2019 Jeep Cherokee


2018 Honda CR-V


Comparing the Jeep Cherokee vs. Honda CR-V? Both have equal horsepower and similar sizing, but the 2019 Jeep Cherokee delivers upscale cabin features and exuberant off-road driving that outshine its competitors.

Cabin Differences

The Honda CR-V has a multi-angle rearview camera, Bluetooth® connectivity, and 60/40 split-folding rear seats. The Jeep Cherokee offers the same features, but inside it has more upscale styling. The seats are super-supportive, controls are intuitive, and the upholstery is stylish. Soft-touch materials are used generously, and the overall result is less utilitarian and more luxurious.There is also more passenger space inside of the latest Cherokee. It offers 128 cubic feet of passenger volume compared to just 105.9 cubic feet in the cramped CR-V.

Trail-Riding and Towing

The Cherokee was born to hit the trails in Elgin. The Trailhawk® is Trail Rated® and adds all the capabilities you need to go off-road:
  • Standard skid plates
  • Standard aluminum wheels
  • 56:1 crawl ratio for increased control
  • Available tow hooks and suspension lift for more clearance
When it comes to towing and hauling bulky items like trailers, you will want to opt for the Jeep Cherokee over the Honda CR-V. When properly equipped, the Jeep Cherokee can tow up to 2,000 pounds. The Honda CR-V once again falls short and is only able to tow a maximum of 1,500 pounds.

See the Difference in Person

Test drive the Jeep Cherokee at Elgin Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram today!