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The freshened 2019 Cherokee remains in good supply across the country. You should have no problem finding the one you want. As usual, pricing is aggressive.
The Sport trim has been dropped, leaving the Latitude as the entry-level model, not to mention the most popular. The plush Limited, rugged Trailhawk, and line-topping Overland models are stocked in much smaller numbers.
The carryover 2020 Cherokee continues arriving at dealers and supplies are looking good.
Current factory offers will remain in effect until December 2, 2019. Lease promotions listed here are available nationally, but rebates and APR offers can vary by region. These figures are for California. Black Friday promotions are already factored into these offers.
New ways to save big:
Everyone can get Employee Pricing (5% below invoice) this month on the 2019 Cherokee in return for paying a $200 fee.
On top of that, Jeep is offering a $3,250 rebate on the 2019 Latitude and Upland, and $2,500 on the other trims.
In addition, buyers who finance through Jeep at non-promotional rates will receive a $1,000 finance bonus toward any model.
The rebate on all 2020 Cherokee trims is $1,750, and a $750 finance bonus is available.
Lease specials on the 2019 Cherokee appear to have ended for the model year. Offers on the 2020s haven't started yet, but they will probably appear by next month. For now, see your local dealer for a quote.
Choice of APR deals:
Instead of the standard rebate on a 2019 Cherokee, you can take advantage of 0% financing for 60 months throughout the lineup. The deal comes with $1,000 bonus cash. Your other option is 0% for 36 months, plus $2,500 bonus cash.
On the 2020 Cherokee, Jeep offers 0% for 36 months, plus $2,500 on all trims. Longer terms are available at incrementally higher rates.