The Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Toyota 4Runner are designed for adventure, but they both prioritize passenger comfort and roominess. Each vehicle can haul five adults and all their gear, complete with comfortable seating and plenty of headroom and legroom in all seating positions.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee offers 105 cubic feet of passenger space. When looking to fit luggage or camping gear inside your SUV, the maximum cargo space is a huge 68.3 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down.
When looking at passenger dimensions, the Jeep Cherokee has 58 inches of shoulder room and 56.2 inches of hip room. The Grand Cherokee will allow your passengers to be comfortable on long trips.
The Toyota 4Runner has an expansive cargo bay as well, measuring about 88.8 cubic feet. With this you’ll be able to fit all the gear you need. When looking at passenger space, the 4Runner offers slightly less passenger room. The shoulder room for passengers is about 57.8 inches and hip room is 55.7 inches.
Ultimately, if passenger space is your main concern when looking at the interior, the Jeep Grand Cherokee gives you a bit more to work with without sacrificing much cargo space.