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2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Review



The 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is a technologically advanced, handsome, durable vehicle that’s designed to overcome the challenges rain, snow, ice, rough off-road trails, rugged terrain or anything else nature and weather can dish out. But it also has a comfortable, sophisticated interior with all the infotainment technology, creature comforts, power and stellar performance required for work or play every day. Plus, its a Jeep, so you know it built to last. Piloting a 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk allows you to face anything the road throws at you with supreme confidence.

Power And Versatility

The new Trailhawk is powered by a 5.7-liter, 360 horsepower Hemi V8 engine that produces 390 pound-feet of torque. It works in tandem with a smooth shifting 8-speed automatic transmission and together they help the Trailhawk get 14 in city driving and 22 mpg when it hits the highway. This enables it to easily handle even the most extreme driving conditions. For those who want even more power, there’s an available 707 horsepower monster engine they can choose to use with their 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk.

The Mechanicals

The 2019 Trailhawk has more than just a powerful engine. It also has all-wheel drive and the ability to adjust its traction and stability control by simply changing its driving mode. Plus, it has an air suspension system when can raise the vehicle’s ground clearance by as much as 10.8 inches by simply turning a dial located on the 2019 Trailhawk’s center console. This equips the vehicle to better protect its undercarriage while handling the rockiest terrain, hillside or road surface. Plus, it makes the vehicle easier to steer, much more responsive and increases the quality and comfort of the way it rides. To see how it rides, you can do so for yourself at Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

Great Tires Help

One important element that makes this new Jeep perfect for navigating snowy, icy weather and rough terrain is its tires. Goodyear All-Terrain Adventure tires come standard on all 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk models. The tires provide great traction on any surface. That makes them perfect on city streets, country roads, on the highway or rough, rugged off-road trails. They make the 2019 Trailhawk even more versatile and better able to safely take you wherever your work, play or vacation adventures take you.

An Overall View

No matter why you need an SUV, the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is a great choice. It will make you feel more confident and capable in any driving situation you find yourself. Plus, with all its infotainment, connectivity and driver assistance features and optional upgrades, every time you get behind the wheel of this vehicle, you’ll be comfortable and prepared for the changing weather and diverse road surfaces you encounter on your journey. Add all the Trailhawk’s bells and whistles and it can transform simply driving to work into and exciting, enjoyable adventure.

With its great engine, rugged, attractive exterior, comfortable, sophisticated interior, capable handling and amazing performance on any surface, you’ll quickly fall in love with the 2019 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk.



The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica is the perfect family vehicle for moving lots of people and cargo. It’s stylish, roomy, versatile and loaded with the latest creature comforts, infotainment technology and safety and driver assistance features. Plus, this next-generation minivan outshines the competition with its attractive look, wonderful feel, fuel-efficient hybrid technology and excellent connectivity and infotainment options.

A Smarter Minivan

For 2019 Chrysler introduces America to the Pacifica Hybrid, its first-ever hybrid minivan. It has all the latest smart technology, an 82 MPGe efficiency rating, 32-mile electric range and a total driving range of 520 miles of money-saving fuel efficiency. Plus, all Chrysler Pacifica models offer the brand’s available Advanced SafetyTec Group. It features High-Beam Control headlamps, forward collision warning including active braking, surround view camera system, LaneSense lane departure warning, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control featuring Stop and Go technology, ParkSense front park assist and more. The IIHS named the Chrysler Pacifica a ‘Top Safety Pick’.

Class-Leading Entertainment And Connectivity System

Trips in the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica or the Pacifica Hybrid can be more fun with the available Uconnect Theater. It has its class’ largest dual touchscreen, games and apps, access to Apple CarPlay, as well as Android Auto integration and an enormous available 8.4-inch touchscreen. You can connect your device and make calls, get directions, send and receive messages and much more.

A Sporty Looking Exterior

Dual-phase, high-strength, lightweight steel creates a strong safety frame on which the sculptured body and athletic stance of the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica is built. Add its exciting exterior colors, available LED daytime running lights, HID headlights and standard 17-inch wheels or available 20-inch ones and your Chrysler Pacifica is sure to turn heads. Choose the vehicle’s available S Appearance Package and you get black accents, stylish black badging, black roof rack system called Stow N Place and the Black Noise Finish on aluminum wheels that are either 18-inches or 20-inches in size.

Amazing Interior

The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica has power sliding side doors, hands-free power liftgate an impressive look, comfortable feel and enhanced convenience. There’s seating for 8 and 243 possible seating configurations to choose from to create room for people and cargo. The available heated, ventilated front seats and heated second-row seats with optional premium Nappa leather trim and active noise cancellation technology are designed for comfort. If you want to check out the amazing interior, head to Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

Power-folding third-row seats, second-row Easy Tilt seating, Chrysler’s seating and storage system called Stow ‘n Go, Stow ‘n Go Assist in-floor bins and its Sow ‘n Vac system are all about convenience. The optional S Appearance Package’s sporty seats and blacked out interior simply makes a bold style statement.

The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica is powered by a 287 horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar® V6 engine that produces 262 pound-feet of torque and has a class-topping towing capacity of 3,600 pounds. Working with a 9-speed shiftable automatic transmission, it gets 28 mpg on the highway. The hybrid model delivers an amazing 82 MPGe. Overall, this handsome, technologically advanced vehicle is perfect for the modern family.


The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee will be even more family friendly than previous models because it will have seven seats. A very popular SUV, Jeep’s flagship Grand Cherokee is scheduled to undergo a major overhaul and emerge even better in 2020. This planned all-new model will have seven seats spread out over three rows. The company says expanding the seating capacity of the Grand Cherokee will plug a huge gap in their current line-up of SUVs. For buyers it means their beloved Jeep Grand Cherokee can comfortably hold even more family and friends.

Built In A Retooled Detroit Facility

The information coming out of American news sources is Mike Manley, the new CEO of the company, has decided where the overhaul of the Jeep Grand Cherokee  will take place. It’s an engine facility in Detroit that’s been dormant for some time It will be retooled to produce the planned three-row version of the Grand Cherokee. The reports say the new three-row Grand Cherokee won’t replace the popular five-seat version of the SUV. Instead, it will be added to the lineup.

Grand Cherokee, Wagoneer And Grand Wagoneer

The company will not only be manufacturing the three-row Grand Cherokee at the retooled factory in Detroit. Jeep plans to bring back the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer nameplates. Those two vehicles will be produced at the retooled Detroit facility as well. The production of the new three-row Grand Cherokee is set to run alongside that of the relaunched Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. No matter what Jeep model you want, you can check one out at Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

News On The Jeep Flagship’s Upgrade

The Detroit News, an American news outlet, recently published reports show the progress Jeep is making on their Detroit facility. Plus, the publication will let the public know exactly when they will begin to see Jeep’s now-aging flagship be given its much needed update. Earlier this year Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced their five-plan. One of the major features of that plan was the changes and upgrades to the Grand Cherokee. Executives at FCA had promised that by 2022 there would be a new Jeep Grand Cherokee model. However, Jeep has now chosen the 2021 model year as their new target. That means by late 2020 there could be a new Jeep Grand Cherokee hitting the streets.

A Busy Time For Jeep

The underpinning of the new Grand Cherokee draws on the architecture of the Alfa Romero Giorgio. The Stelvio SUV uses the same architecture. The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will be built on an entirely different platform and the new Grand Cherokee will be released before they are. FCA’s five-year plan means the next few years will be very busy for Jeep. The company has promised there will be more Trackhawk models. Plus they say they will also launch the off-road-focused Deserthawk nameplate’s performance models.

New CEO Mike Manley said the Trailhawk models are acknowledged tops in their segments and the Trackhawk with its on-road capability followed. He pointed out the all-new Deserthawk with its high-speed desert capability is the company’s planned third hawk.

Jeep has drawn on its decades of experience and created the Jeep Compass Latitude. This refined, budget subcompact SUV provides a good drive and offers good value without having to compromise its rough, rugged and always ready to ride Jeep spirit. Whether you want to load up your stuff and head out for an off-roading adventure, navigate urban traffic or head on down the highway, you can do it in style and comfort and with equal aplomb in the 2018 Jeep Compass Latitude. This vehicle has everything you need to do anything you want and it’s affordable too. It has a base price of only $24,395.

The Soul Of A Jeep

The subcompact Compass is built on Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s solid 4×4 ‘small-wide’ architecture. It has four-wheel independent suspension, can provide ground clearance of up to 8.5 inches and is built to handle rough dirt roads, winding, hilly country roads, snow-covered suburban roads and anything else you might encounter. Its iconic black seven-slot grille, chrome accents, multi-plane hood, flared fenders and 18-inch polished aluminum wheels make the Compass Latitude resemble the Cherokee. It 2,000 pound towing capacity proves this SUV has the authentic soul of a Jeep.

An Impressive Interior

The cabin of the Compass Latitude comes with FCA’s uConnect infotainment system, a new 7-inch or available 8.4-inch touchscreen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a large HD display between the speedometer and analog tachometer and phone charging USB ports in the front and back. Its heated, well-weighted, steering wheel has media controls on the back, driver-assist functions on the right and on the left the instrument cluster and the phone. There’s an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, comfortable leather-trimmed front and back seats, panoramic sunroof, door panels with black stitching and between 27.2 and 59.8 cubic feet of cargo space. Together they produce an impressive understated stylishness.

All Good Under The Hood

The drivetrain of the all-wheel-drive Jeep Compass Latitude is made up of a 180 horsepower, 2.4-liter, inline-four M-Air engine that produces 175 pound-feet of torque working in harmony with an FCA nine-speed automatic transmission. Buyers can also choose a more affordable front-wheel-drive version of the Compass Latitude with either a six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission. The SUV averages 25 mpg, in city driving it gets 22 mpg and on the highway the Compass Latitude gets 30 mpg. Its auto, snow, sand and mud selectable drive modes help to improve its performance. To see how it performs, check one out at Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

A Remarkable Vehicle

Jeep is an expert at building durable, versatile, SUYs and the Compass Latitude continues in that tradition. Its well thought-out, smart and uncluttered interior, is full of cutting-edge technology. The sub-compact SUV is a joy to drive. It has rock steady handling, a composed, quiet ride and an interior that feels surprisingly
spacious. The Jeep Compass Latitude’s OEM system shuts off engine when the vehicle stops at an intersection or a stoplight to boost its mileage. At its affordable price point, the fun to drive, durable, good-looking Jeep Compass Latitude is a very good value.



It’s almost official. Most automotive insiders in the know now concur that Jeep’s new Wrangler-based pick-up truck will be called the Jeep Gladiator. For several months it was believed the Scrambler was the name Jeep would call the new pick-up. Recently, however, an automotive grapevine ‘long-time trusted source’ revealed a screenshot they saw of the company’s website had the new pick-up being called the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. Apparently, Fiat-Chrysler’s media site had the name up long enough for the insider to view it on both their computer browser and their iPhone. The listing was reportedly taken down soon afterwards.

A Logical Choice

Jeep had used the Gladiator name on one of its vehicles during the 1960s. So, the revelation the company was calling the new Wrangler-based pick-up the ‘Gladiator’ was embraced as a great choice by long-time Jeep enthusiasts. They also point to the dramatic 2005 Wrangler concept pick-up that was called the Jeep Gladiator. Another reason many knowledgeable people believe Gladiator and not Scramble will be the name Jeep chooses for its new pick-up, is the Ducati brand, which is owned by Audi, has a sub-brand of off-road, retro-styled bikes that has been using the Scrambler name for years.

What To Expect

Insiders say the new Jeep Wrangler-based pick-up truck will be available in three trim level in the United States. They are the Sport, Overland and the Rubicon. Currently, the Overland trim isn’t offered on vehicles in the Wrangler range. Many expected it would be reserved for use on an off-road camping version. In terms of what features to expect on Jeep’s highly-anticipated and hotly debated new pick-up, insiders say an FCA dealer presentation teaser revealed a photograph of the pickup covered in camouflage said it has “next-generation advanced safety systems”, “15 class-exclusive innovations”, along with the latest infotainment systems featuring Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. If you want to check out any number of Jeep models that are currently available, you are sure to be impressed, and you can do so at Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

Searching For Clues

Jeep enthusiasts have been searching for clues about the look, features and name of the long-awaited pick-up truck. People regularly visit forum pages, scourer FCA media sites, do searches, follow links, take long hard looks at spy photos and tap all their connections for inside information. They picked up internal chatter about the switch from ‘Scrambler’ to ‘Gladiator’, saw pickup truck codes like Rubicon Pickup JTJS98, Sport Pickup JTJL98 and Overland Pickup JTJP98, go over old press releases and try to make informed deductions about what the Jeep pick-up will look like and be able to do.

The Big Reveal

Most insiders agree all the signs point to the new Jeep pick-up being called the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. Still, the excitement is building and countless people around the world are waiting with baited breath to see touch, test drive and buy this innovative new automotive offering from Jeep. The wait will be over soon. All the speculation ends at the LA Auto Show on November 26, 2018. Press releases for the event promise a new Jeep pick-up truck will be revealed. Jeep lovers can hardly wait.