Jeep Cherokee

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2017 Jeep Cherokee

For 2017, the Jeep Cherokee compact SUV gains HID headlights on all but the Sport trim. The Trailhawk gains a number of new standard features including ventilated Nappa leather seats and a heated steering wheel. Protective skidplates and a tow-prep package can now be ordered on the Overland trim.

2016 Jeep Cherokee

For 2016, the Jeep Cherokee compact-crossover SUV sees improvements in driver comfort with revisions to the front seats, steering-column position and instrument cluster. The 8.4-inch Uconnect touch-screen option gains a Drag and Drop Menu Bar, Siri Eyes Free and a Do Not Disturb setting.

2015 Jeep Cherokee

All-new last year, the 2015 Jeep Cherokee gets a few additional features. Forward Collision Warning is now available, a backup camera is standard on Latitude, Altitude, Limited and Trailhawk models, and a new SafetyTec option package bundles various electronic aids for Latitude, Altitude, Limited and Trailhawk models.

About Jeep Cherokee

Although the 2017 Jeep Cherokee is sized and priced like the Honda CR-V, Ford Escape and Nissan Rogue, it is so much more than just a compact SUV with all-wheel-drive abilities. In fact, the Cherokee line is all-inclusive, running the gamut from basic transportation to rugged off-road-ready SUV. In between are a number of models, some showing a more sporting side to compete with the SUVs like the Mazda CX-5, while others offer luxury on par with the Lexus RX, Land Rover Evoque and BMW X3. Jeep’s Cherokee compact SUV suffers from some shortcomings, however, like its underpowered 4-cylinder engine and, on upper trims, a rather exorbitant price tag. An available V6 solves the power problem, plus provides an impressive 4,500-pound tow rating.