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Jeep Cherokee
EXPERT RATING
7.1
/ 10
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Jeep Cherokee Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$37,950*

The Jeep Cherokee is available from $37,950 to $52,650 for the 2021 SUV across a range of models.

Jeep’s Cherokee is a mid-size SUV with massively variable levels of off-road practicality, depending on the version you spring for. If conquering mountains isn’t your thing, then the $37,950 petrol-powered front-wheel drive Cherokee Sport (4x2) will suffice, while the off-road adventurers will instead opt for the $52,650 four-wheel drive Cherokee Trailhawk (4x4). Regardless of the model, the Cherokee offers plenty of practicality perks, albeit wrapped in a polarising design that’s hated and adored in near-equal measure. The Cherokee is available with a choice of petrol engines - the tow-friendly diesel variant was discontinued - which all pair with a nine-speed automatic transmission.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $37,950 $52,650
2020 $26,700 $55,550
2019 $25,500 $46,860
2018 $22,000 $44,440
2017 $16,700 $37,290
2016 $15,400 $31,460
2015 $12,700 $28,050
2014 $11,200 $24,090
2013 $8,100 $17,820
2012 $6,700 $15,070
2011 $6,000 $13,310
2010 $5,300 $11,880
2009 $4,500 $10,670
2008 $3,900 $11,660
2007 $4,500 $10,340
2006 $3,700 $9,680
2005 $3,400 $9,130
2004 $2,400 $7,480
2003 $2,900 $6,600
2002 $2,900 $6,380
2001 $2,600 $6,380
2000 $2,600 $5,720
1999 $2,600 $5,720
1998 $2,600 $5,720
1997 $2,400 $5,720
1996 $2,400 $5,280
1995 $2,400 $5,500
1994 $2,400 $5,280
1985 $5,100 $7,920
1984 $5,100 $7,920
1983 $5,100 $7,920
1982 $5,100 $7,920
1981 $5,100 $7,920
1980 $5,100 $7,920
1979 $5,100 $7,920

Jeep Cherokee FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Jeep Cherokee here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Possibility of adding extra seats to a Cherokee?

    There are companies in America that make extra dickie seats for your Cherokee. You can find them on the net.

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  • Jeep Cherokee electrical and servicing problems

    This is a disaster, and by your description of events I think you should either get your money back or be given a replacement car. Unfortunately that isn't the way it works in Australia where owners are mostly treated with contempt. Complaining to Consumer Affairs is unlikely to result in a resolution; they seem powerless to do anything when it comes to faulty cars. If it were America I'm sure your car would be regarded as a lemon and you'd have a much better chance of getting a resolution. As much as it might seem impossible I would recommend that you continue to deal with Chrysler, best to do it with head office while keeping the dealer in the loop. Chrysler has a responsibility to fix your car and it would seem they are not doing that. Try sitting down with the people responsible and ask for a plan of action to fix your car.

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  • Cherokee in diesel or petrol?

    Based on the Chrysler claim for fuel consumption the diesel comes out in front by about $600 after taking into consideration the higher upfront cost and higher servicing costs.

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