Capable machines aren’t rare in the market for new SUVs, but entries from Jeep and Dodge are in a weight class of their own. Here we explore some of the major differences buyers often consider when choosing between the 2021 Dodge Durango and the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee. If you like what you see, you can find both in our inventory at Fury Motors Saint Paul.
2021 Dodge Durango
2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee
|$32,245||Starting MSRP||$32,795 |
|293 - 710 horsepower||Engine Output||295 - 707 horsepower |
|5 - 7 passengers ||Seating Capacity||5 passengers (Up to 7 passengers on Grand Cherokee L) |
|Up to 8,700 pounds||Towing Capacity||Up to 7,200 pounds|
Body-on-frame SUVs are rare these days, but the Durango makes it clear that the competition hasn’t let up. The 2021 Dodge Durango takes an “SUV meets muscle car” approach with aggressive styling cues and brawn to match. The Durango’s maximum tow rating of 8,700 pounds makes it one of the best in the class for managing trailers, and the Hellcat line’s gutsy V8s are certainly a subject of envy. On top of it all, the 2021 Durango offers slightly more passenger and cargo space for your investment.