(www.TFLoffroad.com) 2019 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk: We Take the Biggest Most Expensive Version Off-Road (Part 3 of 3)

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    • StiX
      StiX

      Unless they have updated it, my 2019 JGC TH has a locker diff. In offroad maps, once in rock mode and 4wd low, you hear the locking happening and both transfer case and rear diff have lock signs. Are you sure it's not a locker?

      about 14 days ago
    • carlosbishig1
      carlosbishig1

      Great video and hello from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷

      about 1 month ago
    • JDB1978
      JDB1978

      I'm torn between a 4Runner and Grand Cherokee trail-hawk. The Toyota seems small or should I say narrow, it looks like you'd bump shoulders if you had someone in the passenger seat. It also seems like my knees would be in my chest when sitting in the 4Runner. Does anyone else notice this? Any 4Runner owners that can chime in? what about any Jeep owners? I'm coming from a Crew Cab F-150, so maybe everything seems small.........




      "That's what she said"!

      about 1 month ago
    • bob02911
      bob02911

      I just got a black one , loving it !

      about 1 month ago
    • Ryan Cameron
      Ryan Cameron

      You're off the road but you're not offroading.

      about 2 months ago
    • Gloria Goldberg 13
      Gloria Goldberg 13

      Very Cool Video! I love cars! Love to Drive! Now I am in transition to change my BMW7 for a off-Road/ luxury. I need a off-Road that I can drive every day and is cool to drive around and also the comfort to drive for long distance trips, and when I pass the 100k miles a car doesn’t going to ask me for every month something to change. I like Land Rover Discovery HSE, Toyota 4runner Pro or Grand Cherokee trail Hawk. Can you PLEASE help me, telling me wish one I should go for it? I am very new in the off road world.

      about 2 months ago
    • Rick James
      Rick James

      hmmm his beard keeps his face warm?

      about 2 months ago
    • Jay Chen
      Jay Chen

      Cherokee is correct in your broadcast...But I got the Grand Cherokee lol

      about 2 months ago
    • Photos By Angie B
      Photos By Angie B

      I would and did go with the Jeep Cherokee trailhawk elite and absolutely love it!!

      about 3 months ago
    • seanflahockey
      seanflahockey

      I’m on my third GC and specifically wanted a Trailhawk. I tried the V8 Hemi and unless you’re towing, don’t bother. The V6 felt more nimble and you notice the lighter weight. The V6 is quicker off the light as it doesn’t have to wind up that torque. Plus you save a bunch. I drive mine out on the beach every weekend and it handles great in the deep sand.

      about 3 months ago
    • MrBones103
      MrBones103

      Would’ve been nice to seen the ‘19 Cherokee Trailhawk Elite 4x4 tested with the bunch

      about 3 months ago
    • Clint the Audio Guy
      Clint the Audio Guy

      Wow, two commercials before the video even starts, then another one just 3 minutes in? Smh. Too much.

      about 3 months ago
    • mrvwbug44
      mrvwbug44

      Did you drive the V6 and Hemi back to back. If you did then you would probably find the Hemi underwhelming, at least that was my impression, definitely not worth its $3300 USD option price. I found the V6 on the GC Trailhawk to be more than enough power, it is comparable to a Cherokee TH with the V6, but the GCs 8 speed auto is considerably better than the Cherokee's 9 speed. I currently own a 2015 Cherokee TH and it is probably the most off road capable of the Trailhawks, but the GC is way more comfortable. I would probably have traded mine in on a GC Trailhawk, but after test driving the new Ranger I have decided to wait for the new Bronco.

      about 3 months ago
    • Frank Dawe
      Frank Dawe

      Why don't Jeep offer a very base Grand Cherokee with all the suspension and tires for offroading? Seriously, how many people are taking their $70 000 SUV where the Trail Hawk can go? Strip out all the infotainment junk that most offroaders don't really give a shit about, forget the leather interior, and strip out the carpet. Leave only air conditioning and a decent sound system. I'd be first on the wait list.

      about 3 months ago
    • Mike Hollins
      Mike Hollins

      Done

      about 4 months ago
    • theodorekell
      theodorekell

      I wish, you guys, took regular GC Limited to mud/snow, etc. No need rock climbing. Because we never get to see capability of the plain cars. You either take specialized cars off road or regular cars on road. Sometimes you take specialized cars on road. But never plain cars off road

      about 4 months ago
    • HARRY ELDRIDGE
      HARRY ELDRIDGE

      Stop talking

      about 4 months ago
    • HARRY ELDRIDGE
      HARRY ELDRIDGE

      Stop talking and show the truck going off road

      about 4 months ago
    • Bear and Crow
      Bear and Crow

      We have a 17 Cherokee TH and absolutely love it. Ive taken it out on some medium to hard rock/hill climbing and it did amazing! The rear locker is definitely a bonus for sure. I also put an MFC lift kit on it that gave it 2" additional height. Next are some wildpeaks, RR sliders and a front end hitch.

      about 4 months ago
    • Michael D Matthis
      Michael D Matthis

      No Renegade TH test?

      about 4 months ago
    • Adam Pearson
      Adam Pearson

      I’ve got a ‘15 GC Overland with Air Suspension but black package. Anyone know the difference compared to the Trailhawk? (apart from the 20” rims and hidden tow group)

      Thanks in advance.

      about 4 months ago
    • Ebrahim Albakr
      Ebrahim Albakr

      I have overland and a friend of mine own trail hawk .. skids are plastic and you must put protection for the radar camera .. other thing is air suspension will fail after many offroad drive and control arm rubber bushing is not good enough for offroad use + it's doesn't have rear emergency towing hook and no enough space for little bigger tires and you need to remove the abs fuse to shut down the traction or you will stuck in the sand

      about 4 months ago
    • NH1969GOAT
      NH1969GOAT

      Love my 2019 JTH :--)

      about 4 months ago
    • maddogmcrae
      maddogmcrae

      The Grand Cherokee needs a rear locker at least. The lack of a rear locker is its weakness.

      about 4 months ago
    • karuntribs
      karuntribs

      Just bought a 2019 2L turbo Cherokee Trailhawk elite and I love it! Upgraded from my 2015 Cherokee Trailhawk.

      about 4 months ago
    • usedsocks89
      usedsocks89

      With the sticker price, can Jeep make it more available to modify the body? It’s a nice looking truck but it would be nice to protect the body or allow room for a mod.

      about 4 months ago
    • richystar2001
      richystar2001

      Nobody that buys these vehicles will ever take them off road exclusively for that purpose. These will be bought by people who have to get through Winter Snow on unmaintained country roads for the most part. For that use I would say the Grand Cherokee would be ideal.. also its better at hauling snowmobiles and boats and ATV's.

      about 4 months ago
    • NemeanLion
      NemeanLion

      Does the rear locker make that much of a difference? The Grand has 10.8 ground clearance, a hemi engine and a more advanced 4wd system.

      about 4 months ago
    • Mike Macey
      Mike Macey

      Wife has a 2017 Wrangler. I have a 2019 Hemi Grand Cherokee TH. Wife is always trying to use my ride over hers. Unless you "live" offroad, the GC TH is the way to go. BTW--we live in NV both of these vehicles will go over anything but the gnarliest terrain absolutely stock.

      about 4 months ago
    • 502Geek Guy
      502Geek Guy

      I purchased the 2019 Cherokee 2.0T Trailhawk and I absolutely LOVE it. I has everything I need for comfort AND it is pretty darn capable off-road. For the price, It's hard to beat.

      about 4 months ago