2017 Jeep Cherokee vs 2016 Jeep Cherokee

2017 Jeep Cherokee
2016 Jeep Cherokee

2017 Jeep Cherokee

Engine:

2.4L Inline 4

Horsepower:

184 hp @ 6400 rpm

Torque:

171 lb-ft. @ 4600 rpm

Fuel Economy:

21 city / 30 hwy mpg *

Transmission:

9-Speed Shiftable Automatic

2016 Jeep Cherokee

Engine:

2.4L Inline 4

Horsepower:

184 hp @ 6250 rpm

Torque:

171 lb-ft. @ 4800 rpm

Fuel Economy:

22 city / 31 hwy mpg *

Transmission:

9-Speed Shiftable Automatic

2017 Jeep Cherokee vs 2016 Jeep Cherokee

Serving Seneca, Clemson, and Greenville, SC

The 2017 Jeep Cherokee and 2016 Jeep Cherokee are versatile SUVs that are designed for families. Both of these models are available with the Tigershark engine or Pentastar engine. Additionally, Jeep's legendary 4x4 technology is integrated into these vehicles. The Selec-Terrain system further enhances the off-road capabilities of the 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee. These models also offer plenty of accident-prevention technology such as the Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Warning.

Performance

Capable of generating 184 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque, the 2.4 L Tigershark MultiAir engine is standard in the 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee. Both models can also be upgraded with the 3.2 L Pentastar V6 engine that produces a maximum of 271 horsepower and 239 pound-feet of torque. Both of these patented engine blocks are compatible with a nine-speed automatic transmission system. Of course, the 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee are equipped with advanced 4x4 drive systems that are virtually unrivaled.

The Active Drive I and Active Drive II are optimized for off-road adventures. Both of these 4x4 installations get maximum traction on unpaved trails that may be covered in dirt, mud, rocks, snow or grass. The Selec-Terrain technology allows the 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee to confidently navigate some of the most challenging terrains. These versatile SUVs also have extra ground clearance, skid plates and robust suspension systems that can take some harsh beatings.

Appearnace & Style

The 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee have the signature front grilles with vertical patterns. Active grille shutters are also available to enhance the aerodynamic performance of these versatile SUVs. Both Cherokee models have an extra wide and aggressive stance that is ideal for taking on rough conditions. Roof rails are integrated into these family-friendly vehicles that are perfect for extended road trips. Dual exhaust tips give the 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee some extra modern styling.

Speaking of contemporary decor, both of these Jeeps have sophisticated interior designs that can accommodate up to five occupants. The front bucket seats in both vehicles are available with premium leather upholstery that is combined with durable vinyl. Light Frost and Beige are some of the attractive color options that are available for the seats. Illuminated cup holders also add a touch of modern flair to the cabins in both Jeep models.

Safety

The 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee have a good chance of avoiding front crashes thanks to the Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking. Additionally, both of these Jeep SUVs offer the Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist. Powered by the LaneSense technology, these features take away any worries when it comes to merging into other lanes on the highway. Some other accident-avoidance features that are available in the 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee include the Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Detection. With some prompt guidance from these systems, drivers can prevent accidents with other vehicles that might be approaching from behind. When the Adaptive Cruise Control is turned on, both of these Jeep SUVs will move safely on auto pilot. The Park Assist and ParkView camera also make it easy to park the 2017 and 2016 Jeep Cherokee.


Come to our dealership to check out the 2017 Jeep Cherokee and 2016 Jeep Cherokee. We'll let you test drive these premium Jeep SUVs that have plenty of family-friendly amenities.

* EPA estimated MPG may vary by transmission, trim and individual driving behavior.

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