What used Jeep Cherokee 4x4 will I get for my budget?
Around £11,000 will get you behind the wheel of a Cherokee, this buying you a 2014 or 2015 car with an average mileage for the year and from a trader or an independent dealer. Up the money to between £12,000 and £14,000 and you’ll find good condition 2015 cars, and a few 2016 models, all satisfying the same mileage and history conditions, while £15,000 to £18,000 should net you a 2016 car.
How much does it cost to run a Jeep Cherokee 4x4?
On paper, the front-wheel drive only 2.0 diesel is the most economical at an official 53.3mpg, with corresponding CO2 emissions of 139g/km. The same version but with four-wheel drive will return a claimed 50.4mpg, with CO2 emissions of 149g/km. The 2.2 diesel, meanwhile, will give you a high of 49.6mpg (150g/km), while the 3.2 V6 averages just 29.6mpg for CO2 emissions of 236g/km.
Cherokees registered before April 2017 pay annual car tax based on CO2 emissions, while those registered after that date pay a flat rate, currently £140 a year. Beware the Cherokee that cost over £40,000 new, though, as these could attract the supplementary luxury car tax, which stands at the moment at £310 a year.
Insurance costs for the Cherokee range are moderate, ranging from group 28 up to 42 for the more luxurious versions. Servicing will be more expensive than some rivals, but there are plenty of garages that will take work on since underneath the car are proven Fiat parts.
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