For 2019, the Jeep Cherokee has been updated. With refreshed styling, a revised interior, and a new turbocharged engine option the Cherokee is better poised to compete with compact SUV luminaries like the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. In this video Kelley Blue Book’s Micah Muzio ventures through suburbia and into the wilderness to see how Jeep's updated Cherokee fares .

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    • Ryan Lewis
      Ryan Lewis

      Cringe every time he talks

      about 5 hours ago
    • ms3bani

      review the grand cherokee srt!

      about 1 month ago
    • tundralou

      How can some folks “love” their Jeep and they just bought it or its a week old and its great. The Jeep questionnaire will quit coming after 6 months when the problems begin.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ariel Fetters
      Ariel Fetters

      My family got me the 2019 'Limited' model with the basic 4-cylinder in January 2019. It's stalled twice in the last month. Never keeps the settings I program in. The lumbar support suddenly no longer supports, or even moves. The hi-beams are ridiculously easy to turn on and I accidentally do so constantly while turning on the turn signals. The A/C system is weak (My old PT cruiser was better and stronger, and it was a 2002 basic model), it's constantly changing gears and never seems quite sure what gear to be in, plus it has a huge delay in changing gears if you do sudden throttle or brake movements (Romp on the gas for example, and you're looking at a full second before it figures out it should do something) plus it has only a bit more oomph than my old 2002 PT cruiser with less horsepower. The headrests have some secret latch or something so I can't remove them so I can put on seat covers, and the felt-like covering in the cargo area turns it into a slip-and-slide for grocery bags. Nothing like taking a leisurely turn at a mosey and hearing the week's food go for a joyride. Oh, and the power day/night rearview mirror that does nothing a normal mirror doesn't is twice the size of my old PT's and blocks a big chunk of the forward view. Big enough to block other cars big.

      about 1 month ago
    • Keith Dickson
      Keith Dickson

      Think I will go with the 4 Runner.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nobby Barnes
      Nobby Barnes

      these things are just homely and cheap looking.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nobby Barnes
      Nobby Barnes

      why anyone would choose this over a manual Subaru Crosstrek is beyond me. $41K for the top model = lol.

      about 2 months ago
    • Mauro B
      Mauro B

      I bought new my 2.0 turbo trailhawk yesterday, today I am very happy, even the color Green olives I like very much, I live in California in Newport Beach, California there are many roads off the road, in spring I go for my first test. Thanks for the great video, sorry my English I've only been living in Newport beach for 6 years, I'm deaf, I have a cochlear implant. Thank you. Mauro

      about 2 months ago
    • Overthemoon
      Overthemoon In reply to Mauro B

      Mauro B .. very good comment ...hope u enjoy ur new Jeep. driver Jeep Cherokee Ltd for 18 hrs...looking for another Jeep now...👍

      about 27 days ago
    • ggolds5

      Picked up our 19 Cherokee Limited on Saturday. Superb quality. VERY silky smooth 9 speed tranny. Extremely comfortable, rides smooth. Love this thing. Perfect.

      about 2 months ago
    • Pe An
      Pe An

      Зачем надо было превращать такую машину в уродливую, безликую мыльницу? Неужели она не заслужила остаться в своих традиционных формах, как Wrangler?

      about 2 months ago
    • Barry Goldwasser
      Barry Goldwasser

      Love Micah! He's hilarious, natural, entertaining and real.
      Lyn... Not so much... Sorry Lyn

      about 3 months ago
    • Malcolm Brooks
      Malcolm Brooks

      I had a 2014 and just upgraded to the Trailhawk 2019 with a 4 cyl turbo and LOVE it!

      about 3 months ago
    • NaNslx

      I like Jeeps but they need to get their quality together

      about 3 months ago
    • Melissa Zeiders
      Melissa Zeiders

      Every car brand has issues

      about 3 months ago
    • Nobby Barnes
      Nobby Barnes In reply to Melissa Zeiders

      yeah but some more than others by a country mile.

      about 2 months ago
    • Peppermint

      My neighbour has a new 2019 Grand Cherokee. I think the car has a safety system that brakes the car when there is an obstacle behind. We had 2ft of snow and his car was detecting a small pile of snow and was refusing to move in reverse. Or maybe it was because the bumper sensors were covered with snow ? Anyhow, good to be aware of this if the car won't move when reversing. I've read about a similar issue when towing and trying to reverse. The trailer may bee seen as an obstacle. See this link how to override the system

      about 4 months ago
    • Hr H
      Hr H

      absolute junk, drove one today and didn't even want to finish test drive.

      about 4 months ago
    • bpeterson89

      Love your videos, Micah! Unfortunately the wifey and I leased a 19 Cherokee. Currently in the process of determining if it qualifies as a lemon. Not even 7k miles on it yet and already had 5 visits back to the dealership for transmission issues. Can’t say I’d recommend this one!!!

      about 4 months ago
    • bpeterson89
      bpeterson89 In reply to bpeterson89

      +blackeagle030 Chrysler has been absolutely horrible throughout this Lemon Law process. They didn't respond in over two months to any of my requests so I was forced to get an attorney involved. They have since replied to me but I have yet to have a complete resolution yet. This Jeep being a Lemon did not solely bury my confidence in Chrysler, it has been dealing with corporate. I will never buy or lease any Chrysler product ever again. I cannot wait to get rid of this Jeep and move on with life.

      about 1 month ago
    • blackeagle030
      blackeagle030 In reply to bpeterson89

      bpeterson89 wow! I was thinking about leasing one too.

      about 1 month ago
    • Donna Lippert
      Donna Lippert

      I just purchased a 2019 Jeep Cherokee Latitude 4x4. Wow, what a great riding 4x4. Suspension is sweet and the backup navigation screen and heated seats and steering wheel are very nice. But I still like a CD player but will download my German music.

      about 4 months ago
    • Brian Ochs
      Brian Ochs In reply to Donna Lippert

      I thought the same before but with Android auto and apple car play don't need it I use free apps from Spotify and Iheartradio

      about 2 months ago
    • kenny8295

      The Lynn's Foot Glovebox Test should be a thing.

      about 4 months ago
    • Maxy boy
      Maxy boy

      wheres my stick shift??

      about 5 months ago
    • Nobby Barnes
      Nobby Barnes In reply to Maxy boy

      +byron Rideaux says you

      about 2 months ago
    • byron Rideaux
      byron Rideaux In reply to Maxy boy

      in the automotive graveyard nobody drive sticks anymore

      about 4 months ago
    • ShadowznDust

      You had me at bizarrely deep glove-box.

      about 5 months ago
    • Bagha Shams
      Bagha Shams

      This is the first video I've seen on this channel and the production quality is unreal! Holy smokes.

      about 5 months ago
    • Don Berry
      Don Berry

      Don't like your attitude on the Cherokee review.

      about 5 months ago
    • arnoni11

      hmmmm i dont need all those pointless lane assistance features. think ill go with the v6k model for 26k

      about 5 months ago
    • Alma Cobbs
      Alma Cobbs

      I’m hoping this vehicle is better than 2018 model

      about 6 months ago
    • Bu Ubba
      Bu Ubba

      I love your reviews & I drive a Camry LOL

      about 6 months ago
    • ibrahim thewp
      ibrahim thewp

      from monster to a girl thats what make jeep

      about 6 months ago
    • Liam Ross
      Liam Ross

      Considering it's less than stellar reliability rating and numerous mechanical faults, I will pass despite it's good looks and poor weather potential.

      about 6 months ago
    • Michael Brackett
      Michael Brackett

      I wish Micah could loose the constant condescending attitude when evaluating a car very many people buy and enjoy. It's a jeep your typical crossover buyer would probably not even consider this car to be competition or a good comparison. I own a Grand Cherokee Overland and have had very little costs of ownership but a fair share of recalls over the past 5 years. It rides like a dream and has so many great features but would I go mudding? Nope. I'd look to a Wrangler or 4x4 anything. Point is there's really nothing to compare to the Cherokee so I guess bitching and moaning qualifies as a review to Mr. Micah

      about 7 months ago
    • Florida Cracker
      Florida Cracker

      When are you gonna makes a new 1024 series called the Warren series

      about 7 months ago