( www.TFLcar.com ) Getting Muddy in the New 2019 2.0L Turbo Jeep Cherokee TrailHawk

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    • Alchie Tagapan
      Alchie Tagapan

      Do you guys put premium gas on this car?

      about 3 days ago
    • Todd Mcroberts
      Todd Mcroberts

      I purchased a 2019 Cherokee TrailHawk on Dec 31. I live near the Canadian border and we get a lot of snow. This TrailHawk in standard auto setting really goes threw snow. If you have to climb a snow covered none plowed hill, drop it in 4low and lock the rear dif. this thing is very winter capable.

      about 8 days ago
    • Chico Mackie
      Chico Mackie

      I have a 2019 Jerokee Trailhawk (v6), I absolutely love it but I have a very slight (rattle) which sounds like it’s on the drivers side, somewhere near the driver I think, does anyone have an idea what it could be. It’s really annoying to me, my wife thinks I’m crazy but I keep hearing it!!!!!

      about 13 days ago
    • Clint S
      Clint S

      I just picked up a 2019 Cherokee on a lease for my wife. Fully loaded. Super cheap lease $300 per month.
      We got it while a heavy snow was falling. The jeep was amazing. It was so much better than my wifes car on the snow. She's got a nice safe ride now.

      about 29 days ago
    • lowmansdue
      lowmansdue

      Love the video......would absolutely love a "trail eagle" lol.....I have 2017 renegade TH and love it but those are definitely the few things I wish it had

      about 1 month ago
    • Trail Hunter
      Trail Hunter

      I bought 2019 cherokee TH and at 5000 miles it sits at the dealer with manufacturer's best engineers trying to fix it. Day 15 at time of post. Beware of the bells and whistles and transmission

      about 2 months ago
    • Paul J
      Paul J In reply to Trail Hunter

      +Trail Hunter 2014-2015 had known transmission issues since the ZF-9 was a new design and controversial one at that. As the other person said a simple lifetime warranty upgrade should ease any concern one has.

      about 1 month ago
    • Trail Hunter
      Trail Hunter In reply to Trail Hunter

      Beware means be cautious to the potential consumer that chooses to arm themselves with a little more info for a better decision. It's not up for debate from any pompous onlookers, only those whom are concerned of possible future probs.

      about 1 month ago
    • Paul J
      Paul J In reply to Trail Hunter

      Why should we beware? I have a 2016 TH with 118,000k. ZERO issues with the transmissions and nothing has broken down. All I have done is oil changes and I changed the Brakes, rotors and tires, not to mention a transmission fluid flush/change. Just because you had a bad experience doesn't mean everyone else will. I had a 2016 Tacoma I purchased for work as well, and the engine and drive trail went kaboom. This is a known issue with that year and it was sitting in the Toyota dealership for 1 month. Does this means suddenly all Tacoma's are bad?

      about 1 month ago
    • Mannaf Raju
      Mannaf Raju

      stay away from cherokee ,,you want to know why?ask me

      about 2 months ago
    • Paul J
      Paul J In reply to Mannaf Raju

      ok I am asking you as an owner of a 2016 TH with 118,00k with Zero issues.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jacob Urban
      Jacob Urban

      My buddy owns a 2018 Cherokee TH, and I am very, very impressed that I will own either the GC because it has the diesel option or this with the 3.2L V6. We took it on a offroad trail with ridiculous bumps and dips, and for a 2018, he beat the crap out of that thing like it was a 1990 Civic. In my mind, I thought we would break an axle. Everyone has a different perspective, everyone does, but I love the look of these new Cherokees, maybe not the new 2019 but definitely the model before. These things can handle anything with the right equipment, don't diss these beasts. He loves his, and the only regret he has is that he got the 4 cylinder and not the V6, other than that, he loves it! Very comfortable, great interior/exterior, simple setup for the interior, and the infotainment is just amazing! At least for my taste.

      about 3 months ago
    • Thomas Knych
      Thomas Knych

      I'll take this on any day in my crosstrek!

      about 3 months ago
    • Fazed and Amused
      Fazed and Amused

      Just needs a 1-2" lift and some more aggressive tires... tempting.

      about 4 months ago
    • Dan R
      Dan R

      Better than the Rav 4 and any Subaru by far

      about 5 months ago
    • darkie00
      darkie00

      Wish it was that renegade driver driving. To show the abuse this car can take. Not the sissy boy who was afraid to go over a few bumps at a couple MPH.

      about 5 months ago
    • Jake McBride
      Jake McBride

      Grand Commander in the back at 2:25?

      about 6 months ago
    • EGGINFOOLS
      EGGINFOOLS

      Is that a piece of chewed bubble gum on the trail...? 4low engaged. I don't think they know 4hi is an option. Lol j/k

      about 6 months ago
    • HB RC
      HB RC

      Hey take this jeep to gold mine hill!🤙

      about 6 months ago
    • Oblivion Smoke Shop LLC
      Oblivion Smoke Shop LLC

      I'll give it to FCA for setting up a dope ass track but honestly I haven't seen one part of the course yet that my 05 legacy non outback on street tires couldn't have done. Bring out an outback, forester, xv crosstrek, or any Subaru couldn't handle

      about 7 months ago
    • Paul J
      Paul J In reply to Oblivion Smoke Shop LLC

      bahahahahaha......Here we go again with a subbie lover. Reminds me of the apple cult. Oh I used to own Subaru's from 1988-1999. Yes the course here is a joke but it's meant to get the point across and showcase the jeeps features. I could show you other video's on youtube that your Subbie would turn around and run as fast as it can.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ranger xp crew 1000
      Ranger xp crew 1000

      Nice little ride, wish they still had body on frame .

      about 7 months ago
    • BL y
      BL y In reply to Ranger xp crew 1000

      Ranger xp crew 1000 XJ Cherokee was unibody...buy a wrangler.

      about 7 months ago
    • sugonmaballs
      sugonmaballs

      Those Firestone ATs have been great tires in snow and mud in my experience. They're my go-to for an AT for the value they offer.

      about 8 months ago
    • thedefinitive
      thedefinitive

      Dude yes! Renegade SRT lol!

      about 8 months ago
    • sirtubemaster
      sirtubemaster

      Such a "girl" car if ihave ever seen one!

      about 8 months ago
    • Paul J
      Paul J In reply to sirtubemaster

      Good thing opinion are like Assholes everyone has one and nobody want's to see it.

      about 1 month ago
    • JANA KHADDAJ
      JANA KHADDAJ

      Can you please go offroading with the grand cherokee??

      about 8 months ago
    • Ben Treece
      Ben Treece

      One thing that will make the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk even better is the offer with a 3 l diesel V6

      about 8 months ago
    • Shkotay D
      Shkotay D

      Got a 2017 KL Trailhawk and I like it just fine.

      One day I want to upgrade to a 4-door Rubicon sure, but by god these KLs are capable, tough little monsters. I have zero complaints owning a CAR that can make everything my fellows in stock and some lifted Wranglers can do lol. I just finished a trail with mud and slippery rock steps not one of them thought I could make. Took me a few more tries, but I did it.

      They DO need rock sliders though if you want to do some serious rock clambering or seriously tough trails. That and these little beasts are comfortable and not bad at all on gas for the V6.

      about 8 months ago
    • Edward Willey III
      Edward Willey III

      The Renegade I had as a rental for a week had 4WD and therefore the Tigershark engine. It sucked in city traffic. The 9 speed was glacially slow in shifting and the engine was way underpowered as compared to a Santa Fe Sport without a turbo. The interior I thought was garbage. I just dont see the appeal. In Texas it's a girl car.

      about 8 months ago
    • leadnsteel
      leadnsteel

      They need to make a real off road version. Give this a 2" lift, larger tires and it would be great.
      It also needs a diesel. I know diesel is dying but I have a Chevy Colorado diesel. It's not very fast but it gets great mpgs

      about 8 months ago
    • SilverWolf25
      SilverWolf25

      You guys really don’t think a Subaru Forester could make it on that trail? I think it could. Watch other videos throughout YouTube. The Forester goes through a lot worse than that.

      about 8 months ago
    • Ian Hausser
      Ian Hausser

      I´ll keep my 2001 Cherokee. This should be called #notajeep or more appropriately an overpriced gadgety mall crawler.

      about 8 months ago
    • Paul J
      Paul J In reply to Ian Hausser

      You do that and the rest of us will get on with life and enjoy the fruits technological progression offers us.

      about 1 month ago
    • Chris Robichaud
      Chris Robichaud

      i am a jeep guy through and through still driving my old XJ, however i think my wife's Mazda CX-5 could make it through this trail.

      about 8 months ago
    • Google User
      Google User

      Built for soccer moms and WAY over priced for a light duty AWD.

      about 8 months ago
    • ARXDMOS
      ARXDMOS In reply to Google User

      older model and the new one with the turbo 4 is much more capable.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyJBr9O-u8g

      about 8 months ago
    • Carl Ouimet
      Carl Ouimet

      Cherokee, Compass and Renegade all crap

      about 8 months ago
    • ARXDMOS
      ARXDMOS In reply to Carl Ouimet

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyJBr9O-u8g

      about 8 months ago