This video is going to be a full in depth first person look at the updated 2019 Jeep Cherokee in the Limited trim! In this video we will discuss all the features of this car, and more. As always, if you have any questions or comments about this car please feel free to let me know! Thanks a lot for watching and remember to subscribe for future in depth tours.

Special Thanks to Crowley Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Bristol, CT
crowleychryslerjeepdodge.com

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    • estudante catarina
      estudante catarina

      Beautiful car, good product...JEEP good job :)

      about 19 days ago
    • Keith Gray
      Keith Gray

      I own one of these and I love it. when watching ANY car review you need to understand that a lot of these reviewers drive, BMW, Mercedes, Ferrari, etc ... so they can be really picky because they are spoiled....but I went from a 2012 Pickup to this jeep and I love it 100% because it is so much better.

      about 3 months ago
    • danielgarzag
      danielgarzag

      I am getting this car love it

      about 7 months ago
    • فراس العبيدي
      فراس العبيدي

      CD Website Please

      about 9 months ago
    • Wylliam Clayton
      Wylliam Clayton

      Saw a video earlier that left me wondering. Learned a lot from your review. Still would like to see the rear tail lights on. They appear not to be shaded by the traditional red tint covering. Would this car be considered a "smart" car? Next time pls spend more time on the center screen-specifics of navigation (does it speak, how to program, etc), SiriusXM radio functions, phone features-ability to call, receive calls, text, streaming, etc). Dealership salespeople brush over these functions during the sales process and the buyer is then forced to learn by trial and error after the purchase. Anything you can do to help further is appreciated.

      about 11 months ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to Wylliam Clayton

      Yes they will and once you sign it's yours,i was left w/o a option i wanted and was led to believe it had it,so do your own research,and do it well,don't depend on the sales people.the sales people are sitting at their desk on their cell phones instead of learning the new features of these newer cars.i went thru so much trouble and aggravation because of options, there isn't hardly anyone that knows or understands the options,and a lot of the service people are just as ignorant to the options,so do your own research.

      about 1 month ago
    • Wylliam Clayton
      Wylliam Clayton

      Why has the destination charge increased from $995 to $1445? The family purchased a car in 2017 and early 2018 and this charge was $995. Why the increase?

      about 11 months ago
    • Millie Lillie
      Millie Lillie In reply to Wylliam Clayton

      You need to negotiate that charge because delivery doesn't cost them more that 500

      about 9 months ago
    • Wylliam Clayton
      Wylliam Clayton In reply to Wylliam Clayton

      Thanks for your response. When you find the answer, please share. With costs rising on everything, I'm interested to understand the rationale.

      about 11 months ago
    • N&T Auto Reviews
      N&T Auto Reviews In reply to Wylliam Clayton

      I was reading an article about it a few months ago and I forgot what the reason was. I’ll have to find out for you. Even audis that come completely wrapped in a cloth cover and completely wrapped interior still aren’t that expensive to ship.

      about 11 months ago
    • Cameron C.
      Cameron C.

      I love this in-depth video! It inspired me to go to Crowley and look into buying the 2019 Jeep Cherokee Limited!

      about 11 months ago
    • N&T Auto Reviews
      N&T Auto Reviews In reply to Cameron C.

      That’s great news!! If you wind up buying one make sure you tell Kevin the sales manager I helped you out. Hope everything works out for you.

      about 11 months ago
    • WVFreebyrd
      WVFreebyrd

      So I test drove one of these this past weekend.   Loved everything inside, comfortable seats, arms rested naturally on the left and right and the display and touchscreen is amazing.  Alas, all was for naught once I actually started driving it..........the nine speed transmission is, in my opinion, a liability as the car can't decide which gear it wants to run in....up, down, up, down.  Also some troubling "clunky" sounds when shifting into gear.  Finally really disappointed in power climbing some of these small WV hills.

      about 1 year ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to WVFreebyrd

      +wisdaniel Yes the 2.0 will get you down the road quick,but i test drove the standard engine also,it drove pretty good.

      about 1 month ago
    • Fubzilla
      Fubzilla In reply to WVFreebyrd

      Jeep transmissions are always a disaster. I had a commander a few years ago which after 2 years the transmission was so shot that sometimes when on an accelaration ramp or taking off from a light it would just completely give out and i would be hitting the gas and nothing would be happening for 15-20 seconds. Very scary experience when in busy fast moving traffic.
      You have to really baby these cars or they break down to complete shit quickly

      about 5 months ago
    • wisdaniel
      wisdaniel In reply to WVFreebyrd

      Wondering if you drove one with the base 2.4 L 4 cylinder. I haven't heard this problem with the 2.0 L turbo charged engine.

      about 10 months ago
    • Frank Burns
      Frank Burns

      I'd narrowed my search down to a new Cherokee or a year-old Lincoln MKC. Cherokee has the better off-road and general 4wd cred, while I like the look and feel, inside and out, of the MKC better, and it's perfectly fine for snowy street conditions and light (okay, very light) off-road duty. Kinda leaning towards the new Cherokee, my only reservations are about reliability.

      about 1 year ago
    • N&T Auto Reviews
      N&T Auto Reviews In reply to Frank Burns

      I love the 19 Cherokee, the MKC not so much. Drive both of them and see which one you feel more comfortable with, that’s my suggestion

      about 1 year ago
    • Flip Side
      Flip Side

      How much for the Trail hawk?.... Thanks

      about 1 year ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to Flip Side

      +Flip Side They are not that bad at all,depends on the options you want.trailhawks have a better 4 wheel drive system if you like playing in the hills.

      about 1 month ago
    • Flip Side
      Flip Side In reply to Flip Side

      Thanks

      about 1 year ago
    • N&T Auto Reviews
      N&T Auto Reviews In reply to Flip Side

      Take a look at the end of the video, all trim levels are priced out at 30:49!

      about 1 year ago
    • Tom Smeal
      Tom Smeal

      He said 'spare tire'. Is it a compact spare or real spare tire? I don't want to go off road without a REAL spare tire.

      about 1 year ago
    • Richard Dobreny
      Richard Dobreny In reply to Tom Smeal

      With Trailhawk and trailer tow package, you get a full-size spare

      about 27 days ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to Tom Smeal

      +Millie Lillie Not all of them.

      about 1 month ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to Tom Smeal

      Get the trailhawk.

      about 1 month ago
    • Millie Lillie
      Millie Lillie In reply to Tom Smeal

      Tom Smeal it's a full sized extra tire

      about 9 months ago
    • Steve Hammes
      Steve Hammes

      Horsepower is 270 for the 2.0 L turbo, 271 for the V6, better mileage with the Turbo though

      about 1 year ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to Steve Hammes

      +Mike McColl I disagree,i bought the 2019 limited,and you should drive the 2.0,it's really quick and fun to drive.it has turbo lag at times when you let up and begin to take back off but i can live with it.they are blaming it on the 9 speed transmission,i don't know why,it's clearly a hesitation in the engine upon a stopping situation,when you take back off,it has turbo lag,not transmission problems.but i love mine.i can leave the v6's sitting in the dust,they are quick.

      about 1 month ago
    • Mike McColl
      Mike McColl In reply to Steve Hammes

      Better mileage of 2.0 turbo more than cancelled by the cost of the premium gas it requires . The V6 is a better value overall .

      about 1 year ago
    • N&T Auto Reviews
      N&T Auto Reviews In reply to Steve Hammes

      More power overall with the 2.0 and better mileage. It has 56 lb-ft of torque more than the V6.

      about 1 year ago
    • Doug McArtin
      Doug McArtin

      One of the most unusual feature of this vehicle is that there is no gas cap. Would have been worth a mention since you took the trouble to open the fuel hatch.

      about 1 year ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to Doug McArtin

      +N&T Auto Reviews Yes it's become common,i personally wish they hadn't done this,you could clean it so much easier without having to worry about hitting that little spring loaded nozzle seal.

      about 1 month ago
    • N&T Auto Reviews
      N&T Auto Reviews In reply to Doug McArtin

      Lots of newer cars do not have gas caps.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mitchell Pritsker
      Mitchell Pritsker

      It would’ve been better if you left the key inside the vehicle when it’s on and you don’t have to take it out of the cupholder.

      about 1 year ago
    • John Gillman
      John Gillman In reply to Mitchell Pritsker

      +N&T Auto Reviews you can't.

      about 1 month ago
    • donna lopez
      donna lopez In reply to Mitchell Pritsker

      If you leave the fob in the car it will not lock. This happened to me on vacation I could not understand why the car was refusing to lock, I thought the car was broke as it turns out my key fob was in my purse and I was going to lock my purse in the car for a few minutes.

      about 1 year ago
    • N&T Auto Reviews
      N&T Auto Reviews In reply to Mitchell Pritsker

      Yes, but I don’t want to take any chances of locking the keys inside lol.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mitchell Pritsker
      Mitchell Pritsker

      All Jeeps have the typical seven slot grill.

      about 1 year ago