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Are you shopping for a new five-person SUV? If so, you may be considering two of the segment’s most popular picks — the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Toyota 4Runner. While the Toyota 4Runner is stark competition, we at Team One Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Of Gadsden are convinced that the Grand Cherokee more than lives up to the challenge with a lower price-tag, a more powerful base-level engine, and more. Compare the new Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Toyota 4Runner below to learn more about their prices, warranty coverages, and performance specs!
If you’re like most Anniston car shoppers, price is an important deciding factor for you. The 2021 Toyota 4Runner is considerably more expensive with a starting MSRP of $36,340. The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee, on the other hand, has a starting MSRP of $32,370. That’s a difference of nearly $4,000. There are also some key differences in terms of warranty coverage from both brands:
Jeep Grand Cherokee Warranty Coverage:
Toyota 4Runner Warranty Coverage:
Both SUVs’ base-level trims come with capable V6 engines. When you compare the two, however, it’s apparent that not only is the Grand Cherokee more powerful, but it’s also more fuel-efficient. Below, you can compare both models’ performance specs and decide for yourself which makes more sense for your Anniston commute:
When you compare the Jeep Grand Cherokee vs. Toyota 4Runner, the Grand Cherokee pulls ahead with a stronger base-level V6 engine, greater fuel economy, and a more affordable price-tag. If you’re ready to experience the Grand Cherokee for yourself, contact us online or call us at 256-456-9277 to schedule a test drive. Be sure to browse our new vehicle specials for offers on new Jeep models like the Grand Cherokee!