The Cargo Capacity Behind the First Row With the Rear Seats Folded Is 81.7 Cu. Ft. in Explorer vs. 68.3 Cu. Ft. for Grand Cherokee
That Means You Can Carry More Cargo Behind the First Row in Explorer Than You Can in Grand Cherokee
A Hands-Free, Foot-Activated Liftgate Is Available on Explorer, a Feature Ideal for When Your Hands Are Full
You Can’t Get This Feature on Grand Cherokee
Ford Explorer Has Been the #1-Selling SUV in the U.S. Over the Past 29 Years*
Grand Cherokee Cannot Make That Claim
All these smart features make Ford the clear choice.