You've heard about the adventures that lie within the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the great potential of the 2023 Toyota Highlander. Now it's time to put these two SUVs to the test by comparing them side by side to see which model offers the most for your drive.
We at Cecil Atkission CDJR- Uvalde have written this quick comparison so drivers can see which model blazes its own path and which model follows behind. If you live near Uvalde, Del Rio, and Laredo, TX, read on to decide which model you prefer.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee and the GMC Acadia are perfect for families thanks to their spacious cabins. However, these SUVs are perfect for drivers like you because of their driver-centric cockpits and innovative technologies.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee makes sure its drivers have all the opportunities they need to customize their performance. The 2023 model comes with a choice of two gas-powered engines plus one hybrid engine. The Toyota offers an advanced gas engine and follows in Jeep’s footsteps by adding on a hybrid engine option.
For now, let's compare the two model's most powerful all-gas powertrains:
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2023 Toyota Highlander
5.7L HEMI® V8
2.4-liter turbocharged engine
*When properly equipped
There's a clear difference in configurations as seen in the table above. Based on the two models’ towing capacities, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is the model to depend on when transporting hefty items. The Grand Cherokee adds on 2,200 more pounds of attachments compared to the Highlander. That's the difference between adding on an extra water ski, a small camper, or a 4-wheeler.
Of course, none of this extra power means much if you don't know how to handle it. Luckily, Jeep enables you to do just that with performance features found on the always-adventurous Grand Cherokee Trailhawk.
This trim is specifically made for the great outdoors and offers three advanced 4x4 systems for ultimate all-weather capability: Quadra-Trac I®, Quadra-Trac II®, and Quadra-Drive® II with an electronic limited-slip rear differential.
This model impresses off-road drivers with its all-star ratings in the following categories:
Unfortunately, the Toyota Highlander does not offer a trim with the same off-road focus as the Trailhawk.
Models like the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Toyota Highlander are reliable. Along with their solid framework and slew of passive safety systems, these models also build your confidence on the road with their standard and available driver-assistance aids.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee outdoes the Toyota Highlander when it comes to standard and available safety features. The Grand Cherokee offers over 110 standard and available features that are designed to help prevent and protect against accidental collisions.
It's not just how much this model offers, it's also about the advanced technology these features come with. For example, the Jeep Grand Cherokee introduces available hands-free Active Driving Assist. This system allows for hands-free driving on select highways and assists drivers in remaining aware while it takes over the wheel.
The Toyota Highlander does share similar standard safety systems as the Jeep model, like advanced high beams and a backup camera, for instance. However, the model does not supply drivers with hands-free safety features like its competitor.
Some days you’ll need room for a long area rug. Another day, you’ll need space for your kids’ closest friends. Whether your duties involve people-toting or cargo-carrying, the Grand Cherokee and the Highlander have the necessary accommodations.
The Toyota Highlander can seat up to eight people at a time. Though the standard seating capacity for the Jeep Grand Cherokee is five, the model makes room for extra riders when drivers add on the optional third row.
This allows families of all sizes to customize their seating arrangements, making it possible to hold seven passengers at a time. Plus, with standard seat folding, you can fold unused seats into the floor of your model, making more room for important gear.
Speaking of customizations, Jeep drivers are given a bunch of options to add their spin to the cabin. Starting with the luxury-filled Summit model that offers Nappa Leather seats in two elite colors! Plus, the Grand Cherokee offers available 16-way adjustable seats with memory and massage for those seated in the driver and front-passenger seats.
To top off your interior design skills, add on the available multicolor ambient LED lighting system, which allows drivers to change the color of the cabin’s lighting to match any mood.
While the Highlander has impressive and comforting features of its own, it goes without 16-way adjustable seats with massage functionality.
It's safe to say that both lineups and their 2023 models aim to impress future drivers with their strong performance, integrated interior, and all-around safety. We can also agree that the 2023 Toyota Highlander is a solid choice for your family SUV.
However, if you're looking for a durable, versatile engine, luxurious features, and plenty of available safety features, we suggest taking a drive in the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
If you live near Uvalde, Del Rio, or Laredo, TX, reach out to the team at Cecil Atkission CDJR- Uvalde and test drive the Grand Cherokee today!
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