2017 Jeep Cherokee
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The Jeep Cherokee easily gets five passengers inside and certainly is the sporty crossover that it presents itself as. It truly adds valuable items in 2017, like dual available Overland Packages (coming in late-season), and high-intensity discharge headlamps (standard) on premium trims. The 4x4 Trailhawk version has a remote start system, Keyless Enter 'n Go, a premium heated steering wheel, a universal garage door opener, a power liftgate, a power 8-way driver seat, and front Nappa-leather heated seats. New to the Overland model, custom floor mats and a standard Alpine music deck show up for your enjoyment, and a Zebrano steering wheel with high-gloss/wood-trim simply looks great inside.
Under the Cherokee's Hood
A 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine made by TigerShark comes standard, with Multiair2, and is very healthy at 184 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque. It can be configured in either a front-wheel or 4-wheel drive, as Jeep knows not everybody is climbing a mountain daily to get to their place of business. But if you do need that capability in your daily drive, the Trailhawk trim comes in four-wheel drive to save your day! A standard 9-speed automatic is installed into every 2017 Cherokee. The alternate available engine to put on your checklist is a Pentastar 3.2-liter V6 with VVT that amazes with 271-horsepower and 239 lb-ft of torque. A front-wheel drive Cherokee with the 2.4-liter engine is found by the EPA to rate at 25 mpg combined (21 city/30 highway). The V6 towing package attains a 4,500-pound towing capacity, just right for that small boat trailer.
Design of Jeep Cherokee
The 2017 Models to be looked at are the Sport, Overland, Limited, Trailhawk, and the Latitude. There are 3 alternate trims of the 2017 Jeep Cherokee to think about as well in your search: the Altitude, the 75th Anniversary Edition, and the High Altitude. The Limited trim gets standard keyless entry/ignition, 18-inch alloy wheels, and a rearview auto-dimming mirror. The Trailhawk has, as a matter of course, off-roading helpful features like hill ascent and descent control, a locking rear differential, tow hooks, a wide driver info display with color graphics, skid plates, all-terrain tires, extra ground clearance, wider 17-inch wheels, satellite radio and an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen. The Sport trim has remote keyless entry, sliding and reclining rear seats with 60/40-split folding seatbacks, Bluetooth, an auxiliary input, 17-inch steel wheels, an SD card reader, and more than we can put here, honestly. The Latitude rocks a rearview camera, light alloy wheels, LED interior lighting, automatic xenon headlights, fog-lights, roof rails, and an 115-volt outlet. The Overland model gets in the game with a 9-speaker audio system (includes the base with a subwoofer), a passenger seat that is power-adjustable (with 4-way power lumbar), an acoustic windshield and acoustic front windows, and a power lift gate.
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Can I get the Tech Group package with the 2017 Jeep Cherokee?
Yes, you can on certain models! The Overland, Trailhawk, and Limited models allow the 'Technology Group' package as a possibility, and that has rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, auto high beams, a lane departure warning system, a forward collision warning/mitigation system, rear parking sensors, and an auto parking helper.
The Cherokee comes standard with stability/traction control and antilock disc brakes. All Cherokees have ten airbag types as standard for the 2017 model year. There are a lot of airbags here: driver/passenger inflatable knee bolster, advanced multistage front, supplemental side curtain front/rear, driver and front-passenger, supplemental front-seat side, and supplemental rear-seat side airbags. 2017 Jeep Cherokees versions that have the 8.4-inch touch screen (available) inside can connect to the services of the Uconnect Access system. This system has automatic impending crash notification, remote door unlock assistance, stolen vehicle assistance, and emergency on-demand roadside assistance. A rearview camera comes standard on all trims (an option on the Sport trim), which is useful for observing possible dangers that are otherwise unseen. The two Latitude trims can have the 'Safety/Convenience Group' package, which has a power 8-way driver seat, power multi-function foldaway mirrors, an Alpine speaker system, ParkSense rear park assist, and both Blindspot and Rear Cross Path detection. In government crash tests, the 2017 Cherokee attained an overall rating of 4 out of 5 potential stars, with 5 stars for total side-impact protection and 4 stars for total front-impact protection. The IIHS said that the 2017 Cherokee got a score of 'Superior' for its available forward collision mitigation system. What an amazing set of safety features on top of already stellar general features-- This vehicle is certainly worth your time to check out!
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