Unveiling of the new-generation 2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail will most certainly certify customer’s demands in terms of upgrades and on/off-road performance adequate enough to manoeuvre the tough trails of Moab, Utah. Like other stable mates of the Cherokee. Most of the parts come from Mopar as well as Performance Parts Catalogue which are shopping materials for regular customers. The prototype 17 inch wheels has yet made an appearance just as yet but might be moved to production soon due to the motivating feedback it has constantly been receiving. The exterior and interior have also received major boosts in terms of upgrades, keep reading below for the analysis.
2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail exterior
The 2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail got a refreshing paint scheme which is quite conspicuous on the road. A bespoke Desert Tan is what colours the exterior and it’s accented by wheels that match the Satin Black hood. A well-known trail in the Moab Desert gives the Cherokee a topographical stylish demeanour using an outline of Hell’s Revenge. As aforementioned, the 17” wheels are just a one-off prototypes just designed to weigh in on customer feedback. The gear imitating symbol is also much visible inside the Jeep while its hind panel is well wrapped in the Jeep logo.
2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail interior
The Jeep Performance Parts logo is incorporated in the seat’s headrests stitching that makes no mistake in matching the accenting colours that dawn the cabin and most noticeably on the Katzkin Black leather seats. Additionally, the exterior colour is also used on the cabin panels especially on the HAVC vents that done the dashboard. Standard features are also incorporated like an 8.4 inch infotainment system, a central TFT display, turn dial 4WD system and dual climate control system.
Greasy parts of the 2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail have not been messed up with much. The crossover remains powered by a 2.4L TigerShark MultiAir2 4 cylinder. The engine is capable of making up to 184HP and 171lb-ft of torque. The TigerShark provides enough power to the Cherokee and doesn’t disappoint on many fronts. Incorporated to the engine is a Chrysler 9 speed automatic transmission, Selec-Terrain and Jeep’s Active Drive Lock. Featuring the low range in terms of technical speaking is the Active Drive Lock which is more of an AWD system. Power is distributed where it is needed since the system is always engaged. When it comes to varying terrains, there is the Land Rover-esque electronic system incorporated by the Selec-Terrain system. The modes include Sport, Snow, Rock, Auto, Mud and Sand. In case of rough situations, the rear differential incorporates an electronic locker.
2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail price and Release Date
It is expected that the Jeep Cherokee will make a debut in spring this year soon after the Geneva Motor Show. The price has not been announced just as yet but it will be in the neighbourhood of $63,000 considering the added features that have been embraced by Jeep.