When you compare the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the 2018 Chevy Traverse, a number of key differences quickly appear. You’ll get more towing capacity and stronger off-road capability in the Grand Cherokee. Explore more advantages today!
Body Style: The Traverse, a mid-size Chevrolet SUV, comes standard with three rows of seating, while the Grand Cherokee includes two rows. Depending on the size of your family, one might work better than the other.
Towing Capacity: While the Chevy Traverse towing capacity tops out at 1,500 pounds, it doesn’t come close to the available 7,200 pound towing capacity of the new Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Grand Cherokee Trailhawk: For the best in off-road capability near Ft. Worth, TX, pick the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. You won’t find a Quadra-Lift Air Suspension or an Electronic Limited-Slip Differential in the Traverse.
Reviews: In U.S. News and World Report’s Chevrolet Traverse review, they awarded this Chevy SUV an 8.3 overall score, while the Grand Cherokee exceeded it with an overall score of 8.5.