Since the Chrysler-Fiat merger, many auto-enthusiasts have noted the focus placed on returning the Jeep to its rightful (and historical) form: an unparalleled off-road beast. This is manifest in the new Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, replacing the Liberty in favor of a more suave crossover. Despite the attribution of “suave,” do not mistake updated design for weaker performance. The name Trailhawk accurately previews the capabilities of this new Jeep: it can claw its way up daunting terrains – even at night with its sharpened acuity via LED headlamps.
The Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk’s bulky 17-inch alloys and cherry red tow hooks highlight both style and function. Other features like a sloped rear, LED head and tail lamps, chrome exhaust outlets, and an aerodynamic windshield make this one sexy car – uh, wait, this is a masculine vehicle … All of these features make this a rugged, Herculean beast.
Yeah, much better. Herculean. We like that.
On the inside, drivers enjoy a sporty and lavish cabin. You can melt away the winter cold with heated leathers seats and steering wheel, as well as set a comfortable climate. Analog gauges, stitched red threading, a power hatch, fold-down rear seats, and a flip-up front seat all add to the allure of the vehicle. Whether it’s additional cabin space, an athletic look, functionality, or all of the above, you can enjoy it in the Trailhawk.
Boasting Chrysler Group’s easiest-to-use infotainment system, drivers can control functions by voice, touchscreen, or knobs and buttons. The functions are grouped with icons that make navigating the system simple.
Now to the really important information: the power. Trailhawks come equipped with a 3.2-liter V-6 attached to a nine-speed automatic transmission that also offers a manual mode. It delivers 271 horsepower and is rated to tow 4,500 pounds. Agile four-wheel independent suspension and precise steering provides unprecedented handling.
The Cherokee Trailhawk earned Jeep’s “Trail Rated” badge due to its excellent traction, ground clearance, handling, suspension, water fording, locking rear differential, skid plates, two hooks, all-wheel drive, and … do you really need us to keep going?
The point is this: the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is not an off-road poser. It is ready for rock, mud, snow, ice, sand, and anything else Mother Nature can do to complicate your drive. That’s why generation after generation turns to this brand because nothing is complicated in a Jeep.
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