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About the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition

Vehicle Summary

You want a compact SUV, but it needs to be able to run off-road on occasion, has the technology required to keep you connected, and should set itself apart from the crowd. The Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition checks all these boxes. The 75th Anniversary Edition of the Jeep Cherokee breathes some serious style into this classic vehicle with bronze exterior finishes, a set of 18-inch bronze wheels, and more than a few upgrades inside. Built only for the 2016 and 2017 model years, the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition is available with the standard 2.4L MultiAir four-cylinder or 3.2L V6 engine with front-wheel or four-wheel drive. If you like to keep an eye on your fuel budget, it earns an EPA-estimated 30 mpg highway with FWD, 2.4L engine, and nine-speed automatic transmission.1 A panoramic moonroof, automatic climate controls, and Moroccan Sun interior accents round out its unique appeal.

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See

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Q: What is the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition?

A: In celebration of the Jeep first used in 1941 for World War II, the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition received special bronze badging and exterior trim, bronze roof rails, bronze 18-inch wheels, and premium cloth seats with tangerine or pearl white contrast stitching on the Jeep Cherokee Latitude for model year 2016.

Q: Is the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition a two or four-wheel drive?

A: It is offered as both a front-wheel and four-wheel drive vehicle with Active Drive® I or Active Drive II based on the 2016 Latitude trim level.

Q: Does the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary edition have hands-free calling or a power driver's seat?

A: Yes, part of this special edition on the Cherokee is the inclusion of the Comfort/Convenience Group that adds an eight-way power adjustable driver's seat and the Uconnect® 8.4 system with Bluetooth® technology, Siri Eyes Free® and a SiriusXM® satellite radio.2

Q: What other models besides the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition got this special appearance package?

A: Jeep offered this bronzed trim level for the 2016 Jeep Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Cherokee, Renegade, Patriot, and Compass.

2Subscription and activation is required.

Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition Popular Features

Since model year 2014, the Jeep Cherokee has been delivering an off-road capable compact SUV that reflects the style cues of larger vehicles turned out by Jeep. For model year 2016, the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition was rolled out in memory of the very first generation of the rugged 1941 Jeep that carried Americans through World War II. Unique bronze badging sets this ride apart from the other Jeeps on the lot with 18-inch bronze wheels, bronze roof rails, grille surround, and a unique front fascia. Inside, the premium cloth seats include a mesh ombré insert while tangerine and pearl white contrast stitching give it another layer of design. The Anniversary Edition looks are applied to the Cherokee Latitude in any of its standard configurations including the 2.4L MultiAir Tigershark engine with a nine-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. Upgrades were also offered to the available 4X4 drivetrain or the 3.2L Pentastar V6 engine. When you add the Trailer Tow Group, the Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition, when properly equipped, is able to haul your boat or ATV weighing up to 2,000 lbs.3

Inside the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition you are treated to an eight-way power driver's seat and room for up to four more passengers in the spacious cabin. Dual-zone automatic climate control keeps everyone comfortable and you can make the most out of the available 54.9 cubic feet of cargo room using the eight-adjustable tie-down points. The infotainment center is upgraded to the 8.4 Uconnect with a large touchscreen, a SiriusXM satellite radio2, and voice-activated commands for easy hands-free calling. Stay powered up on the road using the 115-volt power outlet. Leave the smart key fob in your pocket, watch the doors unlock, then slide into your seat and press start. The backup camera display shows dynamic parking lines that move with your steering wheel. Should you want that open-air Jeep experience, hit the button to open up your dual-pane panoramic moonroof.

If driver assist features are on your must-have list, blind spot detection and rear cross-traffic alerts are available as part of an optional group. The Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition for 2016 is found in six exterior colors including Recon Green, Rhino, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl, and Bright White.

2Subscription and activation is required.

3Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

Reviews for Jeep Cherokee

Overall Rating

4.2 out of 5(140 reviews)

Nice ride and good gas mileage for SUV

Very comfortable and good gas mileage for this type of car.

- Whitney, 2014 Jeep Cherokee

01 Jeep Cherokee - good value

I purchased a Cherokee because I love the look. The body has not changed much since it was first introduced - if you look around, you will see more of these on the road still than any other SUV. This is not the model to buy if you are looking for comfort, luxury, or a very smooth ride. However, if you truly want an SUV that you can take off-road, treat a little roughly once in a while, and has great visibility then this is a good pick.

- LOB 34, 2001 Jeep Cherokee

Mechanical nightmare!

At 40000 miles it had a massive oil leak. At 41000 miles it was back in the shop due to problems with the ignition coils or something. From the beginning It has felt like the transmission is not shifting correctly. It was in the shop twice for it and they say nothing is wrong. Only solution given to me was drive it until it really breaks down. (That's good sound advice. Just hope the wife kids are not on the highway when it does break down).

- Tommy Bogle, 2014 Jeep Cherokee

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.