Oct 10

New Technologies in the 2015 Jeep Cherokee

New Technologies in the 2015 Jeep Cherokee set Jeep’s new vehicle as a forerunner for a durable, adaptive, and, most of all, efficient functionality both on the road and off. As a brand that has already made its mark on the world with its utility vehicles, Jeep continues the trend with the next iteration in the Cherokee line.

One of the most impressive New Technologies in the 2015 Jeep Cherokee is the ESS, or Engine-Stop-Start technology. This impressive work of engineering already made waves in other models, and now it comes to the Cherokee as a standard feature. ESS works by stopping the engine completely and cutting fuel flow whenever the vehicle stops, and then rapidly and fully starting it within 0.3 seconds. This feature may help the 2015 Jeep Cherokee become one of the most fuel-efficient and low-emissions vehicles of its type. However, Jeep never forgets its customer base; the ESS can be turned off with a simple switch, if the driver so chooses.


A nine-speed automatic transmission, the first in the world for a car of its size, is another one of the New Technologies in the 2015 Jeep Cherokee. The engine’s setup helps to improve fuel efficiency up to 30% from the previous model; already a major improvement, especially considering that the Cherokee holds a V6 engine that has been named one of Ward’s 10 Best Engines thrice over. The Jeep Cherokee isn’t pulling any punches when it comes to reducing fuel consumptions and emissions; the ESS technology on top of the optimized engine make it a superstar in the field of SUV fuel consumption reduction.

Jeep’s status as a leader in the SUV arena is only cemented by the addition of the New Technologies in the 2015 Jeep Cherokee. Reliability, as well as major innovation over the hood, have allowed Jeep to hold its place for over 70 years, and will allow it to hold that place this year, as well. Efficiency, capability, and a seamless, smooth drive are all features that customers have come to expect, and standards that Jeep and Chrysler have always met.

Contact the Larson Automotive Group to find out more about Jeep’s new Cherokee model, and find out how you can finance your own.