2014 Jeep Cherokee Sport 2.5L from North America
Looks good, but that's about it
The 9 speed automatic transmission was a disaster for the first 3500 km. For a while, I thought it would fail in the street because it would knock so hard when shifting.
Then or should I say "And at the same time" the phone linked to the computer went out of whack, not just once but a few times, and I had to leave it at the dealership every time and pick it up at the end of the day (no loaner).
Then the computer went, taking with it the 5 inch screen, so I couldn't see with the camera anymore while backing up (this was a option that I paid for). Again the phone link went... When they changed the computer, the screen did not show 5 inches anymore but 4. Chrysler/Jeep customer service said that that was normal. But I said that I paid for a 5 inch screen and not a 4 inch. The service department at Chrysler Canada didn't seem to care about that...
All in all, I lost my Cherokee at least 8 times to the dealership for the whole day so they could try and fix what had to be fixed.
And after less that 14 months, I got rid of it and I'm happy I did even, though I lost a lot.
Don't get a 4 cylinder; it's very noisy and isn't good on miles/gallon (l/100km).
If you decide to buy one, be sure to get an extended warranty because of the automatic transmission.
If you buy one in Canada, be sure your dealer is going to back you if and when you need to deal with Chrysler/Jeep Canada, because they have prepared arguments and the customer is almost never right.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 24th November, 2015