The Jeep® Cherokee is always ready for adventure, and in addition to its ability to tame even the harshest of trails, it features a slew of amenities that make it a stand out in its crowded segment.
Here are few of the things you should ask about when you stop in:
Cold Weather Group: With the colder months upon us, it's good to know that the Cherokee has features that are specially designed to keep you safe and warm, even in the nastiest of weather. The available Cold Weather Group adds heated exterior mirrors, heated front seats and a heated steering wheel, as well as a windshield wiper de-icer to help maintain a clear view of the road ahead. A remote start system is also part of the package and is perfect for those times where you don't want to head out to warm up your vehicle.
Uconnect® Infotainment: The award-winning Uconnect system lets you stay connected while on the move with access to your phone, entertainment and available navigation system. There are three available systems (Uconnect 5.0, 8.4 and 8.4 NAV) so you're sure to find the right fit for what your life demands. Even the base system features Bluetooth® connectivity, a remote USB port and high resolution touchscreen. With Uconnect Voice Command, you can use many of the systems features without lifting a finger. The available Uconnect Access helps you locate your vehicle (especially helpful in a large parking lot), remotely start and even send points of interest to your Cherokee from your smartphone.
The Trailhawk®: Earning the Trail Rated® designation, the Trailhawk model is the most capable in the Cherokee family with standard skid plates, improved ground clearance and crawl ratio from the other Cherokee models, tow hooks, and the Active Drive Lock 4x4 system. With a 29.9-degree approach angle, 22.9-degree breakover angle and 32.2-degree departure angle there are few trails that the Cherokee can't conquer.
Safety for All: In addition to its robust body structure and 10 airbags, the available SafetyTec Group adds advanced safety equipment including a ParkSense® rear backup camera and Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection. Select models also offer a Technology Group that includes Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go, Full-speed Forward Collision Warning with Crash Mitigation, LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning, Advanced Brake Assist, Parallel/Perpendicular Park Assist and rain sensitive windshield wipers.
Edmunds said the Cherokee "offers more off-road capability than most people will expect from a crossover, but the bigger story is that it's civilized and comfortable enough to drive to work every day. It's worth a look if you're shopping for a small SUV."
Stop by today to see what the newest Cherokee can do for you and be sure to save some time for a test drive.
This article is presented by Colonial Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Hudson in Hudson, Massachusetts.