2021 Cherokee: The Off-Road Ready SUV from Jeep


When Jeep released the 2021 model year version of its flagship model Cherokee, it came with a clearly prioritized aim of making it an off-road drive expert. The capability that the 2021 Jeep Cherokee brought with it was overbearing than all of its other virtues that were no less alluring for the onlookers.

But this time the 2021 Jeep Cherokee has received some refined values, that gave its practical boxy shape a nice makeover while its exterior now looks all ready for the jungle trips being painted in the newfound Forest Service green shade. At the Los Banos Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealer, when we got to see the 2021 Jeep Cherokee from a closer range, it surely grabbed our intent attention and allured us right away for an immediate test drive.

Getting Ready for the Road Adventures

As mentioned above, the 2021 Jeep Cherokee is exclusively prepared to explore the unknown territories, especially, the unpaved ones. For this, the automaker has left no stone unturned to prepare it with the best possible amenities and all this is done by gathering the most advanced technical support in every wing. Queueing up in the Latitude, Latitude Plus, Latitude Lux, Limited, and Trailhawk trim shades, the 2021 model year edition of Jeep Cherokee distributes its lengthy list of features in them by adding the number of features and increasing the quality of materials. Things also get better under the hood, as you climb higher trim levels, which justifies the higher price range.

However, all the trim levels of the 2021 Jeep Cherokee are ready to get dirty on off-road surfaces, though it goes without saying that their capacity to handle the challenges will invariably increase on the higher trims.

If you start with the base, there lies a 2.4-liter inline-4 engine making a meager 180 horsepower to return a fuel economized mileage of 25 mpg from a combined trip. The next higher Latitude Plus uses a 3.2-liter V-6 engine making 271-hp and handles the undulations underneath better. Then comes a 2.0-liter turbo-4 engine powering the range-topping models with 270-hp and is able to soar through the muddy puddles without much hue and cry.

Prioritizing Safety

As rightly pointed out by the Los Banos CDJR dealership, the support of abundant power alone is not enough to prepare a vehicle for off-road adventures. The vehicle will need a strong wall of safety to feel confident before plunging into an unpredictable landform. Jeep as a pioneer of SUVs knew this fact from the beginning. So, it is not surprising to know that the 2021 Cherokee models will have all the safety features and driver assistance technologies ready at hand. So, the one who handles the steering wheel gets the support of automatic emergency braking, active lane control, and blind-spot monitoring as standard equipment irrespective of the trim you choose.

Other convenience features in the 2021 Jeep Cherokee include a 7.0-inch touchscreen display for the infotainment system, offering smartphone compatibility through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 17-inch wheels, and a lot more.

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