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2020 Jeep® Cherokee Fact Sheet


Auburn Hills, Mich. September 1, 2019

The 2020 Jeep® Cherokee – the most capable midsize sport-utility vehicle (SUV) – boasts a refined, authentic and premium design, along with an advanced 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder (I-4) turbocharged engine that enhances performance and fuel efficiency.

Jeep Cherokee’s evolution offers more interior comfort and convenience, delivering everyday practicality with outstanding ride-and-handling characteristics, independent front and rear suspension systems with world-class body torsional stiffness and a choice of three different engine offerings mated to an enhanced, high-efficient nine-speed automatic transmission.


New for 2020:


Advanced Safety Group (Lane Departure Warning-Plus, Forward Collision Warning-Plus, rain-sensing wipers) available on Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited and Overland models
Alexa Skill Technology available on Uconnect 4C/4C NAV with 8.4-inch display
Sangria and Spitfire Orange exterior paint colors
Latitude models receive standard 17-inch aluminum wheel
Available 19-inch wheel on Limited model
Ski Grey interior available on Latitude Plus model


Highlights:


Best-in-class capability:
Choice of 2.0-liter I-4 turbocharged, 2.4-liter I-4 or 3.2-liter V-6 engines, also with three available four-wheel-drive systems that raise the standard for midsize SUVs with Jeep Selec-Terrain traction control system with up to five customized modes (Auto, Snow, Sport, Sand/Mud and Rock), and best-in-class V-6 towing capability: 4,500 pounds and up to a 56:1 crawl ratio for low-range traction

Fuel economy:
Up to 31 miles per gallon (mpg) highway on 2.0-liter I-4 turbocharged engine and standard 2.4-liter I-4 engine; optional 3.2-liter Pentastar V-6 engine with stop-start technology, which delivers best-in-class V-6 fuel economy (29 mpg highway); standard nine-speed automatic transmission; and industry-first rear-axle disconnect, resulting in reduced energy loss when 4x4 capability isn’t needed, and improved fuel efficiency
2.0-liter I-4 turbocharged engine – one of the most technologically advanced engines in the automotive industry, optimizes premium performance and fuel economy up to 31 mpg with greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction enabler (270 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque)

Refined front design, including front fascia, hood, premium LED headlamps, daytime running lamps and fog lamps
Front lightweight aluminum hood evolves the Cherokee’s unique waterfall grille design to more closely align with the latest Jeep brand styling
Front bi-LED projector headlamps incorporate signature Cherokee daytime running lamps feature as a singular component

Rear features include lightweight composite and hands-free power liftgate

Increase in rear cargo storage space of four cubic feet and retuned suspension packages for improved ride comfort

The 2020 Jeep Cherokee receives the latest Uconnect systems that include easy-to-use features, enhanced processing power, faster start-up times and touchscreens, which display high-resolution graphics, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto software

More than 80 available advanced safety and security features


Model Lineup
For 2020, the Jeep Cherokee lineup consists of five models:

Latitude (4x2 and 4x4)
Latitude Plus (4x2 and 4x4)
Limited (4x2 and 4x4)
Overland (4x2 and 4x4)
Trailhawk (4x4 only)


Packages:

Upland Appearance Package available on Latitude models
Altitude Black-Out Appearance Package available on Latitude Plus models
High Altitude Black-Out Appearance Package available on Limited models


Available Exterior Colors:

Billet Silver
Blue Shade
Bright White
Diamond Black Crystal
Granite Crystal
Hydro Blue
Light Brownstone
Olive Green
Sangria
Spitfire Orange
Sting-Grey
Velvet Red


Available Interior Colors:

Black
Black / Light Frost
Black / Ski Grey
Black / Dark Sienna


More Information

Please visit the Jeep Cherokee newsroom for the latest product information, photography, videography, plus access to specification and feature availability documents.


Jeep Brand
Built on more than 75 years of legendary heritage, Jeep is the authentic SUV with class-leading capability, craftsmanship and versatility for people who seek extraordinary journeys. The Jeep brand delivers an open invitation to live life to the fullest by offering a full line of vehicles that continue to provide owners with a sense of security to handle any journey with confidence.

The Jeep vehicle lineup consists of the Cherokee, Compass, Gladiator, Grand Cherokee, Renegade and Wrangler. To meet consumer demand around the world, all Jeep models sold outside North America are available in both left and right-hand drive configurations and with gasoline and diesel powertrain options.
 

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2020 Jeep® Cherokee Fact Sheet


Auburn Hills, Mich. September 1, 2019

The 2020 Jeep® Cherokee – the most capable midsize sport-utility vehicle (SUV) – boasts a refined, authentic and premium design, along with an advanced 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder (I-4) turbocharged engine that enhances performance and fuel efficiency.

Jeep Cherokee’s evolution offers more interior comfort and convenience, delivering everyday practicality with outstanding ride-and-handling characteristics, independent front and rear suspension systems with world-class body torsional stiffness and a choice of three different engine offerings mated to an enhanced, high-efficient nine-speed automatic transmission.

New for 2020:


Advanced Safety Group (Lane Departure Warning-Plus, Forward Collision Warning-Plus, rain-sensing wipers) available on Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited and Overland models
Alexa Skill Technology available on Uconnect 4C/4C NAV with 8.4-inch display
Sangria and Spitfire Orange exterior paint colors
Latitude models receive standard 17-inch aluminum wheel
Available 19-inch wheel on Limited model
Ski Grey interior available on Latitude Plus model


Highlights:


Best-in-class capability:
Choice of 2.0-liter I-4 turbocharged, 2.4-liter I-4 or 3.2-liter V-6 engines, also with three available four-wheel-drive systems that raise the standard for midsize SUVs with Jeep Selec-Terrain traction control system with up to five customized modes (Auto, Snow, Sport, Sand/Mud and Rock), and best-in-class V-6 towing capability: 4,500 pounds and up to a 56:1 crawl ratio for low-range traction

Fuel economy:
Up to 31 miles per gallon (mpg) highway on 2.0-liter I-4 turbocharged engine and standard 2.4-liter I-4 engine; optional 3.2-liter Pentastar V-6 engine with stop-start technology, which delivers best-in-class V-6 fuel economy (29 mpg highway); standard nine-speed automatic transmission; and industry-first rear-axle disconnect, resulting in reduced energy loss when 4x4 capability isn’t needed, and improved fuel efficiency
2.0-liter I-4 turbocharged engine – one of the most technologically advanced engines in the automotive industry, optimizes premium performance and fuel economy up to 31 mpg with greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction enabler (270 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque)

Refined front design, including front fascia, hood, premium LED headlamps, daytime running lamps and fog lamps
Front lightweight aluminum hood evolves the Cherokee’s unique waterfall grille design to more closely align with the latest Jeep brand styling
Front bi-LED projector headlamps incorporate signature Cherokee daytime running lamps feature as a singular component

Rear features include lightweight composite and hands-free power liftgate

Increase in rear cargo storage space of four cubic feet and retuned suspension packages for improved ride comfort

The 2020 Jeep Cherokee receives the latest Uconnect systems that include easy-to-use features, enhanced processing power, faster start-up times and touchscreens, which display high-resolution graphics, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto software

More than 80 available advanced safety and security features


Model Lineup
For 2020, the Jeep Cherokee lineup consists of five models:

Latitude (4x2 and 4x4)
Latitude Plus (4x2 and 4x4)
Limited (4x2 and 4x4)
Overland (4x2 and 4x4)
Trailhawk (4x4 only)


Packages:


Upland Appearance Package available on Latitude models
Altitude Black-Out Appearance Package available on Latitude Plus models
High Altitude Black-Out Appearance Package available on Limited models


Available Exterior Colors:

Billet Silver
Blue Shade
Bright White
Diamond Black Crystal
Granite Crystal
Hydro Blue
Light Brownstone
Olive Green
Sangria
Spitfire Orange
Sting-Grey
Velvet Red


Available Interior Colors:

Black
Black / Light Frost
Black / Ski Grey
Black / Dark Sienna


More Information

Please visit the Jeep Cherokee newsroom for the latest product information, photography, videography, plus access to specification and feature availability documents.


Jeep Brand
Built on more than 75 years of legendary heritage, Jeep is the authentic SUV with class-leading capability, craftsmanship and versatility for people who seek extraordinary journeys. The Jeep brand delivers an open invitation to live life to the fullest by offering a full line of vehicles that continue to provide owners with a sense of security to handle any journey with confidence.

The Jeep vehicle lineup consists of the Cherokee, Compass, Gladiator, Grand Cherokee, Renegade and Wrangler. To meet consumer demand around the world, all Jeep models sold outside North America are available in both left and right-hand drive configurations and with gasoline and diesel powertrain options.
 

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Jeep® Cherokee Earns 2019 Top Safety Pick Rating
  • Refreshed Jeep® Cherokee midsize SUV earns Top Safety Pick rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)
  • Cherokee, the most capable SUV in its class, achieved highest possible ratings in each of the six IIHS crashworthiness tests
  • Benefits from engineering upgrades that improve performance in certain frontal-impact tests
  • Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) technology graded “superior;” Forward Collision Warning-Plus one of more than 80 available safety and security features – all of which carry over to model-year 2020


September 13, 2019 , Auburn Hills, Mich. -

The new-for-2019 Jeep® Cherokee midsize SUV has earned a Top Safety Pick rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

The rating applies to 2019 Jeep Cherokees produced after April of this year, when equipped with Jeep’s available Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) technology – Forward Collision Warning-Plus – and LED projector headlamps with optional automatic high-beam control.

These are among more than 80 available safety and security features that carry over to model-year 2020.


“This latest award is solid recognition for the Jeep Cherokee, an SUV that is not only recognized for being the most capable vehicle in its class, but also packed with more than 80 advanced safety and security features and benchmark 4x4 systems to help consumers tackle any terrain in all weather conditions,” says Jim Morrison, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA North America. “Jeep Cherokee provides the confidence and security to handle any journey."

High-strength-steel upgrades to the 2019 Jeep Cherokee’s A-pillar and hinge-pillar are among the key engineering changes that contribute to its Top Safety Pick rating. These factor into improved performance in the IIHS small-overlap tests, which simulate certain frontal impacts.

The Jeep Cherokee recorded “good” results – the highest possible crashworthiness rating – in all six crashworthiness tests, three of which simulate frontal impacts. The remaining tests inflict damage consistent with a side impact, rear impact and a rollover.

Forward Collision Warning-Plus was graded “superior,” the highest possible rating awarded by IIHS in front crash prevention. The optional feature boasts sensor-fusion technology, which blends camera capability with radar detection to determine when an impact is imminent.

The system initially warns the driver to take action to avoid a collision. If the driver does not act in a timely manner, the system may activate the vehicle’s brakes if collision risk remains.

The Top Safety Pick rating is also enabled by the Jeep Cherokee’s standard-equipment LED projector headlamps with optional automatic high-beam control. The available feature switches headlamp modes between high- and low-beam function – depending on traffic conditions – without driver intervention.

The launch of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee also marked the debut of a premium design language and the model line’s introduction of a 2.0-liter direct-injected inline four-cylinder engine that enhances performance and fuel efficiency.

Jeep Brand
Built on more than 75 years of legendary heritage, Jeep is the authentic SUV with class-leading capability, craftsmanship and versatility for people who seek extraordinary journeys. The Jeep brand delivers an open invitation to live life to the fullest by offering a full line of vehicles that continue to provide owners with a sense of security to handle any journey with confidence.

The Jeep vehicle lineup consists of the Cherokee, Compass, Gladiator, Grand Cherokee, Renegade and Wrangler. To meet consumer demand around the world, all Jeep models sold outside North America are available in both left and right-hand drive configurations and with gasoline and diesel powertrain options.
 

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Ford Bronco Sport vs Jeep Cherokee: How Does it Stack Up?



Jul 14, 2020



They might compete in two different segments, but the new Ford Bronco Sport and existing Jeep Cherokee have similar mission statements.



What we’re looking at here is the likely volume leader of the new Bronco family. As cool as the new Bronco is—very, and you should read our in-depth launch article about it—the realities of the current market suggest the Bronco Sport will sell in larger numbers. It’s the more everyday-friendly package, while still offering increased off-road prowess over anything else in the sub-compact class. In that way, it’s arguably more of a unique entry in the landscape.

That’s why we’re looking a class up for this comparison. Once we wade into compact crossover land, one model has clear similarities to Ford’s new model: the Jeep Cherokee. The Cherokee also aims for a happy middle ground between everyday crossover usefulness and the brand’s reputation for road-free adventures. Jeep has even gifted the Cherokee with its prized Trailhawk badge, a sign of its rock-crawling, river-fording abilities. Here’s how the other Bronco-versus-Jeep battle goes down on paper.

Powertrain





Bronco Sport: Ford will sell you a Bronco Sport with one of two turbocharged EcoBoost engines. A 1.5-liter three-cylinder produces 181 hp, 190 lb-ft of torque, and a charming three-pot thrum. The 2.0-liter engine straps another cylinder on, with a projected 245 ponies and stout 275 lb-ft. Both engines hook up to Ford’s eight-speed automatic transmission, with the larger engine option adding steering wheel-mounted shift paddles for the driver.

More importantly, the Bronco Sport only comes with four-wheel drive. There’s no front-drive options anywhere here, the clearest indication from Ford that while this is a crossover, it still deserves the Bronco name.




Cherokee: Jeep’s compact crossover offers a wider range of choices than the littler Ford. At the start of the model ladder is a 2.4-liter naturally-aspirated four-pot. It’s a close match for the Bronco’s triple, putting out 180 hp and 171 lb-ft of torque. Higher trims come with a 3.2-liter nat-asp V6, which bumps up power to 271 lb-ft and torque to 239 lb-ft. Jeep does offer a turbo engine option on most trims, also 2.0 liters in size. It gives up a single pony to the V6, but produces significantly more torque at 295 lb-ft. That’s usefully more power and torque than the Bronco’s identically-sized engine. No matter which engine you pick, you’ve got a nine-speed automatic sending the power to the wheels.

Unlike the Ford however, the larger Cherokee can come in two-wheel drive form. Front-wheel drive is standard on lower trims, though four-wheel is optional, and standard on higher trims like the Trailhawk.



Bottom Line: In terms of choice, the Cherokee wins: you’ve got two drivetrains and three engines to pick from. The Bronco Sport lineup is simpler, with 4×4 capability across the board and a choice of two engines. First blood goes to the Cherokee.

Off-Road Capability


Bronco Sport: Staying on brand, Ford announced the Bronco Sport’s off-roading credentials as part of its debut, including things like ground clearance and water fording depth. In Badlands trim with the optional 29-inch all-terrain tires, the Bronco Sport boasts a best-in-class 8.8 inches of ground clearance. Its approach, breakover, and departure angles are 30.4, 20.4, and 33.1 degrees, respectively. Lastly, the Bronco Sport will ford through streams with a depth of 23.6 inches or shallower.




Cherokee: For the fairest comparison, we should look at the Cherokee Trailhawk here. Sitting on its own all-terrain tires, the Trailhawk features 8.7 inches of ground clearance. It’s practically a tie, but a win is a win for the Ford. In the angles race it’s a little less clear: with scores of 29.9/22.9/32.2 degrees, respectively, the Cherokee loses to the Bronco on both approach and departure, but has a larger margin of victory for the breakover angle. Water fording is set at 20 inches even.



Bottom Line: At least on paper, this looks like a close win for the Bronco Sport.

Technology and Features


Bronco Sport: Being the newer of the two vehicles, the Bronco Sport offers more standard safety tech than the Cherokee. For starters, the basic Co-Pilot360 suite includes automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot warning, forward collision warning, lane-keep assist, and auto high beams. There are two higher-up Co-Pilot360 packages (Assist+ and Assist 2.0), which add things like adaptive cruise control (with stop-and-go), lane centering, and speed sign recognition.

An 8.0-inch touchscreen takes up residence in the center console, running Ford’s SYNC3 platform. That’s a one-size-fits-all approach for all trims, it’s important to note. Other optional convenience features include a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, power moonroof, and wireless charging.



Cherokee: The aging Jeep gets its first real black eye in this category, because its active safety suite isn’t standard across the board. A base-model, front-drive Latitude for example only offers blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert as an option. Automated emergency braking isn’t standard until the $31,640 Latitude Lux FWD model, same with remote start. Adaptive cruise control simply isn’t available on any spec. 4×4 models do include a hill descent assist however, and all Cherokees feature a hill start aid.

An upgraded Alpine stereo is optional on lower trims, and standard on the mid-level Limited upwards. The Limited is also where Jeep’s 8.4-inch Uconnect shows up; lower down the trim totem you’ll find the smaller 7.0-inch item.

Bottom Line: Call this another win for the Bronco Sport. That’s not terribly surprising here, since the Cherokee debuted way back in 2013.

Interior and Cargo Space


Bronco Sport: Ford has withheld interior measurements for the Bronco Sport for now, making this an impossible one to call. What we do know is that despite being 10 inches shorter, the Sport’s wheelbase is only 1.5 inches shorter than the Cherokee’s. Pair that with a blocky silhouette and added width, and the amount of space for people and their gear could be close.



Cherokee: The Cherokee’s curvy exterior prioritizes style over interior space. There’s enough space for two adults in the rear row, but if you’re looking for the maximum amount of real estate for humans, other compact crossovers are the choice here.

That said, there’s an ample 39.4 inches of headroom in front of the Cherokee, and that shrinks only by an inch for second row occupants. Leg room has the same sort of gap: you’ll find 41.1 inches to stretch out up front and 40.3 to do the same in back. Jeep quotes a smallish 24.6 cubic feet of storage in the trunk, but you can drop the second row seats to liberate up to 54.7 cubes.

Bottom Line: We can’t call this one until we get official measurements from Ford.

Styling


Bronco Sport: We’re happy to report the Bronco Sport doesn’t look like a reskinned Escape with big-bro Bronco styling cues. The Sport is still boxy, but the proportions work on the smaller footprint, at least to our eyes. The bluff nose with its round headlights and intersecting DRLs make the family connection, while a tall greenhouse suggests great sight-lines out. A tidy rear treatment also allows the Sport to look less like a Wrangler than the regular Bronco, though we’d argue that’s down to the dual necessities of heritage styling and packaging for the bigger model.



Cherokee: Chances are you had a strong opinion on the Cherokee’s looks when it first arrived in the middle of the last decade. Jeep facelifted it for 2019, dropping the squinty headlights for more traditional—some may say boring—units. The angular wheel arches and distinctive rear treatment remain however, setting the Cherokee apart from other cars on the road and indeed within the Jeep lineup at large.

Bottom Line: As always, style is subjective. The fresher looks of the Bronco Sport sway us, though.

Pricing


Bronco Sport: Ford is charging a premium for the Bronco Sport, no doubt in part due to its nature as a spin-off of one of the brand’s icons. The sub-compact actually lists for more than the larger Escape. MSRP plus destination is $28,155 for a Bronco Sport Base, versus $27,580 for an all-wheel drive Escape S.

That entry price will net you the 1.5-liter three-pot engine: an eight-speed auto and 4×4 drivetrain are standard no matter which trim you pick. Next up the ladder is the $29,655 Big Bend, followed by the Outer Banks at $33,655. The Badlands is only $500 more than the Outer Banks, and it’s the cheapest option to pick up the more powerful 2.0-liter turbo-four. As it prioritizes off-roading even more than the Outer Banks trim, the Badlands sticks to cloth seats, smaller all-terrain tires, additional drive modes for its Terrain Management System, and metal bash plates. At the top of the pile is the limited-edition First Edition. It combines the off-road chops of the Badlands with more interior amenities and unique styling elements. Ford will build just 2,000 First Editions, and it’ll set you back $39,995 if you’re lucky enough to get your hands on one.



Cherokee: The Cherokee undercuts the Bronco Sport across the line. It starts at just $27,580, though it’s important to note that’s for a front-drive Latitude model. A 4×4 model will run you $1,500 more, and you’ll need an additional $1,945 to move up to the V6 engine. The Upland is the least expensive trim with standard four-wheel drive, requiring $32,460 for the 2.4-liter engine. Meanwhile the cheapest way into a standard V6 is the $31,640 front-drive Latitude Lux. Where it’s available, the turbo 2.0-liter engine is either $2,245 more than the 2.4-liter, or a $500 upgrade from the V6.

Looking for the most off-road-appropriate model? That’ll be the Trailhawk, which starts at $36,250 with the 3.2-liter V6. At the top of the pile is the Trailhawk Elite, which add leather and other interior niceties for a $3,440 premium over the regular Trailhawk. Opt for that and the turbo engine and you’re looking at a price tag of $39,945. It’s only $50 less than the Bronco First Edition—though every exterior color except white is an at-cost extra.

Bottom Line: In terms of metal-for-the-money, the Cherokee wins, with a lower entry point for the bigger model. That’s before we factor in any price gouging dealers might partake in, as well as discounts on the older Jeep.

Verdict


If you’re looking for a smaller crossover that’s ready for the occasional off-road bash, it looks like Ford could have a winner on its hands with the Bronco Sport. It’s smaller than the Cherokee but its boxier shape should minimize any interior space differences between the two. It is pricier though, and offers less drivetrain options to fine-tune where it lands on the road/rocks spectrum.

One thing’s for certain: we can’t wait to find out how the two compare from behind the wheel when the Bronco Sport starts arriving in dealers in late 2020.


 

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Jeep® Expands Award-winning Cherokee Lineup With New Latitude LUX Model
  • New 2021 Jeep® Cherokee Latitude LUX delivers a long list of premium amenities, standard safety features and legendary Jeep 4x4 capability for an incredible value
  • Cherokee Latitude LUX models now available for sale and order through local Jeep dealers


September 30, 2020 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - The Jeep® brand is introducing the new 2021 Cherokee Latitude LUX model to deliver consumers a new level of comfort, luxury and safety, combined with unmatched capability in the midsize SUV segment.

“The new 2021 Cherokee Latitude LUX truly enhances the Jeep lineup and is a direct reflection of what our customers want and value the most in their vehicle – everyday practicality, exceptional comfort, with outstanding ride and handling characteristics,” said Jim Morrison, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA North America. “As the most capable midsize sport-utility vehicle, the Jeep Cherokee continues to offer consumers the ultimate blend of all-weather 4x4 capability and even more standard amenities at an incredible value.”

The new Cherokee Latitude LUX joins Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited and Trailhawk models in the Cherokee lineup. With a U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $30,145 for 4x2 models and $31,645 for 4x4 models (plus $1,495 destination), Cherokee Latitude LUX models are currently available for sale and order through local Jeep dealers.

The Jeep Cherokee Latitude LUX includes a host of standard premium amenities, including Nappa leather seats, power front seats with power lumbar adjuster, heated front seats, premium-wrapped heated steering wheel, remote start, windshield wiper deicer, and the latest Uconnect system with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Available features include dual-pane panoramic sunroof, premium nine-speaker Alpine sound system and 8.4-inch touchscreen radio.

Standard safety and security features on Jeep Cherokee Latitude LUX models include:
  • Full-speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking
  • Suite of premium LED lighting, including headlamps, taillamps and fog lamps
  • Blind-spot Monitoring
  • Rear Cross Path detection
  • LaneSense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
  • ParkView rear backup camera and park assist with dynamic grid lines
  • Rain-sensing wipers
The Cherokee Latitude LUX comes standard with the 3.2-liter Pentastar V-6 engine with engine stop-start technology and high-efficient nine-speed automatic transmission. As the only V-6 engine in its class, the Cherokee Latitude LUX delivers 29 mpg highway and best-in-class towing capability (up to 4,500 pounds). The 2.0-liter I-4 turbocharged engine, one of the most technologically advanced engines in the automotive industry, is optional.

For unmatched 4x4 capability in all weather conditions, the Latitude LUX comes standard with the Jeep brand’s renowned Selec-Terrain traction control system, which allows the driver to choose between five modes for optimal on- and off-road performance. Jeep Cherokee maintains its benchmark position by featuring rear-axle disconnect technology that results in reduced energy loss when 4x4 capability isn’t needed, while improving fuel efficiency. The rear-axle disconnect seamlessly switches between two- and four-wheel drive for full-time torque management and does not require input from the driver.

Optional features on the 2021 Cherokee Latitude LUX model include:
  • Comfort and Convenience Group, which includes security alarm, power liftgate, auto-dimming rearview mirror, air conditioning with dual-zone automatic temperature control, universal garage door opener, 115-volt power outlet, 8.4-in. touchscreen radio and 7-in. full-color thin-film transistor display
  • Sun and Sound Group, which includes dual-pane panoramic sunroof and premium Alpine
  • nine-speaker sound system with subwoofer
  • Trailer Tow Group, which includes heavy-duty engine cooling, transmission auxiliary oil cooler, Class III hitch receiver, four- and seven-pin trailer-tow wiring harness and full-size spare tire (4x4 models only)
Jeep Brand
Built on nearly 80 years of legendary heritage, Jeep is the authentic SUV with capability, craftsmanship and versatility for people who seek extraordinary journeys. The Jeep brand delivers an open invitation to live life to the fullest by offering a full line of vehicles that continue to provide owners with a sense of security to handle any journey with confidence.

The Jeep vehicle lineup consists of the Cherokee, Compass, Gladiator, Grand Cherokee, Renegade and Wrangler. To meet consumer demand around the world, all Jeep models sold outside North America are available in both left- and right-hand drive configurations and with gasoline and diesel powertrain options. Jeep is part of the portfolio of brands offered by global automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. For more information regarding FCA (NYSE: FCAU/ MTA: FCA), please visit www.fcagroup.com.
 

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