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.