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Variable intermittent wipers
Front Fog Lamps
Front license plate bracket
Body-Colored Door Handles
Deep Tinted Glass
Steel Spare Wheel
Fixed Rear Window w/Fixed Interval Wiper and Defroster
Liftgate Rear Cargo Access
Roof Rack Rails Only
Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/Power Door Locks
2.252.25 out of 5.0I was skeptical when I first purchased my Jeep Cherokee Sport (KL) two years ago. It was the second year (2015) for this body style and the return of the Cherokee into the Jeep lineup. Many longtime Jeep enthusiasts dogged its crossover styling and the technology over its offroad capabilities. For those who want a serious offroading vehicle, the Trailhawk is going to be your best bet from the KL family. Cherokee hobbyists have now created a two inch lift (and some change) which allows for beefier tires and a more aggressive stance on the Trailhawk, while all other models can find something similar to give their Cherokee a bit more height and light offroading abilities. For the large majority of Cherokee owners, offroading is not on the agenda, so I'll stick with things that definitely stand out for me. I've owned 12 vehicles in the last 20 years, and that includes everything from Ford and Chevrolet to Honda and Toyota, Mercedes and BMW. I'd rate the Cherokee as a 4 star SUV in its class. The interior might not be the most impressive that I've come across, but you get an SD card reader (for audiophiles), bluetooth connectivity, USB ports, CD player and auxiliary input - 5 options for connecting your music! The aesthetics of the dashboard and front cabin are very welcoming and easy to reach everything. The cargo area is about the size you would expect from a Cherokee; anything bigger needed and you should look at the Grand Cherokee. The engine boasts about 184 hp and 170 ft-lbs of torque for the 4 cylinder (cannot comment on 6 cylinder power) and is very nimble in traffic. In the past two years of owning this vehicle, the servicing has been very minimal and light. This Cherokee does feature a lot of computer enhancements, so you will need software updates of your vehicle once every 9 months or so. If you've owned any other modern car from the 2010s, you will know this is not specific to Jeep or the Cherokee. I believe a lot of the bad reviews come from people who have had unfortunate luck, or they just have little patience. I probably would not have even written this review if owners had not rated it so low. Realistically I would give this vehicle a score closer to a 4 out of 5, but these Cherokees are really fun and I won't be getting rid of mine anytime soon. There is also a whole community of Cherokee KL owners who absolutely love their Jeeps (and modifying them!), so don't let a few sour reviews turn you away.
by Matt W posted on April 10th 2017
From a Jeep to an Audi A4 and Back to a Jeep
2.252.25 out of 5.0Had a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with a 5.2L V8. Bought it used in 2000; excellent condition inside and out. Problems: Always present. Electonics, transmission, A/C, front and rear axle bearings .... you name it. Nonstop issues. Swore I'd never by a Jeep again, especially considering how little Mercedes Benz seemed to care about building up the brand after acquiring it circa 2000. Enter the 2006 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro. Flawless. No issues. Perfect. But, wanted an SUV again, and the Audi/MB/BMW versions are just too damn posh and elitist for me, esp. as I enter my lat 30s. Wanted something that says "rugged" and is rugged. Extremely impressed, after trying out several SUV makes, just how much care FCA has put into the Jeep brand. Every bit as luxurious as the Audi, more advanced (about 10 years newer), best NAV/media interface I've ever used, unbelievable off-road abilities, my transmission has been flawless -- not one issue, although I know it's been a major general complaint. No reason for 9th gear, though. So, "old" Jeeps = poor quality but complete awesomeness, nonetheless. Audi = my favorite upscale brand -- so precise, well-built and, as an added bonus, less ostentatious that it's rivals. New FCA Jeeps = Luxurious, rugged, sleek, precise and high quality. And the V6 with the Trailhawk's capabilities equals perfection in its class. And, higher resale value (let alone abilities) than Ford Edge, which I consider a better rival to it than the Ford Escape.
by PRS posted on January 22nd 2017
Review of the V6 Engine Jeep Cherokee
2.252.25 out of 5.0If you are thinking of buying a Jeep Cherokee, don't get the 4 cyl engine. Go the extra money and get the V6. Gas mileage is almost the same and it has better performance. Also the transmission will shift a whole lot less while on the highway with the V6 engine making for less engine noise. The only problem I've encountered with the vehicle was a manufacturing defect with the transmission in the first 7,000 miles, since that was corrected it has been smooth driving.
March 2017, I still have the car and it now has 34,500 miles on it. I still enjoy driving it and the gas mileage is still avg about 26.5.
by Wade Beauchaine posted on September 7th 2016
Love my trailhawk...mostly
2.252.25 out of 5.06cyl by the way but Um.. I love this jeep, for the most part. Seats were fairly comfortable, leather was soft. I had a few issues with the screen, had to be replaced once, bluetooth wouldn't always connect. Ball joint went bad pretty early on though, yet two dealerships said it was fine. Its now in the shop having the knuckle assembly replaced. 4 wheel drive was difficult especially if you wanted differentials. Jeep rode great, not terrible gas mileage. I'm hoping they worked the kinks out now.
by Kathy posted on July 15th 2016
Perfect for people on the go
2.252.25 out of 5.0The only real problem that this vehicle has, and that Jeep has addressed, is the 9-speed automatic transmission. The transmission sometimes slips during shifting, or it stays in a higher gear for much longer than it should when coasting downhill. This issue was a simple fix when I took it to the dealership and explained the problem.
Everything about this Jeep is perfect for me. The price was right and the vehicle is very smooth on the road. If you've ever owned a previous body style Cherokee, then you may be more partial to that look, but 2014 and later models look better to me. It's more aerodynamically designed, and that's reflected in the fuel efficiency of 24 city (up to 26) and 31 highway (up to 35).
by Matt W posted on May 31st 2016
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Engine: Regular Unleaded V-6 3.2 L/198
Body Style: Sport Utility
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