Jeep Cherokee

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2018 Jeep Cherokee

Jeep has dropped the Sport trim from the 2018 Cherokee lineup, making the Latitude the new base model, and has added a step-up Latitude Plus trim. Trailhawk and Limited models gain standard features including blind-spot monitoring and rear parking sensors.

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.

About Jeep Cherokee

The 2018 Jeep Cherokee is just one student in a crowded class that includes best-sellers like the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Ford Escape. With a dozen other rivals in the compact-SUV segment, it can be difficult to stand out. Yet the Cherokee manages to do so, thanks largely to its inherent "Jeep-ness." That is, its rugged image isn't just for show. All models have an attitude for adventure, and properly outfitted such as in Trailhawk form, the Cherokee is a legitimate off-roader. In everyday commuting, the Cherokee is comfortable and quiet, and boasts a strong roster of tech and amenities. It's also one of the last small SUVs to offer a V6 engine, which is fortunate because the standard 4-cylinder can feel anemic.

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