Ourisman Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM-Bowie knows perfectly well the kind of choices available when you’re looking for a solid crossover SUV. Read on for a look at two standout models and how they fare in a head-to-head matchup. Let’s take a look at the Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Toyota Highlander.
Exterior Design & Interior Size
The Toyota Highlander’s sloping lines are eye-catching, but the Jeep Grand Cherokee has a solid, arresting style built on the classic, commanding Jeep design.
At first glance, the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Toyota Highlander have similar dimensions. While they have similar head and leg room inside, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is slightly smaller and shorter, making it easier to park and maneuver.
Performance & Power
The Toyota Highlander can muster a respectable 295 horsepower, with a tow rating of up to 5,000 lbs. However, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has a range of engines to choose from, giving it a range of 293 to 707 hp.
This means the Jeep Grand Cherokee can haul up to 7,200 lbs, making it an ideal option for both work and play. The Toyota Highlander is very limited to what it can add to your adventures.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee comes standard with the kind of luxury amenities and conveniences you’ve come to expect from a modern SUV.
Seamlessly integrate your digital devices from the get-go with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ connectivity. The Jeep Uconnect® app lets you check your vehicle’s health, find it in a parking lot, and even start the engine remotely.
Overall, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is a superior option for a crossover SUV. Find out for yourself and schedule a test drive at Ourisman Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM-Bowie today!