The 2025 Jeep Cherokee is a significant upgrade from the current model. Jim Morrison, head of Jeep Brand North America, said the sixth-generation model will be “bigger and better than ever.” It is expected to be underpinned by the STLA Large architecture, which is currently found in the Alfa Romeo Giulia, Stelvio, and the Jeep WL Grand Cherokee. This platform offers support for rear- or all-wheel-drive applications.
The 2025 Jeep Cherokee is also expected to feature electrification and a plush Wagoneer variant with a larger body. Christian Meunier, marque’s global president, said it would “have a lot of electrification,” likely referring to a plug-in hybrid or all-electric powertrain.
The current fifth generation (2014-2020) of the Jeep Cherokee is known for its transmission problems, with the 2014 and 2015 models being the most problematic. These models suffer from stuck gears, poor throttle response, and rough coasting.
The 2022 Jeep Cherokee has a starting price of $27,995 for the Altitude trim. The X model starts at $32,635, and Latitude Lux begins at $33,195. The rugged Trailhawk model starts at $36,795, and the luxurious Limited trim starts at $37,945. It has a maximum towing capacity of up to 4,500 pounds when equipped with the 3.2L Pentastar V6 engine and the available Trailer Tow Group. It also features premium LED exterior lighting, helping you see more of the road or the trail ahead.
The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee is ready for tomorrow’s next great adventure. It has a third-row Grand Cherokee L, plus Grand Cherokee 4xe has a plug-in hybrid electric powertrain offering efficiency and incredible performance both on and off-road.
Overall, the 2025 Jeep Cherokee looks to be an exciting upgrade from the current model. With its larger size, electrification, and luxurious Wagoneer variant, it will surely be a hit with Jeep fans.