What's the Differance Between the All-New Jeep Grand Cherokee L and the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK?

Jeep Grand Cherokee L

Jeep Grand Cherokee WK

Is the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK or the Jeep Grand Cherokee L Better for Your Cornelius Lifestyle?

There's nothing quite like getting behind the wheel of a new Jeep brand SUV that brings power and durability to your daily Mooresville drives. Two of our most popular models that fulfill these needs for families around the area are the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee L. Discover key differences and similarities between these two powerful SUVs today with your local Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram to decide between the two.

Differences Come in Size, Shape, and Seating

If you've been searching for that classic crossover-style stance that provides you with two rows of seating for five passengers, a comfortable and versatile exterior stance that fits in with other SUVs on the roads these days, then you're looking for the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK. Those looking for three rows of seating, a little bit more dominance on the roads, and the added cargo and legroom of a longer, larger vehicle, are looking for the Jeep Grand Cherokee L. This model is also nearly 300-pounds heavier than the classic Jeep Grand Cherokee WK, which certainly makes a difference in handling and performance.

Cargo Space and Interior Adjustment Options

Being an inherently larger vehicle, the Jeep Grand Cherokee L will naturally provide more cargo space than its smaller sibling, which is ideal for many families in the Concord region. Enjoy up to 46.9-cubic-feet of cargo room behind the second row of seating in the L, with 37.7-cubic-feet of space behind the second row in the classic model. With a three-row configuration in the L, you'll enjoy a sliding second row that ensures third-row passengers can both climb inside comfortably and sit with the appropriate amount of legroom. In other words, this model comes with a third row that can accommodate adults if needed. Both models offer a carbon copy of the same front row with identical measurements, but the second row in the traditional model is fixed.

Decide on the Trim Level that's Right for Charlotte Drives

One of the key differences between these two models is the trim level lineup. Generally speaking, the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK offers more trail-oriented models in the upper half of its lineup, while the Jeep Grand Cherokee L provides shoppers with more luxurious options as they climb the trim level ladder. Those who want to try out a plug-in hybrid will need to opt for the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK 4xe. Those who want to experience one of the most iconic names in all-terrain ability will need to go with the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK Trailhawk-two options you won't find as part of the Jeep Grand Cherokee L lineup.

Features You Can Count on in Both Models

Lucky for shoppers here at Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, both of these SUVs are power, striking, and safe. Get a similar slate of tech integration featuring easy-to-use 10-inch screens, the option for head-up displays and digital gauge clusters, and more. Safety features like lane keeping assistance, blind spot warnings, and even adaptive cruise control all come as standard features.

Book Your Test Drive with a Favorite near Huntersville

Ready to kickstart your shopping experience now that you know a fair amount about the differences between the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK and its big brother, the Jeep Grand Cherokee L? Book a test drive appointment with your local dealership, Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, today. Our team is happy to guide you through the shopping experience with ease.

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