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You can find 41 different trims for the Jeep Cherokee and their corresponding recommended oil type.
The years available stretch from 1995 through to 2020 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.
Way back in the mid-1970’s when the Jeep Cherokee was first introduced buyers found a new sporty full-size SUV with 2 doors.
Over the years the car has morphed into a compact SUV and then to a compact crossover SUV classification in recent years.
It was brought in to serve the sort of customer that found the other SUV’s in Jeeps lineup too big and heavy for their needs.
With improvements in materials and technology the Cherokee has shrank in size and weight while increasing fuel efficiency to help it compete in the auto market.
As you may already know the Cherokee was named after a tribe of North American Indians with the larger version of this model sporting the “Grand Cherokee” title.
The latest rendition of the car has seen sales explode as the market crave crossover SUV’s more and more.
Another boon to sales is the increased demand from new markets such as China who now have the money to import Western brands.
Safety ratings for the new Jeep Cherokee are also fantastic with 5 out of 5 stars scored with Euro NCAP.