2016 Jeep Cherokee

2016 Jeep Cherokee Latitude

The 2016 Jeep Cherokee Latitude is one of Jeep's flagship vehicles that combines the rugged look of the Wrangler with the features for driver comfort and interior amenities.
2016 Jeep Cherokee Latitude vs. 2015 Nissan Rogue SV

Exterior - The Jeep Cherokee and Nissan Rogue both come with roof rack rails. The Cherokee, however, is equipped with LED brakelights.

Interior - In the Cherokee, the front passenger seat folds flat. It also offers an illuminated glove box and rear armrests.

Mechanical - The Jeep Cherokee has a 2.4-liter engine but 184 hp. The Rogue comes with 170 horsepower.

Warranty - The 2016 Cherokee has a 60-month roadside assistance warranty, which is not available in the Rogue.

Dimensions - The Jeep Cherokee has an extra 3" of rear legroom.
2016 Jeep Cherokee
2016 Jeep Cherokee Latitude vs. 2016 Honda CR-V

Exterior - The Jeep Cherokee comes with a rear spoiler lip, LED brakelights, and perimeter lights.

Interior - The Jeep has 3 power outlets versus CR-V's 2. It also has 6 speakers versus CR-V's 4. Additionally, the Jeep has voice activated audio control and an illuminated glove box.

Dimensions - The fuel tank in the Cherokee is 16 gallons. It's 15 in the CR-V. The rear legroom is an additional 2" in the Cherokee.
2016 Jeep Cherokee Latitude vs. 2015 Ford Escape SE

Exterior - The Cherokee has LED brakelights, approach lights, and optional mirror turn signals. These features are not available on the Ford Escape.

Interior - The interiors are relatively comparable in both vehicles. The main features that were not available in the Escape are the rear reading lights and voltmeter.

Mechanical - The Cherokee has a 2.4-L engine and the Escape is a 1.6-L. The difference is the Cherokee has 11 more horsepower. It is also a 9-speed automatic versus the 6-speed automatic that is in the Escape.

Dimensions - The rear legroom in the Cherokee is 4" longer than in the Escape. It also comes with a 16-gallon tank and the Escape has a 15-gallon tank.