Currently, the supremacy battle of SUVs between the Kia Sorento and the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Typically, Sorento is Kia’s bestselling SUV, made to awesome power and efficiency. It has brought a competitive facet in the SUV market because Jeep Cherokee has dominated the SUV market for many years. Both vehicles have strong power to perform optimally on the road and on off the road terrains.

The Kia Sorento is a SUV made for family transportation and other utilities. It has seven seats, which is ideal for family use. The SUV has a 27 miles per gallon (mpg) highway fuel rating; in the city, it has 20 mpg. An efficient Sorento generates 290 horsepower. The SUV has a 1,650 to 3,500 pound towing capacity, windshield de-icer and a rear camera display.

Typically, the Kia Sorento has a 4-cylinder engine, and it is an all-wheel-drive (AWD) vehicle. In other words, the AWD is active while the car is in motion. This feature gives Sorento more power because it has a firm grip in every surface, irrespective of road condition.

Essentially, both SUV;s have similar safety features, because they have active headrests, electronic stability control and active headrests. Moreover, both vehicles have hill assist control. Most importantly, the Kia Sorento has a five-star rating because it has excellent front and side safety features. The Jeep Grand Cherokee has a five-star rating because of similar features as that of the Sorento.

It is worth noting that the Kia Sorento has a lengthy warranty. The basic warranty goes for 60 months, and it covers 60,000 miles. The Jeep Grand Cherokee warranty goes for 36 months, and it covers 36,000 miles. The advanced warranty for the Sorento is significantly longer than that of a Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Both the Kia Sorento and Jeep Grand Cherokee have alloy wheels and auto-off headlights. Both SUV’s have heated exterior mirrors. Notably, both SUV’s have cruise control, air filtration and remote keyless entry. It is important to note that the Kia Sorento has a satellite radio and a standard CD player. These features are not available in the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Both SUV’s have five seating capacity, but Sorento comes with an additional third-row seat.

Essentially, the Kia Sorento has more passenger space because it offers 146.4 cubic feet space. The Jeep Grand Cherokee has 105.4 cubic passenger space. Therefore, Kia Sorento passengers have more legroom as opposed to Cherokee passengers. The Sorento has larger cargo volume of 38.8 while the Cherokee has 36.3 cubic feet.

Ultimately, the Kia Sorento takes lead in terms of price, because it comes at a lower price than the Jeep Grand Cherokee. In addition, the Kia Sorento has a longer warranty, and it has more space despite having a lower horsepower.