2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2013 Ford Edge
To go up against the most awarded SUV of all time is a pretty bold move, but our team at Ingram Park CDJ has to give credit where it’s due. In the battle between the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee vs 2013 Ford Edge, the Edge crossover doesn’t give up without a good fight. Keeping the competition fairly close, these two strong vehicles go beyond class lines to stack up their capabilities and determine which vehicle delivers the best overall performance.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee has built a legacy that no other vehicle in the SUV class has ever been able to match. Earning more recognition for its performance, strength, innovation and versatile driving capabilities than any other SUV in history, the Grand Cherokee has paved the way for the vehicles that have come after it, like the 2013 Ford Edge. The Edge, regardless of being a crossover, works diligently to keep up with the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s iconic performance. When powered by the 2.0-liter EcoBoost I-4 turbocharged engine, the vehicle can turn out a 240-horsepower drive just like the Grand Cherokee. Its efficient powertrain also keeps up with the legendary Jeep’s best-in-class fuel economy by offering the same best-in-class EPA-estimated 30 mpg highway for the crossover segment. Although the Edge puts up a good fight, where it starts to fall behind is in its overall strength. Offering only 270 pound-feet of torque and a 3,500-pound towing capacity, the Edge takes a step back to allow the Jeep Grand Cherokee to show it how it’s done.