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    2019 Jeep Cherokee OVERVIEW

    The big brands are all squabbling for a piece of the compact SUV pie. Jeep brings what it does best to the table: a practical package with real off-road capability.

    What's New for 2019

    The Cherokee gets a substantial update this year, with both cosmetic and mechanical upgrades.

    On the exterior, Jeep has redone the front fascia and headlights, which were a bit polarizing in previous years. The taillights, exhaust tips, and license plate placement change slightly as well. The interior features glossy accents and a new selection of infotainment options.

    The big mechanical addition is a new turbocharged engine with a retuned automatic transmission to suit the change. The suspension and all-wheel drive system see slight tweaks as well, as part of a bid to save weight.

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    Choosing Your Jeep Cherokee

    The Cherokee lineup includes a wide range of options and equipment, beginning with its engine lineup. The base engine is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder unit producing 180 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque. The next step up is the familiar 3.2-liter V6 with 271 hp and 239 lb-ft. Where it’s not standard, the 3.2-liter is available as an option for $1,745.

    Jeep’s new engine entry is another four-cylinder, but this 2.0-liter works alongside a turbocharger to produce 270 hp and 295 lb-ft. The notable figure is the torque, which doesn’t help with the towing figure (4,000 pounds vs the 3.2’s 4,500-pound rating) but does boost the Cherokee's performance both on the road and at the pumps. The turbo is available for $500 over the V6 on all trims except the most basic.

    The turbo engine gets the best mileage of the bunch as well, at an estimated 23 mpg city, 31 highway, and 26 combined (for FWD models). The 2.4 and the 3.2 get an estimated 22/31/25 and 20/29/23, respectively. All three engines are routed through Jeep’s revised nine-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is standard on the Cherokee's Trailhawk, but it’s an option on all other trims, usually for a $1,500 premium.

    The 2019 Cherokee rolls out with some well-placed standard features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. All models boast at least a seven-inch infotainment screen with the newest generation of Jeep’s UConnect system.

    For further option selection, Jeep offers five trims: Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited, Trailhawk, and Overland.


    The Latitude is the cheapest of the litter, starting at $25,190 after a $1,195 destination fee. Option choices are limited, but the Latitude does get goodies like a rearview camera and the seven-inch infotainment display. The 2019 upgrade also means that the interior features nicer bezels and door insets than the previous generation.

    The 3.2-liter engine is an option, but the turbo is not. All-wheel drive is available for $1,500, and the only other stand-alone options are a spare tire and XM radio.

    The Latitude starts with 17-inch steel rims, but a Popular Appearance Package upgrades them to aluminum and adds tinted glass for $695. The only other package available is a Cold Weather Group, which includes heated seats, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, remote start, and windshield wiper de-icers, all for $795.

    Latitude Plus

    The Latitude Plus starts at $27,690 and adds the 2.0-liter turbo to the options list. Other benefits include a power driver’s seat, interior LED lighting, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and keyless entry. The 17-inch aluminum wheels are standard as well.

    A SafetyTec Package is a no-cost option and adds blind-spot detection, power side mirrors with turn signals, and a rear parking sensors.

    The Cold Weather Package is still available for $795, and a Comfort/Convenience Package is now an option for $795. The latter adds a power outlet, dual-zone automatic climate control, a power liftgate, remote start, and a garage door opener.

    The final package option is a Trailer Tow Group for $795, which adds wiring harnesses, a trailer hitch, and upgraded engine cooling. The Latitude Plus also allows two more stand-alone options: an upgraded nine-speaker sound system for $695 and a panoramic sunroof for $1,295.


    Starting at $31,570, the Limited trim starts to push into luxury territory. Along with all the standard features from the Latitude Plus, the Cherokee Limited comes standard with heated leather seats, power front seats, dual-zone temperature control, and a heated steering wheel (in other words, the Cold Weather Package is standard). It rolls on 18-inch aluminum wheels and comes with the full-size 8.4-inch infotainment display. The Limited is the only trim where all-wheel drive isn’t a $1,500 option—here, it’s $3,245.

    The Trailer Tow Package is still available, but the Limited opens up two new package selections in a Technology Group and a Luxury Group. For $995, the former adds a host of safety features, including adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, automatic high beams, lane departure warning, and automatic wipers. The Luxury Package costs $1,195 for a hands-free power liftgate, ventilated front seats, an adjustable second row, and carpeted cargo panels. The sunroof and audio upgrades are still stand-alone options, as is navigation software for $795.


    The Trailhawk (starting at $34,515) is Jeep’s offroad-oriented trim, and it’s nearly different enough to warrant its own model designation. The suspension is lifted, the fender flares are wider, the front bumper features tow hooks, and the wheels have dedicated all-terrain tires. There are skid plates under the front suspension and the fuel tank. The all-wheel drive system is beefed up and the rear differential can be locked. The 3.2-liter V6 is standard (the turbo is still an option), as is the 8.4-inch display. Some (but not all) of the interior features are standard as well, like a power driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and dual-zone temperature control.

    The Trailer Tow and Cold Weather packages return for $795 each. The third option is a Comfort/Convenience Package, also for $795, which adds the power liftgate, remote start, garage door opener, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. On the exterior, Jeep will paint your rims black for $655 or add rock rails for $1,095. Navigation is still an option for $795, and the panoramic sunroof is still available, though the upgraded speaker system is not.

    The $2,995 Trailhawk Elite Package is essentially a luxury version of this off-road brute. It adds back most of the creature comforts included in the upper trims, including heated, ventilated, and power front seats, plus a heated steering wheel. Black wheels and rock rails are still stand-alone options, as is the nine-speaker sound system for $695.


    For $37,470, the Overland delivers the Cherokee’s most luxurious experience. All previous comforts are standard, plus new goodies like the navigation software and a heated wood- and leather-trimmed steering wheel. The Overland rolls on big 19-inch aluminum wheels, and the interior has satin chrome accents and matte-black finish. The 3.2-liter V6 is standard, but the turbo is available as well.

    Because all the luxury features are included, the only available packages are the Trailer Tow Group and the Technology Package, which carries the same $995 charge as the Limited. The only stand-alone option is the panoramic sunroof.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Crossovers are still the domain of practicality, so spec accordingly – we recommend the Latitude Plus trim, which still allows plenty of room for luxury options and customizability. Most trims will have enough adventure readiness for the average buyer, but if you plan to spend a lot of time away from pavement, the Trailhawk will face some surprisingly serious terrain.

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