Jeep Cherokee: manuals and technical data

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Jeep Cherokee: manuals and technical data

When the original Jeep Cherokee debuted back in 1984, its compact dimensions, unibody (as opposed to truck-based body-on-frame) architecture and go-anywhere capability made it an immediate success. But the SUV scene changed dramatically over the course of its nearly 20-year production run. By the early 2000s, car-based crossovers like the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 had usurped the antiquated Cherokee's throne. With the arrival of the modernized Jeep Liberty for the 2002 model year, the Cherokee was put out to pasture, its time seemingly come and gone.

Aiming to be more than another run-of-the-mill crossover, the Cherokee brings a measure of ruggedness to the party in the way only a Jeep can. A standard 184-hp 2.4-liter four or optional 271-hp 3.2-liter V-6 each team with a nine-speed automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard; four-wheel drive is optional. Cargo capacity is simply average, but the interior is comfortable and well appointed. A more capable Trailhawk model should appeal to outdoorsy types and can tackle more serious terrain.

Jeep Cherokee Owners Manual

Jeep Cherokee Service Manual


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