Low on Miles But Hitting Fuel Economy Target - 2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited Long-Term Road Test

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edited May 2015 in Jeep
imageLow on Miles But Hitting Fuel Economy Target - 2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited Long-Term Road Test

We added 1,054 miles to our 2014 Jeep Cherokee this April, which was enough to push it past 15,000 total miles.

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  • opfreakopfreak Member Posts: 106
    just dont front offset crash it.
  • legacygtlegacygt Member Posts: 599
    Nice that the Cherokee hits it's mpg numbers. It lags most of its competitors but they tend to miss their EPA mpg numbers by quite a bit more.
    The low number of miles accumulated probably speaks to the nature of the Cherokee. In order to preserve some Jeep capability, the car is much less useful on a daily basis than the competition. I like the Cherokee a lot but you don't have to poke around the car for very long to see that it is a less practical vehicle than the CR-V, CX-5, Forester, etc. The car is selling great. It proves there's something to be said to sticking to a brand's identity and not developing a car for the average buyer. Still, Edmunds editors are probably looking at the cargo or passenger room and passing on the Cherokee for situation where they would gladly have driven a CR-V.
  • priusdriver101priusdriver101 Member Posts: 17
    That is unacceptably low for a small SUV. I will pass on the Cherokee and get a 2016 RAV4 Hybrid.
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