Today on the blog we’re looking at two of the biggest family movers on the market, and what each one has to offer to families on the Sunshine Coast.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Nissan Pathfinder are both large people-moving SUVs, but they have some significant differences. The Grand Cherokee is a luxury SUV that is known for its off-road capabilities and its higher price point, while the Pathfinder is a more family-oriented SUV that is better suited for on-road driving.
Both vehicles feature a similar fuel-consumption rate, meaning that what you gain in off-road capabilities with the Jeep Grand Cherokee you don’t lose any highway driving capabilities.
In terms of performance, the Grand Cherokee comes with a range of engine options, including a V6 and a V8 (depending on which version you’re interested in) and has a maximum towing capacity of 2800kg. The Pathfinder, on the other hand, comes with a V6 engine and has a maximum towing capacity of 2700kg meaning they are similarly powerful on a base level.
The Grand Cherokee also offers a more premium interior, with leather seats and a larger infotainment system, while the Pathfinder has a more basic interior with cloth seats on the base model of the vehicle.
In terms of safety features, both vehicles come kitted out with some of the best safety features that 2023 has to offer, such as intelligent driver alert systems and lane intervention, while the Pathfinder comes standard with tyre pressure controls and towing smoothing. The Grand Cherokee L comes standard with adaptive cruise control and night vision cameras for those off-road adventures.
Overall we want our customers to make informed choices about their vehicles, especially for their families, so we hope that today’s information has been useful to you in the pursuit of your new family vehicle. Are you looking for a brand new Nissan Pathfinder? Click HERE to speak to the experts, or HERE if you’re interested in an all new Jeep Grand Cherokee L.