The Jeep Cherokee starts at $24,590 (including $995 in destination charges) in the base Sport model, which is competitively equipped with standard features that include Bluetooth audio, cruise control, power features, and 17-inch wheels with all-season tires.
But more buyers will gravitate toward the $26,540 Latitude or the $30,490 Limited trims. The luxurious Limited features:
- An 8.4-inch UConnect infotainment system
- A panoramic sunroof
- Keyless ignition
- Memory heated/ventilated seats
- Nappa leather upholstery
Off-road enthusiasts will opt for the Trailhawk or Trailhawk L Plus models, which start at $32,190 and $36,190, respectively. These Trail Rated models get all of the Latitude standard equipment plus a higher ride height, off-road tires, unique front and rear fascias, added skid plates, and the Selec-Speed control system.
The 2017 Jeep Cherokee has two available engines: a base 184-horsepower inline four-cylinder and an optional 3.2-liter V6 that makes 271 horsepower. Both are paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Other available options include navigation, an open-air sliding glass sunroof, and a litany of option packages.