You don't have any saved vehicles!
Look for this link on your favorites:
Once you've saved some vehicles, you can view them here at any time.
The Jeep brand has built a reputation for producing vehicles that are capable of handling anything the Anderson roads can hurl its way. Two models that stand out among the Jeep family are the Jeep Compass and Jeep Cherokee. While both are excellent choices for off-road adventures, which model is right for you? Compare the Jeep Compass vs. Jeep Cherokee with SJ Denham Chrysler Jeep FIAT to see which of these SUVs are the perfect choice for you.
When comparing the Compass vs. Cherokee based on performance, you’ll find that both are pretty evenly matched given that they both are equipped with a standard 2.4L I-4 MultiAir® engine capable of 180 horsepower. The main difference is in the towing capacity of each vehicle. The Jeep Compass can tow up to 2,000 pounds when properly equipped. However, the Jeep Cherokee can tow up to 4,500 pounds, more than twice that of the Compass. So, if you plan to do some hauling around Chico, the Cherokee may be the better option.
The exterior performance of both the Jeep Compass and Jeep Cherokee can help you take on the roughest Red Bluff terrains with ease. However, both of these vehicles sport an impressive set of interior features to keep you and your passengers comfortable and connected on every drive. Here are some of the features that are unique to both SUVs:
2021 Jeep Cherokee:
2021 Jeep Compass:
To customize and upgrade both models even further, you can order the OEM parts and accessories you need at our parts store, which is all online.
When comparing these two powerhouse SUVs, you can’t help but talk about the Jeep Compass Trailhawk® and Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk®. Here are some of the highlight differences between these two unique trims:
2021 Jeep Compass Trailhawk®
2021 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk®
Whichever trim you choose, you can make the best buying or leasing decision when you visit our finance department.