2018 Jeep Cherokee Trim Level
Posted on July 30, 2020
In 1984 Jeep created the Crossover SUV category with the introduction of the XJ series Cherokee. Over the past 34 years Jeep has continually refined the Cherokee, adding comfort, convenience, and safety features but never losing sight that any vehicle that carries the Jeep name must feature class-leading off road capabilities. The ultimate expression of that philosophy to date is the 2019 Jeep Cherokee.
To meet a broad range of customer needs and provide the highest levels of customization to buyers, the 2019 Jeep Cherokee is available in five separate and distinction models with a variety of engine, drivetrain, and interior options.
Rather than list each model we here at Caledon Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram have broken down the major component systems of the Cherokee, explain the differences, and then provide a summary of which models offer that feature. This should allow you to better determine the 2019 Jeep Cherokee that best meets your requirements.
2019 Jeep Cherokee Engines
Customers have a choice of three engines in the 2019 Jeep Cherokee, including one new high technology powerplant. The two existing engines are the fuel efficient 2.4 L PZEV MultiAir Tigershark I-4 engine that produces 180 horsepower and 170 lb.-ft. of torque. The other is Canada's favorite engine, based on sales, the 3.2 L Pentastar 24-valve V6 engine that produces 271 horsepower and 239 lb.-ft. of torque. New for 2018 is the 2.0 L twin scroll turbocharged direct injection inline four-cylinder engine which is rated at 270 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. and provides outstanding fuel economy, low emissions, quicker 0-100 km/h launch performance, and enhanced drivability.
The 2.4 L Tigershark engine is standard on the Latitude, Latitude Plus, and Limited models are standard equipment. The 3.2 L Pentastar V6 is standard equipment on the Trailhawk, Trailhawk Elite, and Overland models. The 3.2 L Pentastar is an extra cost option on those models with the Tigershark engine as standard. The new 2.0 L twin-scroll turbocharged engine is optional on all models.
2019 Jeep Cherokee Driveline Systems
The Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited, and Overland are all available in front-wheel drive configuration, for drivers who want the reassurance of owning a Jeep but don't require four-wheel drive. The 2019 Jeep Cherokee offer a choice of three innovative four-wheel drive systems that have been enhanced for unmatched 4x4 capabilities for all weather and road conditions.
Jeep Active Drive I features the next-generation rear drive module (RDM), which is fully automatic and delivers seamless operation in and out of four-wheel drive at any speed. Active Drive I is available on the Cherokee Sport, North, Limited and Overland 4x4 models.
Jeep Active Drive II is comprised of a two-speed Power Transfer Unit with torque management and low range. The 4-Low mode locks the front and rear driveshafts for low-speed power or towing. Low range provides a 2.92:1 gear reduction for enhanced climbing abilities, as well outstanding crawl ratios for severe off-road conditions. Active Drive II is available on the Cherokee Limited and Overland 4x4 models.
Jeep Active Drive Lock includes all the features of Jeep Active Drive II plus adds a locking rear differential for improved low-speed traction. Jeep Active Drive Lock is standard on Trailhawk models.
2019 Jeep Cherokee Towing Capabilities
All models have a 2,000 lb. towing capacity. Four-wheel drive models can be equipped be a maximum 4,500 lb. towing capacity.
2019 Jeep Connectivity and Infotainment Features
A range of 7.0- and 8.4-inch touchscreen displays are installed in the new 2019 Jeep Cherokee. The Cherokee also receives the latest Uconnect systems, which include easy-to-use features, upgraded processors, faster start-up times, and available touchscreens with high-resolution graphics. Available Uconnect systems are the 5.0. 7.0, 8.4, and 8.4 NAV. Uconnect 7.0, 8.4 or 8.4 NAV systems include Apple Car Play and Android Auto. The Latitude FWD, Latitude Plus FWD, Latitude 4x4, Latitude 4x4 Plus feature the 7.0-inch touchscreen, while the Trailhawk 4x4, Trailhawk Elite 4x4, Limited FWD Limited 4x4, and Overland FWD and 4x4 all feature the 8.5-inch touchscreen with optional navigation.
Your Jeep Expert in Bolton
While these are some of the major systems of the 2019 Cherokee that vary by model, there are many more, including off-road capabilities, audio systems, LED lighting, seating materials, heated seats and steering wheel, power options and more. To really take a deep dive into what 2019 Jeep Cherokee best meets your requirements and you live in Brampton, Mississauga, or Toronto come talk to the Jeep experts at Caledon Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram on Highway 50 S in Bolton.