Come with me on a long road trip in the 2019 Jeep Cherokee Overland where I show you all the good stuff on the inside AND talk to you about how it drives. I might even get a little muddy.

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    • CumPow 69
      CumPow 69

      O:50 We hit everything... I definitely would hit it ;)...

      about 1 month ago
    • Paul Stewart
      Paul Stewart

      🗣Absolutely Gorgeous Looking Jeep Cherokee!! & Such A Great Down To Earth Review!! I Actually Drive A 2018 UK Spec Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland In The Same Granite Crystal Colour & Absolutely Love It!! The Colour Draws A Lot Of Positive Comments Too About It!! It's Great Seeing The Jeep Brand Going From Strength to Strength!! ❤🚗

      about 1 month ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Paul Stewart

      I’ve driven quite a few Jeeps and this has definitely been my favorite!

      about 1 month ago
    • m schiffel
      m schiffel

      I don't really care about cup holders, fancy upholstery, etc...Show me up front under the bonnet...I want to see what makes this thing tick.

      about 1 month ago
    • m schiffel
      m schiffel In reply to m schiffel

      +Fadra Nally OK, got it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to m schiffel

      And by the way, I don't generally talk too much about the engine except for the drive experience. It's kinda my thing.

      about 1 month ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to m schiffel

      24 valves - hey, YOU try remembering all of this on camera and not making any mistakes!

      about 1 month ago
    • m schiffel
      m schiffel In reply to m schiffel

      "25 valve V6"...Each cylinder has only 4 valves per cylinder.

      about 1 month ago
    • Victor Erwin
      Victor Erwin

      Thank you so much! Very good presentation. I think that will be my next car

      about 1 month ago
    • John Toth
      John Toth

      What is the price on this model, ? Great job ,my wife loves when woman do the reviews. ..she says men miss a lot of the most important details...we were looking at the grand cherokee. .. but after seeing your video she is strongly considering , this one ....thank you so much for your frank review. We are both retired so this might fit into our budget better.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jonnie Johnson II
      Jonnie Johnson II

      Mom shorts

      about 3 months ago
    • Jonnie Johnson II
      Jonnie Johnson II In reply to Jonnie Johnson II

      Oh my

      about 3 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Jonnie Johnson II

      Jonnie Johnson II I wore my finest mom shorts just for you.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jeffery Baxter
      Jeffery Baxter

      Good overall review for the 2019 Jeep Cherokee in the Overland trim. As for the big sun roof the auto manufacturers in general refer to it as the panoramic sunroof. That was great Jeep was able to throw in a V6 engine in their compact SUV lineup. That was never done before by them. Good power. As a whole I like the Jeep branded SUVs. The SUV I currently have by them is the bigger brother Jeep Grand Cherokee. I have the 2005 model Jeep Grand Cherokee in the Limited trim level nicely equipped with a V8 engine. Excellent performance. Nice vehicle. The current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee is nice as well. Loaded with more bells and whistles than my generation Grand Cherokee. Couple years ago I test drove the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee and it was GRRREAT!! The one I test drove was well equipped with a big 5.7 liter HEMI V8 engine. Good acceleration. Excellent performance across the board. If possible and if you get the chance maybe you can test drive the bigger brother Jeep Grand Cherokee. You'll like it. Let me know if you'll be able to. OBTW, Happy New Year to you!! 👍👍

      about 3 months ago
    • Jeffery Baxter
      Jeffery Baxter In reply to Jeffery Baxter

      +Fadra Nally Oh. Ok. That sounds great!

      about 3 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Jeffery Baxter

      Happy belated new year! I’m definitely putting the Grand Cherokee on my list to review this year.

      about 3 months ago
    • Riyad Kalla
      Riyad Kalla

      You did a hell of a job with this review - really felt like you made a big effort to show us this car, it was great!

      about 4 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Riyad Kalla

      Well, thanks!! I read all of my comments so I’m always trying to give the people what they want!

      about 4 months ago
    • Brendan A. MacWade
      Brendan A. MacWade

      I think I would choose the Limited over the Overland. But I defend the Cherokee. FCA has fixed most of what was wrong. It's still on my shortlist of 2019 new car candidates.

      about 4 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Brendan A. MacWade

      I’m a luxury kind of girl so I’d go Overland all the way. If I didn’t do Overland, I’d definitely do the Trailhawk.

      about 4 months ago
    • K. Theodos
      K. Theodos

      You opened the video with saying people comment that you don’t talk about how the cars drive. So I was figuring you would do that in this video. I think I must have missed it. Most reviewers talk about handling, like
      How was the engine power? How was acceleration from a stop? How was it at acceleration at highway speeds to pass?
      Did the transmission up-shift and down-shift responsively? Some complaints in the past have been about unresponsive transmission that feels jerky at times. Was there a lot of body lean in turns.
      How was the feel of the steering, the braking?

      about 4 months ago
    • Steve McFarlane
      Steve McFarlane In reply to K. Theodos

      Just took one out for a test drive. The transmission is very disappointing. 3.2 v6, trailhawk. I went to pass, the lag was absurd. A Critic once said about the jeep transmission, it is not sure what to do, I now understand what he meant. To bad, I could not live with that.

      about 2 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to K. Theodos

      Fair point. Honestly, the reason why I don’t talk about driving too much is because it’s a good driving experience. I usually only mention it when some is outstanding (like the acceleration of the Acura RDX or the sluggishness of the Jeep Compass). I did a fairly long drive in this vehicle for a week and didn’t have any issues with anything you mentioned.

      about 4 months ago
    • Karen Meloeny
      Karen Meloeny

      Sunglasses...it’s for sunglasses. I just bought a Jeep Cherokee and I pick it up Monday. Good job with the demonstration.

      about 5 months ago
    • Patrick Ryan
      Patrick Ryan In reply to Karen Meloeny

      No Karen, there's a cubby up by the sun visor for your sunnies. I think it's for doobies.. yes, definitely doobies..

      about 10 days ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Karen Meloeny

      Thanks, Karen. Hope you’re enjoying your Cherokee!

      about 4 months ago
    • Zed Lopez
      Zed Lopez

      She drove it off road now i know its really capable especially having 25valves😄 what more can you ask for

      about 5 months ago
    • Brian Kinder
      Brian Kinder In reply to Zed Lopez

      +Fadra Nally I think he's just wondering which cylinder gets the bonus valve. Also, how did you talk about the luxury without highlighting the hands free power lift gate? That's one of the best luxury features, IMO.

      about 1 day ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Zed Lopez

      Hey - that was a VERY deep, VERY muddy puddle 😂

      about 5 months ago
    • Ramiya Pathan
      Ramiya Pathan

      i love jeep cherokee i big fan

      about 5 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Ramiya Pathan

      Such a nice car - especially the Overland!

      about 5 months ago
    • Michael Moldanado
      Michael Moldanado

      3:58

      about 5 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Michael Moldanado

      Legs. Yup, I get to look at them every day.

      about 5 months ago
    • Bill Burke
      Bill Burke

      I am leasing my second Jeep Cherokee, this time I moved up to the Overland after a pleasant three years with my 2015 Limited and the new Cherokee is much improved and clearly is best in class as I agree with your accessment. . The quality, driving characteristics, comfort, reliability and overall value is noteworthy. Yes those front seats rival luxury brands in comfort and material quality. I continue to be impressed by the Cherokee everyday as it never stops exceeding my expectation. Most important, my wife absolutely loves this Jeep, as it offers everything the luxury brands offer, with ledgendary Jeep performance in a just right size. I would recommend the Overland Cherokee for a test drive before you buy or lease a luxury import SUV. We did and we chose the Jeep as superior in driving dynamics, at least comparable comfort, more features and clearly a much better value than the luxury import.

      about 5 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Bill Burke

      It's nice to hear from an actual Jeep owner. I've heard a few questions about Jeep reliability but if you're a repeat owner, then clearly you've had a good experience. After driving the Overland and the Trailhawk, I'm definitely an Overland kind of gal!

      about 5 months ago
    • Dy Ngoc Nguyen
      Dy Ngoc Nguyen

      I have plan will buy Cherokee 2019 not the legs hi hi...

      about 5 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Dy Ngoc Nguyen

      It's okay. Legs aren't for sale. But it's a great choice to buy this car. It's one of the few I really didn't want to give back!

      about 5 months ago
    • Dy Ngoc Nguyen
      Dy Ngoc Nguyen

      Nice legs , nice car as well very sexy . Love it :)

      about 5 months ago
    • TRICK-OR TREAT
      TRICK-OR TREAT In reply to Dy Ngoc Nguyen

      WOW ! WHADDA YOU SMOKIN DUDE.

      about 5 months ago
    • SouthToledo Ohio030276
      SouthToledo Ohio030276 In reply to Dy Ngoc Nguyen

      Pervert

      about 5 months ago
    • Jon Hettrick
      Jon Hettrick

      It is a Jeep! 👍

      about 6 months ago
    • José Angel Figón
      José Angel Figón

      Great review Fadra!
      At 3:10 you asked for ideas for the storage compartment at the top. I am a very happy owner of a Jeep Cherokee 2014, and I use that storage at the top for my E-ZPass transponder. It works perfectly every single time, and there is no need to mount it on the windshield.

      about 6 months ago
    • Michael Carter
      Michael Carter In reply to José Angel Figón

      I do the same and keep my insurance there so it's ready and easy to get and in view when I reach for. I hate when folks have to dig for there info so I like to have every thing ready just encase I get pulled over or need it.

      about 6 days ago
    • José Angel Figón
      José Angel Figón In reply to José Angel Figón

      Yes it does. And it works, consistently, all the time! It's really good to basically forget that the E-ZPass transponder exists, setup an automatic refill online, and keep it hidden in that top storage compartment.

      about 6 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to José Angel Figón

      Oh, really? It reads the EZPass even inside the compartment? If so, GENIUS!!! Thanks for sharing!

      about 6 months ago
    • Owen Owens
      Owen Owens

      Damn you sexy

      about 7 months ago
    • marcin rosol
      marcin rosol In reply to Owen Owens

      lol...

      about 4 months ago
    • Michael Moldanado
      Michael Moldanado In reply to Owen Owens

      3:58

      about 5 months ago
    • SouthToledo Ohio030276
      SouthToledo Ohio030276 In reply to Owen Owens

      Isn't she. I love watching Fadra.

      about 5 months ago
    • Stephen G
      Stephen G

      Thanks Fadra.
      You got it goin on.

      about 7 months ago
    • SouthToledo Ohio030276
      SouthToledo Ohio030276 In reply to Stephen G

      +Benny AOneBlanco No. She is not into basement trolls

      about 5 months ago
    • Benny AOneBlanco
      Benny AOneBlanco In reply to Stephen G

      Can I hit that

      about 6 months ago
    • fonzarelli
      fonzarelli

      Great review! ; )

      about 7 months ago
    • billy fatbowe
      billy fatbowe

      ………...25 valve V6...…….???...……..
      …...muddy water puddle.....NOT MUD.....;;--),,,,,,
      …..But Luv You Anyway...…….LoL……...

      about 7 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to billy fatbowe

      Yeah, yeah, yeah. When you're "borrowing" a car from the manufacturer, you have to be careful what you do with the vehicle. It was a deep muddy puddle. And I was actually worried I would get stuck!


      It's a 3.2-Liter V6 24-Valve VVT (variable valve timing) engine. Hope that helps!

      about 7 months ago
    • Jeff Lucas Astrophotographer
      Jeff Lucas Astrophotographer

      Square to change tires

      about 7 months ago
    • donna lopez
      donna lopez In reply to Jeff Lucas Astrophotographer

      What square, put a carpenters square on the wheel well and you will see the sides have an angle. I see a trapezoid, the same trapezoid that you also see on the renegade, compass, grand cherokee and wrangler. The reason you notice the angle is different for wrangler is because it is common to put oversize tires on them which requires more room. I guess it's why jeep says " it's a jeep thing you wouldn't understand ".

      about 7 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Jeff Lucas Astrophotographer

      That explains the trapezoidal wheel well for the Jeep Wrangler (and fun fact too!) but doesn't explain the square on the Cherokee!

      about 7 months ago
    • donna lopez
      donna lopez In reply to Jeff Lucas Astrophotographer

      Jeep states on their website the wheel wells are trapezoidal because the original 1941 jeep was and it is the heritage of jeep.

      about 7 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Jeff Lucas Astrophotographer

      Good theory. Not sure if I totally buy it but I'm going to research it now!

      about 7 months ago
    • Stephen Jones
      Stephen Jones

      So like this Jeep and priced competitively,as you mentioned serious off readers would need the Trailhawk, good weekend.

      about 7 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Stephen Jones

      I'd love the Trailhawk but doubt I'd ever really spend serious time off road. I loved the 4x4 of the Overland!

      about 7 months ago
    • SouthToledo Ohio030276
      SouthToledo Ohio030276

      As a Land Rover owner, I'm not impressed with this Jeep. I enjoyed the fact that you finally demonstrated the driving dynamics. But, that small mud filled rut is not a good indication of off road capability. My 2005 LR3 can ford water, climb mountains and push stalled SUV's. I doubt this FCA Jeep imposter can match the Go Anywhere spirit of my Solihull brute. I am not judging your review. I love the process you use to review vehicles. As a Toledo, OH native I am a bit ashamed of what our hometown favorite has become.

      about 7 months ago
    • Moustache Ride
      Moustache Ride In reply to SouthToledo Ohio030276

      +SouthToledo Ohio030276 🙄. Alrighty then

      about 5 months ago
    • SouthToledo Ohio030276
      SouthToledo Ohio030276 In reply to SouthToledo Ohio030276

      +Moustache Ride Sorry dude. That video was lame. That wittle Jeep struggled. My Land Rover would have climbed that "sidewalk" while rocking Rachmaninoff in pure luxury. But nice try. 😂

      about 5 months ago
    • Moustache Ride
      Moustache Ride In reply to SouthToledo Ohio030276

      +SouthToledo Ohio030276 https://youtu.be/prEa-xSYHo0

      about 5 months ago
    • Brian
      Brian In reply to SouthToledo Ohio030276

      FunkoPope Fun1976 I have copied Wikipedia, but this is all a Cherokee is. Jeep made it to be a car it is today. If it wasn’t for a sporty car like Cherokee, Jeep would’ve been killed of a while back, or at least wouldn’t be doing as well as it is now.

      about 6 months ago
    • SouthToledo Ohio030276
      SouthToledo Ohio030276 In reply to SouthToledo Ohio030276

      +Brian Congratulations for copy and pasting Wikipedia. Your knowledge astounds me. Please tell me again how you locked yourself in a truck stop toilet stall.

      about 6 months ago
    • iSlandeRon
      iSlandeRon

      Nice review Fadra! And welcome to long island!

      about 7 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to iSlandeRon

      Thanks, Ron! This is my third year going up to visit my friend in Westhampton Beach. So picturesque and a great excuse for a road trip!

      about 7 months ago
    • Poole Thomas
      Poole Thomas

      Yeah, not sure why the wheel wells are square either. However, I like the fact that they are trimmed in body color cladding! I see all to many vehicles that have ( black ) plastic cladding trim on the wheel wells.. they usually fade... Overall, you presented the vehicle well & articulated the positives in a professional like manner! Keep up the great work! 👍🏻

      about 7 months ago
    • Byron Salazar
      Byron Salazar In reply to Poole Thomas

      +donna lopez Exactly this is a Jeep Thing, Every model, every trimm since 1941.

      about 5 months ago
    • donna lopez
      donna lopez In reply to Poole Thomas

      The wheel wells are not square they are called trapezoidal (trapezoid is an actual shape). That has been the style since 1941 it is the jeep heritage. Alot of things jeep does is a throw back to the origins where it all began with the WWII military jeep.

      about 7 months ago
    • Fadra Nally
      Fadra Nally In reply to Poole Thomas

      I hate that plastic cladding too. You will find it on the Trailhawk but I'm guessing it's because you wouldn't want all that paint getting scraped up when you go off road. BTW with the right product, you can restore that faded black cladding - I've done it!

      about 7 months ago