► Summary:

I drove the 2017 JEEP Cherokee Limited two days and LOVE it. It handles well, has a great storage, and I love the updates JEEP has made to the interior. If you're in the market for a SUV I highly recommend taking the Cherokee Limited out for a test drive. You will not be disappointed.

Likes:
(1) 3 pronged power plug in the back.
(2) Easy to use touch screen.
(3) Heated seats (and a heated steering wheel).
(4) Tons of storage in the back.
(5) Convenient cellphone storage with a charging port.

Dislikes:
(1) No blindside detection.
(2) Poor acceleration.

► Would I buy this car? Oh yeah.

►About this Rental:

Rental Car No: 7
Company: Enterprise
Days Driven: 2
Miles Driven: 152

►About this car:

Type: SUV
Year: 2018
Make: JEEP
Model: Cherokee Limited
MSRP: $29,495
Seats: 5
Engine: 2.4 L 4-cylinder
Horsepower: 184
MPG: 21 city, 30 highway

►NHTSA Safety Ratings:

The Jeep Cherokee Limited was not rated by the NHTSA. But the base model Cherokee was, so I'm including those stats below.

Overall Safety: 4 out of 5
Frontal Crash: 4 out of 5
Side Crash: 5 out of 5
Rollover: 4 out of 5

www.nhtsa.gov/


►Other Reviews:

Edmonds: 3.9 out of 5
US News: 7.6 out of 10
Car and Driver: 3.5 out of 5

Comments

    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars

      The major review sites were not kind. Edmonds rated the Limited at 3.9/5, US News 7.6/10, and Car and Driver gave it a 3.5/5. I love this car. I have no idea what those guys were thinking...

      about 2 years ago
    • Brotha1984
      Brotha1984

      One of the flaws I notice with my 2.4l Cherokee is the oil consumption I got my oil change 7-26-19 and check my oil 8-31-19 only put 1880 miles during that time my dipstick oil level was on the middle of instead the full level I had to buy quart of oil to top it off too full took it in to jeep dealership they told me my next service they gonna do oil consumption test and go from there

      about 15 days ago
    • Elizabeth A. C
      Elizabeth A. C

      I have a 2017 6 cylinder Jeep Cherokee. It had 10 miles when I bought it. I keep it clean all the time I love my Jeep. I been driving Jeep since I was 17 yrs old. My Jeep now it’s good I keep up the maintenance every 3000 or 5000 miles but they put synthetic oil. My Jeep I try not to drive it to much because I don’t want to put to much mileage on it instead I ride with Lyft. Love Jeep hope it will last at least for 12 hrs without giving me a problem.

      about 3 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Elizabeth A. C

      How many miles is on it now?

      about 3 months ago
    • Amit sahu
      Amit sahu

      Lull

      about 5 months ago
    • Lil Sav
      Lil Sav

      This is my first car it’s black but it has a actual key

      about 6 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Lil Sav

      Nice! How's it working out for you?

      about 6 months ago
    • Lil B34RDY
      Lil B34RDY

      We purchased a used 2017 Cherokee Limited but in red back in May of last year. I was shocked that it was only $19k with 42k miles on it. It has been very dependable so far. The only thing I had to do was put new tires on it because the tires on it looked pretty worn and would have only gotten a few more hundred miles out of them. The ride is really smooth, I've never had the 2.4 tigershark engine before so this is a first. The engine seems to be a lot more smooth than my old 2.2 Ecotec in my 2007 Cobalt.

      about 6 months ago
    • Brotha1984
      Brotha1984 In reply to Lil B34RDY

      I just bought my 2016 Cherokee from carmax for 16,998 with only 14,700 miles on it I wanted to get the 6 cylinder model but they wanted 18k for it with 55k miles on it didn't make sense so I settled with the 4 cylinder with lower miles instead I do agree the acceleration sometimes is a little sluggish but it does get up though especially on that freeway

      about 3 months ago
    • Lil Sav
      Lil Sav In reply to Lil B34RDY

      I’m 16 and i have this car it’s trash

      about 6 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Lil B34RDY

      Nice purchase! Seems like you got a great price.

      about 6 months ago
    • Bob B
      Bob B

      100 Rental Cars is so complete and thorough in its reviews it is the only source on Youtube I look for when I want an honest consumer evaluation. Thank you for your videos, they are most helpful.

      about 8 months ago
    • فراس العبيدي
      فراس العبيدي

      CD Website Please

      about 1 year ago
    • chocolatewheelchair
      chocolatewheelchair

      Why do most rental cars not come with a sun roof?

      about 1 year ago
    • Niko Argiris
      Niko Argiris

      How’s the overall dependability, and reliability of the vehicle? I’ve heard they’ve had a bad reputation. do you think the new ones 2018, and 2019have gotten better? love the reviews great job!!

      about 1 year ago
    • michael cordell
      michael cordell In reply to Niko Argiris

      It ain’t

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Niko Argiris

      Hi Niko! (you left a similar comment on my Latitude review, so I'm going to cut and paste my response here). In my experience, Jeeps are decently reliable. My family had an early 2000s model and it lasted over 10 years without any major problems. If you like the look and the feel of the Cherokee, then I think you should go for it. But if you're on the fence, or if reliability is your highest priority, then I'd consider a Honda or Toyota instead. Generally those score better when it comes to reliability. Hope this helps. And thanks for the kind words about my video!

      about 1 year ago
    • Jordan F
      Jordan F

      You love grabbing that "sizeable knob", huh? Total homo

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Jordan F

      Ha! Guilty as charged! As soon as I said it, I knew I was opening myself up to some ridicule. I'm such an idiot sometimes. Anyway, quick side note. It's 2018 friend, I think it's time to retire the word "homo".

      about 1 year ago
    • Ketchup Chick
      Ketchup Chick

      We just bought a used 2017 Red Jeep Cherokee Limited. When we were test driving the vehicle, the salesman pointed out that you can use the VR button to give voice commands for some of the controls. I can't remember if it was just for the radio or if it was for the heating/air as well. We have only had it less than a week and besides the test drive, I haven't driven it due to heavy snowfall ( no matter what kind of vehicle I have, I don't like driving when there is a lot of snow) I have been a passenger a couple of times while my husband drove and I LOVE this vehicle. I know it's not a Land Rover or a Mercedes but I think it looks very sharp and I love the features!

      about 1 year ago
    • Fred Walker
      Fred Walker In reply to Ketchup Chick

      How is the car running now?

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Ketchup Chick

      I just noticed your user name. Holy crap that's awesome!

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Ketchup Chick

      The VR button is fun. I tried it out on this vehicle, and a few other JEEPs. It works pretty good, although sometimes it can be....a little frustrating. But anyway, congrats on your new JEEP. Nice choice, I think you'll be very happy with it. And when you do get to drive it a bunch, let me know! I'd love to hear your thoughts. I only get to drive these cars for a day or two, so it's nice to hear from real owners. Happy New Year!

      about 1 year ago
    • ConditionRed
      ConditionRed

      The inline 4 4wd is VERY capable. Just needs better tires and more ground clearance

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to ConditionRed

      Nice! Btw, love your profile pic. I just finished watching Punisher on Netflix. It was soooo good. I haven't head any rumors about season 2, but I'm hoping.

      about 1 year ago
    • ConditionRed
      ConditionRed In reply to ConditionRed

      100 Rental Cars I just went 2 days ago in some deep mud and rocks. Never got stuck, the 4wd system is awesome. Only issue was rocks scraping the undercarriage

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to ConditionRed

      I hadn't thought about the ground clearance issue. You're right, it probably would be an issue if you took this "real" off-roading. I've never actual been off roading, you do it much?

      about 1 year ago
    • John Tam
      John Tam

      An ugly and cheap looking vehicle, typical American trash.

      about 1 year ago
    • Kemm makiling
      Kemm makiling In reply to John Tam

      i owned one and its great.

      about 1 year ago
    • Raven James
      Raven James In reply to John Tam

      this American vehicle is better looking than your fat ass ugly face.

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to John Tam

      +John Tam Ugly? Well, that I can't aruge with because that's purely your subjective opinion. But it's not cheap. It's actually very well made. If yiu haven't already, I highly recommend you go out and take it for a test drive. It might surprise you.

      about 1 year ago
    • garry reddick
      garry reddick

      Just purchased the 2017 v6 and I love it..

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to garry reddick

      +garry reddick I bet. JEEP makes the best all around SUV in my opinion. And kudos on buying something slightly used, I bet you save a ton of money.

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin Eaton
      Kevin Eaton

      The only thing I don't care for is the cheap black plastic trim around the bottom. I would expect a limited to be better trimmed. I think that would help entice people to upgrade if it was body colored instead. Other than that seems like a great suv

      about 2 years ago
    • Kevin Eaton
      Kevin Eaton In reply to Kevin Eaton

      Dark Raven Jr see i donr care about engine size. Black plastic trim makes a car look cheap. Shows people have different priorities

      about 1 year ago
    • Raven James
      Raven James In reply to Kevin Eaton

      Kevin Eaton: who cares, it's a lower trim level anyway and you have less things that can break on you. but it all depends on what kinda plastic they used. there's the really cheap hard plastic, but then you have a higher quality plastic which has a soft touch feel to it. they both have there strengths and weaknesses, as long as they don't have plastic on the arm rest and it's only the dash i could live with that. the only thing i don't like is that it comes standard with a 4 cylinder. i would probably skip the base version and go one trim level about the base and get the v6 with AWD. because this Jeep weighs about 3600 pounds and that's just with the base 4 cylinder and 2WD, adding the v6 and AWD puts your curb weight at 3850 pounds, but it's worth it and it's not much different than the 4 cylinder when it comes to MPG. plus you also get slightly nicer interior.

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin Smith
      Kevin Smith

      There is a huge difference between AWD and 4x4. You miss spoke and the start. But good review. Thanks

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Kevin Smith

      That makes a lot of sense. That's for the explanation! And I'll be careful to get this right in the future.

      about 2 years ago
    • Kevin Smith
      Kevin Smith In reply to Kevin Smith

      AWD vehicles are FWD vehicles most of the time. They only send power to the rear wheels when there is slippage. The reason they're not continuous AWD is for fuel consumption reasons. On the other hand, 4x4 vehicles are continuous "four wheel drive" 100% of the time while engaged. So, a 4x4 is a much more "off-road" worthy vehicle while AWD vehicles are mostly for hazardous conditions. If that makes sense.

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Kevin Smith

      +Kevin Smith Really? I confess, I wasn't aware there was a difference. Thanks for pointing that out. I'll try and look it up now. You think you could quickly explain it here too?

      about 2 years ago
    • Vince Ruland
      Vince Ruland

      Is it full time 4x4, or can you switch to 2x? I didn't see that on the selector knob.

      about 2 years ago
    • Raven James
      Raven James In reply to Vince Ruland

      this is a unibody, so it's AWD instead of 4WD. it's not a body on frame, but this version might only be 2WD.

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Vince Ruland

      +Vince Ruland I'm not sure. I only remember a switch to change the terrain (snow, ice, mud, etc.). If I drive another Limited I'll take a look and let you know. I did just post a second review of the Limited, so maybe check it out? I didn't specifically address your question, but you might get a good view of all the controls.

      about 2 years ago
    • Govind Gowda
      Govind Gowda

      Very good vehicle

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Govind Gowda

      Agreed. Do you own one?

      about 2 years ago
    • PhB
      PhB

      Excelent channel! Helped me a lot to decide which car to get in my next rental. Already spread it to my brazilian friends. Thanks!

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to PhB

      +PhB Hmmm, not a bad list. My favorite out of those is the Kia Sportage. I'm not a fan of the Rogue or Tucson, I'd stay away from those if you have a choice. Actually, if you can, get the Captiva. I've never driven one and I'd love to hear your thoughts.

      about 2 years ago
    • PhB
      PhB In reply to PhB

      I will try the Sportage or the Cherokee, but since I'm going with Alamo I can end up with any of their Intermediate SUV option(Jeep Patriot, Jeep Cherokee, Ford Escape, Chevy Captiva, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Mazda CX-5, Nissan Rogue or Toyota RAV4).

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to PhB

      +PhB Thanks! Which car did you decide to get?

      about 2 years ago
    • nashywil 93
      nashywil 93

      It's honestly a hit or miss

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to nashywil 93

      +nashywil 93 I don't know. I thought this was a pretty nice ride. What doesn't do it for you? Btw, I just posted a review of the Audi Q5. Is that more your speed? Cause THAT is a fun SUV to drive.

      about 2 years ago
    • 1helluvawomen
      1helluvawomen

      Those Front Head Lamps are hideous, its a no for me. OIIIIIIIIO

      about 2 years ago
    • Kemm makiling
      Kemm makiling In reply to 1helluvawomen

      I think its pretty.

      about 1 year ago
    • maria amupolo
      maria amupolo In reply to 1helluvawomen

      1helluvawomen I kind of like em to

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to 1helluvawomen

      Aww really? I kinda like 'em. What car are you thinking of getting instead?

      about 2 years ago
    • keytothegate K
      keytothegate K

      Gay review. The bozos did not even comment on the engine-probably the guy who knows how to open the hood wasn't available. /// Anyway, no navigation on the limited and no sunroof,

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to keytothegate K

      +keytothegate K Sorry you didn't like my review. Can you include a link to your review so I can see how to do it better next time?

      about 2 years ago
    • Gary Hylton
      Gary Hylton

      4x4 not AWD

      about 2 years ago
    • Maggie Klumpp
      Maggie Klumpp

      Like

      about 2 years ago
    • maria amupolo
      maria amupolo In reply to Maggie Klumpp

      my dad is planningto buy this car

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Maggie Klumpp

      +Maggie Klumpp Thumbs Up

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Maggie Klumpp

      +Maggie Klumpp Thanks Maggie!

      about 2 years ago
    • Maggie Klumpp
      Maggie Klumpp In reply to Maggie Klumpp

      Wow

      about 2 years ago
    • David Gajeske
      David Gajeske

      Does the Limited not have dual exhaust?

      about 2 years ago
    • Robert A. Lofgren Jr.
      Robert A. Lofgren Jr. In reply to David Gajeske

      100 Rental Cars, Beautiful SUV but that interaction with the touch pad to control the climate control can be quite risky taking your eyes off the road. Accident waiting to happen no?

      about 1 year ago
    • David Gajeske
      David Gajeske In reply to David Gajeske

      Yes, I do have the V6. My dual exhaust looks great! I couldn't be more happy. I just hit 2,000 miles on my Jeep.

      about 2 years ago
    • Wassha 09
      Wassha 09 In reply to David Gajeske

      David Gajeske I believe it depends on the engine. If you have a v6 engine, the car will come equipped with dual exhausts. If you have a v4 engine, it will only come with one exhausts.

      Same thing with the stop n go system. That feature only comes equipped with a v6 engine.

      about 2 years ago
    • David Gajeske
      David Gajeske In reply to David Gajeske

      Update; my 2017 Limited DOES have dual exhaust. Very sharp looking, It's amazing.

      about 2 years ago
    • David Gajeske
      David Gajeske In reply to David Gajeske

      Yea although it will be more of a pain. Mine should arrive to me in a few weeks. The only thing different on mine is that I added a full sun roof.

      about 2 years ago
    • Double Am
      Double Am

      I geuss the back seats dont flatten ?

      about 2 years ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Double Am

      They do! Sorry I didn't show that in this video. In my more recent videos I'm trying to focus more on those types of features.

      about 2 years ago