Jeep's Cherokee sees a refresh for 2019 and a ton of choices, most notably their new 2.0 I-4 turbo engine.

With three engine choices, 8 trim levels, 11 seat and color options each, there's nearly something for everyone here.

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    • Dana Smethurst
      Dana Smethurst

      I'm glad you like the seats! I work at a plant that builds them. I'm on the driver line, so I built your driver's seat. I bought a 2019 Cherokee Latitude 4x4, and I'm loving it!

      about 1 day ago
    • Dana Smethurst
      Dana Smethurst In reply to Dana Smethurst

      @Modern Mississauga Media sure did!

      about 16 hours ago
    • Modern Mississauga Media
      Modern Mississauga Media In reply to Dana Smethurst

      Hey Dana - that's awesome! Did you also build the seats for the 2020 Cherokee I tested here?
      https://youtu.be/xICNH1EdMrc

      Very cool that you're in the Latitude 4X4...have you gone off roading yet?

      about 19 hours ago
    • eqlzr2
      eqlzr2

      You can easily disable the Automatic Start/Stop by just unplugging a connector on the battery under the hood.

      about 12 days ago
    • audioentertainment
      audioentertainment

      I bought a 2019 Cherokee Latitude Plus 09/2019 - I put 6300 miles on it - Transmission was laggy, motor was great, interior was really nice (especially for a Jeep), Electronics are horrible. Last week the vehicle went in to Limp mode due to an issue with the EGR - had to have it towed 70 miles to the dealer (Chrysler only paid for 53 miles of this). The day we took delivery (around 100 miles on vehicle due to dealer trade) the cruise control switch didn't work. 2 weeks into ownership the windshield cracked due to an install error (Chrysler replaced). After picking the car up from the EGR problem, 2 days later the entire infotainment screen went out. Dealer said it was an update. I no longer have this vehicle as I do not trust it - I now have a Mazda CX5 - couldn't be happier so far. I cannot recommend the Jeep Cherokee, or Chrysler products based on my experience with this for approximately 2.5 months.

      about 16 days ago
    • playsinrain
      playsinrain

      I see that DMB radio 😍

      about 1 month ago
    • Anthony
      Anthony

      Glovebox I believe is supposed to be big enough for a laptop. Also for that little area in front of the arm rest you can get a little tray on amazon that is molded for that area that is about 3!inched deep and a few inches wide to hold stuff.

      about 2 months ago
    • Dana Smethurst
      Dana Smethurst In reply to Anthony

      Got that! Perfect for phone, keys, and any small item. Definitely necessary!

      about 1 day ago
    • Dana Smethurst
      Dana Smethurst In reply to Anthony

      I got that! And it's perfect for phone, keys, etc. Great for a little extra storage

      about 1 day ago
    • Mike DeMarco
      Mike DeMarco

      The rear USB cover goes up, and the rear power plug cover goes down, so you can tell which is which in the dark.

      The front power plug cover opens to the right, so it can be accessed by the driver.

      about 4 months ago
    • Henry Jones
      Henry Jones

      No paddles? Why? EU version has paddels

      about 5 months ago
    • Modern Mississauga Media
      Modern Mississauga Media In reply to Henry Jones

      @Henry Jones Very odd for a vehicle that's pushed to be an off-roader.

      about 4 months ago
    • Henry Jones
      Henry Jones In reply to Henry Jones

      @Modern Mississauga Media I know. We don't even get the tow hooks in the front and the AT Tires with the Trailhawk...

      about 4 months ago
    • Modern Mississauga Media
      Modern Mississauga Media In reply to Henry Jones

      Entirely different marketplace in North America vs EU.

      about 4 months ago
    • Henry Jones
      Henry Jones

      But usually you drive without a camera and you are able to hold the steering wheel with your left hand. Whiper problem solved! 😁

      about 5 months ago
    • Ronald P
      Ronald P

      Orange turn signals, how it always should be. - PERK You have pockets in the back of both front seats to put some of those magazines in eh - PERK Contort your hand for the rear wiper 100 times you'll discover new muscles..but bad design ...Hey I still give Tim Horton's 8 quarters at the drive thru so change pockets are ok 10.7 per 100km isn't bad for Peel traffic.

      I like the look of this on the road...like Ford Escape there are too many individual options that can add up, maybe there's some packages? I still don't trust the long term reliability of Jeep. Good series you do here.

      about 6 months ago
    • Modern Mississauga Media
      Modern Mississauga Media In reply to Ronald P

      Agreed re: Orange signals AND magazine pockets!

      Thanks for the kind works, Ronald - much appreciated!

      about 6 months ago
    • Blake Swan
      Blake Swan

      I'm happy you pointed out that from the side, Toyota completely copied the Cherokee. I was at a light next to the new Rav4 and thought it was a Cherokee until I saw its claw face in my mirror

      about 6 months ago