If you’re looking for an SUV you can drive to work every day but can also do some serious off-roading with on the weekends, then there’s a good chance the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Toyota 4Runner have shown up on your shopping list. These are both midsize SUVs with real off-road chops when properly equipped, but they have some key differences that you should know about.
Let’s take a look at the differences and similarities between the Grand Cherokee and the 4Runner and see which is better.
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