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The 2021 Jeep Cherokee is unlike any other crossover. The midsize crossover has off-road and towing capabilities; it also encompasses high-end technology and a plethora of powertrains. As a result, the Jeep Cherokee is the perfect SUV for power, execution, and style. It doesn’t matter if enthusiasts seek adventures or a local commute. The Cherokee holds class-leading specs to keep the Jeep SUV standing tall above the rest.
The Jeep Cherokee carries nine available trims plus a handful of nifty features and accessories. Selecting the Cherokee over its competitors is a no-brainer, especially with the zestful V6 engine and all-wheel drive. Yet, however powerful the off-road SUV may be, the genuine difficulties lie in finding the right accessories. Thank goodness we are here to help, spend some quality time with the Jeep Cherokee’s interior and exterior accessories.
The Cherokee’s exterior looks the same across every trim. However, aside from the distinctive headlights and firm profile, these additions are sure to separate every fan’s Cherokee trim from the mundane. So again, there are a handful of options for exterior accessories, but these are accessories Cherokee enthusiasts should acquire sooner than later.
First, there’s the hands-free power liftgate. The power liftgate provides access to the cargo without the use of hands. Next up, the windshield wiper de-icer is super convenient for inclement weather. Lastly, a tire fill alert notifies drivers when the tire pressure is abnormal.
Some of the best attributes of the Jeep Cherokee are found nestled away in the SUV’s tech options. First, there’s the UConnect 4C NAV inside the 8.4-inch touchscreen with Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, Navigation, and drag-and-drop functionality. The Uconnect accessory assures that the driver is constantly connected with easy navigation through other features.
There’s also the unforgettable Alexa compatibility. The Jeep SUV connects via Amazon Alexa and from there, Cherokee enthusiasts can start the car, check the fuel, and upgrade locations in the Navigation system all from the comfort of their home.
Safety and Security Accessories
No accessory list would come to completion without safety and security features. Although every premium option isn’t available for every trim, some standard features go above and beyond their call of duty.
One of the best features the Cherokee has to offer is the full-speed forward collision warning with active braking. The full-speed forward collision feature allows the driver to react to any immediate hazard. There’s also LaneSense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist to guide the driver on a steady course.
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Audiophiles are obsessed with McIntosh audio systems, and it’s easy to understand why. But, unfortunately, the McIntosh name isn’t a household name. But first, understand that McIntosh keeps the home audio segment on lock. The New York-based company set out its journey to quality audio in 1949. Then, in the mid-’90s, McIntosh waltzed into the car audio arena, but unfortunately, it took two to tango.
Initially, McIntosh introduced the MX406 Audio Center Control. The Audio Control Center included AM/FM Tuner and a CD Player. In addition, the single-DIN unit incorporated speakers with the trademark McIntosh blue meters.
The millennium strikes and McIntosh premiered the 200-watt McIntosh Audiophile Sound System for the third-generation Subaru Legacy and a Harley Davidson motorcycles system. By 2005-2006 the Ford GT received a customized audio system from McIntosh, but the relationship wasn’t lasting, and McIntosh retreated from the automotive audio industry.
The Lessons of ‘Failure’
McIntosh set out a goal, arousing interest in the home audio arena. So they bought a Jeep Grand Cherokee and installed a reference audio system. Next, McIntosh took the Jeep to Detroit and demonstrated the home system to the Stellantis dream team: Executive automobile designer Ralph Gilles and Former CEO of Fiat Sergio Marchionne were captivated by the audio system. Both knew the McIntosh to be the perfect fit for the new Grand Cherokee L and the re-energized Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer.
Available solely on the Jeep Grand Wagoneer, the entertainment system appears standard on the Obsidian and Series III models and optional on the Series II models. With 1,375 watts over 24 channels to 23 speakers stationary to 16 locations in the cabin. There are also 6×9-inch woofers in each door, four 2-inch ceiling mount speakers, and a 12-inch dual-coil subwoofer in the cargo.
The audio system comes standard in the Grand Wagoneer, premium trims of the Grand Cherokee L, and optional in the Wagoneer Series III. The entertainment system consists of 950 watts over 17 channels through 19 speakers in 12 different locations throughout the vehicle. The speakers in both setups illuminate with the McIntosh logo, the volume and tuning knobs with ribbed edging similar to the home systems.
The Sound of Music
Attention to detail was the mantra. Jeep and McIntosh enriched the vehicles with quality sound and a vigorous bass in every trim level, starting with the trim fasteners and isolators on the interior panels. Jeep engineers also created a “low noise floor,” acoustically laminated glass, active noise cancellation, with sound restraining pads enclosed in the doors. The low noise floor stipulates a vehicle that sounds consistently impeccable, whether 80 mph or at a complete standstill.
Off-Road with the Best
For over 30 years, Miami Lakes Automall has served South Florida with all buying, trading, and leasing desires. Just take a look at our new vehicle inventory or our quality pre-owned vehicles. If you already have a beautiful baby in need of some fine-tuning, you’ve come to the right place. Our service experts have you covered. Don’t hesitate to chat with our friendly service members available to you whenever you need them. We’re here to assist you and provide answers to all your burning questions, especially those financial dilemmas. We’ve been here since 1982. Trust us; We’ve seen them all. So please stop by today. Your dream car is tired of driving around on your pillow.
Jeep enthusiasts can rejoice since getting their hands on official Jeep gear just became much easier thanks to the brand’s latest business venture. Jeepers can officially shop the brand’s one-and-only “go anywhere, do anything” style on its official Jeep Store by Amazon. Authentic licensed gear, Jeep brand merchandise, accessories, and many other specifically-designed trinkets await Jeepers at the only official Jeep store on Amazon. (more…)
Jeep announced its Cherokee lineup is getting one more trim, this time with the introduction of its 2021 Jeep Cherokee Latitude LUX. The automaker has been taking incremental steps over the past few model years to incorporate luxurious accents and features throughout its lineup, hence this latest SUV with the LUXury appeal right in its name. Other Cherokee trims in the past have received high marks from respected consumer-oriented analysts such as J.D. Power, as the organization listed the Cherokee as the third most popular vehicle in its 2018 list of 10 Most Popular Midsize SUVs and Crossovers. In adition, J.D. Power also rated the Cherokee a 5 out of 5 in its 2019 list of Highest Quality Family SUVs. High-priced luxury brands may not fare well during the economic uncertainty throughout this pandemic, but the Jeep Cherokee Latitude LUX has a starting MSRP in the low $30,000 range. (more…)
Jeep is launching something new — its first #JeepTopCanine competition this summer (2020), in the lead up to National Dog Day on August 26. Plenty of enthisiasts are known for taking their dogs on the road with them as they seek out adventure. This is yet another opportunity for the brand to harness even more good faith with its enthusiasts. Jeepers have been posting photos of their canine buddies next to their Jeep vehicles on social media over the years, and now Jeep is intending to capitalize on the trend. The #JeepTopCanine contest asks that Jeep owners, fans, and followers post the best photo of their four-legged companion with any Jeep brand vehicle on social media while using the hashtag. Additionally, those looking to participate can also upload their photo to www.JeepTopCanine.com. (more…)
The Jeep Wave commonly refers to a greeting between passing drivers of Jeep Wranglers, but Jeep actually offers a Jeep Wave Program as a way to foster owner kinship. The Jeep Wave Program is exclusively available to Jeep owners looking to get the best care for their vehicles. New Jeep owners luckily enjoy the service for free, while owners of 2016 models or older can opt to purchase the service for $150 per year. The Jeep Wave Program offers perks such as: 24/7 support, VIP treatment, no-charge same-day rental in case of emergency, and many more. (more…)
Jeep recently announced it’s expanding the Jeep Cherokee lineup by adding one more trim — the Latitude Lux trim. The Cherokee’s top-tier trim, the Trailhawk trim, is the crown jewel of the lineup, but it rarely if ever makes the cut as the most popular one. That honor is reserved for the mid-tier Latitude trim, of which three different variations now exist: the Latitude, Latitude Plus, and now the Latitude Lux. Buyers looking for a mid-tier Jeep Cherokee with a dash of luxury can count on the new Cherokee Latitude Lux with its leather seats and other upscale standard features starting at a reasonable $31,395 (including the destination fee). (more…)
Every manufacturer offers a midsize SUV nowadays, but few have strong off-road chops. That’s where the Jeep Cherokee steps into the light. As one of the six utility vehicles offered by the brand, the Cherokee offers robust features and plenty of capability. A distinct model that revolutionized the industry in 1984, the Jeep Cherokee remains one of the most impressive and capable models in its segment. Besides its versatility and capability, here are a few other reasons to love the 2019 Jeep Cherokee. (more…)
Experts may argue that it was simply demand that made the Jeep brand a success. Sure, plenty of drivers did make the switch to larger SUVs, but the brand’s ability to make fuel efficient and equally capable vehicles has plenty more to offer than meets the eye. The current media darling is the all-new 2020 Gladiator, but the Wrangler, Cherokee and Grand Cherokee are not to be outdone. Here’s everything Jeep is offering for the 2020 model year. (more…)
According to the latest report from Cars.com, the Jeep Cherokee remains the most American-made vehicle on the market for the second year in a row. The annual study takes into account where the vehicle parts are sourced, where the vehicle is assembled, and how many jobs it creates. The economic impact of the production of the vehicle remains the most important factor in determining a winner. (more…)