2016 Jeep Cherokee Values
Select a 2016 Jeep Cherokee trim level
2016 model year changes
The Jeep Cherokee remains mostly unchanged for 2016. The 8.4-inch touchscreen has now been enhanced with a friendlier, easier to use Uconnect operating system, while a couple of new exterior paint colors are also brand new for 2016.
Good ground clearance; available all-wheel-drive; roomy interior; well equipped; bold styling; excellent value
Special features for 2016
The Cherokee is a compact SUV competing with vehicles such as the Toyota RAV4 and the Honda CR-V. Like the Cherokees that came before, the 2016 model maintains the tradition of competitive pricing and strong off-road capability starting at just under $24,000. While the Cherokee and its competitors are often offered with all-wheel-drive, the Cherokee offers more aggressive off-roading equipment, such as a locking rear differential.
The Jeep Cherokee offers roomy seating for five with plenty of trims and addable options. Standard features include: 17” steel wheels, all-powered accessories, remote entry, 60/40-split rear seat bench, tilt and telescope steering wheel, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 5” touchscreen with HD radio and a six-speaker sound system. Add-ons can get you things like powered and heated side mirrors, heated steering wheel, parking camera, fog lamps, automated headlamps, roof rails, rear privacy glass, ambient LED interior lighting, 115-volt power outlet, leather upholstery, duel sunroof options, two-zone climate control, powered rear liftgate, powered front seating, premium sound system, GPS, 8.4” touchscreen, towing package, collision mitigation system and more. Driving the Cherokee is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 184 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque.