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The 2022 Grand Cherokee and Highlander are powered by some potent engines. Look under the hood of the Highlander, and you’ll find a 295-horsepower 3.5L V6 engine that’s ready to move you forward. A hybrid powertrain is also available with 243 horsepower on tap.
The Grand Cherokee has even grander ambitions with a lineup of three engines. Although the base 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine runs roughly even with the Highlander in terms of output—293 horsepower—the other two engines are far and away the winners.
You can equip your Grand Cherokee with a 357-horsepower 5.7L HEMI® V8 engine—or even more impressively, with a 375-horsepower 2.0L I-4 DOHC DI Turbo PHEV engine. If you want to feel the power the moment you hit the gas, you’ll love this last option!
Fully redesigned for the current model year, the 2022 Grand Cherokee sports a fresh style that runs from the exterior right on into the cabin. The Highlander, meanwhile, hasn’t been redesigned since the 2020 model year.
While 2020 wasn’t too long ago and there are certainly vehicles whose designs go further back, the Highlander still falls behind the Grand Cherokee in that regard. You’ll notice the difference especially in the top-of-the-line Grand Cherokee Summit trim.
The Summit is known as the Most Luxurious Vehicle in its Class, a title it earns with features such as:1
While the top-tier Highlander Platinum trim has similar interior appointments, it lacks available massage seats. These help give the Grand Cherokee its edge.
1Based on Summit model offerings and WardsAuto Middle/Sport Utility Vehicle Segment. Excludes other FCA US LLC vehicles.