The Jeep Cherokee: Traction and Towing Capability
The Cherokee has been a mainstay in the Jeep lineup of SUVs for many years. The Cherokee is noted for its reliability, and it is well known for being an efficient vehicle for the family. The Jeep Cherokee is designed with the capability to maintain good road traction, and to provide top towing performance.
The Jeep Cherokee comes with the Selec-Terrain Traction Management System. This system prevents slippage on snow packed and icy roads. You can also manually select the traction mode for the terrain that you will be driving in. The Jeep Cherokee is able to tow significant weight. With the standard engine, the towing capacity is 4,000 pounds. It is 4,500 pounds with the larger engine option.
Need even more power for your Dunlap and Bartonville jobs? Check out the Ram 1500 towing capacity or wait for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator, just previewed at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show.
Come to Sam Leman Peoria to learn more about the Cherokee and take a test drive. The sales associates are prepared to answer your questions about the features of the Jeep Cherokee.
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