The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland and the Toyota 4Runner SR5 emphasize utility - offering North Battleford families rugged drivetrains and potent engine blocks. Which ones goes beyond performance, however, to offer an exceptional cabin experience? Here is a look inside the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland and the 2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5. Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Seats: Nappa Leather-Faced Passenger Volume: 2,985 L Climate Control: Dual-Zone Automatic Speakers: 9-speaker Alpine SiriusXM: One-year membership Toyota 4Runner SR5 Seats: Fabric Passenger Volume: 2,755 L Climate Control: Dual-Zone Automatic Speakers: 8 speakers SiriusXM: Three-month trial The Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland offers a more spacious interior in terms of overall passenger volume. In addition to this practical trait, it beats the Toyota when it comes to quality. The Nappa leather seats, for example, come with perforated inserts to ensure a cool ride. You also get accent stitching and piping for an upscale appeal that the 4Runner cannot match with its plain cloth upholstery. The Overland also boasts an 8.4-inch Uconnect 4C system with entertainment options, including SiriusXM, and GPS navigation capabilities. This interface connects with premium Alpine speakers powered by a 506-watt amplifier. Contact our dealership to learn more about the luxury-level interior of the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland.