The Jeep® Cherokee vs. the Toyota RAV4
We’re confident about when it comes to the capabilities of our Jeep® SUVs here at Woodhouse Chrysler Jeep® Dodge RAM Blair, and that’s why we have no problem taking a look at how they stack up to competitors. For example, we’re ready to pit the Jeep Cherokee vs. the Toyota RAV4 because we know just how much this Jeep model has to offer.
Jeep Cherokee vs. Toyota RAV4
Let’s see how these two SUVs compare in some key areas.
Power and Engines
When it comes to power, the 2022 Jeep Cherokee has the clear advantage. It offers two engine options.
A V6 engine comes standard on most trim levels and produces 271 horsepower and 239 lb-ft of torque. An available four-cylinder turbo engine produces 270 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.
Both top the output of the engine found in the 2022 Toyota RAV4, a four-cylinder powertrain that maxes out at 203 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque.
The 2022 Jeep Cherokee can also tow more than the 2022 Toyota RAV4. When properly equipped this SUV can haul up to 4,500 pounds. The Toyota model maxes out at just 3,500 pounds.
It shouldn’t surprise you that the 2022 Jeep Cherokee performs well in off-road conditions. Multiple trim levels, like the Trailhawk® and the X, are built with all-terrain adventuring in mind. The 2022 Toyota RAV4 offers impressive enough performance on different types of surfaces, but we think that the Jeep Cherokee wins out.
The Jeep SUV is available with multiple 4×4 systems. The Toyota SUV just offers all-wheel drive, but when you’re tackling particularly tough terrain, a 4×4 system can be more effective. The 2022 Jeep Cherokee also offers up to 11.3 inches of ground clearance compared to the Toyota model’s 8.4 inches, making it a better choice for rock crawling and fording water.
We might be a bit biased, so don’t just take our word for it. Instead, visit our Jeep dealers near Omaha and experience the 2022 Jeep Cherokee vs. the Toyota RAV4 for yourself! We know that you’ll be just as impressed by it as we are.