2017 Jeep Cherokee Review

Posted On: November 29, 2016 - By admin
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Jeep Cherokee exists in three kinds. First, there is the type that can as well be recognized as a car, equipped with a front-wheel drive and zero intention of undertaking anything remotely resembling a Jeep thing. Second, there is the that is a weather-proof crossover SUV equipped with an automatic four-wheel drive to drive it from wherever you are whichever place you want to be whenever a blizzard strikes. Third there is the kind that obtains a “Trail Rated” badge, equipped with a sophisticated 4wd system that drives you just about anywhere you want it to.

The very last one is the 2017 Jeep Cherokee, which happens to be my favorite. There are two versions of Jeep Cherokee. The first one is the Cherokee Limited, equipped with a 3.2-liter V-6 engine and most basic Jeep Active Drive I all-wheel-drive setup. The other 2017 Jeep Cherokee is the Trailhawk model, which is standardized with the most robust 4WD system available, alongside all kinds of other modifications designed to make it trail-ready right out of the showroom.

For 2017, Jeep Cherokee adds an automatic stop/start technological advancement optional V-6 engine to enable it just a little more fuel-efficient. Meanwhile, the standard 2.4 liter 4-cylinder engine then meets Partial Zero Emission Vehicle (PZEV) standards in several U.S. states.

2017 Jeep has also shuffled equipment this year, additional standard revising camera and automatic headlights for all models except the base Cherokee Sport, also as a new safety Tec option package.

Trailhawk models exist with additional upscale upgrades, and optional forward collision warning system is equipped with a low-speed crash mitigation system.


2017 Jeep Cherokee has a mid-size SUZ, and in terms of passengers space that represents credible position. Both the two Jeeps have an 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat enabling anyone with a tall perch an excellent thigh support, and an expansive view out. Elbows have a resting position on a soft material, and a thick leather-wrapped steering wheel is great to hold.


Even though the 2017 Jeep Cherokee is a midsize player from a mainstream brand, its innovative beyond its polarizing design. From the existing configurable instrumentation display nestled between the gauges to the optional Uconnect infotainment system with a big 8.4- inch color touch screen display and Uconnect Access Smartphone Pairing technology , the 2017 Jeep Cherokee is a thoroughly modern SUV.


The 2017 Jeep Cherokee is equipped with ten airbags. To this, customers are able to add Uconnect Access with 911 Assist technology , which puts the Cherokees occupants in touch with emergency services, with the push of a button.

Finally, not everyone gets impressed with 2017 Jeep Cherokee styling but that’s understandable. It is not designed to appeal everyone, and that’s a good thing too. It helps ensure that the 2017 Jeep Cherokee has a personality of its kind, and the owners are passionate about their SUV.

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