This Jeep Cherokee Gets Mucked Up
Every woman has her limit. Not being romantic enough? Expect an ice-cold shoulder. Mother Nature is no different. In the following video, she gets fed up with a Jeep Cherokee’s disrespectful off-road antics and decides to eat part of it.
Ouch. If you’re a fan (or an owner) of the new Jeep Cherokee, you might want to sit down before you read the rest of this post. Cars.com bought a 2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited to review and let’s just say that things didn’t go well.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is the Texas Auto Writers Association’s 2015 Performance Utility of Texas
Sunday evening, my colleagues in the Texas Auto Writers Association and I headquartered near the Texas Motor Speedway for our annual Texas Auto Roundup. The next day, we hit the local roads and highway in more than 50 vehicles to determine the winners of a variety of categories, including the Performance Utility of Texas.
One of our writers spent a week trying to tame the 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT aka “King Kong in a Box.”
If you’re stuck in an office right now and envious of those who aren’t, I’m sorry. No matter where you are, I have some great news for you: The next Wrangler, set to appear in 2017, will stay with solid axles.