Making a comparison of the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer and the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee can seem quite overwhelming at times due to the sheer volume of models and price ranges that the Jeep Grand Cherokee offers. For the average person, the top-of-the-line Trackhawk model of the Grand Cherokee, which starts out at $87,095, isn’t going to be necessary or feasible. To help create a better “apples to apples” comparison, let’s do a comparison of the differences between two models that have about the same starting price in the mid $30,000 range. This will help give you a better point of view of how the two vehicles stack up straight across in comparison with each other. For this comparison, we will use the Blazer 2LT (All Wheel Drive) trim and the Grand Cherokee Laredo E (4x4) trim.