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comfortable offroader by aj, alberta on 09/05/2013. Trim: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk 4X4.
Pros: the styling and comfort
Cons: no third row
Overall review: its a very good car and I recommend to other people
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one fine jeep by jeep cherokee fan on 11/09/2013. Trim: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk 4X4.
Pros: nicely designed great looks great styling. from the moment you sit in the car and close the door you can tell that this car is special. the people at jeep did a great job on this one a real home run. kudos to all. i cant wait to buy one
Cons: very few if any
Overall review: fantastic suv at a great price
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A MUST DRIVE!!! by ItsAJeepThing on 11/15/2013. Trim: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk 4X4.
Pros: Compared to the other vehicle's I have driven in this segment, the Jeep Cherokee was second to none. Not only does this vehicle have some amazing technology inside of it, but the functionality and ease of use of it all was very impressive. I do want to note that MSN has made an error in the towing capacity for Models with the 3.2L Pentastar. It is rated for 4,500lbs, not 2,000lbs. I have been a Jeep owner my whole life and can truely say that with the addition of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee, Chrysler group is going to make the midsize SUV market rethink how to make a great vehicle.
Cons: The exterior design was something that had to grow on me. I was not used to seeing a body line that runs through the middle of the grill. When I initially saw the exterior design, I thought the running lights were going to double as the headlights, but after realizing that LED running lights come standard on all models, it really gave it a classy, high-end look.
Overall review: Go and TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY!!! You will not be disappointed!!
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Compact SUV to beat by Dallara from Indiana on 11/09/2013. Trim: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4X4.
Pros: This thing is loaded to the max with technology, which I love. The instrument cluster is sweet, all cars should look like this. This is the only compact SUV you can get with a V6 and real 4WD capability. After driving it, I'm sold on the power and driving capability. Watch the YouTube videos of the Trailhawk's off-road capabilities.
Cons: It's priced a little too high. With $2000-3000 in rebates, it will be just about right. The rear leg room is ok, but not great. As a 6' guy, I can get my driving position set, then sit in the backseat without my legs touching the seat in front, but just barely. A long trip with four large adults, might get uncomfortable. This is probably consistent across all compact SUVs. The past quality of Chrysler products worries me. Their designs are fantastic now, I just hope the quality has improved too. I'll probably end up leasing one when I'm ready. I noticed one Trailhawk at my dealership had an exposed wire in the wheel well, where it should have been covered with a protective sheath.
Overall review: I'm in the market for a compact SUV in the near future and this one is the clear leader. The Trailhawk will be overkill for most people. For suburbanites like me, the Limited will be just right. The Mazda CX-5 is nice, so is the Ford Escape. The 2014 Cherokee Limited 4x4 loaded with the V6, is the real deal. Once the rebates come out, I'll be all over it.
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If you can live with small interior cargo space BUY this car. by Tall Dee from South Carolina on 11/19/2013. Trim: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Latitude FWD.
Pros: Chorokee is the quietest with both base 4 cyl. and the V6 of the 3 vehicles in contention for my purchase (other 2 are Ford Escape and Mazda CX5). Was the most comfortable with Escape second. Cherokee's navigation system was most visible and accessible. Really like hidden storage space under passenger front seat and space under floor cargo cover plus moveable rear seats on tracks. Really liked "Cold Weather" option group. Like the fact that "red" color was not at additional cost. Three year residual value is great! 100,000 mile powertrain warranty is clearly better than the 60,000 miles on the Escape and the CX5. Cherokee's fit and finish is outstanding!
Cons: I am really disappointed at the lack of cargo volume in the Cherokee being 54.9 cubic feet, versus Escape at 68.1 and CX5 at 65.4 cubic feet respectively. I am coming from a Subaru Forester at 68.6 cubic feet max cargo volume. I measured cargo volume with rear seats down for length, width and height versus the Forester and found that the serious negative on the Cherokee is the width between the rear wheel-wells. This is a design oversight and the Jeep product planners should have caught this, because they do complete tear-downs of competing cars.
Overall review: In the end the other attributes of the Cherokee overcame my disappointment with cargo space, making the 2014 Jeep Cherokee a BUY!
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