2014 Jeep CherokeeKim L. - Nashville, TN10/28/2016
Has everything inside to make it feel like a luxury SUV, but then handles like an off-road vehicle and has endless capabilities off road/snow/dirt/sand. Such a comfortable ride and extremely stylish. TONS of compliments on my vehicle. It feels equivalent to something others pay 40-60k for, so very affordable for the great features this Jeep has.
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 selected this Jeep because it gave my plenty of comfort, brown leather heated seats, storage space, plenty of technology like Sat Radio and GPS and had the ability to go off road yet be a comfortable drive on the highway. I would get the larger engine even though mileage is less. It's a small SUV so it's easy to park and easy to drive off road (fit in between trees). The new Jeep is called the ugly Jeep by some but those that own it love it.
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