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2019 Ford Explorer VS Jeep Grand Cherokee | Ponca City, OK

2019 Ford Explorer In Ponca City, OK

Which SUV Should You Choose?

If you’re in the market for a dependable SUV, you’ve probably considered both the Ford Explorer and the Jeep® Grand Cherokee. While both vehicles are tough and capable, the Explorer offers more versatility, better efficiency, and finer interior amenities. Here are a few reasons the Ford Explorer comes out on top. Want to experience what makes the Ford Explorer a winner? Visit Jack Bowker Ford Lincoln in Ponca City, OK for a test drive.

2019 Ford Explorer TechnologyTechnology

The Ford Explorer comes with a number of conveniences you won’t find on the Jeep® Grand Cherokee. For instance, the Explorer’s rearview camera comes standard with a washer to keep your view clear, while the Grand Cherokee doesn’t have this capability. The Explorer also comes with exclusive Ford+Alexa capabilities. With Ford+Alexa, you can control your compatible smart-home devices, utilize Alexa’s 30,000 skills, access voice-controlled navigation, get live traffic updates, and shop with Amazon Prime right from your vehicle. The Jeep® Grand Cherokee doesn’t offer a similar service.

2019 Ford Explorer EfficiencyEfficiency

The Grand Cherokee, you’re stuck with a vehicle that guzzles 21 mpg highway. On the other hand, when you drive the Ford Explorer, you can cruise along with 27 mpg on the highway.

2019 Ford Explorer SpaceInterior

When it comes to having a spacious interior, the Explorer wins by a landslide. The Ford Explorer offers seven seats and 80.7 cubic feet of maximum cargo volume, while the Jeep® Grand Cherokee only has five seats and 68.3 cubic feet of space. Passengers in the Explorer will have more room to stretch out, too, with 152 cubic feet of passenger room, compared to the Grand Cherokee’s 105 cubic feet. Plus, the Explorer offers PowerFold® third-row seats — while the Grand Cherokee doesn’t even offer third-row seating. You can even express your style better with the Ford Explorer’s seven interior design choices, which offer bold options like Ebony Black and Copper. The Grand Cherokee offers two to four design options, while most trim levels only offer black seating.
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