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    • gameblessed

      I returned mine after the horrible customer service. As a matter of fact all American dealerships suck when trying to take in your car. They just don't give a shit.

      about 3 years ago
    • benanderson89

      I rented a car in the states this July and got stuck with the 2.5L Trailhawk version of the Cherokee and all I can say is: what an appalling car. The 9-speed automatic is the single most wittless transmission I have ever used - it didn't even respond well or at all to manual inputs from the gear selector, and its tendency to kick-down with a thud was alarming and sometimes unpredictable.

      It made me really appreciate the MK2 Qashqai my parents own, and just made me hate automatics even more than usual.

      about 3 years ago
    • dxbmick

      Just did 900Km trip over two days through the high country of Victoria in our 2014 Jeep Cherokee diesel. The milage was 7.2/ 100Km. Great handling the AACC was superb but seemed to piss the the forward drivers off.

      about 3 years ago
    • Rui Pereira
      Rui Pereira

      Really poor review!

      about 3 years ago
    • MrSwift05

      The Trailhawk is a beast 3.2 V6 9 speed  it can go anywhere and drives like a car on the highway Put it in Sport mode and feel the power I just love My one !!!

      about 3 years ago
    • Sneakerama17

      first car ever, worth it? everyday use?

      about 4 years ago
    • Matt Woline
      Matt Woline In reply to Sneakerama17

      +Sneakerama17 The KL Cherokees have many design problems that FCA are trying to keep covered up.
      They frequently hard shift, wobble during acceleration, and the transmission software often selects the wrong gear, even after the new software updates.
      Not every KL made is a lemon, but your chances of getting a dud are very high.

      Avoid this car, nice interior and design, rotten mechanically.

      about 3 years ago
    • gary oblock
      gary oblock

      You've dinged the KL for its trail capability yet you didn't review the Trailhawk... seems a might bit unfair... The 2.0L engine is clearly way too small and the UK prices are insane (it's a lot cheaper here in the US) but I've found it reasonable on the trail.

      about 4 years ago
    • TestDriven
      TestDriven In reply to gary oblock

      +gary oblock The Trailhawk model was not offered for sale in the UK at the time of review. Since then, it's become available only as a special order unit. Jeep UK imported 20 units (10 for dealer display, 10 for customer orders) but does not expect to sell any more after that - its poor economy and emissions factor highly here. In terms of ground clearance, the Trailhawk model still lags behind - in UK spec at least, it offers only 221mm, whereas something like a 2WD Volvo XC60 (hardly known for its off-road prowess!) offers 230mm. It's also priced from £34,245, which is still too expensive unfortunately.

      about 4 years ago
    • ابن السلطنه Oman
      ابن السلطنه Oman

      I wounder if  the new Cherokee 2015 V6 ( 3.2) is recommended ? and what about inside the cabin does it calm when diving both off road and on road I mean do you hear the engine sound,tires sound  ..etc ??? how much it is comfortable to drive it for long distance ?
       I will appreciate your response and your help. Thanks a lot .

      about 4 years ago
    • ابن السلطنه Oman
      ابن السلطنه Oman In reply to ابن السلطنه Oman

      Thank you for your fast respons. My best regards.

      about 4 years ago
    • TestDriven
      TestDriven In reply to ابن السلطنه Oman

      +Safeer Oman We've not driven the V6 model because here in the UK it's only available as a special order model.  However, I can't imagine it solves any of the other issues we mention, such as poor ground clearance, disappointing on-road manners, and various ergonomic short-comings.  For the money Jeep  want for the V6 Cherokee (at least here in the UK), a Grand Cherokee is a much better choice in every way.  Hope that helps.

      about 4 years ago
    • Mustafa Al-sheikh
      Mustafa Al-sheikh

      Excellent review and all other reviews on your channel. I like the way you highlight both positives and negatives. very clever and professional. Great camera angle while driving the car. Well done.

      about 4 years ago