2017 Jeep Cherokee Sport vs 2017 Jeep Cherokee Limited
Choosing your perfect crossover SUV is tough enough, but how do you choose the trim level that best fits your preferences and lifestyle? In this comparison, we're taking a close look at the differences between the 2017 Jeep Cherokee Sport and 2017 Jeep Cherokee Limited trims to help you choose your ideal fit. Keep reading for engine specs and interior features included with each trim.
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When it comes to engine power, both the 2017 Cherokee Sport and Limited with front-wheel drive have the same 2.4-liter I-4 engine that produces up to 184 horsepower. The little, but confident engine also achieves up to 30 miles per gallon on the highway, and can tow up to 2,000 lbs.
When it comes to the more luxury features, the 2017 Jeep Cherokee Limited comes out ahead. Larger wheels and more detailing on the exterior gives the outside of the Limited trim a bit more eye-catching potential. The Limited trim comes with Lane Keep Assist and ParkSense with a standard voice-activated navigation system and leather seating trim. The driver and front passenger seats are both heated and cooled, and steering wheel mounted audio controls make it easier than ever to listen to your favorite tunes while your smartphone device is connected to the vehicle through the standard Bluetooth.