Jeep® Cherokee Vs. Nissan Rogue

September 10th, 2021 by

At James River Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM, you will find one of the all-time classic crossover SUVs, the Jeep Cherokee. One of the core models of its class, the Cherokee is powerful, comfortable, and is a core part of Jeep’s famous off-roading philosophy.

But how does the Jeep Cherokee stack up when compared to another of its peers, the Nissan Rogue? Today we’ll take a look at both of these crossover SUVs and find out more about their differences and similarities.

Striking Exterior Designs
Both the Jeep Cherokee and the Nissan Rogue sport crisp exterior lines. The Rogue has been redesigned and streamlined, and the Cherokee stays true to the classic Jeep look. While both crossovers cut striking figures on the road, the Cherokee has the rugged look you’ve come to expect.

User-Friendly Technology
Both the Jeep Cherokee and the Nissan Rogue come standard with accessible, easy-to-use infotainment systems.

The Jeep Cherokee’s Uconnect® system offers the extra layer of control and connectivity you’ve come to expect from today’s crossover SUVs, including remote start and stop, sending navigation directions to and from your smartphone, and remote vehicle finder.

Jeep Power: Off-Road & Off-Path
The Jeep Cherokee is a stylish, comfortable, high-tech crossover SUV, and pulls ahead of the Nissan Rogue when it comes to raw power and hauling capacity. The Cherokee’s available 2.0-liter, 270 horsepower engine easily outpaces the Rogue’s 181-hp motor, which is the only one available.

The Cherokee is far more adept at off-roading, with its four different Selec-Terrain® Traction Management modes and four-wheel drive. It outmuscles the Rogue as well, able to tow up to 2,000 pounds (compared to the Rogue’s upward limit of 1,350 lbs).

Both the Jeep Cherokee and Nissan Rogue have their similarities, but for a driver truly committed to the muscle and power of off-roading, the Cherokee is your only choice. Come test drive one at James River Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM today.

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