The SUV and Crossover worlds have been expanding in sales over the last year due to several things: gas prices, improved economic conditions, and advances in technology making them as comfortable and easy to drive as many of the luxury vehicles of our time. This is a fact that has helped to propel Jeep into the driver’s seat for their own future; consumers are loving Jeeps lately.
One of their long-time best sellers, the 2015 Jeep Cherokee Limited, has been put under a ton of scrutiny because of the freshening of its design and changes in the buying ecosystem. AutoExpress put together a very nice write-up that goes into detail about this popular model before the upcoming model year pushes it aside. It’s a view from a British perspective, something that car buyers should consider more just to see things from a slightly different point of view.
We were given the chance to drive the higher-power version of the 2.2-litre Cherokee on UK roads – in top-spec Limited guise. It’s identically priced to the BMW X3 xDrive 20d M Sport – and £1,095 more expensive than our current class favourite, the Land Rover Discovery Sport – in SE Tech trim.
Read more on AutoExpress.