Jeep's versatile SUV lineup is sure to please any fan of the brand. While this may hold true, there's still a bit of confusion between the Jeep Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee models. Are they part of the same model lineup? Different trim levels? Different models entirely? Take a look below to find out.

The truth is, they're both different models. While the Jeep Cherokee is a smaller, more compact SUV, the Grand Cherokee is a full-size SUV with more performance and space. If you're looking for something to drive in the city with ample, fuel-efficient performance at a more affordable price range, the Cherokee is your best choice. Otherwise, those looking for a more powerful vehicle with larger interior space and plans to do a little more off-road driving are better off with the Grand Cherokee.
As mentioned earlier, the Grand Cherokee offers a bigger performance boost in comparison to the Cherokee. The base model for the former comes included with a 3.6L Pentastar™ VVT V6 engine, boasting up to 295 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. If you're looking to get the absolute best-performing model, then look no further than the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk's unbelievable 6.2L V8 engine with up to an incredible 707 horsepower and 645 lb-ft of torque.

While the Grand Cherokee makes a name for itself as a powerful vehicle, the Cherokee doesn't get shortchanged in performance either. Standard on the base-model Cherokee is a 2.4L Tigershark® MultiAir® engine with a combined fuel efficiency rating of 9.3L/100km. Meanwhile, the Cherokee also offers a 2.0L I-4 Turbo engine that expertly enhances both power and fuel consumption with its 270 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, all at just 9.1L/100km.

Both vehicles offer luxurious interior options and seating for five for you to make the most out of your driving experience, as well as some of the most advanced driving technologies available. However, the real difference between the Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee is the one you can see, and feel, as soon as you step inside. With its rear seats folded, the Jeep Cherokee can fit up to 1,634-litres worth of cargo inside, with the option to add the available height-adjustable rear cargo floor. Meanwhile, the Grand Cherokee's folded-down 60/40 split-folding rear seats give you up to 1,934-litres worth of cargo space inside.

Want to learn more about the difference between the two models? Our website has everything you need to know about both the Jeep Cherokee and Grand Cherokee, so make sure to do your online research with us at Great West Chrysler!