2021 Jeep Cherokee for Sale in Strathroy
Whether you're looking for a solid family SUV with plenty of comfort or an off-road demon for weekend adventures, there's a 2021 Jeep Cherokee to fit.
What are the main features of the latest 2021 Jeep Cherokee for sale in our Strathroy showroom? Read our hands-on review to find out.
Engine Options and Performance
For 2021, there are three engine options available with the Cherokee. As standard, a 2.4L model is producing 180 horsepower with 171lb-ft of torque passed to front-wheel drive through a nine-speed automatic transmission.
If you're looking for more power for off-roading - the A 3.2L V6 engine adds 271hp and the torque to 239lb-ft, taking performance and power to the next level. This engine comes with the all-wheel-drive as an option
The final choice is a 2.0L turbo mill making 270 HP, but raising the torque figure to an impressive 295lb-ft, ideal for tackling the toughest of terrains.
All three engine choices deliver exceptional performance, with firm suspension and assistive braking that adds an extra smoothness to the drive.
Excellent Towing Capacity
If you're planning to make use of the Cherokee's off-road abilities, particularly with the Trailhawk trim, an optional Trailer Tow package will be a good addition. This upgrade allows the Cherokee to tow up to 2,040kg, invaluable for extended trips away from the pavement.
Interior and Infotainment
Although it's a compact crossover, the Cherokee can seat five people comfortably, with an ample 104cm of legroom in the front and 102cm in the rear. The dashboard is well laid out and has an upscale feel that belies the Cherokee's affordable price.
The Cherokee infotainment comes with a 7" touch screen on the lower trims, rising to an 8.4" version as an option on higher trims. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard across the range, Wi-Fi hotspot capability, and higher trims add a pair of rear-seat USB ports for increased connectivity and convenient charging.
Active Safety Features
The 2021 Cherokee lineup comes with the standard safety and driver-assist technology, with some of the highlights including:
Forward-collision warnings and automatic emergency braking.
Active lane control, lane departure warnings, and lane-keeping assist.
Blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alerts.
Electronic stability control, traction control, and roll stability control.
Anti-lock braking system (ABS).
The extensive safety tech is backed up by top-tier crash test results, with the 2021 Cherokee gaining five stars from the NHTSA.