American manufacturer of 2018-2019 Jeep introduced in New York is quite a controversial novelty, actively criticized in the press for the design of the front end. Meet – the new 2018-2019 Jeep Cherokee, .
The new “Cherokee” is based on the Dodge Dart platform that allowed us to make the crossover lighter by 181 kilograms compared to its predecessor the Liberty . He can boast an independent front and rear suspension, and the first copies will be supplied exclusively with a 9-band automatic transmission.
The car will be driven by the engine 4-cylinder Tigershark forces gasoline volume of 2.4 liters and output of 184 horsepower (232 Nm) or 3.2-liter gasoline engine V6 Pentastar, developing 267 horsepower and 316 Nm of maximum torque.
The new 2018-2019 Jeep Cherokee will be available in three all-wheel drive system: Active Drive I, Active Drive II and Active Drive Lock.
- Active Drive I is installed in versions of crossovers Sport, Longitude and Limited. The system comes with a single-speed transfer case and always works automatically, without the need for the driver to participate in the governance process.
- Active Drive II will join the Sport models, Longitude and Limited. In this case, set two speed “razdatka” to control the torque and engine performance in the low range.
- Active Drive Lock includes all the features of the second version, plus a front locking differential. This kind of 4 × 4 is the standard for Trailhawkt option.
The 2018-2019 Jeep Cherokee cabin we meet the ergonomic seats with a 60/40 allocation of space on the front and back row, monochrome 3.5-inch or optional 7-inch color instrument panel with the ability to customize. As a standard option in the crossover is a 5-inch touch screen or an optional 8.4-inch touchscreen display with satellite navigation and Bluetooth.
With regard to safety, the new 2018-2019 Jeep Cherokee received the adaptive cruise control, parking assistant ParkSense of a frontal collision warning system, a congress with stripes warning system and others.
Performed novelty will be in the United States at the Chrysler plant in Toledo (Ohio) and will be available in four trim levels: Sport, Longitude, Limited and Trailhawk.