Ford Bronco vs Jeep Grand Cherokee

Ford Bronco


Jeep Grand Cherokee

Ford Bronco


Jeep Grand Cherokee

Starting MSRP

Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, Everglades, Raptor


Laredo, Altitude, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, Summit, Summit Reserve
20 City / 21 Hwy

Fuel Economy

19 City / 26 Hwy

Ford Bronco vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee: Compare Pricing, Trims & MPG

“Years of research, testing, and development went into the modern Ford Bronco. Each component from bumper to bumper was selected to provide an unforgettable driving experience on every trip.” The Jeep Grand Cherokee keeps “owners coming back for adventure.“ Discover more in our comparison guide.

Performance and Handling

When it comes to performance, the Jeep Grand Cherokee offers more power. However, the Ford’s performance is still up to par with three powertrains to choose from.

And while the Jeep offers RWD and AWD capabilities, the Ford comes standard with 4×4 capabilities and offers more standard torque. Plus, you can choose between a 7-speed or a 10-speed automatic transmission. To top it all off, both SUVs come with an array of performance features that add to the driving experiences they offer.

Ford Bronco


Jeep Grand Cherokee
2.3L EcoBoost, 2.7L EcoBoost, 3.0L EcoBoost

Engine Options

3.6L V6, 5.7L HEMI V8
7-Speed Manual, 10-Speed Automatic


8-Speed Automatic
275 - 315 HP


293 - 375 HP


315 - 410 lb-ft.


257 - 470 lb-ft.


Exterior Features

The Ford is slightly more compact than the Jeep, allowing to tackle tougher terrains and obstacles. In terms of design, the Bronco features a modern, yet rugged design that is perfect for every outdoor enthusiast. The Jeep’s exterior pays homage to the original Grand Cherokee, but lacks the functionality that the Bronco offers.

The Bronco comes in five color options and the Grand Cherokee comes in a total of 16 options. However, the Ford offers 13 wheel designs to choose from, whereas the Jeep offers six.

Ford Bronco


Jeep Grand Cherokee

Length (in.)


Width (w/out mirrors) (in.)


Height (in.)


Curb Weight (lbs.)



Interior & Technology

The interior of the Jeep Grand Cherokee definitely offers more space for you and your passengers. However, the Ford Bronco offers slightly more cargo space. In terms of features, the Ford Bronco offers an 8″ SYNC 4 LCD Capacitive Touchscreen with Swipe Capability, an 8” Color LCD Instrument Panel, a Terrain Management System with 5 G.O.A.T Modes, Apple Carplay and Android Auto Compatibility, AppLink, FordPass Connect, SiriusXM With 360L, and more.

The Grand Cherokee offers an advanced infotainment display, heated/ventilated seating, advanced temperature control, ambient lighting, wireless charging, and more.

Ford Bronco


Jeep Grand Cherokee

Passenger Volume (ft³)


Cargo Volume (ft³)


Rear Legroom (in.)


Rear Headroom (in.)

4 - 5

Seating Capacity

5 - 6



Both SUVs come with a host of safety and driver assistance features that keep you and your passengers safe and sound at every turn. These features earned each vehicle a five-star rating from the NHTSA.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee also received a Crashiworthiness rating of ‘Good’ from the IIHS, which is the highest rating a vehicle can obtain. And while the Ford Bronco has not yet been tested, we have no doubt that it will exceed expectations.

Ford Bronco


Jeep Grand Cherokee
5 / 5

NHTSA Safety Rating

5 / 5
Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Trailer Sway Control, Auto High-Beam Headlamps


Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking and Pedestrian/Cyclist Detection, ParkView Rear Backup Camera with ParkSense, Blind Spot Monitoring
Not Tested

IIHS Crashworthiness Score



Your Questions, Answered:

How much does the Ford Bronco cost?

The Ford Bronco starts at $30,800. From there, you can choose between the Big Bend ($35,285), Black Diamond ($37,950), Outer Banks ($40,855), Badlands ($44,495), Wildtrack ($49,780), Everglades ($53,000), Raptor ($68,500).

What changes are in store for the Ford Bronco?

The Ford Bronco has been redesigned with a new “Capable” front bumper and the SUV’s features have been upgraded. The Bronco also offers a Heavy-Duty Modular bumper across all trim levels and a roof rack option has been made available for certain trim levels.

What is the MPG of the Ford Bronco?

The Ford Bronco offers up to 20 mpg in the city and 21 on the highway.

Which Ford Bronco package is best?

The Big Bend model is desirable for its long list of features and affordable price tag. However, the most popular model is the Black Diamond trim, which adds premium features.

Do all Ford Broncos have removable roofs?

Yes! All Ford Broncos have a removable roof.

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