2017 Jeep Cherokee ratings and reviews
Jeep is a company that’s known for its rugged vehicles that can be driven on the road and off, and the Cherokee is one of its most famous for adventurous drives. The 2017 version comes in several trims, including the popular Limited and Trailhawk, each of which has package options that add everything from adaptive cruise control and automatic high beams to a sunroof and uniquely-colored interior accents. The base Latitude includes standard features like a post-collision safety system, a memory card slot and USB port, a leather steering wheel, and an 8.4-inch infotainment screen with Uconnect. Limited adds a 9-speaker audio system with subwoofer and a multi-level heated driver’s seat, while Trailhawk boasts 17-inch black painted wheels, exclusive exterior colors, and a full-size spare tire. Each trim comes with a standard 4-cylinder engine, although the optional V6 offers substantially more power and smoother shifting from the 9-speed automatic transmission.