2021 Jeep Cherokee: Safety
If you plan on taking adventures of all sorts to many different places, you want to make sure your vehicle is equipped to keep you safe. The Jeep Cherokee makes this a priority and holds high standards when it comes to safety.
There are a number of safety features that come standard on the Jeep Cherokee, including Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Detection, Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking, LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning System with Lane Keep Assist, and Electronic Stability Control.
Blind Spot Monitoring alerts you when another vehicle approaches and travels within the blind spots of your vehicle. Rear Cross Path Detection also provides you with warnings of any vehicle passing by as you back up.
The Forward Collision Warning System uses sensors and detects when you are approaching another vehicle with too much speed, providing you with an audible and visual warning. The Active Braking feature can also bring your vehicle to a complete stop if needed to prevent a collision.
Finally, the LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning System with Lane Keep Assist provides you with warnings when you start to unintentionally drift between lanes and can also correct course to keep you within your lane.
2021 Cherokee: Performance
The vehicle you choose needs to perform, whether you use it on a daily basis for your commute or take the entire family on many adventures. The Jeep Cherokee is built for transporting your family to anywhere they need to go and can handle the conditions of off-road travel.
The Jeep Cherokee has a 2.4L I-4 engine that gives you 180 horsepower and 171 lb-ft of torque so that you have more of a boost on the road. This is what helps you handle the unfamiliar roads and unbalanced terrain.
The Jeep Cherokee also provides an EPA-estimated 22 city/31 highway MPG, allowing you to save more at the pump and continue going to many places with your family.
Jeep Cherokee: Interior Space
When you choose the Jeep Cherokee, you expect to have the interior space needed to ride in comfort and take the equipment you need for adventures along with you. The 2021 Jeep Cherokee is delivering on this.
The Jeep Cherokee offers front passengers 39.4 inches of headroom and 41.1 inches of legroom. Rear passengers get 38.5 inches of headroom and 40.3 inches of legroom. Overall, the Jeep Cherokee has 128 cubic feet of passenger volume.
When it comes to cargo space, you have plenty of that as well. You get 25.8 cubic feet of cargo space with all seating upright and can expand to a maximum 54.7 cubic feet when the 2nd-row seating is folded.