If you’ve been in the market for a new SUV for a while, but haven’t checked out the 2017 Jeep Cherokee Latitude, you’re missing out!
The Jeep Grand Cherokee’s little brother, the Jeep Cherokee Latitude, is the perfect amount of spacious. With seating for up to 5 people, and plenty of cargo space, the 2017 Jeep Cherokee Latitude has plenty of space for your family, or for carting around equipment!
The engine is a 3.2L V6 24V VVT w/ESS, as well as 4-wheel drive, driving in this SUV will be a dream.
Convenience features include an 8.4” touchscreen display, Integrated Voice Command with Bluetooth, a remote USB port, and one year of Sirius XM Satellite Radio, perfect for those on-the-go.
Comfort will never be an issue with the 2017 Jeep Cherokee Latitude; with available features like exterior heated mirrors, heated front seats, and a heated steering wheel, you’ll never have to worry about being cold in the winter months, and, a remote start system will save you the trouble of walking outside to start your car on cold winter mornings!
Visit our wide-selection of 2017 Jeep Cherokee Latitude models, and contact us when you’re ready to set up your test-drive!
It’s January, which means snow, sleet, and ice in our area, are pretty much a given. We thought it might be useful to share some tips for driving in winter weather!
- Accelerate and decelerate slowly. Be sure that you gradually ease into the gas or break when the roads are slick, to avoid spin-outs.
- Drive slowly. Even if the roads aren’t terrible, black ice paired with speed can be a recipe for disaster. Be sure to slow down and take your time when the temperature is below freezing.
- Increase your spacing between yourself and the vehicle in front of you. Allow for plenty of stopping room, in the event that your car begins to slide.
- Test your brakes before you get out on the roadway. Come to a few harsh stops in your driveway, before you venture out, to test the road conditions and your brakes with the slippery roads.
- If you can avoid it, don’t come to a complete stop. If you can safely coast through an intersection without having to come to a stop, or to make a turn, you’re likely to keep traction longer than if you stop completely.
- Slow and steady wins the race. When faced with a hill, don’t hit the gas too fast and try to gain too much speed. Take your time, drive slowly and steadily until you reach the top of the hill.
- If you can avoid it, stay inside. Allow road crews to treat the roadways before you get behind the wheel.
Driving in winter weather can be frightening, especially if you don’t do it very often. Take these tips along for the ride, and stay safe, if you can’t stay off the roads.
Contact us today to set up an appointment with our Service Department, to ensure your car is ready for the quickly approaching winter weather!