Jeep Cherokee vs Honda CR-V

2019 Jeep Cherokee

Versatile vehicles are all the rave. Take for instance the 2019 Jeep Cherokee and the 2019 Honda CR-V. Both vehicles offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere, but are also tough enough to handle those off-the-beaten-path kinds of roads of Hamilton, Madison, and Smyrna.

At first glance, it may be difficult to see which is the stronger, more versatile SUV of the two. To help you see how these two vehicles stack up, we here at University CDJR have put together this Jeep Cherokee vs. Honda CR-V car comparison for you. Keep reading to learn more!

Technology & Infotainment

Jeep Cherokee TechnologyWith cell phones, the world is at our fingertips. Being in your car shouldn’t make a difference. Both vehicles offer standard infotainment features like Bluetooth® connectivity and USB charging ports. In terms of technology, there are differences with both standard and available features.

One major difference between the Jeep Cherokee and the Honda CR-V is the technology hub only offered with Jeep.

Standard Jeep features include:

  • 7-inch touchscreen display center
  • Apple CarPlay®
  • Android Auto™
  • Six speakers

If you were looking for similar features with Honda, you wouldn’t see these on their standard CR-V model. If you were looking to upgrade to the available infotainment features of the Honda CR-V, the 7-inch touchscreen display is still no competition for the available 8.4-inch touchscreen display of the Uconnect® 4 system of the Cherokee.

Additionally, you can stay connected to the digital world no matter where you are thanks to the 4G Wi-Fi® available only with the Jeep Cherokee.

Versatility

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A true beast both on and off the road, the Jeep Cherokee is comfortable and stylish enough to be in the bright lights of the city and rugged enough to tackle bumps on the back roads with ease. Whether driving the city streets at sunset or under the direct sunlight of Earth’s roads, the available anti-glare matte decal with the Cherokee works to prevent the sun’s glare from reflecting off your windshield, so a perfect view is always in sight.

From the sometimes stop-and-go traffic of the city to the winding roads of Mother Nature and everything else in between, you need an engine with enough power and performance to keep up with your lifestyle needs. With three engines offered with the Cherokee vs. two from the CR-V, there are lots of performance flexibility packed into the Jeep Cherokee.

Engine Performance Jeep Cherokee vs. Honda CR-V

Engine

Jeep: 2.0L Turbo

Honda: In-Line 4-Cylinder Turbocharger

Maximum Horsepower

271

190

Maximum Torque (lb-ft)

293

179

Maximum Towing Capacity (lbs), when properly equipped

4,500

1,500

All-Terrain Performance

2019 Jeep Cherokee Off-RoadingLooking for an SUV with no off-roading limitations? With its available ground clearance, skid plates, tow hooks, and more, the Jeep Cherokee was built for adventure. No matter what life may throw your way, the various 4×4 systems allow you to take on all weather and terrain conditions.

Plus, the available Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System allows you to choose in response to which terrain is ahead of you, providing maximum traction for various conditions—like Snow, Sport, Sand, Mud, and more.

While the Cherokee offers either FWD or three 4×4 drivetrains, the Honda CR-V, which has no additional traction system, offers either 2WD or AWD drivetrains.

Schedule a Test Drive

Both the Jeep Cherokee and the Honda CR-V are incredibly versatile vehicles, but the Cherokee pulls ahead in terms of performance, all-terrain ability, and infotainment systems.

If you’re ready to get behind the wheel of the Jeep Cherokee for yourself, visit us at University CDJR today. If you’re in the Hamilton, Madison, and Smyrna area and interested in a getting a closer look at the Jeep Cherokee, schedule a test drive today!

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