Compare 2019 Jeep Cherokee


The 2019 Jeep Cherokee is Better Equipped Than Other SUVs to Handle Driving Tasks Around Goshen

Car shoppers know the 2019 Jeep Cherokee as one of the most off-road capable SUVs on the market, but it is so much more than that. Its interior uses exquisite materials while high-tech features blend flawlessly throughout the cabin for driver and passenger convenience, and with layers of protection, it is an incredibly safe car to drive.

Whether you're a driver with an adventurous spirit that needs a car to match it or a new parent that requires a vehicle to take some stress out of your life, the Jeep Cherokee is one of the best options for car shoppers from Newburgh to Warwick, and to show you why, we compared it to two other popular crossover SUVs, the Toyota RAV4 and the Honda CR-V, so be sure to see how they stack up below!


The Jeep Cherokee vs. The Toyota RAV4

  • Despite being the shorter of the two models, the Jeep Cherokee has more cubic feet of passenger room than the Toyota RAV4, so each of the five passengers can stay relaxed on longer road trips.
  • Monroe, NY drivers that want powerful engines or at least the option to select one, will find that the Jeep Cherokee has three engine options and each of them has more horsepower than the sole gas engine option of Toyota RAV4. This power gives the Jeep Cherokee a towing capacity that is 1,000 pounds more than the RAV4 can handle.
  • When comparing the multimedia systems, which is where you can control everything from the audio to navigation systems, the Jeep Cherokee has a larger available touchscreen than any the Toyota RAV4 offers, and it comes standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which the RAV4 does not offer at all.
  • The Jeep Cherokee wasn't just given its reputation as an off-road capable SUV, it earned it. It has water fording ability, an impressive amount of ground clearance, and 4x4 drivetrains that tackle the toughest terrain around Middletown, which the Toyota RAV4 isn't as capable of handling.
  • Even as you go on bumpier roads and trails, the Jeep Cherokee is as comfortable as ever with a refined interior and comfort features, like ventilated seats and a panoramic sunroof, that the Toyota RAV4 does not offer.

The Jeep Cherokee vs. The Honda CR-V

  • The Honda CR-V offers two engines, but neither come close to the excitement that the 271-horsepower engine of the Jeep Cherokee delivers. This engine lets drivers tow up to 4,500 pounds, which is perfect for smaller boats and trailers, but that isn't possible with the max 1,500-pound towing capacity of the Honda CR-V.
  • For passenger entertainment, the Jeep Cherokee comes standard with a 7-inch touchscreen for its multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integrated, and it offers an Alpine® Premium Sound System with a 506-watt amp and 8-inch subwoofer, so you never miss a note. On the other hand, the Honda CR-V comes standard with a 5-inch non-touchscreen display, no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, and only offers a 330-watt sound system.
  • The Jeep Cherokee also makes passenger comfort a priority, which is evidenced by its available ventilated and heated front seats, heated steering wheel, panoramic sunroof, and second-row seats that slide if passengers need more legroom. Of those, the Honda CR-V only offers heated seats.
  • Of course, few cars can match the capability of the Jeep Cherokee, which is ready for journeys on and off pavement, and the Honda CR-V is not one that can go toe-for-toe when driving off-road.



Our Dealership in Goshen is the Place to Come and Test Out the 2019 Jeep Cherokee!

If these qualities of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee sound like what you need in your next vehicle, come by our dealership today to see it in person and take it for a spin!

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