Advice on Using the 9-Speed Auto in the Jeep Cherokee and Renegade
Judging by Jeep’s recent sales numbers and its production expansion into India, the brand is red hot right now. However, the ZF nine-speed automatic it uses in its Cherokee and Renegade models has been known to flare up as a problem.
The reborn Jeep Cherokee’s slit-like headlights and swept-back seven-slot grille made it look radically different from all Jeeps before it.
When we reviewed the 2014 Cherokee Latitude last year, it was clear you all weren’t the biggest fans of the new visual direction Jeep took with the Cherokee.
Last week, I joined more than 100 other auto journalists from around the world at the annual Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) What’s New program, an event showcasing all of the company’s brands, including Jeep.
It’s one of those random questions that every Jeep owner has pondered at least once: What’s the difference between monotube and twin-tube shocks?
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is planning to establish a Jeep production line in India with a $280 million investment on a joint project with Tata Motors Limited.