|2015 Jeep Cherokee||VS||2015 Ford Escape|
|5||Number of Passengers||5|
|184 HP||Horsepower (Base Engine)||168 HP|
|4||Number of Models||3|
True to its Jeep roots, the Cherokee of course is ready to conquer any trails and handle rough and rugged terrain with skillful ease, but its refined interior and exterior just might throw you for a loop. This is a crossover SUV that loves to ditch the pavement and explore where the blacktop ends but intelligently and efficiently have no problem zipping around city and highway streets. How does the Cherokee fair against the competition, especially against another true American favorite? Find out in this 2015 Jeep Cherokee vs 2015 Ford Escape comparison.
City lights and starry nights, the 2015 Jeep Cherokee will follow wherever you lead with a choice between two engines made to fit city or outdoorsy drivers. The base 2.4L Tigershark I4 engine is capable of earning up to 31 hwy mpg as well as traveling up to 490 miles on a single tank of gas--so what are you waiting for? Get going! Drivers who would prefer a more powerful engine will find solitude in the 3.2L Pentastar V6 that turns out 271 hp, 239 lb.ft of torque and doesn’t even shudder when towing up to 4,500 lbs. The 2015 Ford Escape comes standard with its 2.5L I-4 engine that is sacrifices power and for a slightly better fuel economy and the option for 4WD systems if necessary.
Drivers in a variety of regions, battling all types of weather will find that when behind the wheel of Jeep Cherokee, it’s all about confidence and being able to take on most anything. With Selec-Terrain traction control and the Trail Rated Trailhawk that is prepared to take on rain, sand, mud, gravel, sleet, and snow without slipping and sliding. The 2015 Ford Escape is designed to look and feel more car-like while still exudes a sporty persona it still cannot compete with the athleticism of the 2015 Jeep Cherokee.
All-weather and all-terrain capable, the 2015 Jeep Cherokee is a fun vehicle to drive with its lightweight yet sturdy frame, front and rear independent suspensions that are designed specifically for off-road driving, and its overall structure that is meant to deliver a quiet ride no matter the road, or lack-there-of, beneath your tires. The only way to get a real feel for how the 2015 Jeep Cherokee handles is to take it for a test drive because this is a crossover SUV that knows how to behave in all types of elements and on all types of terrain; something the competition will fall short every time. Stop in soon because we look forward to seeing you here at Miami Lakes Auto Mall and will be happy to show you more about what the Cherokee can do.