2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2018 Honda Pilot

When you are looking for a new vehicle, you might feel overwhelmed by all of the options out there for models that appear very similar on the surface. That is why doing comparisons can come in handy, because it allows you to put two models that seem similar up side by side to examine their differences and determine which one will provide more of the features and capabilities you are looking for. This comparison looks at the base models of the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2018 Honda Pilot.

While the Honda Pilot offers more seating space, fitting up to eight passengers compared to just five passengers in the Grand Cherokee, and it has slightly higher fuel economy ratings, reaching 22 combined mpg versus 21 combined mpg estimated in the Grand Cherokee, it does not offer nearly as many comfort, safety, and convenience features as the Jeep Grand Cherokee does, which is why the Grand Cherokee is the better option for consumers overall. Let's take a closer look at some of the key features and differences between these two models!

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2018 Honda Pilot

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee


2018 Honda Pilot

$30,895 Starting MSRP $30,900
3.6-liter V6 Engine 3.5-liter V6
295 Horsepower Horsepower 280 Horsepower
8-Speed Auto w/Over-Drive and Auto-Manual Transmission 6-Speed Auto w/Over-Drive

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The Jeep Grand Cherokee and Honda Pilot have sleek, stylish designs that show off their capabilities, however, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has rear-wheel drive and a maximum trailer weight of 3,500 pounds, making it better equipped for travel and off-road adventures. The Pilot only has a maximum trailer weight of 1,500 pounds and has a front-wheel-drive powertrain. The Grand Cherokee also offers an available navigation system and standard compass, which are not offered on the Pilot.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee offers standard features like voice recognition, knee protection airbags for the driver, parking assist technology, and front fog lights. The Pilot offers fog lights and parking assist as an upgradeable feature, but doesn't offer voice recognition technology or knee protection airbags. Available features on the Grand Cherokee include a built-in programmable garage door opener, CD player, heated front seats, lumbar support, a sunroof and remote starting system. None of these features are offered on the base trim of the Honda Pilot.

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