2020 Jeep Cherokee
The Cherokee, the smallest of the Jeep SUV fleet has gained significant fame thanks to its strength despite its size. The Cherokee has also distinguished itself in terms of comfort and performance among its competitors. In keeping with this rapid development, Jeep has recently launched the 2020 Jeep Cherokee. Let’s take a look at what the developed version of this crowd-favorite model entails.
There are six trims available in the Cherokee:
- High Altitude
The Latitude is the basic trim equipped with all the standard features, while the Overland is the most premium and luxurious variant in the list.
There are three choices of engines available in the Cherokee:
- 3.2-litre four-cylinder engine – Found in the base variants of the Latitude and Altitude as part of the standard equipment
- 3.2-litre six-cylinder engine – A standard addition to the Limited and Trailhawk trims
- Turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine – Comes standard in the High Altitude and Overland
Customers will have an option between the two 3.2-liter variants based on their requirements. The Trailhawk also accommodates the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine as part of an upgrade.
The performance of the 2020 Cherokee is rather commendable. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine offers up to 270 hp and a torque of 295 lb-ft. For the V6 engine, the torque generated is 239 lb-ft, and for the V4, this figure comes at 208 lb-ft. When it comes to the towing capacity, the V4 and V6-equipped models can tow up to 4500 pounds, while those with the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine can carry about 4000 pounds.
The 2020 Cherokee has also received appreciation due to its off-roading prowess. However, Jeep has not let such features dampen the Cherokee from providing its passengers with the best-in-class comfort.
One of the largest new additions to the 2020 Cherokee is the long list of safety features to ensure the well-being of its passengers at all times. Some of the most important that have been added are rain-sensing windshield wipers, forward-collision warning, and lane-departure warning.