Jeep Cherokee 2016
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-Great off-road capabilities -Premium quality cabin and comfortable seating
-Fuel economy is not excellent -Cargo space is average
5 Years - 100,000 Km
This car is for you if: You want the rugedness and off-road capability from an SUV. It also has a premium quality cabin and comfortable seating. Some may argue though, that the Cherokee looks weird. The fuel economy is not excellent and the cargo capacity is average.
Trims/Price differences: 2016 model ($47,000), 2017 model ($53,000). The 2017 model will arrive by the end of April.
Specs per trim: Below is the spec highlight, spec sheet available soon:
- 4 Cylinder engine with 184hp
- 9-speed auto transmission
- Selec-Terrain: You can choose between snow, sport, sand/mud
- 17" alloy wheels
- Dual panoramic sunroof
- Dual zone A/C
- 8.4" touch screen with bluetooth
- 6 Speakers
- 9 Airbags
- Rear parking sensors and camera
Verdict: If you're interested in the Cherokee, it's available in 2 model years (2016-2017). You can choose to go for the 2016 model for $6,000 less, and the difference would convince us to do so! It's only available with the list of options above, which should be enough. The Cherokee will offer more off-roading capability than it's rivals. However, it's pricier than it's Korean and Japanese competitors.
What you can get instead:
- Hyundai Tucson - $30,700
- Nissan X-trail - $29,900
- Mazda CX-5 - $44,990
- Toyota RAV4 - $35,400
- Kia Sportage
- Chevrolet Equinox
- Honda CR-V