2014 Jeep Cherokee vs. 2014 Honda CR-V
- More Torque For Increased Activity: The standard 2.4L I-4 engine under the hood of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee puts out 171 N-m of peak torque for on-demand acceleration. This also allows for a 907 kg towing capacity and 454 kg payload capacity, which is ideal for bringing along your toys on your next family trip. The 2014 Honda CR-V’s standard engine is only capable of 163 N-m of torque, so it can also only tow 680 kg with a max payload of 385 kg.
- Rugged Suspension: Looking to conquer some trails off the beaten path? The 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is outfitted with off-road suspension tuning which increases ride height in order to navigate particularly rocky or uneven terrain. This tuning also works well during on-road driving. The 2014 Honda CR-V does not have off-road suspension tuning.
- Technological Convenience: For safer driving, the 2014 Jeep Cherokee features voice-activated controls for its infotainment system. Change the radio station, song, or volume with a few simple voice commands all without your hands leaving the steering wheel. The new Honda CR-V does not have voice-activated radio.
Test Drive the 2014 Jeep Cherokee at Jackson Dodge
To really get a feel for the new Jeep Cherokee, contact our sales staff at (866) 615-6841 to schedule a test drive and then take a trip to our dealership located at 1500 Strachan Road in Medicine Hat. We’re about 220 km from Swift Current via SK-1 W, and we look forward to your visit!