Jeep Cherokee Overview
This small SUV could be a contender, but the Cherokee is too underdeveloped and unrefined. The best version is the 3.2-liter V6 in Limited trim. The 2.4-liter four-cylinder is slow and gets lousy fuel economy for the class at just 22-mpg overall. The nine-speed automatic is not all that responsive or refined. Handling is competent but short on agility, and the ride is jittery. The mostly quiet cabin features comfortable rear seats and a very good infotainment system. Limited trims can be fitted with a variety of high-end equipment. The Trailhawk is very capable off-road, and the V6's 4,500-pound towing capacity is impressive. First-year reliability has been much below average.
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