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Jeep Cherokee

$56,950 - $56,950* MRLP

Jeep’s entry into the popular mid-sized SUV race is the Cherokee, which can be had with either 2.4-litre or 3.2-litre petrol power. There are five specification levels to choose from, which includes an off-road focussed Trailhawk variant.

Latest Jeep Cherokee ratings breakdown


Safety Technology
Ride Quality
Infotainment & Connectivity
Handling & Dynamics
Energy Efficiency
Driver Technology
Value for Money
Interior Comfort & Packaging
Fit for Purpose
Jeep Cherokee Limited 2019 review
Review | 7 Feb 2019


Is style a saviour for the updated Jeep Cherokee Limited?
2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk v Land Rover Discovery Sport Si4 comparison
Comparison | 21 Feb 2019


An American and an Englishman in the Aussie wilderness
2018 Jeep Cherokee Limited review
Review | 29 Nov 2018
A broadly talented alternative to the usual SUV crowd

2018 Jeep Cherokee Limited review
Review | 22 Nov 2018


New look and more tech can't redeem American SUV.

Jeep Cherokee Specs:

Variant (1 available)
9 Speed Sports Automatic
Drive Type
Fuel Efficiency
9.8L / 100km

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Jeep Cherokee Limited 2019 review
Jeep Cherokee Limited 2019 review
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Jeep Cherokee farewells Australia after almost three decades
news | 1 Nov 2022
Australia is saying goodbye to the Jeep Cherokee, but it may not be forever.
Price rises for Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee
New Models | 4 Sep 2021
Jeep has increased the asking prices of its Cherokee and Grand Cherokee model ranges, with rises of $500 to $1000 across most variants.
2021 Jeep Cherokee recalled over transmission oil cooler fault
Recalls | 6 Jul 2021
The fault could cause a transmission fluid leak and a vehicle fire, according to the manufacturer.

2021 Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Wrangler Unlimited 80th Anniversary Special Edition prices and specs
New Models | 25 May 2021
A major milestone for the American off-road manufacturer sees the release of new special edition model variants.
Great drives: Exploring Route 66, St Louis to Tulsa, in a Jeep Cherokee
Features | 7 Oct 2015
We hit the Mother Road from The Arch to The Driller for a taste of American history.
Great drives: Exploring the Aussie bush in a Jeep Cherokee Blackhawk
Features | 3 Sep 2015
Drive's Sam Charlwood gets plonked in the Australian outback and told to find his way home.
Jeep Cherokee Limited and Nissan X-Trail TS: Sea-Doo Spark tow test
Culture | 31 Dec 2014
I have a confession to make - I've never towed a PWC on a trailer before.

Jeep Cherokee: Melbourne to Sydney road trip
Culture | 8 Aug 2014
With a medium SUV test due to get underway in Sydney, Mitchell Oke and Tony Crawford are on a mission, driving overnight to get the Jeep Cherokee from Melbourne to Sydney in time. Overall they found the Jeep Cherokee a comfortable road-tripper.
2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk (4x4): owner review
Owner Review | 10 Jun 2021
Need something for the daily commute and to tow a small boat to the ramp on the weekends. Purchased the vehicle new and loved it from the start, great to drive and goes well. The technology pack makes it treat to drive. The heated leather seats will have all your aching back passengers loving you and reaching for the button to turn the heat on. However the best part is the adaptive cruise control. No longer are you on and off the brake and accelerator when on the freeway or a long drive. The car manages the speed for you if you find a slow person in your lane. Best feature ever. Have not had a problem with the car, always just starts and goes. Storage space is ok, would not say great, but I went from a ute to the Jeep, so may not be the best judge. The down side of the car would be the cost of spares. Had a rock thrown up from a truck and cracked a headlight. Quote from Jeep was $4920 to replace.. yes you read that correctly .. almost $5k !! Have heard similar stores on the cost of spares from the insurance assessor. The other thing I am not sure about.. The sunroof or moonroof, its huge. Its nice to crack the roof to let some fresh air in, however all the glass even with the shade screen across does heat the car up when the sun is shinning and its parked and we all know Australia gets a lots sun. The way I combate it is the aircon and remotely start the car before I get in the car. Would I buy one again ? Undecided. Lovely to drive both in the city, on open roads and off the beaten track. It seriously is. It is comfortable and handles like a dream and you could drive it all day long. However when you look at the cost of spares, If a headlight is an indicator, I am grateful so far I have not had to repair anything else. But it does leave you apprehensive when you put the car in for a service or as it gets older will I regret having one if things need replacing ? Its a tough call.
2015 Jeep Cherokee Limited Review
Owner Review | 5 Apr 2015
What a great car so far. For a small to mid size SUV the Cherokee Limited Diesel must surely be up near the top of it's class. Loaded with kit and features. Quality of fit out and attention to detail is very well done.Love the comfort and cabin luxury in Limited trim. Best seats in any car I've ever owned. Where this vehicle shines is the compromise between car like mannerisms and off road credibility. Jeep have a winner here even if the looks do take a little getting used to. It really does look much better in the flesh than it does in pictures. trust me The standout feature for me is the awesome technology centered around the brilliant Uconnect system. American innovation with a touch of European design. The system is quick to pair phones and the voice connectivity is intuitive and makes it a breeze to operate a plethora of vehicle communication and comfort features. The ride and handling of the Cherokee is firm and precise on the 18" wheels and 55 profile rubber offered by the Limited. NVH is really quite low for it's type . The car really shines on secondary dirt roads where it soaks up bumps with aplomb and remains settled and composed. It seems made for this sort of driving environment. It's plain fun to drive in this sort of setting. The 9 speed auto is interesting and takes a little getting used to. Not quite sure they have it 100% just yet. Thankfully software issues only. Downshifting of the box in the lowest gears is definitely noticeable but not intrusive. It can seem to hunt gears just a little at low speed but once up and going the car is a fantastic cruiser. Very quiet and comfortable. Economy so far is very good for a relatively new diesel that will obviously improve with time. The Active Drive II system inspires confidence on most surfaces and the addition of true low range 4x4 is a great bonus to the Limited diesel. It's a shame Jeep don't provide this diesel to other trim levels particularly the Trailhawk as it would further improve Australian sales where we love our diesels. The rest of this car is great. Good rear seat leg room and comfort. Cargo space is fairly limited but can be improved by adjusting the back seats. Not great if you need stacks of room for cargo but definitely not useless. If Jeep can get the ratios and changes finally sorted with the 9 speed box then this vehicle will rise to the top of it's class
2010 Jeep Cherokee Limited Review: owner review
Owner Review | 9 Mar 2015
So you're considering a JEEP?!? In 2010 I bought a new Jeep for just over $49,000. It was my pride and joy for the first 10 minutes... This car had 21 issues, including fuel line falling off (at the time of delivery at in the dealers driveway so I couldn’t even take it home), Loss of all climate controls (twice!), Turbo inlet manifold cracked (towtruck required), Coolant line broke off behind the dashboard flooding the inside of the car with coolant (towtruck required), Intermittent rain sensor (twice), Ignition failure (towtruck required), Intermittent starter motor issue (I recorded the issue on my camera phone and left the car at the repair centre for 50 days but they couldn’t fix it) Drivetrain control module error (towtruck required) and Turbo inlet pipe cracked (drove the car home in limp-mode and got it temporarily fixed by a local mechanic) + a bunch of other very annoying issues.that shouldn’t occur on a new car In 2011, After the 9th issue (and 2nd tow truck) I formally asked the Dealer to take the lemon back and provide me with a reliable vehicle or a refund. The dealer refused and told me to take it up with Fiat Chrysler Group Australia (the importer), so I did. Fiat Chrysler Group Australia told me they couldn't help either so I engaged the Office of the Fair Trading who also tried on my behalf to get them to do the right thing, but after no success they suggested I take legal action. I spent the next 3 years escalating and begging for them to do the right thing, while still incurring addition issues. I demanded a meeting and flew to Melbourne to meet with Chrysler head office where, after 2 hours of discussion about the poor performance of my vehicle, they offered me… wait for it… a free car battery! I gave them plenty of opportunities to make things right, including emails to the Australian CEO (each request for a meeting was rejected), Directors and Service Managers, asking for help, but I guess they just thought I’d just give up I took them to Queensland Civil and Administrative Court (QCAT), hoping we could resolve it in mediation, but they knew that QCAT can only make rulings on items of under $25k so they stuck to a low-ball buy back offer and the hearing was dismissed. I refused to sell my problem to someone else, so with nowhere else to go, I decided to start a campaign to DESTROY MY JEEP. People everywhere jumped on board to get involved and to tear my Jeep apart using crowbars, hammers, steel-tipped arrows and large excavators . I had two lobby groups join me in my fight to see the law reviewed and updated to protect all Australians (we need a “lemon law” like the one that’s been in place in the USA for over 35 years!) We met with Treasury, the ACCC and various other government officials to raise awareness for a review of the law (and an investigation into companies that are ignoring the current law). So there you have it. My Jeep is now nothing but a burned pile of rubble but that doesn't mean we should stop. If we can get Fiat Chrysler Group Australia to start issues seriously it will help all other Jeep owners. Likewise, if we can get the government to review the Australian Consumer Law, it’s going to help ALL Australians who buy a new car. DON'T HOLD BACK? YOU BETCHA!

Owner Review | 20 Aug 2013

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