2015 Jeep CherokeeSport 4dr Front-wheel Drive

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Jeep Cherokee delivers all the Jeep essentials, with impressive features and safety.
- The Car Connection


Launched as a 2014 model, Jeep Cherokee gets some technological updates for the 2015 model year.

2015 Jeep Cherokee models with the 3.2-liter V6 engine now come with Stop-Start technology, intended to boost fuel economy.Also new for 2015, the Forward Collision Warning system adds low-speed crash mitigation.A rearview camera and automatic headlamps now are standard on 2015 Cherokee Latitude and 2015 Cherokee Trailhawk models.A new SafetyTec Group with Blind-spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Detection as well as rear park assist is available for 2015 Cherokee Limited, Latitude, and Trailhawk models.In addition, a Ventilated/Memory Seat Group is optional on Trailhawk models with leather interior.

The 2015 Jeep Cherokee comes standard with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 184 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque, with fuel economy EPA-rated at 21/28 mpg City/Highway.Optional is the 3.2-liter V6 rated at 271 horsepower and 239 pound-feet of torque, EPA-rated at 20/28 mpg City/Highway with 4WD.

For daily driving, we like the four-cylinder, it's smooth and powerful enough.However, the V6 is only a bit thirstier.The advantage to the V6 is towing, rated to 4500 pounds, versus 2000 pounds for the four-cylinder.

All models come with a 9-speed automatic transmission.It's a compact marvel, raising the regular-car bar for transmission construction and packaging.We found it shifted smoothly.

The Cherokee Trailhawk offers amazing off-road capability, helped by electronic descent control for steep downhill sections.With its tall 4.7:1 ratio for first gear, the crawl ratio of 56:1 is nearly as high as the Wrangler's, useful in boulder fields and other rugged terrain.

Three four-wheel-drive systems are available: Active Drive I, with a one-speed Power Transfer Unit; Active Drive II with two-speed PTU and low range; and Active Drive Lock with two-speed PTU, low range and locking rear differential.The basic Active Drive I is all-wheel drive.The Selec-Terrain traction control system has five modes: Auto, Snow, Sport, Sand/Mud, and Rock.

As for looks, Cherokee doesn't get lost in the SUV crowd.Its designers delivered style and distinction while enhancing the iconic image.The Cherokee Latitude is less blingy than the Limited.Trailhawk says Jeep the loudest, with raised suspension, overfenders and painted tow hooks, plus it gets Jeep's Trail Rated status, meaning it has passed rigorous real-world off-road testing.

Behind the wheel, Cherokee feels tight.Smooth and solid with a firm ride.The four-cylinder has plenty of power for daily needs, and to cruise easily at freeway speeds.The V6 emits a bit of engine noise, but delivers strong acceleration performance.The V6 models offer good handling, but not as good as those with the lighter four-cylinder engine.


The 2015 Jeep Cherokee comes in Sport, Latitude and Limited models, each with front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, plus the Trailhawk 4×4, with offroad capability that's off the chart.

Cherokee Sport ($22,995) and Sport 4×4 ($24,995) come standard with manual air conditioning, air filtering, cloth seats with manual height adjustment, cloth door trim, reclining and fore-aft adjusting 60/40 rear seat, power windows with driver's one-touch down, power mirrors, remote keyless entry, 5-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth and media hub, LED taillamps and daytime running lights, halogen headlamps, electronic parking brake, 17-inch steel wheels with all-season tires, cargo tie-down loops, and black door handles.

Cherokee Latitude ($24,795) and Latitude 4×4 ($26,795) upgrade to air conditioning, power front windows with one-touch up and down, front passenger fold-flat seat with storage space, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, automatic headlamps, body-colored door handles and mirrors, bright molding and roofrails, tinted glass, fog lamps, rear backup camera, 17-inch painted aluminum wheels, and a 115-volt outlet.

Cherokee Limited ($28,595) and Limited 4×4 ($30,595) upgrade with leather-trimmed heated seats, dual-zone climate control, vinyl door trim, heated multi-function power mirrors, bright lower fascia accents, 18-inch polished aluminum wheels, 8-way with lumbar power driver's seat, 7-inch color instrument cluster, 8.4-inch touchscreen audio, and a cargo net with tonneau cover.

Cherokee Trailhawk ($30,095) comes standard with Jeep's Active Drive Lock 4×4 system with low range and locking rear axle, Selec-Terrain drive mode selector, Selec-Speed Control with hill ascent control and hill descent control, off-road suspension with increased ride height, underbody skid plates, heavy-duty cooling system, transmission oil cooler, off-road front and rear fascias, fender flares, tow hooks, skid plates, accent-color grille surrounds, roof rails, black moldings, 17-inch aluminum wheels with black painted pockets, all-terrain tires, full-size spare, backup camera, exclusive cloth interior with red accent stitching.Trailhawk equipment levels are similar to those of Limited, though Trailhawk comes with seats trimmed in cloth and leather.A Trailhawk off-road accessory kit is available, as are ventilated seats and a leather interior group.

Standalone options include a panoramic sunroof (not for Sport), CD player, and tonneau cover.

Safety equipment standard on all models includes 10 airbags, electronic stability control, electronic roll mitigation, and ABS.Optional safety features include ParkSense Parallel/Perpendicular Park Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control-Plus, Forward Collision Warning-Plus, LaneSense Lane Departure Warning-Plus; 9-1-1 assist call button; Blind-spot Monitoring; Rear Cross Path detection; ParkView rear backup camera with dynamic grid lines.Most optional safety features come in Technology Group or Safety Tec Group.


Most emphatically, the Cherokee doesn't get lost in the SUV crowd.It delivers style and distinction, while clearly standing out as a Jeep.That may be best expressed by the grille, containing seven Jeep slugs backed by eggcrate; one vertical piece with the aluminum hood, a unique design described by Jeep as waterfall.The hood has a hump as on a muscle car, made into a flat-black wedge on the Trailhawk.The slugs are bright chrome in every model but the Trailhawk, where the eggcrate is black, changing the car's presence.All around, the Trailhawk with its rugged touches (wheels, tires, fender flares, tow hooks) looks more Jeepish.

Other SUVs dream of looking like the Cherokee.Sweet little slits that look like headlamps are actually LED daytime running lights with turn signals, while the projector headlamps rise in black fascias over the front bumper, like bugeyes.They're so small they look more like foglights, while the foglights themselves are even smaller, down at the bottom corners of the fascia; again, eggcrate black on the Trailhawk.

The Latitude is less blingy than the Limited and, we think, better looking.

Trapezoidal wheel arches have sculpted sides leading back to where the Cherokee tries hard for attention, but struggles.There's a big, fat horizontal concave in the liftgate, reducing the inherent slab but obscuring the Jeep identity.At a glance, it could almost be a Kia.The 4×4 models have more black fascia in the rear, which tweaks some style out of the slab.Big LED horizontal taillamps extend into the glass with a top-heavy touch that's apparently aerodynamic.


Jeep Cherokee's interior is stylish and utilitarian, tight and comfortable.Everything has a function, while being easy to reach and operate.

Cherokee Latitude comes with cloth seats that are rugged and sporty, and fit just right.Perforated leather seats replace cloth in the Limited.The excellent fat steering wheel makes you feel like you're in control.You're surrounded by the right stuff in the right places: leather armrest/grab handle, deep door pockets and center console, clean and responsive center stack, trim like brown titanium, black vents; plus stitched leather on the dashboard of the Limited.Plenty of knobs, but not too many.Knobs are good.

The knob for terrain selection has four positions: Auto, Sport, Snow, and Sand/Mud.There's an electronic parking brake, behind the shift lever.Cruise control and audio on the steering wheel.Down on the floor is a big dead pedal.

Digital gauges between the speedometer and tachometer are clear, lit organic white, including a display for the transmission gear.We are slowly becoming accustomed to seeing a 9 displayed.Navigation information on the touchscreen is easy to read, with basic buttons.We wish the radio had a dial, but there's a lovely storage bin on the dashboard that can hold a laptop.

The standard touch-screen is 5 inches, and the premium one is 8.4 inches.The rearview camera display is big and beautiful.Connectivity goes all the way, including wireless smartphone charging, internet radio, voice-command navigation, media hub with ports galore, and Uconnect access that can do everything from calling 911 to reading incoming text messages to you.

We like the instrument panel's function more than its design.Jeep designers spent endless hours trying to make the dashboard fluid, like water, with lines like the wings of an osprey.It seems a bit foo-foo for a Jeep.That's what the Compass was supposed to be for.

The center stack is supposed to harken back to a '40s Jeep grille, and the vents are supposed to suggest a skeleton.As for colors, it's a world tour.There are the colors of Mount Vesuvius, Kilimanjaro, the Grand Canyon, Iceland, and Morocco at night.Kilimanjaro inspired the cloth-and-leather Trailhawk interior.Jeep says the Masai tribe that lives there influenced the design (we didn't ask how).If your imagination runs with the designers, you'll see it.Either way, the hues are sweet.

Behind the front seat, there's a lot of room and convenience for passengers and cargo.The 60/40 rear seats fold flat in a heartbeat.The 40.3 inches of rear legroom is nearly 2 inches more than big brother Grand Cherokee has, because the Cherokee's rear seat is higher.The SAE standard for rear legroom measures hip to ankle, as part of the equation to determine the total in inches.

The power liftgate can be opened with the remote or by pressing the electronic latch button, which is right where you expect it to be.To close the liftgate there's a button inside that's conveniently located, but hard to see.Slide out your cargo and press that button, and it's right there.At night, however, we groped around trying to find it because it is not lighted.Pressing the remote also closes it, of course.The cargo cover gets in the way at times with its big flap.

Driving Impression

The first thing we noticed when we drove the Jeep Cherokee is how tight it is: smooth and solid with a firm ride.Steering is precise for an SUV, using a steering wheel that's satisfying in its shape and function.The steering column made a bit of noise when we turned the wheel on at least one model, however.

We got good seat time in both the 2.4-liter four-cylinder and the 3.2-liter V6, with their 9-speed automatic transmission.You read that right, 9 speeds, squeezed into a box of gears not much bigger than a breadbox.Bold engineering by Chrysler, where good things have been happening lately on the technical front.We don't mean to write corporate ad slogans, but in this case it's true.

The V6 we drove wasn't much smoother than the four.The four-cylinder has plenty of power for daily needs, and to cruise easily at freeway speeds.The V6 is for people who like more acceleration performance, or who tow.The four-cylinder is rated to tow 2000 pounds; the V6 with tow package, a class-leading 4500 pounds.If you don't tow often, the four-cylinder will be fine.The 9-speed gearbox helps, but it will be busy.

During a day-long drive over varied terrain of freeways, winding two-lanes, mountains and off-road, we watched the transmission do its thing.Theoretically, a 9-speed transmission would shift almost twice as much as a 5-speed; but not in this case, because the ratio of 5th gear is an even 1.00:1.So 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th are all overdrives, to reduce rpm's at highway speeds and increase fuel mileage.With drive ratios of .81, .70, .58 and .48, there's very little rev change with each shift, so you don't often feel more than five gears.

Shifting function is especially important in the Cherokee because in Manual mode, you've got those 9 speeds to play with (overdrive notwithstanding).But after you're in 5th gear, you might as well go back to Auto.Except in Auto, it almost never gets up to 9th on its own.Overall in Manual mode, it shifts a lot on its own, including casual upshifts at 2500 rpm or so.

There are more than 40 shift maps for conditions and forces that software detects, meaning that there's only a 1-in-40 chance that whatever we say about when it shifts will be correct.It's going to shift a lot.We didn't find it intrusive.

Like them all, the transmission is programmed to shift based on data from sensors trying to read the road conditions as well as your pace and style.It seems not unlike Google noting your surfing habits and sending the info to advertisers who try to give (sell) you what you want, on your screen.At least, Jeep isn't invading your privacy by giving its transmission a potent memory and shifting algorithm.

The other issue with the 9-speed is reliability, and only time will tell.The transmission has four gear sets and six shift elements, including multi-disc clutches, dog clutches and brakes.Just more parts to break, the off-road old-timers with 4-speeds would say.

With the four-cylinder, having less torque than the V6, the transmission kicks down more.However, the Sport mode in 4×4 Selec-Terrain keeps it in the gears longer.We got 22.3 miles per gallon on the winding roads and freeway; it's EPA-estimated at 21/28 mpg City/Highway with four-wheel drive.In the V6, mileage dropped to 18.1 mpg; it's rated at 20/28 mpg mpg.

After driving the smooth four-cylinder Latitude, we expected the V6 Limited to be super smooth, but some engine noise appeared.Put your foot down, however, and it flies.Handling is good, but it doesn't feel as attached to the road surface as the four.The electric power rack-and-pinion steering ratio is the same, but the V6 steering is lighter.And the ride is softer and smoother; it doesn't take undulations as well as the Latitude, but speed bumps are gentler.The V6 feels bigger because it handles heavier due to the weight of the engine, which is true of all but the most carefully balanced and sophisticatedly suspended cars, none of them SUVs.

But the knockout punch with any Jeep is off-road capability.We spent a few hours facing off-road challenges in a Trailhawk.It breaks new ground, especially in descent control.It will do amazing things.For some of those things it doesn't need or want your feet to be involved, to screw things up.It will climb up rocks and back down with your feet in the air; the driver just steers, and the machine takes itself down over treacherous terrain perfectly, safely.The descent advancement is that the driver can control the speed in 0.2-mph increments.That's way better than before.

The transmission uses a numerically high 4.7:1 ratio for first gear, for quicker standing-start acceleration.Coupled with the 4.08:1 final drive with the four-cylinder (3.52:1 in the V6), and the Active Drive II or Active Drive Lock.That setup delivers a crawl ratio of 56:1, nearly as high as that of the Jeep Wrangler.

Unfortunately, we didn't get a chance to test the traction of basic Active Drive I.Just because the Trailhawk with Active Drive Lock has offroad capability beyond real-world needs, it doesn't mean that Active Drive I will keep you moving in two feet of snow, sand or mud.However, there are modes for those conditions in Selec-Terrain, and it is a Jeep, so we have faith.

At the introduction of the new Cherokee, we were given the opportunity for comparison spins in a Honda CRV, Toyota RAV4, and Ford Escape.Cherokee blew them out of the water.Compared to the Cherokee, the Escape is more nimble but has a mere 5-speed; the RAV4 has no feel and its transmission intrudes; the CR-V is boring and it labors.

The Cherokee claims the categories that matter, for example character, spirit and looks.It has a personality: decisive.Compared to the others, it feels like an Alfa Romeo.


The 2015 Jeep Cherokee is a winner on many fronts, especially exterior and interior design, along with character.The smooth four-cylinder engine works for all but big towing.The 9-speed transmission is smooth, but time will tell on reliability.Fuel mileage could be better.The Trailhawk is in an offroad class of its own.

Sam Moses filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report.

Model Lineup

Jeep Cherokee Sport 4x2 ($22,995), Sport 4x4 ($24,995); Latitude 4x2 ($24,795), Latitude 4x4 ($26,795); Limited 4x2 ($28,595), Limited 4x4 ($30,595), Trailhawk ($30,095).

Assembled In

Toledo, Ohio.

Model Tested

Jeep Cherokee Latitude 4x4 ($26,495).
ABS Brakes
Air Conditioning
Air filtrationInterior air filtration
Air filtrationInterior air filtration
Front air conditioningManual
Front air conditioningManual
Driver AirbagYes
Head airbagsCurtain 1st and 2nd row
Knee airbagsDriver and passenger
Passenger AirbagYes
Audio System
Antenna TypeIntegrated roof
Digital Audio InputYes
Digital Audio InputYes
Memory Card SlotYes
Memory Card SlotYes
MP3 playerYes
RadioSiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite
Radio Data SystemYes
Radio Data SystemYes
Remote CD changer locationConsole
Satellite RadioSiriusXM
Speed Sensitive Volume ControlYes
Speed Sensitive Volume ControlYes
Total Number of Speakers6
Braking assistBraking assist
Front brakesVentilated disc
Front brakesVentilated disc
Child Safety
Child safety locksManual
Fabric TypeCloth
Fabric Type 2Cloth
Fabric Type 3Cloth
Fabric Type 4Carpet
Roof typeFixed roof
Comfort Features
Cargo area lightCargo area light
Center console trimMetal-look
Center console trimMetal-look
Dash trimMetal-look
Dash trimMetal-look
Door trimSimulated wood
Door trimSimulated wood
Floor matsCarpet front and rear
Floor matsVinyl/rubber front and rear
Heated steering wheelHeated steering wheel
Reading lightsFront and rear
Shift knob trimUrethane
Shift knob trimLeather
Steering wheel trimUrethane
Steering wheel trimLeather/metal-look
Steering wheel trimUrethane
Convenience Features
12V DC power outlet3
Audio controls on steering wheelAudio controls
Cargo Grocery Bag HolderYes
Center ConsoleFull with covered storage
Cruise controlCruise control
Cruise controls on steering wheelCruise controls
CupholdersFront and rear
Door pocketsDriver and passenger
Multi-function remoteRemote engine start
Overhead consoleMini with storage
Power steeringSpeed-proportional electric power steering
Retained accessory powerRetained accessory power
Seatback storage1
Steering wheelTilt and telescopic
Steering wheelTilt and telescopic
Aerodynamic Drag (CD).33 cD
Angle of Approach16.7 degrees
Angle of Departure24.6 degrees
Front Head Room1,001 mm
Front Hip Room1,367 mm
Front Leg Room1,044 mm
Front Shoulder Room1,463 mm
Front track1,580 mm
Overall height1,669 mm
Overall Length4,623 mm
Overall Width1,859 mm
Rear Head Room978 mm
Rear Hip Room1,267 mm
Rear Leg Room1,024 mm
Rear Shoulder Room1,400 mm
Rear track1,572 mm
Wheelbase2,700 mm
left rear passenger door typeConventional
Rear door typeLiftgate
right rear passenger door typeConventional
Driver Seat
Head Restraint Whiplash ProtectionYes
HeatedMulti-level heating
Height AdjustableManual
Manual Adjustments6
Axle ratio3.25
Axle ratio3.73
Driven WheelsFront-wheel
Block HeaterRegular duty
Block HeaterRegular duty
Compression Ratio10.10 : 1
Compression Ratio10.70 : 1
Displacement198 cm^3
Displacement144 cm^3
Engine ConfigurationInline
Engine ConfigurationV
Fuel TypeRegular unleaded
Fuel TypeRegular unleaded
Horse Power271 hp
Horse Power184 hp
Max RPM6,500 RPM
Max RPM6,400 RPM
Max Torque RPM4,400 RPM
Max Torque RPM4,600 RPM
Remote engine startRemote engine start
Size2.4 L
Size3.2 L
Torque232 Nm
Torque324 Nm
Total Valves24
Total Valves16
TypeRegular unleaded
TypeRegular unleaded
Valve GearDOHC
Valve GearSOHC
Variable Valve TimingVariable valve timing
Vehicle EmissionsLEV II
Exterior Features
GrilleBlack w/chrome surround
Rear spoilerLip
Tailpipe finisherChrome
Tailpipe finisherChrome
Fuel Consumption
City10.9 L/100 km
Combined9.5L/100 km
Highway7.7 L/100 km
Driven WheelsFront-wheel
Engine Size2.4 L
Engine Size3.2 L
Fuel TypeRegular unleaded
Fuel TypeRegular unleaded
Number of CylindersV-6
Number of CylindersI-4
Trans Speeds - VA9
Trans Type - VAAutomatic
Adjustable Front HeadrestsManual adjustable
Adjustable rear headrestsManual adjustable
Number of rear headrests3
ClockIn-radio display
ClockIn-radio display
External tempExternal temperature display
External tempExternal temperature display
Low fuel levelLow fuel level
Rear View CameraYes
Transmission Temperature GuageTransmission temperature
Trip computerTrip computer
Daytime running lightsDaytime running lights
Exterior entry lightsRemote activated
Headlights auto delayAuto delay off
2-Stage unlocking2-stage unlocking
Power door locksRemote power door locks
Driver mirror adjustmentPower remote
Driver mirror adjustmentPower remote
Heated driver mirrorHeated
Heated passenger mirrorHeated
Passenger mirror adjustmentPower remote
Passenger mirror adjustmentPower remote
Vanity mirrorsDual illuminated vanity mirrors
Passenger Seat
Head Restraint Whiplash ProtectionWhiplash protection system
HeatedMulti-level heating
Height adjustableManual
Manual Adjustments6
Rear Seats
Center armrestYes
FoldingFold forward seatback
Roof rackRails only
Safety and Performance for CarsProd
Antilock Brakes4-wheel
Antilock Brakes4-wheel
Four-wheel antilock brakesFour-wheel antilock brakes
Four-wheel antilock brakesFour-wheel antilock brakes
Head airbagHead airbag
Side airbagSide airbag
Stability controlStability control
Traction controlTraction control
Rear center seatbelt3-point belt
Seatbelt pretensionersFront
Climate controlledDriver and passenger heated-cushion, driver and passenger heated-seatback
Front seat typeBucket
Front seat typeBucket
seating capacity5
Total Seating Capacity5
engine immobilizerEngine immobilizer
Spare Tire
Mount LocationInside under cargo
Spare Wheel
Rim typeSteel
Stability and Traction
Stability controlStability control with anti-roll
Traction controlABS and driveline
Front Spring TypeCoil
Front Stabilizer BarRegular
Front Suspension ClassificationIndependent
Front suspension typeStrut
Rear Spring TypeCoil
Rear Stabilizer BarRegular
Rear Suspension ClassificationIndependent
Rear Suspension TypeMulti-link
stabilizer barFront and rear
wireless phone connectivityUconnect Phone
Speed RatingT
Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemTire specific
Width225 mm
Towing and Hauling
Cargo tie downsCargo tie downs
Trailer hitchTrailer hitch
Trailer Sway ControlTrailer sway control
Trailer Sway ControlTrailer sway control
Automatic typeAutomatic
Manual / automaticAutomatic
Number of speeds9
Transmission Hill HolderTransmission hill holder
Truck Features
Auxilliary engine coolerRegular duty
Auxilliary engine coolerRegular duty
Auxilliary transmission coolerRegular duty
Auxilliary transmission coolerRegular duty
Door reinforcementSide-impact door beam
Video System
Primary Video Monitor Size5.0"
Video Monitor LocationFront
basic distance60,000 km
basic months36 months
drivetrain distance100,000 km
drivetrain months60 months
roadside distance100,000 km
roadside months60 months
rust distance160,000 km
rust months60 months
Weights and Capacities
Cargo capacity, all seats in place697 L
Cargo capacity, rear seat down or removed1,555 L
Curb weight1,658 kg
Curb weight1,714 kg
Curb weight1,658 kg
EPA interior volume2,986 L
Fuel Capacity60 L
Gross vehicle weight2,291 kg
Gross vehicle weight2,291 kg
Gross vehicle weight2,495 kg
Ground clearance145 mm
Max cargo capacity1,555 L
Payload454 kg
Payload454 kg
Towing Capacity907 kg
Turning radius6 m
Rim TypeSilver styled steel
Front wipers - intermittentVariable intermittent
Front wipers - intermittentVariable intermittent
Heated Windshield Washer JetsWiper park
One-touch windows1
Power windowsPower windows
Privacy glassLight
Rear defoggerRear defogger
Rear wiperFixed interval
Body ExteriorStd.Opt.
Heated door mirrors
Power door mirrors
Trailer hitch receiver
Trailer sway control
Convenience FeaturesStd.Opt.
1-touch down
Air conditioning
Driver door bin
Driver vanity mirror
Front beverage holders
Heated steering wheel
Illuminated entry
Overhead console
Passenger door bin
Passenger vanity mirror
Power windows
Rear beverage holders
Remote keyless entry
Speed control
Telescoping steering wheel
Tilt steering wheel
Entertainment FeaturesStd.Opt.
AM/FM radio
MP3 decoder
Radio data system
Remote CD player
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Lighting, Visibility and InstrumentationStd.Opt.
Delay-off headlights
Front reading lights
Low tire pressure warning
Outside temperature display
Rear reading lights
Rear window defroster
Rear window wiper
Trip computer
Variably intermittent wipers
Block heater
Manual-shift auto
Sequential multi-point fuel injection
Variable intake manifold
Variable valve control
Safety and SecurityStd.Opt.
4 wheel disc brakes
ABS brakes
Anti-whiplash front head restraints
Brake assist
Dual front impact airbags
Dual front side impact airbags
Electronic stability
Ignition disable
Knee airbag
Occupant sensing airbag
Overhead airbag
Panic alarm
Perimeter/approach lights
Rear side impact airbag
Security system
Traction control
Seats and TrimStd.Opt.
Front centre armrest
Heated front seats
Leather shift knob
Power 4-way driver lumbar support
Power driver seat
Rear seat centre armrest
Split folding rear seat
Four wheel independent suspension
Front anti-roll bar
Power steering
Rear anti-roll bar
Speed-sensing steering

2015 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4dr Front-wheel Drive, Waterloo, Ontario

Bustard Chrysler Waterloo, 575 Davenport Rd, Waterloo, Ontario N2L-5Z3

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