It was 1980 when the society was acquainted with the Jeep Cherokee. 75 years passed since that time, so the manufacturer arrived at a decision of bringing joy to its fans with the Cherokee 75th Anniversary edition launch. With exclusive accents, color schemes and badging, the special edition model marks the in-house authentic freedom.
The ultimate comfort is achieved through the driver’s seat that is adjustable in four directions and Uconnect system with an 8.4-inch display. The saloon sports cloth of premium quality in two color options. In the best traditions of Jeep Cherokee, the rear bench folds nearly flat. The additional safety gets through back up or ParkView camera transmitting the picture into the dashboard screen.
The wheels boast regular five-spoke design painted in bronze this time. All-season tires provide the ideal grip with the road while the system monitoring the pressure in tires guarantees additional safety on the way.
The 75th Anniversary edition lineup received an exclusive color that was prepared especially for identifying the vehicles in the road traffic – the Recon Green. Besides, the exterior of the auto reveals bronze accents that set the car apart from the in-house lineup. The bronze detailing decorates wheels, fascias, badges, and roof rails. The headlamps turn on in automated mode depending on the weather condition. The passengers on the rear seat are protected from passer-byes’ glances by the deep-tinted special glass. Moreover, this glass is able to absorb the heat and keep the saloon cold.
The under-hood contains MultiAir engine with 2,4-liter capacity delivering 184 HP and 171 lb-ft of max torque and working in conjunction with the 9-speed automate. As a result, the auto sports 4,500 lbs towing capacity and 4×4 wheel drive. The fuel consumption suggests spending 22 mpg in city and 31 mpg in highway cycle.
The vehicle got a new dual-pane sunroof called CommandView. The cost of the car didn’t climb too high and is just 27,875 USD, what is comparatively affordable.