Equipped with front-wheel or 4-wheel drive, the new 2014 Cherokee is more than a simple midsize crossover. In extreme conditions Jeep offers absolutely stunning Trailhawk.
Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk has noticeably better front and rear angle, higher ground clearance and good ramp-overs than the 2WD Cherokee and their milder 4WD brothers.
There’s a full-colour 7-inch reconfigurable LED instrument cluster that’s backed up by an 8.4-inch colour touchscreen media centre with a variety of functions. Selec-Terrain traction control system with five customized settings (Auto, Snow, Sport, Sand/Mud and Rock ) makes things easier. Just spin the dial to match the conditions or leave it in Auto for confident 4×4 performance on any road or weather condition.
The 2014 Cherokee is also equipped with hill-ascent control, hill-descent control, and 4-wheel-disc brakes with vented front rotors. Trailhawk has wheel flares, tow hooks, skid plates, off-road suspension, diff-lock, 17-inch polished wheels and red stitching throughout the cabin. Its towing capacity is 4500 pounds. With the push of a button, it can electronically lock both rear wheels together for outstanding traction at lower speeds. Something even more spectacular is related to speed control. Selec-Speed Control is only available on Cherokee Trailhawk. It’s a great feature for off-roading and helps you confidently drive up or down hills at controlled, steady speeds.
This model is equipped with a 3.2L V6 engine, sending power to the wheels through a standard 9-speed automatic transmission. The result is formidable 271 horsepower.
Time for a wild ride? Absolutely!