JEEP Cherokee

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JEEP Cherokee
JEEP Cherokee   2018 2022
2018 2022

Coming from a long line of rich heritage, the new Cherokee is packed with a fuel-efficient 2.2 litre MultiJet II turbo diesel engine (in Europe) with the choice of two power outputs – 150 and 195 hp – connected to a six-speed manual transmission or an enhanced nine-speed automatic gearbox respectively. Or for a more richer adventure, the 2.0 litre direct-injection turbocharged inline four-cylinder petrol engine, delivers around 270 hp and 400 Nm of torque, ensuring outstanding performance and fuel efficiency.

The 4x4 capability of Jeep Cherokee is unmatched and provides comfort and stability throughout the entire journey in all weather conditions. Loaded with an array of safety and security systems, off-road journeys are now a stroll in the park, and with Uconnect Live, users can now listen to more than 100,000 stations from all around the world (Deezer included).

Jeep Cherokee’s evolution offers more interior comfort delivering everyday practicality with remarkable ride and handling characteristics. The Cherokee’s interior has been updated with fresh and elegant touches for maximum comfort and it is characterised by stylish hand-sculpted forms, high-quality materials, craftsmanship and attention to details. With these in mind, Jeep Cherokee is a great choice for city and spontaneous off-road adventures, offering a complete and rich experience.

Full Description and Technical Specifications
JEEP Cherokee
JEEP Cherokee   2013 2018
2013 2018

The fifth generation of the Jeep Cherokee was launched under the new Fiat Chrysler Automobile alliance.
After the departure from DaimlerChrysler, the new company focused on making the Cherokee a better SUV.

The crossover revolution made the car-manufacturers re-think the product lineup. People were looking for easy to drive SUV and most of them drove the cars on paved roads and, maybe, some unpaved ones. But rarely they went off-roading. That’s why there was a higher demand for better on-road capabilities.

The 2014 Cherokee was far from the XJ (third Generation) model. It didn’t feature the boxy design or the live axles underneath the car. It featured independent suspension and a unibody bodywork with rounded edges and the strangest looking headlights installed in a Jeep. It still had the seven-slats grille, but that was the only clue about the car’s brand.

Inside, the 2014 Cherokee had the interior space of a mid-size station wagon, with plenty of headroom for both front and rear passengers. The basic version featured cloth seats, but in the upper trim level there was an option for leather and a sunroof. For the infotainment unit, there was a new U-Connect system that featured the navigation system and had Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.

Under the hood there was a standard V6 engine mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission for the U.S. market. For other markets, including Europe, diesel units were offered mated to 6-speed manual transmission. It was also offered in a 2WD configuration.

Full Description and Technical Specifications

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