Who cares if this loaded Elite version of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is "Trail Rated?" It's honestly a good driving vehicle ON the road, too! M.S.R.P. - $41,150.

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#Jeep #Cherokee #Trailhawk

Comments

    • Chris Devarenne
      Chris Devarenne

      How would it compare to the 2020 Subaru Outback, I wonder?

      about 1 day ago
    • kavaar87
      kavaar87

      Traded my 2015 Cherokee for a 2019 Trailhawk. I love it! Some small issues with the 15, but the 19 has it all fixed.

      about 29 days ago
    • James Orlowski
      James Orlowski

      What's the difference between the "Elite" and non-Elite Trailhawk trims?

      about 2 months ago
    • Michael Carter
      Michael Carter In reply to James Orlowski

      And it has more of the fancy things like the heated seats, hands free trunks. I got the normal version cause I don’t need all that stuff.

      about 9 days ago
    • Resistance Forever
      Resistance Forever In reply to James Orlowski

      The elite has blacked out badging

      about 9 days ago
    • sev7da creater
      sev7da creater

      I love this Jeep I purchased it in pearl black 2018

      about 2 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to sev7da creater

      Nice! Congrats on your ride, sev7da creater, and thanks for watching!

      about 2 months ago
    • good luck
      good luck

      Nice ride !

      about 2 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to good luck

      Sure is, John Dickerson. Shame Jeep wanted it back, though. Thanks for watching!

      about 2 months ago
    • Jay Chapman
      Jay Chapman

      8.7" of clearance is not impressive enough. They should have gave it a bit more. Our 18 Subaru limited Crosstrek has 8.7 inches of clearance as well. The crosstrek is pretty much a car that can go a few extra places. I expect way more from the trailhawk

      about 3 months ago
    • Michael Carter
      Michael Carter In reply to Jay Chapman

      Jay Chapman yah I was looking at a used 2017 Chevy pickup or 2019 jeep Cherokee Trailhawk. Hated to trade in my 2008 WRX but I needed something newer and more room so the Jeep won.

      about 9 days ago
    • Jay Chapman
      Jay Chapman In reply to Jay Chapman

      +Michael Carter on that note I did want the trail hawk over my f150. The wife hated the look. I liked the capability though.

      about 9 days ago
    • Michael Carter
      Michael Carter In reply to Jay Chapman

      You can go 2” inches and still keep warrenty. Prob on my list later in the year or when I get closer to replace tires next year as I’ll switch to some better tires than. For now and daily driving it’s ok.

      about 9 days ago
    • Perry Bonner
      Perry Bonner

      I admire his enthusiasm and energy
      Everything that u said engine suspension transmission it is true I totally agree with you acceptable

      about 3 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to Perry Bonner

      Thank you, Perry Bonner. You should see Chris after he's had some candy! LOL We appreciate your comments and thanks for watching!

      about 3 months ago
    • eqlzr2
      eqlzr2

      Chris: For once I'd like to see a new car that was just "New" rather than "All New". WTF does "All New" mean anyway? Not much, I suspect.

      about 3 months ago
    • Spencer Munson
      Spencer Munson

      I’ll stick with my xj😂

      about 3 months ago
    • ROADDAWG 25
      ROADDAWG 25

      That was a crappy review

      about 4 months ago
    • Scott Williams
      Scott Williams

      Please learn what the "Trail Rated" badge means. Not every Jeep model gets the badge. It means the Jeep model in stock configuration completed the Rubicon Trail. No easy task. Also those tires are not loud. You want loud, throw on some real off-road tires.

      about 5 months ago
    • Liam Ross
      Liam Ross

      Not all new. Mid cycle refresh.

      about 5 months ago
    • Richard T
      Richard T

      Lemon 🍋

      about 5 months ago
    • Antoine Higgins
      Antoine Higgins

      Just upgraded my 2014 Trailhawk to the first one in the video. I love it.

      about 5 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to Antoine Higgins

      Congrats on your new car, Xerede. Thanks for watching!

      about 5 months ago
    • R.E. Rankin
      R.E. Rankin

      Just bought one for the wife. This Jeep is tricked out with all the gidgets-n-gadgets. Got it for 34.5k. I'll stick to my 04' Ford F-150 FX4. Great review & Happy Trails! 😂

      about 5 months ago
    • Jay Chapman
      Jay Chapman In reply to R.E. Rankin

      I wanted one over my f150. My wife hated the Cherokee and we ended up with an 09 f150 King ranch.

      about 3 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to R.E. Rankin

      Thanks for watching, R. E. Rankin!

      about 5 months ago
    • The Maldos
      The Maldos

      Dude wants to be white so bad lol

      about 6 months ago
    • Larry Haas
      Larry Haas

      Great review! Just got my 2019 TrailHawk 2 1/2 weeks ago and LOVE it!!! I'm really impressed with the fuel economy so far. I have the 3.2 engine and I'm getting 25 miles to the gallon (higher than what it's rated for). That's not highway driving either. I'm mostly on country roads in the Pocono mountains with some stop signs and traffic lights. I haven't gone off-road yet, but I will. I'm actually looking forward to some snow this year knowing that I wont get stuck or have to call out of work.

      about 6 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to Larry Haas

      Thank you for sharing, Larry Has. That Trailhawk should be fantastic in the snow. Enjoy and thanks for watching!

      about 6 months ago
    • SaclunchGsus
      SaclunchGsus

      He kept saying things were upgraded from the older model that weren't... Thumbs down

      about 6 months ago
    • OdinVonTogan
      OdinVonTogan

      I have a 2014 (v6) Trailhawk with over 120,000 miles now and started using an ultimate synthetic oil and just got 27 mpg on a 5,000 mile round trip from SW corner NM to UP of MI just one month ago. Last weekend I was (back) up in White Mountains of AZ (see Alpine, AZ) and was in low-range 4WD in rock mode and crawling up and over (real) mountain top terrain to get into the dominant bull elk country for sighting and bugling-listening. Push the button, turn the dial, and you go from near-max-possible off-road (back) to street-machine-perfect, including a sport mode that makes it go like a Porsche in the (real) mountain switchbacks, paved or gravel. Very awesome for the price. 1" more clearance would be better via a little bigger wheel-wells to allow for 33" off-road tires would be all it needs (stock k02s) for ultimate clearance. Add a little bull-bar and roof-top rack ... then call that version the Trailwolf instead. :) ..... The ratio of wider wheel width vs. narrower upper cabin makes for a low center-of-gravity and that makes for a very sporty ride vs. most SUVs. For perfection: 2" longer in the hatch-back area and a little tougher off-road struts for the front due to all of the engine weight directly over the wheels - again, for stock-perfection so that no after-markets are needed (I upgraded to Bilstein struts at 100,000 miles and the KO2s at 70,000). As noted, wish I could fit some 33s in the wells. FYI: It hits 9th gear at 84 mph, so they could use the same 8-speed as in the Grand Cherokees and it would be fine. .... And interior trim color should be 'gold/bronze' not 'silver/aluminum' (would be my preference). Mine: Both front seats are heated and so is the steering wheel (and I like that now that I'm pushing 60), and I got all that for $38,000 back in 2014.

      about 6 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to OdinVonTogan

      Sounds like you're using your Trailhawk the way it's meant to be used, OdinVonTogan, and enjoying every minute of it. Thanks for sharing and for watching!

      about 6 months ago
    • Moustache Ride
      Moustache Ride

      How loud were the AT tires? I know they were probably nowhere near the level of some aftermarket Mud/ AT tires with huge sidewalls, but does it disrupt the quality of the ride and cabin noise? Currently drive a 2010 Ford Escape whose tires make noise no matter which brand you get apparently

      about 7 months ago
    • Scott Williams
      Scott Williams In reply to Moustache Ride

      Typical A/T tires are not loud. You have to get into tires with true off-road tread like BFG KO2s. Even those are not very loud on the street.

      As far as hate, yes the Cherokee gets hate mainly because the modern ones are just neutered Grand Cherokees. Real Jeepers were hoping for a retro style Cherokee based on the XJ. Sadly FCA decided otherwise.

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

      +AutoAcademics It does help! Thank you and great video! This vehicle seems to get a lot of hate but it is a true all-around SUV

      about 7 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to Moustache Ride

      Hi, RiseAbove300. Considering the type of all-terrain tires on this Cherokee, they weren't that loud at all. This vehicle drove very well. Hope this helps and thanks for watching!

      about 7 months ago
    • Fearless Trailhawk
      Fearless Trailhawk

      Love my '19 TH. Traded up from a '17 when i heard of all the little updates and changes they made. Quite a few TH owners are reporting 26-30mpg highway. I'm usually around 25mpg when not using 4Low.

      about 7 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to Fearless Trailhawk

      That's some pretty good mileage, Fearless Trailhawk. Thanks for sharing and for watching, too!

      about 7 months ago
    • Dan Pitre
      Dan Pitre

      Awesome review! I've been considering trading my '17 Dodge Grand Caravan GT for a new '19 Cherokee trailhawk, I admire the look of it and the tech that comes with it. They outsell everything in north eastern Ontario Canada and I can see why. From what I hear they are phenomenal in the deep snow and on our icy highways. You literally see more Cherokees than Honda Civics.....I'm not even exaggerating lol. Great work my dude👍

      about 9 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to Dan Pitre

      Thank you, Dan Pitre! The Cherokee is a very capable vehicle for all kinds of weather. We appreciate your comments. Thanks for watching!

      about 9 months ago
    • robert b
      robert b

      My next lease 😁

      about 9 months ago
    • Melissa Jones
      Melissa Jones

      I'm still hooked on the Grand Cherokee but this is nice!!! 👍🏾

      about 9 months ago
    • Nuno Lopes
      Nuno Lopes

      Great review, but CJ all you had to do was follow the damn train!

      about 9 months ago
    • canonlybeme4life
      canonlybeme4life

      Great Review. I would get the Limited trim with active drive I and the 2.0T.

      about 9 months ago
    • awesomeness
      awesomeness

      DJ Akademics brother

      about 9 months ago
    • sev7da creater
      sev7da creater In reply to awesomeness

      awesomeness 😂😂😂😂

      about 2 months ago
    • ant sala
      ant sala

      good review

      about 9 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to ant sala

      Thank you, ant sala!

      about 9 months ago
    • DIAMLER
      DIAMLER

      I’ll stick to my very capable 2005 Toyota Land Cruiser.

      about 9 months ago
    • Jay Chapman
      Jay Chapman In reply to DIAMLER

      Have fun with your shitty mog as well

      about 3 months ago
    • Yanni Looking good
      Yanni Looking good In reply to DIAMLER

      Like we give a fuck

      about 6 months ago
    • Alejandro Garcia
      Alejandro Garcia

      Very good video. ...and super nice all yours video

      about 9 months ago
    • AutoAcademics
      AutoAcademics In reply to Alejandro Garcia

      Thank you, Alejandro Garcia! We appreciate your comments. Thanks for watching!

      about 9 months ago