2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Cargo Bay, Passenger Volume, and More
The SUV segment is absolutely jam-packed. Every automaker has multiple crossovers and SUVs to choose from. For instance, Jeep offers the Renegade, Compass, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, and Wrangler. With each auto company having similar numbers, there’s well over 100 choices to choose from. One thing to help you decide between them all is utility. And one way to measure utility is to look at how much space a vehicle offers.
We’ll start with how much cargo space the 2021 Grand Cherokee has.
Dimensions and Measurements
The 2021 Grand Cherokee is a roomy two-row midsize SUV. Behind the rear row, there’s 36.3 cu-ft of cargo space, perfect for a day’s worth of errands or stowing the kids’ sports gear. If you need some more space, you can fold down the rear seats, pumping up the cargo space to 68.3 cu-ft. Seating is similarly spacious. There’s 40.3 inches of legroom in front and 38.6 inches of legroom in the rear. Head room for the front seats clocks in at 39.9 inches, while the rear seats come in at 39.2 inches.
Every Grand Cherokee is very smartphone friendly. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth are all standard. You can control smartphone apps and SiriusXM satellite radio from the 7-inch touchscreen. The Grand Cherokee also features dual-zone automatic control, push-button start, and keyless entry. Standard safety features include blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert, rear parking sensors, and a rearview camera.