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Compare 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L vs 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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


3.6L V6 3.6L V6


290 hp 293 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

19/26 * 19/26 *

  Seating Capacity

6-7 Passengers 5 Passengers

  Cargo Space

84.6 cu. ft. 68.3 cu. ft.

  Infotainment Display

8.4-in. touchscreen 7.0-in. touchscreen

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L vs 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Serving Gouverneur, NY

For several decades, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been a top option for SUV shoppers who refuse to compromise in key areas like performance and luxury. As a midsize crossover SUV with a two-passenger cabin, the Grand Cherokee has always had plenty of space for cargo and passengers. In 2021, the Grand Cherokee line gets even better by introducing the three-row Grand Cherokee L. The Grand Cherokee L is notably similar to the two-row Grand Cherokee, but it is a stand-alone model. The primary difference between these Jeep models is the cabin configuration. Still, there are a few additional points to explore before making your purchase at Team Blevins Chrysler Dodge Jeep.


The capabilities of the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the new Grand Cherokee L are almost identical. They are both equipped with a V8 engine that boasts a 7,200-pound towing capacity. They also have functional ground clearance, Selec-Terrain traction management, and a quadra-lift suspension system. Both models are available with various options and packages, so you should plan to get more familiar with their capabilities through a few test drives.


You can appreciate noticeable similarities between the exteriors of the Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee L. Both models have a wide grille with a row of rectangular elements. They also both have rectangular headlights with LED accent lights. The 2021 Grand Cherokee is a bold vehicle with confident dimensions, striking definition through the sides, and a slightly curved nose. The total perimeter of the headlights is outlined by an LED light bar. In comparison, the Grand Cherokee L has a taller and flatter roofline and a flatter nose. While the grille design is comparable, it is noticeably shorter to make room for a prominent air vent mounted in the lower front fascia. In addition, the LED accent light on the Grand Cherokee L’s headlights runs only along the top edge.


Both of these Jeep models are loaded with premium features that will undoubtedly elevate your driving experience. Their standard features across various trims are smart device integration, a Harman Kardon or Alpine sound system, a dual-pane moonroof, heated front seats with memory settings, leather material, and other exciting items. Depending on the configuration selected, you can take advantage of seating for either six or seven passengers in the Grand Cherokee L. Choose the Grand Cherokee L as your next SUV. Your vehicle will have ambient lighting with multiple color choices, the new UConnect 5 media system, a 10.1-inch color display screen, massaging front seats, wood accents, and few other extras.

Are you still trying to decide between the 2021 Grand Cherokee and the 2021 Grand Cherokee L? Stop by Team Blevins Chrysler Dodge Jeep to continue your model and trim comparisons in person with the support of our sales reps.

* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.

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