Jeep Cherokee MPG

Jeep Cherokee MPGThere are a lot of reasons to love the 2019 Jeep Cherokee, from its iconic style to its legendary 4×4 performance options. But when you’re shopping around for a new SUV, Rockwall CDJR wants to make sure you know what kind of fuel economy to expect.

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee can get an EPA-estimated 23 city/31 highway MPG when properly equipped. In this Jeep Cherokee MPG guide, you’ll find out how each available engine affects its fuel economy. Plus, find out how far a single tank of gas can take you down the roads of Rockwall, Rowlett, Terrell, and Wylie.

Jeep Cherokee MPG: 3.2L Pentastar® V6 Engine

Drivetrain/4×4 System

EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy

Jeep Active Drive Lock

18 city/24 highway MPG

Jeep Active Drive II

18 city/26 highway MPG

Jeep Active Drive I

19 city/27 highway MPG

4×2 Drivetrain

20 city/29 highway MPG

If you opt for a Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, you’ll get this 271-horsepower engine and a Jeep Active Drive Lock 4×4 system. This configuration offers exceptional off-road performance. It also gets you an EPA-estimated 18 city/24 highway MPG.

Jeep Cherokee MPG

Four-wheel drive models equipped instead with the Jeep Active Drive I or Jeep Active Drive II 4×4 system are slightly more efficient on the open roads. Switching to a 2-wheel drivetrain allows you to go even farther on a single tank of gas, thanks to an EPA-estimated 20 city/29 highway MPG.

You’ll want to fill your tank with midgrade gasoline to achieve this efficient performance. If you do, you’ll be able to go an EPA-estimated 363 miles on a single tank of gas.

Jeep Cherokee MPG: 2.4L Tigershark® Multiair® 2 Engine

Drivetrain/4×4 System

EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy

Jeep Active Drive I

21 city/29 highway MPG

4×2 Drivetrain

22 city/31 highway MPG

Jeep Cherokee MPGThe available 2.4L engine is more efficient, while still generating 180 horsepower. If you’re looking for off-road capability, this powertrain offers the Jeep Active Drive I 4×4 system. This configuration will provide an EPA-estimated 21 city/29 highway MPG.

Again, the 4×2 drivetrain offers better fuel economy. That’s because the system only needs to send power to two wheels, instead of controlling all four. Fortunately, you can stick with regular unleaded gasoline to get an EPA-estimated 22 city/31 highway MPG with this configuration. That offers a 395-mile range per tank of gas.

Jeep Cherokee MPG: 2.0L Turbo Engine

Drivetrain/4×4 System

EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy

Jeep Active Drive Lock

20 city/26 highway MPG

Jeep Active Drive II

20 city/27 highway MPG

Jeep Active Drive I

21 city/29 highway MPG

4×2 Drivetrain

23 city/31 highway MPG

The newest addition to the Jeep Cherokee engine lineup is also its most efficient. The 2.0L turbo offers 270 horsepower—that’s nearly as much as the larger Pentastar® V6. Features such as direct fuel injection and a smaller design make this option more efficient, though.

If you want the most efficient Jeep Cherokee build, you’ll want to opt for this engine along with a 4×2 drivetrain. Along with an EPA-estimated 23 city/31 highway MPG, this configuration allows you to go around 411 miles between fuel stops—and that’s with regular gasoline.

Drive the Jeep Cherokee Today!

Now that you know how the different engine and drivetrain options affect Jeep Cherokee MPG, it’s time to see how they feel on the roads of Rockwall, Rowlett, Terrell, and Wylie. Contact Rockwall CDJR to see what we have in stock and schedule your test drive today!

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