For 2019 Jeep updated their compact utility vehicle with a new exterior, a new engine and the latest uConnect infotainment systems. The new 2.0L turbo engine is one of the most powerful in the segment delivering and the existing 3.2L V6 remains one of the last 6-cylinder options in the segment. In addition to the extra oomph, the Cherokee is the only truly off-road capable compact crossover in America. Each of Jeep's three AWD systems is more capable than the competition. The basic system offers a full center lock and user controllable software, the next level adds the segment's only 2-speed transfer case and the Trailhawk model tosses in a rear locking differential for the maximum in traction.

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    • Trespasser

      FUEL ECONOMY?? Give me a break, the car CONSUMES gas.

      about 26 days ago
    • NAM68

      A Very Good in depth review. Thanks.

      about 27 days ago
    • Goodcat

      My opinion, each version of Jeep Cherokee is Great and has a wide variety of options according to the driver's needs. What bothers me is the tuned exhaust, when Accelerating into traffic the exhaust says look at me "I am noisy". Too much noise in rural areas, my wife enjoys her Cherokee Elite anyway.

      about 1 month ago
    • Waldemar Ishibashi
      Waldemar Ishibashi

      1. What are other alternatives with lockable axles in this segment (mostly size)? Are there any at all?
      2. How reliable is the 2.0T engine?

      Ch Trailh seems to be one of the rare SUV that is actually utilitarian. I do not want to buy Prado due to size. RAV4 and Forester are uncomfortable for me, CR-V is out of the game for lack of visibility, high price, CVT and small engine. CX-5/CX-8 is good as well but no lock/LSD. Mazda did excellent job with CX-8 for Japanese market - it is 4.8m long but "narrow", which is more comfortable for me and easier to park and drive.
      I am on Japanese market.

      about 1 month ago
    • Derrick McDougall
      Derrick McDougall

      Is there a block heater? I just bought one (not an elite) and forgot to check for that

      about 1 month ago
    • mopar0IIII0jeep
      mopar0IIII0jeep In reply to Derrick McDougall

      If you have the cold weather package then yes you will have a block heater, it is located under the hood right in front of the battery. It will be tucked down lower on the battery box and is held in place with velcro that attaches to the battery insulation.

      about 14 days ago
    • Lucas Lippert
      Lucas Lippert

      Can you review the 2019 Jeep Cherokee limited again where you normally do the reviews

      about 2 months ago
    • Delmus Dugan
      Delmus Dugan

      Just purchased a 2019 jeep Cherokee latitude plus. Has the 4x4 badge on the back.but no button/lever that states that its in 4x4 ...

      This is the 4x4 system mine has

      about 3 months ago
    • Delmus Dugan
      Delmus Dugan In reply to Delmus Dugan

      Narain Adithya I have the 2.0L 4cyl turbo highway is 25-27 mpg

      about 2 months ago
    • Narain Adithya
      Narain Adithya In reply to Delmus Dugan

      How is the fuel efficiency for your latitude plus? and whats the engine? I just got one around the same time.

      about 2 months ago
    • Guess

      Ugly Cherokee. They need to go back to 1997.

      about 3 months ago
    • Mark Atchison
      Mark Atchison

      She is very chatty !

      about 3 months ago
    • estudante catarina
      estudante catarina

      Beautiful car...good job JEEP.

      about 3 months ago
    • Keeleb

      I bought one

      about 4 months ago
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      about 4 months ago
    • michael cordell
      michael cordell

      40k 🖕

      about 4 months ago
    • Clint S
      Clint S

      Fyi the 2019 leather seats look even better in person. It's perfect inside and the heated seats are amazing, they feel so nice on a cold day. Fyi, pleanty of leg room in the back. More than you might think. Headlights are fantastic too.

      about 5 months ago
    • ggolds5

      I have a new 19 Wrangler Sahara, and taking delivery of our /wife's new 19 Cherokee Limited on Saturday. I've had Jeeps, Toyota's, Honda's, Land Rovers, Kia's. Fords, Chevy's, you name it I've had it. Always loved my Jeeps, from 1990 new to 97 new, to now and Never had any major mechanical issues. My Toyota Tundra electrical system was horrible. Honda Ridgeline I loved but had quite a few brake jobs. VW Tiquan was excellent even though it had a horrible reliability history with Consumer Reports. My Ford F-150 was bulletproof. My 4 Land Rover/Range Rovers were all unbearably unreliable from start to finish. I could go on and on. Jeeps have a spotty reliability history, but I've had great luck with them, as did quite a few people I know. This new Cherokee is really nice!!!. If you feel like complaining about something you don't own and haven't owned, do it somewhere else.

      about 5 months ago
    • SeductiveYeti
      SeductiveYeti In reply to ggolds5

      What was your experience with that Kia? And what model was it?

      about 1 month ago
    • Kyle Phillips
      Kyle Phillips

      Got 70 miles on my 19 Cherokee no transmission issues still. Lol. It shifts really smooth though can’t even tell when it’s shifting most of the time. I also drive a 12 speed automatic volvo truck and the Jeep shifts way better.

      about 5 months ago
    • Adriana Lopez-Velarde
      Adriana Lopez-Velarde In reply to Kyle Phillips

      Kyle Phillips I'm looking into a 19 Cherokee Latitude Plus...have you had any problems with it at all? Like oil leaks or Uconnect problems?? TIA

      about 5 months ago
    • Asian Performing Arts Asian Performing Arts
      Asian Performing Arts Asian Performing Arts

      take it back i just saw the tach jump

      about 5 months ago
    • Asian Performing Arts Asian Performing Arts
      Asian Performing Arts Asian Performing Arts

      So why is the speedometer and tach both at zero while driving???????

      about 5 months ago
    • darryl blakey
      darryl blakey

      I love my Jeep 2019

      about 6 months ago
    • Trail Hunter
      Trail Hunter

      I bought 2019 cherokee TH and at 5000 miles it sits at the dealer with manufacturer's best engineers trying to fix it. Day 15 at time of post. Beware of the bells and whistles and transmission

      about 6 months ago
    • Aceinfinity 1999
      Aceinfinity 1999 In reply to Trail Hunter

      Trail Hunter what happened ? What engine did you have ?

      about 2 months ago
    • HeyThatsMySong !
      HeyThatsMySong !

      Great video, you are very knowledgeable and it shows. Impressive, it was effortless for you to speak about the vehicle and that’s actually a really big deal when people are doing reviews on cars. Great job.

      about 6 months ago
    • Jorge

      As always amazingly detailed and comprehensive review. I love the small details only Alex notices like Amber turn signals and rear glass operation

      about 6 months ago
    • tim gillick
      tim gillick

      Where’s the week-long review?

      about 7 months ago
    • Brodi Wheeler
      Brodi Wheeler

      What about reliability, service & maintenance cost of the 2.0L Turbo over the 3.2L V6? Are they both Direct Injected? Oil change & lubrication intervals the same? Other than this and missing the ground clearance differences between the 4x4 systems... really solid review Alex! Always appreciated! Aloha! 🤙🏼

      about 7 months ago
    • mopar0IIII0jeep
      mopar0IIII0jeep In reply to Brodi Wheeler

      The 2.0 is direct injected the 3.2 is not. The 2.0 has a shorter oil change interval and requires 0w20 compared to the 3.2 which takes 5w20. Also worth noting is that the 2.0 has a recommendation of premium fuel, if not using premium it loses some performance and won't achieve the hp and tq figures listed where the 3.2's figures are based on the use of 87 octane. We just bought a 2019 Cherokee and we decided on the 3.2, if is a proven engine that makes good power and gets decent mpg's. I am Leary of any with a turbo and direct injection seems to have a ton of issues with carbon build up so we went with the "keep it simple stupid" approach when making or

      about 14 days ago
    • Gašper Ajdnik
      Gašper Ajdnik

      I love it its anazjng ho ever edventeded most bi faimes I giv that prsen 1000000💎😎😎😎😎🤑✨the 👑

      about 8 months ago
    • minisloth21

      Just test drove the 4 cylinder and the 6, love them both, in between this and the subaru forester right now, only thing stopping me is the transmission, which is just about infamous for failing early from what I've read. No point in buying a new vehicle if the transmission blows every 30k miles.

      about 8 months ago
    • Jed Clampett
      Jed Clampett In reply to minisloth21

      If you don't mind my asking minisloth21, did you pull the trigger yet on either one and if so, what decided it? TIA!

      about 6 months ago
    • Ket Lim
      Ket Lim

      Great video; Most reviewers miss the key mission of this Jeep being a go anywhere vehicle. I'm looking at cars like the Audi Allroad and Land Rover products and think this Jeep offers a lot of value and capability. Its in a class of one being truly off road capable, luxurious, and relatively affordable @ ~$36K for a Trailhawk. I personally think the Cherokee competes more with Land Rover i.e. Discovery Sport and less so with the mainstream SUVs. My wife has the CRV EXL and although a good car, it doesn't have the ride & NVH refinement, solidity, and capability of the Cherokee esp Trailhawk V6 I test drove. Entry models aside, the Cherokee drives and feels more like a luxury car than the mainstream SUVs mentioned in this video. Lets hope Jeep/FCA has overcome some of the old reliability issues.

      about 10 months ago
    • Philip McMillan
      Philip McMillan In reply to Ket Lim

      Ket Lim great points, couldn’t agree more. Drove the CRV and Cherokee back to back. Wasn’t even close - Cherokee drove way better. CRV has better gas mileage, more storage and that’s pretty much it. Reliability is brought into the equation if you plan on keeping the car more than 5 years and risk being outside of warranty. I would gather that less than 10% of buyers keep their cars longer than that.

      about 10 months ago
    • Mau F
      Mau F

      i will give you a preliminary thumbs up for the good video.

      about 10 months ago
    • _ski2live_

      Good stuff man!

      about 10 months ago
    • Ian Tolenada
      Ian Tolenada

      Excellent review!

      about 11 months ago