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Jeep cuts Cherokee prices

12 December 2005

Jeep has cut Cherokee off-roader prices by up to £1030 but is fitting more equipment to every model in the 4x4 range.

Prices now start at under £20,000, the £19,890 2.8-litre diesel Sport costing £355 less than before. A £1030 reduction across the rest of the range means a diesel-powered Limited now costs from £22,490, while the 3.7-litre petrol starts at £22,490.

Every mode is now fitted with electronic stability control and a tyre pressure monitoring system as standard. As well as preventing skids, the ESP system also works to prevent the Cherokee from rolling.

Sport models now boast alloy wheels, while Limited specification is given satellite navigation, part-leather upholstery, heated front seats and an electrically-operated sunroof.






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