Closer Look: 2014 Jeep Cherokee at NAIAS

You may remember when the 2014 Jeep® Cherokee made its debut last year at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. This year at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, we wanted to bring you an up close and personal look at our newest vehicle.

While we were there, we talked with Ron Frank, Jeep brand product specialist. He took us through some of the highlights of the vehicle, which you can see in the video below.

Two Jeep brand advocates, Chase Carver and Daniel Luenzmann, also came to check out the vehicle for themselves.

“The Cherokee instantly grabbed my attention,” said Luenzmann. “The first thing I walked up to was the new Trailhawk. It stuck out to me with its aggressive stance, small lift, and oversized tires.”

“Once you get used to all the interior luxuries you start to notice smaller things. For example, on the exterior there are some nice front and rear red tow hooks and a trailer hitch coming through the rear bumper. There are also two options to attach your trailer lights, a four-pin hookup and a sever pin if you have a trailer with electric breaks. Overall it’s a well-made vehicle with a ton of personality and style.”

Carver agreed that the 2014 Cherokee stood out to him as well.

“The highlight of my trip was definitely getting to learn about the 2014 Jeep Cherokee,” said Carver. “The interior of the Jeep Cherokee is loaded with an 8.4-inch touch screen system with navigation, flat folding front and rear seats, a back-up camera, 10 air bags, and over 70 safety features including LaneSense Lane Departure Warning-Plus and Blind-Spot Monitoring. All these great features coupled with its trail-readiness make the Jeep Cherokee a great daily driver and weekend warrior.”

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