As one of the most capable midsize SUVs on the market, the 2020 Jeep Cherokee continues to stand out from the crowd in more ways than one. It offers a lineup of seven models, allowing drivers to choose the Cherokee they want to accompany them on their next adventure. The Cherokee’s unique styling and off-road prowess really set it apart. Plus, it offers a detail-oriented cabin with plenty of room for gear as well as advanced tech features and capability that is next to none. All in all, the Jeep Cherokee is prepared to take on whatever you throw its way.
Since there’s a lot to cover when it comes to the 2020 Jeep Cherokee, let’s get started. Continue reading below to get a better idea of what the Cherokee has in store.
The 2020 Jeep Cherokee wouldn’t be complete without the latest tech features. Fortunately, it is very well-equipped in this area. Drivers can enjoy standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto® integration as well as available infotainment upgrades, such as 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot and Uconnect® 4C NAV. Other optional features include Driver Information Digital Cluster Display, Alpine® Premium Audio System, and much more. It’s safe to stay you’ll be connected and entertained no matter where you go in the 2020 Jeep Cherokee.
Drivers can choose from three different engine options for the Jeep Cherokee. The standard 2.4-liter Tigershark® Multiair® 2 engine is paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission and can deliver 180 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque. When equipped with the available 3.2-liter Pentastar® V6 engine, the Cherokee can tow up to 4,500 lbs. At the top of the engine lineup, the available 2.0-liter Turbo engine can produce 270 horsepower and 395 lb-ft of torque as well as achieve a fuel economy rating of up to 31 mpg on the highway.
It’s no secret that the Jeep Cherokee is designed to tackle the toughest of terrains as if they’re as smooth as paved highways. No matter the conditions, the Cherokee can handle every trail, thanks to a number of available features, such as Jeep Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System, which allows drivers to choose from Auto, Snow, Sport, Sand/Mud, and Rock driving modes. Each mode offers optimal vehicle stability depending on the situation by controlling and moderating 12 different vehicle systems.