2017 Jeep Cherokee 4×4 Tested: Loaded for Off-Road Comfort


To our knowledge, the Cherokee Nation has never officially contested the use of its hallowed name on five generations of the Jeep Cherokee. The model name has been around since 1974 and has even been used in Europe. Whatever cultural appropriation issues it might raise today, the badge is at least worn on a vehicle native to this continent. The Toledo, Ohio–built compact crossover holds its own against more than a dozen domestic, Asian, and European competitors and has become the Jeep brand’s best-seller, topping both the Wrangler and the Grand Cherokee through October of this year. READ MORE ››

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