2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk Named "Four Wheeler of the Year"
This outstanding mid-size SUV has been honored by Four Wheeler magazine for its off-road versatility.
By: Bosak Motor
Able to get an EPA-estimated 31 miles per gallon, boasting a best-in-class towing capability of 2000 pounds, and offering a massive amount of safety features, Four Wheeler magazine responded to Jeep's investment. The Trailhawk underwent a series of tests on almost every possible terrain at various elevations. After such grueling tests, Four Wheeler decided the Trailhawk was worthy of their top award.
Starting at MSRP $30,295, the Trailhawk offers a number of features that contribute to its high level of acclaim including red tow hooks, 17-inch x 7.5-inch aluminum wheels, a mighty 9-speed transmission with Jeep Active Drive II. Added to these features are front and rear fascias on the outside, the Jeep Active Drive Lock 4x4 system with locking rear axle, skid plates, and much more. These combine to make the Trailhawk a rich, multifacteted driving experience, with as many safety features as it has drivetrain perks. Its 2.4L I4 MultiAir engine gives drivers a great deal of control over the ride, and the Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen keeps the vehicle modern.
Those interested in experiencing the Trailhawk for themselves should know the 2015 Cherokee uses a 3.2L Pentastar V6 engine that comes with Engine Stop-Start (ESS) technology. This technology helps drivers reduce emissions and save fuel by turning off the engine whenever the vehicle comes to a stop, re-igniting the engine when the driver lets off the brake. Saving fuel and furnishing a smooth drive, ESS is both environmentally friendly and technologically responsible.
Considering all of these factors and more, Four Wheeler awarded the Trailhawk one of its highest honors. Those interested in trying the Trailhawk for themselves are encouraged to contact Bosak Motors in Merrillville to set up a test drive.