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2019 Cherokee US, Canada pricing

by Michael Volkmann on

Jeep has priced the new Jeep Cherokee in both the US and Canada. There are four front wheel drive models and five “4×4” / AWD models.

The base prices in the US:

  • Cherokee Latitude — $23,995
  • Latitude Plus: $26,495
  • Limited: $30,375
  • Overland: $36,275

Adding AWD costs $1,500 — except for the Trailhawk, which is only available with the top four-wheel-power system, and lists for $33,320.

The question most commonly asked on the Allpar forums is how much is the new turbocharged four cylinder going to cost; we have the breakdown for you.

The old 2.4 is standard on FWD and AWD alike; the 3.2 adds $1,745 to either one. Both have stop-start systems which the driver can turn off on each trip. Buyers who want the 2-liter turbo engine, which has the most overall power and widest torque band, will need to get at least the Cherokee Latitude Plus, and then pay another $2,245 for it — $500 more than for the V6. The exception is the Limited, Overland, and Trailhawk, because they come with a standard V6 — so the turbo costs another $500.

2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk

There are two separate safety option groups.  The first, “Safety Group,” is only available on fleet sales as a $250 Latitude option.  That includes Park Sense Park Assist with Stop and a rear cargo tonneau cover.

The more serious safety group, SafetyTec, is standard on Limited, Overland, and Trailhawk and a $500 option on Latitude.

SafetyTec includes blind-spot and rear cross-path detection; turn signals and courtesy lamps in the outside mirrors;  rear parking assistance with automatic stop; and power folding mirrors.

The Technology Group is also not available on Latitudes. For $995, buyers get adaptive cruise with stop-and-go capability, advanced brake assist, auto high beams, the courtesy lamps and signals in the mirrors, full-speed collision warning with braking, lane-departure warning, parking/unparking assistance, rain-sensitive wipers, and side distance warning.

Canadians will find a different set of names; instead of Latitude, they start with the Sport (all the following prices are in Canadian dollars).

  • Sport: $29,995
  • North: $33,495
  • Limited: $36,995
  • Overland: $43,595
  • Trailhawk (includes 4×4): $38,995

Powering all four wheels adds $2,500. The V6 adds $1,595 to the North, Limited, and Sport 4×4 — it’s not optional on Sport FWD, and is standard on Overland, Trailhawk, and Limited 4×4. The turbo-four adds $2,595 to the North and Limited, and $995 to the Overland, Trailhawk, and Limited 4×4.

SafetyTec is $895 on North, Limited, and Trailhawk, with the same features as in the US; the Technology Group is $995 on the Limited, Overland, and Trailhawk.

We’ll have a personal test drive of the Cherokee soon. That’s all, folks!

Michael Volkmann, a mechanical engineer in the steel industry, autocrossed and road-raced Neons. Michael has drag raced his 1971 Duster 340, 2009 Challenger R/T, and Neons, of which he’s owned seven — one SRT4, three ACRs, and three Sport Coupes.

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