Compare the 2019 Ford Explorer With the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Ford Explorer Is the #1-Selling Three-Row SUV in the U.S.*

Grand Cherokee Cannot Make That Claim

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 SUVs Have the Highest Brand Loyalty in the Industry*

Explorer Is Part of the Ford SUV Family

The 2019 Ford Explorer Has Available Seven-Passenger Seating

The Grand Cherokee Does Not Offer This

Ford Explorer Has Been the #1-Selling SUV in the U.S. Over the Past 29 Years*

Grand Cherokee Cannot Make That Claim

The 2019 Ford Explorer Can Be Equipped With Available Inflatable Outboard Rear Safety Belts

This Is One More Feature You Cannot Get on Grand Cherokee

Things like this make us better.

Side Parking Sensor

One more innovative technology feature available on Explorer.

Front 180-Degree Camera

An available feature that helps you drive more confidently. *

Parallel Parking

See how Explorer can make parking less of a chore.*

Perpendicular Parking

Find out how Explorer virtually parks itself.*

Park Out Assist

In a tight parking spot? Explorer can help.*

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All these smart features make Ford the clear choice.

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