Compare 2023 Jeep Cherokee vs 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2023 Jeep Cherokee vs 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2023 Jeep Cherokee 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee


3.2L V6 3.6L V6


271 hp 293 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

19/27 * 19/26 *

  Max Cargo Space

54.7 cubic feet 70.8 cubic feet

  Max Towing Capacity

4,500 lbs ** 7,200 lbs **

2023 Jeep Cherokee vs 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Serving Hopkinsville, KY

The Jeep Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee are two popular SUVs that have captured the attention of shoppers for many years. At White's Auto Mall CDJR, we understand that our customers are eager to learn about the differences between these models. We are here to support you as you get to know the 2023 Cherokee and the 2023 Grand Cherokee in person, and we will happily assist you with a test drive soon. So, what can you expect from these Jeep SUVs?


The 2023 Cherokee is available with two powertrain options across its four trims. The standard engine is a V6, 3.2-liter system that produces 271 horsepower, while the alternative is a turbo 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine that generates 270 horsepower. Both options come with a nine-speed automatic transmission. The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee, on the other hand, offers three engine options across its five trims. The base engine is a 3.6-liter V6 that produces 293 horsepower. The other options include a 375-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder PHEV and a 357-horsepower, 5.7-liter V8 system.


The Jeep Cherokee is a compact crossover, while the Grand Cherokee is a midsize crossover. The Cherokee features a boxy style with thick body molding that surrounds its squared-off wheel fenders and tall bumper. Its small bar-like grille is paired with triangular LED-enhanced headlights, and the sides have a smooth, swiped look. In comparison, the 2023 Grand Cherokee has body-colored elements throughout its lower perimeter, including the bumpers. Its grille is taller and wider, and it is paired with rectangular headlights. The Grand Cherokee also has a commanding black element below the grille that holds the tow hooks.


Both models are two-row vehicles and share numerous features at different trim levels, such as a hands-free liftgate, a navigation system, heated front and rear seats, a sunroof, a premium sound system, an auto-dimming rear mirror, leather material, driver's memory settings, smart device app connectivity, a household-style power outlet, smart safety tech, and more. The Grand Cherokee offers additional features, such as a passenger-side touch display screen, a night vision camera, a surround-view camera, parking sensors with auto braking, and a rear entertainment system.

A closer look at the 2023 Jeep Cherokee and the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee will help you make an informed decision when selecting an SUV that delivers the on-the-road experience you expect. Contact our White's Auto Mall CDJR sales office today for personalized assistance with your continued review of these models.

* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.
** When properly equipped. See dealer for details.