2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2021 Honda Pilot

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2021 Honda Pilot
2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2021 Honda Pilot
Horsepower
  293 hp 280 hp
Ground Clearance
  8.6 in. 7.3 in.
Infotainment Display
  7-in. touchscreen 5-in. display
Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
  Standard Available on other styles

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2021 Honda Pilot

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If you want a car that is ready for your adventures on-road and off, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee is your perfect companion. The Grand Cherokee has some of the most impressive power output and tow ratings for its class. It also has a comfortable, spacious, and tech-laden interior. You can spot a Grand Cherokee in a crowd with its distinctive styling that makes it stand out from the pack. Another vehicle that the Jeep competes with is the 2021 Honda Pilot. In comparison with the Pilot, the Grand Cherokee has more power and a unique outer shell. It also has a more comfortable cabin with more user-friendly technology.

Performance

If you want a car that can tow severe loads, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee should be your vehicle of choice. The 2021 Grand Cherokee is offered with four engines. The first is a V6 with a maximum power output of about 300 HP and 260 LB-FT in torque. Next up is an engine that's available for the Trailhawk trim levels and higher. This engine, a V8, delivers 360 HP. The SRT is eligible for an even more powerful engine capable of 470 HP and about 475 LB-FT, while the top engine produces over 700 HP and 645 LB-FT of torque. The Jeep can tow 7,200 pounds. The Honda Pilot, in contrast, has one engine for all of its trim levels. The Pilot's engine is a V6 that delivers 280 HP. The Pilot has a maximum tow rating of 5,000 pounds.

Style

The Jeep Grand Cherokee has a simultaneously contemporary and sporty exterior design. The 2021 Grand Cherokee starts with 18-inch wheels. A sunroof and power liftgate comes with the next trim, while the Trailhawk adds all-terrain tires and unique 18-inch wheels. The Overland gets 20-inch wheels and xenon headlights, while the Summit adds chrome exterior trim. The SRT and Trackhawk both get 20-inch wheels, and the Trackhawk has black exterior trim accents. A power liftgate and sunroof are not available for most trim levels of the Honda Pilot, and it doesn't have the same wide range of wheel and tire options as the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Interior & Technology

From the start, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is packed with features including keyless entry, a seven-inch infotainment display, and dual-zone climate control. The Honda Pilot starts with a five-inch display, and it doesn't offer Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, which are standard on the Jeep, until the top trims.

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