Used Jeep Cherokee Buying Guide

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Which Used Cherokee Is Right for Me?

The first modern-day Jeep Cherokees were introduced in 1998 to replace the then popular Cherokee Country model. They are among the best-known names on the road, and they’re among the best-selling too.

Jeep sold 793,269 vehicles in 2015 and looks to expand those numbers in the coming years with a redesigned Wrangler and a new compact SUV to replace the Compass and Patriot. Not surprisingly, Jeep was Chrysler’s best-selling brand.

Suffice to say, the sales reflect Jeep’s popularity and that isn’t expected to end anytime soon. The abundance of fan forums for Jeep Cherokees and other Jeep models proves that.

New 2017 Jeep Cherokee models are rolling into showrooms in the next few months. The analysis of the reviews for those models is coming soon.

For now, there are plenty of used Jeep Cherokees that may be right for you. Here’s what you need to know: