Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Ford Explorer

May 28th, 2019 by

The 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee is an elegant SUV that’s track ready and street proven! It has a distinct look of luxury with safety and security being a priority. To show the stellar features and array of options it offers, we are showing some elements from both the 2019 Ford Explorer and the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee.


Jeep Grand Cherokee

Available Bi-Xenon High-Intensity Discharge Headlamps that are elegant and impactful
20-Inch Fully Polished Aluminum Wheels
12 Jeep Grand Cherokee Models
4 Exterior Colors to choose from
Ultra-premium luxury and handcrafted finishes
Tinted Glass

Ford Explorer

LED Automatic Low Beam Headlamps and LED Taillamps
Body-color Liftgate Spoiler
Black lower front and rear bumpers, wheel lip moldings and bodyside cladding
Privacy Glass, Second and Third Rows with Solar Tint
3 Exterior Colors to choose from


Jeep Grand Cherokee

5 interior options
Digital Cluster Display in full color and 7-inches
Harman Kardon® Premium Audio System includes a 10-inch subwoofer and 19 high-performance speakers
High-quality, crafted interior–from the use of available exotic open-pore wood trim and available anodized metal accents
Ventilated and heated seats along with heated steering wheel
A standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat—along with convenient compartments designed to fit everything

Ford Explorer

Dome/map lights in all 3 rows
Integrated key FOB
Manual day/night rearview mirror
Cloth Seating
AM/FM MP3 Compatible radio with six speakers
Steering wheel with cruise control, 5-way controls, and secondary audio controls


Jeep Grand Cherokee

Accelerating from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
Supercharged 6.2L V8 engine which powers up with launch control and torque reserve system that also delivers a spectacular 11.6-second quarter-mile time.
The Bilstein® Adaptive Suspension system can adjust the dampers for sport or track performance if desired, while the rear Electronic Limited Slip Differential features a four-point axle mounting to distribute the massive power to the wheels better.
Jeep® Quadra-Trac® Active On-Demand 4×4 System on SRT® and Trackhawk® features a full-time active transfer case to deliver traction in all driving situations.
Selec-Track® System on SRT® and Trackhawk® uses performance-tuned software in five dynamic Drive Modes: Auto, Sport, Track, Snow, and Tow to personalize the vehicle’s performance
Instant Performance Readings with Performance Pages
7,200 lb Towing Capacity with 19 city / 26 highway MPG

Ford Explorer

MPG: 17/24
3.5L Ti-VCT V6
Hill Start Assist
Trailer Sway Control
Electronic Power Assisted Steering
Independent front and rear suspension system


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