2021 Jeep Cherokee vs. 2021 Toyota RAV4 | Greenville SC | Near Spartanburg, Greer, Anderson & Easley

2021 Jeep Cherokee

vs 2021 Toyota RAV4

The 2021 Jeep Cherokee can switch from cruising down city streets to navigating challenging routes off road with ease. Always ready for the next adventure, this versatile SUV is equipped with all the ingredients for a good time. Modern technology and premium comfort features will have you — and your passengers — looking forward to every ride. If you've considered other SUVs, maybe you've looked at the 2021 Toyota RAV4. Wondering how it compares to the Cherokee? Take a look below!

2021 Jeep Cherokee
2021 Jeep Cherokee
2021 Toyota RAV4


Available 3.2-Liter
Pentastar® V6 Engine

Standard 2.5-Liter Dynamic
Force 4-Cylinder DOHC D-4S
Injection with Dual Variable
Valve Timing with
intelligence (VVT-i)


9-Speed Automatic

Direct Shift 8-speed
Electronically Controlled
automatic Transmission
with intelligence (ECT-i)
and sequential shift mode

Available Panoramic Sunroof/Moonroof

Available Hands-Free Power Liftgate

Passenger Volume

128 Cubic Feet

98.9 Cubic Feet

Rear Legroom

40.3 Inches

37.8 Inches

Rain-Detecting Wipers



Fuel Tank Capacity

15.8 Gallons

14.5 Gallons

Clearly, both SUVs have a lot in common. But the RAV4 comes up short (literally) in a few areas. With 128 cubic feet of passenger volume and 40.3 inches of rear legroom, the Cherokee offers passengers a more spacious ride, compared to the RAV4 model's 98.9 cubic feet of passenger volume and 37.8 inches of rear legroom. In addition, the Cherokee offers a larger fuel tank than the RAV4 plus standard rain-detecting wipers that only come in an available package in the RAV4.

Are you ready to take the 2021 Jeep Cherokee for a test drive? Stop by Big 'O' Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM today!

If you’re interested in becoming the proud owner of a 2021 Jeep Cherokee, give us a call, or stop by our dealership at 2645 Laurens Road, Greenville, SC 29607 for a test drive today. We look forward to serving our customers from Spartanburg, Greer, Anderson and Easley.