2014 Jeep Cherokee Latitude 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 9A)
Purchased a 2014 Latitude V6 with the 8.4A screen, added the Nav upgrade and the 9 speaker/sub/amp option.
Also splurged for the V6.
This was purchased for my teenage daughter, so when shopping for a small/mid SUV, coolness was definitely at the top of the list.
This was the only SUV that she liked and we looked at the Escape, CRV, Rogue, Rav4, CX-5.
In her eyes, none of them matched the design or styling that appealed to my teenager.
I was a little disappointed that the only way to get a rearview camera, garage door buttons and a n auto-dimming rearview mirror was to upgrade to a $2000 package.
I remember when these were standard features on a mid-level trim vehicle.
Comfort - even with the manual seat
Power - V6 definitely worth the price
Ample small storage - Dash, glove box, center console, under front passenger seat
Accessories - Since it's a new Jeep, not many accessories are yet available, but since it's a Jeep, I'm certain, many, many will become available.
I really like the interior design and color selections, very easy to navigate controls on the touch screen.
Nav works great and the sound system for a factory upgrade meets the needs.
Having the nine speakers makes a speaker upgrade real easy since all the wiring is already in place.
Give buyers the option to purchase camera and other comfort features without having to purchase a bunch of other features they don't want or need.
All in all a very solid vehicle
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