The latest Jeep Cherokee cars in stock
Redesigned in 2008, the used Jeep Cherokee has gone back to its roots, with the rugged squareness that was its hallmark. If the previous incarnation could be said to be a little low-rent inside, then this is Millionaires' Row, with heated leather seats as standard. Off-road, it's a fantastic performer, with sophisticated four-wheel drive. Ditherers will love buying a used Jeep Cherokee: there's just one trim level and one engine, a 2.8 CRD diesel developing 178bhp and delivering a 0-60 time of 11.1 (manual) or 12.2 (automatic). This is a great engine that outpulls the Land Rover Freelander and Nissan X-Trail. Kit is generous on the used Jeep Cherokee, with standard goodies including stability control, ABS, roof rails, rear parking sensors, remote central locking, hill-start control, 19-inch alloys, front fogs, heated leather seats and rain-sensitive wipers. Shop around and you might find the version with the electrically retractable canvas roof; others come with Bluetooth and a fine sat-nav system.