Time to distill all the hype about the new Jeep Cherokee. Here are the truly important features for 2019 and what they mean to you. Is the new 2.0L TDIG engine the best engine for you or should you stick to the super fuel efficient 2.4L TigerShark, or the tried and true 3.2L V-6.

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    • Brotha1984
      Brotha1984

      Welp I'm not a Baller I bought a used jeep Cherokee latitude 2016 2.4 baseline model with only 14k miles for 16k at car max it gets the job done 🤣🤣😂🤗🤗🤗

      about 4 months ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5

      We LOVE our 19 Cherokee Limited. I bought a new 19 Wrangler Sahara Unlimited. My wife traded her 16 Mazda CX-5 for the Cherokee and I traded my 16 Kia Sorento SXL-V6 for the Wrangler. We are both much happier with the Jeeps. Consumer Reports is an excellent publication, but they aren't always as on target as I wish they were. Jeep quality is excellent. Very happy. PS> we made sure we got the V6's on both.

      about 7 months ago
    • Javier Bengoa
      Javier Bengoa

      How does that engine performs in altitude, I live at 2500 meters above sea level

      about 8 months ago
    • arnoni11
      arnoni11

      i recently bought a 2019 latitude plus v6. still love mine!

      about 9 months ago
    • Jeff Wiles
      Jeff Wiles

      I have the 2019 trailhawk elite. The transmission is fine and its a great vechile best purchase I ever made.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jeff Wiles
      Jeff Wiles In reply to Jeff Wiles

      It's been almost 10 months to the day since I bought it and it's preformed great in the Canadian winter. No issues at all including the transmission highly recommend

      about 7 months ago
    • Jeff Wiles
      Jeff Wiles In reply to Jeff Wiles

      It's been almost 10 months to the day since I bought it. No issues at all and it preformed great in the Canadian winter

      about 7 months ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5 In reply to Jeff Wiles

      They are AWESOME!!!!!. 2 Jeeps with us. Both 19's. Read above.

      about 7 months ago
    • K. Theodos
      K. Theodos In reply to Jeff Wiles

      How do like the on-road handling of the Cherokee so far? Still happy you bought it? Is the transmission still behaving?

      about 1 year ago
    • Jeff Wiles
      Jeff Wiles In reply to Jeff Wiles

      Other than the quality and comfort and ride and handling. It would be the ability to go both on road and off and knowing my Jeep can get me where I want to go.

      about 1 year ago
    • Attilio Rizzo Jr.
      Attilio Rizzo Jr.

      Just got one I'm impressed

      about 1 year ago
    • Bob Quattrini
      Bob Quattrini

      My 1999 Cherokee Xj has almost 330,000 miles and is still like new.These new Jeeps are just way Overpriced crap....

      about 1 year ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5 In reply to Bob Quattrini

      Your opinion is stupid. They are great high quality vehicles and you can get great deals on them. Congratulations on having so many good miles on your 99. That said, stop raining on other peoples parade. You sound like a Redneck.

      about 7 months ago
    • 1975prissy
      1975prissy In reply to Bob Quattrini

      Bob Quattrini then just keep your miled out the booty current Jeep and hush. If you don’t want a new one it’s simple, don’t buy one. Nobody really cares about your opinion anyway.

      about 1 year ago
    • Dino Toledo
      Dino Toledo

      Just bought the entry level cherokee. With the 7k rebate, I cant complain.

      about 1 year ago
    • CapeAnnImages
      CapeAnnImages

      My wife is picking up her new one later today but I gotta ask.....Who's the bright designer who placed the antenna between the luggage racks? And who placed the fuel door on the passenger side? Most if not all gas stations around here you have to keep to the right of the pumps! I guess if the hose is long enough we'll havta drape it over the roof, avoid the antenna and fuel up! I guess the designer is from the UK!

      about 1 year ago
    • Peter Watson
      Peter Watson In reply to CapeAnnImages

      keeps your arse protected from traffic if/when you find yourself refueling on the side of the road. I actually think its a pretty smart idea. My wifes old mazda 3 had the same thing.

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

      To have to walk around the car and fuel it from the passenger side is the most retarded design I have ever seen

      about 6 months ago
    • CapeAnnImages
      CapeAnnImages In reply to CapeAnnImages

      Gloucester, Ma is where I live and what side of the pumps you pull up at is not regulated, it's the traffic patterns , the gas station layout and the short fuel hoses that makes it difficult. And in some cases annoying for other drivers pulling in.

      about 1 year ago
    • steeltimberwolf
      steeltimberwolf In reply to CapeAnnImages

      Where do you live that they regulate which direction you have to park to fuel?

      about 1 year ago
    • oldrudedog
      oldrudedog

      I have a 2017 Cherokee with V-6 and get 23-25 MPG around town and 33 MPG on the highway. I still don't like the 9 speed trans. as it is too many gears for this small of car. Got power to tow but the trans can't figure out what gear it's suppose to be in. They can get rid of the start-stop feature as I get better mileage with it off.

      about 1 year ago
    • Paul Fody
      Paul Fody

      I like what Jeep has done with the 2019 model. I'm somewhat concerned with the integrity of the 9 speed auto transmission

      about 1 year ago
    • Bob Quattrini
      Bob Quattrini In reply to Paul Fody

      My 1999 Cherokee Xj has almost 330,000 miles and the Motor and Transmission are still like new.T hese new vehicles are crap....And that 9 speed POS....HAHA!!!!!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Paul Fody
      Paul Fody In reply to Paul Fody

      Well, actually they've had issues with all their transmissions whether they be 6, 8, or 9 speed

      about 1 year ago
    • 4WD Magazine
      4WD Magazine In reply to Paul Fody

      Becasue it is a 9-speed over 8-speed (or 6)?

      about 1 year ago
    • kayakgoalie
      kayakgoalie

      I just bought a 2018 TH with the V6 and really like it. i had considered waiting for the 2019, but got such a good price, I couldn't pass it up.

      about 1 year ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5 In reply to kayakgoalie

      @Ofc Bob 2019 tranny is superb.

      about 7 months ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5 In reply to kayakgoalie

      @Kelly Pates Go to a LARGE dealer, last day of the month, few hours before closing. The very very best time to go is the last few days of the month on the last month of the year. So just after Christmas is the sweet spot. They'll do anything!.

      about 7 months ago
    • Ofc Bob
      Ofc Bob In reply to kayakgoalie

      so, how has that 9 speed transmission behaved since ownership?

      about 7 months ago
    • Stan Fishman
      Stan Fishman In reply to kayakgoalie

      Same Here. Latitude Plus with the V6, Cold Weather pack, tow pack, panoramic sunroof, leather and $8000 savings. Hard to say NO.

      about 1 year ago
    • megabyte
      megabyte In reply to kayakgoalie

      At a dealer in the suburbs of Chicago. The key was that I scoped out exactly what I wanted during the last few days of the month, then on the last day of the month, a few hours before they closed, I went back to deal. Seeing that they were expecting 2019s to arrive any day and the Sales reps wanted to make his numbers, it turned out to be an excellent strategy. Also, my trade had low miles and I paid cash.

      about 1 year ago
    • Michael Miller
      Michael Miller

      I know Jeep calls this a midsize SUV, but for all intents and purposes, its a compact SUV. If you want midsize, you want the Grand Cherokee.

      about 1 year ago
    • Liam Ross
      Liam Ross In reply to Michael Miller

      Yep. The cargo capacity and interior volume is significantly, and I mean significantly smaller than the new CRV and even the new 2019 Forester and Rav4. The Cherokee is indeed a compact SUV with a rather smaller cargo hold and footprint albeit it with real off-road potential.

      about 1 year ago
    • Yanni
      Yanni In reply to Michael Miller

      Well in European terms is definately midsize.

      about 1 year ago
    • 4WD Magazine
      4WD Magazine In reply to Michael Miller

      It does seem like the categories are getting smaller.

      about 1 year ago
    • 4WD Magazine
      4WD Magazine

      Jeep has introduced a new inline four cylinder engine for the Cherokee. Memories of the underpowered four's of the past still leave me feeling queasy. Are you be ready drive a four-banger 4x4 SUV or is a six-cylinder your engine of choice?

      about 1 year ago
    • David McMurray
      David McMurray In reply to 4WD Magazine

      I own the 4, and its a major upgrade to the 6. Little buzzy at high speed, but the 6 cant touch it for power and speed, not to mention the savings in gas. You wont be disappointed.

      about 1 year ago
    • Michael Miller
      Michael Miller In reply to 4WD Magazine

      The advertised numbers on the 2 liter turbo are actually quite impressive. It has more torque than the V6.

      about 1 year ago