I love Jeep cars and when the Cherokee came back out again, I rushed to the dealership to trade my One year old Tacoma. My only regret was. It getting one with the tow package as you never know when you'll need it. The factory tow will give you a tow capacity of 4500. Without it, even adding an aftermarket hitch, you'll only get 2000 lb tow capacity because if the gear ratios and engine cooler. This car has plenty of acceleration when you need it and the creature comforts and technology are great. I am currently tranding this car for one that is a year newer with the factory tow package!
I thought I loved it.
2014 Jeep CherokeeR R - Columbus, GA01/08/2016
I was so excited, I had a grand years ago and thought this was sporty lower cost option. I was so wrong. It rattles everywhere. I have had more recalls then I could have imagined, and overall it just seems small. I want to love it, and at the end of the day it's a car so I will keep driving it but it's not my favorite car I have ever owned. The nose is a huge blind spot I never noticed in the test drive but have caught myself almost hitting things because it's got a huge blind spot in the front.
This perfectly sized cross-over is one I would highly recommend. It has enough space to seat 4 people really comfortably in the front and as well as the back. And if you need more room in the back for storage, the seats fold all the way down and slide up, pretty much give you enough space to lay down if needed. One con, I do have to say is I believe he gas milage could be better. However, I do infact drive a lot in City and im averaging 19 mpg�s but when you are going on long distance on a freeway, you could be getting up to 32-36 mpg�s. I used to drive a fat crysler 300 so im not to upset about gas.