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    Trailhawks. Why are people selling?

    Hi everyone.
    First post here.
    I have the ability to blast this forum with many questions, and even a little advice, but let me please start with this:

    I never even knew this model existed until I saw one today.

    It was at a Honda dealer, used sitting in the lot.
    2016, 34,500 miles, $25K.

    It was as clean as brand new.
    I liked it a lot.
    Although smaller than my 2000 grand cherokee, I felt it could still do what I needed as far as an all purpose car, and dirt road gobbler.
    I'm not a rock climber, but do encounter lots of washboarded dirt roads.

    Lots of bells, whistles, heated this and that, comfortable, V6, it seemed and drove like a dream.

    When I got home I searched around for more of them.
    There seems to be quite a few for sale, most seem to be around the same price, with similar low miles.

    Seeing these with such low miles makes me wonder if folks are selling these off for some particular reason.


    Are there issues with this car?
    Would this be a major mistake to marry for the next 6 or 7 years?

    Thank you for your thoughts and opinions.

    Joe
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    Re: Trailhawks. Why are people selling?

    That's a nice looking Jeep Cherokee. I don't know of any problems with them (I don't know too much about the new Cherokees to be honest). I do know that the Trailhawk is an option package for the Cherokee. Here's an overview of the packages:


    2019 Jeep Cherokee Trim Starting MSRP Features
    Cherokee Latitude $24,690
    • 2.4L I4 Multi-Air® engine standard; 3.2L V6 engine optional
    • 9-speed automatic transmission
    • Jeep Active Drive I (4x4)
    • 17-in. painted aluminum wheels
    • 6-way manual driver's seat
    • Uconnect® 4 with 7-in. display
    Cherokee Latitude Plus $26,495
    • 2.4L Multi-Air® engine standard; 2.0L I4 engine optional; 3.2L V6 engine optional
    • 9-speed automatic transmission
    • Jeep Active Drive I (4x4)
    • 17-in. satin carbon aluminum wheels
    • CommandView® dual-pane panoramic sunroof
    • Power 8-way driver's seat
    • Uconnect® 4 with 7-in. display
    Cherokee Limited $30,375
    • 2.4L Multi-Air® engine standard; 2.0L I4 engine optional; 3.2L V6 engine optional
    • 9-speed automatic transmission
    • Jeep Active Drive I (4x4)
    • 18-in. polished/painted aluminum wheels
    • CommandView® dual-pane panoramic sunroof
    • Exterior mirrors with memory and turn signals
    • Heated front seats
    • Power front seats
    • Uconnect® 4 with 8.4-in. display
    Cherokee Trailhawk $33,320
    • 3.2L V6 engine standard; 2.0L I4 engine optional
    • Jeep Active Drive II
    • Rock Rails optional
    • Selec-Speed™ Crawl Control
    • 9-speed automatic transmission
    • Off-road suspension
    • 17-in. painted/polished aluminum wheels
    • Accent color roof rails
    • All-weather floor mats
    • 7.0-in configurable TFT color display
    Cherokee Overland $36,275
    • 3.2L V6 engine standard; 2.0L I4 engine optional
    • 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrains available
    • 9-speed automatic transmission
    • 19-in. polished aluminum wheels
    • Normal duty suspension
    • Heated front and second-row seats
    • Nine-speaker sound system
    • Ambient LED interior lighting
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    Re: Trailhawks. Why are people selling?

    The '16 Cherokee TH has unique styling and looks ready to tackle some off-road terrain. Coworker had one for 3 years and traded it in with similar mileage. Electrical and intermittent trans problems were never fully resolved and the local dealership added to the misery with repair work scheduled months in advance. IMO there was too much FCA infused in this otherwise nicely styled Cherokee with no remote connection with the original XJ.
    Last edited by aggreX; 10-08-2019 at 08:34 PM.

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    Re: Trailhawks. Why are people selling?

    Thank you for the replies.

    Joe

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