2014 Jeep Cherokee Finally Goes to Dealers
Have you been nervously waiting for the 2014 Jeep Cherokee? In spite of enormous stops the automaker is finally getting its act together and the fresh compact SUV will be available within the next 10 days.
Doing the right thing is extremely easy… or cheap, but Chrysler is taking unexpected steps to make sure the reborn Cherokee is delivered to clients without any problems. The automaker is testing each and every car to make sure it functions perfectly.
They’re setting up new software to smooth out how the motor, 9-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel-drive system work together. This detour is exceptional and has helped push this Jeep’s debut back by around two months. However, it’s probably better to correct these problems before cars end up in buyers’ driveways.
Construction of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee commenced on June 24 and to date around 23,000 units have been created. This stockpile of cars should be good for dealers, who have experienced high demand for the fresh crossover utility. Cherokees have been placed at vast lots in Northwest Ohio, near Chrysler’s Toledo factory where the model is constructed, as well as places in Southeastern Michigan.
If you’ve been faithfully waiting to park an all-new Jeep Cherokee in your garage the wait is nearly over. They will arrive at dealerships shortly.