The 2019 Cherokee is refreshed and is seriously ready for an adventure with its ability to tow up to 4,500 lbs, haul more cargo, and give you Jeep worthy 4x4 ability. It's loaded with options and you can always upgrade from the 2019 Cherokee Limited to the Overland. I only got to spend a couple minutes with this at the DFW auto show so it was super quick. Here are some specs on the three different engines the 2019 Jeep Cherokee offers:
2.4L 4 Cyl
- 180 HP / 171 lb-ft
- up to 31 MPG Hwy
3.2 V6
- 271 HP / 239 lb-ft
- 4,500 lbs towing
2.0 Turbo 4 Cylinder
- 270 HP / 295 lb-ft

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Comments

    • Prime Autotainment
      Prime Autotainment

      This was super brief but worth a look! This Jeep is impressive for its class with all of the capability it offers. It’s definitely built for the adventure seekers.

      What did you think?!? Want me to do a full review on it?

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike DeMarco
      Mike DeMarco

      Larger windows? The body between the a-pillar and c-pillar hasn’t changed.

      about 1 year ago
    • Prime Autotainment
      Prime Autotainment In reply to Mike DeMarco

      Haha that’s great. My wife would do the same thing. I appreciate you watching and commenting. Hope you and your wife enjoy your new Cherokee!

      about 11 months ago
    • Mike DeMarco
      Mike DeMarco In reply to Mike DeMarco

      Prime Autotainment, truth is, I went in for a new car, and came away with a Cherokee for the same reasons as I did three years ago. Can't beat the great features for the price. This new one is a 4x4. So, I bring it home, and park it next to the 2015, and ask my wife which one she wanted.

      She took the new one . . .

      about 11 months ago
    • Prime Autotainment
      Prime Autotainment In reply to Mike DeMarco

      I can tell you I never measured them lol but here’s where I got the information: https://www.jeep.com/cherokee/exterior.html

      Its under “Signature Jeep Brand Styling” then it says “larger window openings” and just saw front and back for better driver visibility. I’m curious if it’s just literally less bulk around window perimeter like the headline, pillar covers...not sure. I thought that was odd too that it said that.
      Either way, I hope you’re enjoying that 2019!

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike DeMarco
      Mike DeMarco In reply to Mike DeMarco

      Prime Autotainment, I have a 015 Latitude, and a 2019 Latitude sitting in my driveway, one foot apart from each other. I'm pretty sure the window glass all the way around (and the doors, and the roof, and the luggage rails) are all the same. Only the front clip, tailgate, and a bit of the wraparound rear character lines are different. And the fuel door is different.

      But I'll check again.

      about 1 year ago
    • Prime Autotainment
      Prime Autotainment In reply to Mike DeMarco

      The front and rear windows are larger. I went back and watched...I shouldn’t have said it when I was looking at the side of the vehicle lol. Sorry!

      about 1 year ago