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The drivers of Mansfield, Attleboro, and Norton, MA, have lots of places to go. On any given day, you’re shuttling the family, packing for trips, or braving the weather. Only a select few vehicles can handle your busy lifestyle, including the 2020 Jeep Cherokee and the 2020 Ford Edge. Which car can truly do it all?
Station Chrysler Jeep is ready to help you choose. We’ve researched the key qualities for a stellar SUV, and now we’re ready to present our findings. Keep reading to find out what unique features make the Jeep Cherokee or the Ford Edge special.
When you pick a car boasting the latest entertainment technology, your vehicle can keep you connected for years to come. Prep your playlists—both the Jeep Cherokee and the Edge Ford come with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. Both models also offer optional navigation system subscriptions.
The Jeep Cherokee stands apart with its standard inclusion of Voice Command with Bluetooth®. Voice-activated technology is only available on select models of the Ford Edge.
Both the Edge and the Cherokee come with free trial subscriptions to in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspots. Once the trial expires, the Ford Edge requires the ongoing commitment of a monthly subscription. The Cherokee lets you pick between an ongoing subscription to the 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot and buying day passes. Drivers who use the hotspot infrequently can choose to only pay for the feature when they want to use it.
You’re going places with these burly SUVs, and you’ve got gear to bring along. Standardly, the Ford Edge offers up to 1,500 pounds of towing capacity when properly equipped. With an engine upgrade, you can bring the jet ski—the Edge peaks at 3,500 pounds of towing capacity when properly equipped.
The Jeep Cherokee pulls ahead with its best-in-class towing capacity. The standard trim level offers 2,000 pounds of towing capacity when properly equipped, and an engine upgrade can make it surpass the Edge—an amazing 4,500 pounds when properly equipped.
The vehicle you choose should keep your friends and family protected as you travel. Both the Edge and the Cherokee include stability technology and tire pressure monitoring features as standard. The Cherokee includes several features as standard that its competitor lacks, including all-speed traction control, Hill Start Assist, and the ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera.
In the event of a collision where airbags deploy, the Ford Edge model’s SOS Post-Crash Alert System® can signal the need for help. The car’s lights flash and the horn will sound repeatedly until the hazard button is pressed.
The 2020 Jeep Cherokee performs a similar light-flashing function with its Enhanced Accident Response System, but it incorporates additional safety features. The Cherokee cuts off fuel to the engine and unlocks all vehicle doors, paving the way for a safer exit.
In this article, we’ve put the Ford Edge and the Jeep Cherokee to the test. The final verdict: The 2020 Jeep Cherokee is a winner for the SUV drivers of Mansfield, Attleboro, and Norton, Massachusetts. With its modern entertainment features, truck-like towing potential, and plentiful standard safety features, this was a hard model to beat.
If you’d like to take the Jeep Cherokee for a spin, contact Station Chrysler Jeep. Schedule a test drive now!