2017 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk comes in five different trim levels which may be obtained by considering the tastes and needs that Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit, and SRT-8. There have been many changes offered in new Jeep Cherokee and here are the reviews from engine and performance up to interior you may need to see.
Engine and performance
Of all trim levels offered except SRT-8, equipped and supported by a 3.6L V6 engine that capable of producing 290 hp and the power can be upgraded into a number of options ranging from 5.7L V8 capable of producing 360 hp and the power turbo diesel 3.0L V6 that capable of producing power of 240 hp. As for the SRT-8, it is equipped with a 6.4L V8 Hemi engine that can generate power of 470 hp. All trims paired with 8-speed automatic transmission equipped with steering wheel paddle shifters.
2017 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is offered with a price range from $ 30,000 to $ 65,000. For security features offered are quite varied (depending on the trim level that we choose). The interior you will get from this new Jeep Cherokee is cabin and passenger seat that comes with wider space and there are also improvements on the material of the cover of the seat that comes higher quality of the leather so you will see more elegant cover that comes with better look.
Exterior and safety
However, the following is a list of some of the safety features of the 2017 Cherokee that we can get. (1) Anti-lock brakes that will improve the ability to change the position of the car when braking is done; (2) Stability control automatically detects when the car is handling limits by reducing or exceed the engine power or applying the brakes to help the driver from losing control of the car; (3) Four airbags which consists of a front impact airbags, side impact airbags, overhead airbags, and knee airbags; (4) Pretensioner that will automatically tighten the seat belt so that the passenger or driver in the optimal seating position when the collision occurred; (5) Anti-whiplash which will reduce the possibility of whiplash injury to passengers and drivers; and (6) Security systems where the car is equipped with an ignition device that prevents the car lights when the key (from the manufacturer) is not used properly.