While it's clear from the award that the Trailhawk can get the job done, Jeep has made sure it has a bark to match its bite.
The aggressive look and feel of the Cherokee Trailhawk lets other drivers know that it really isn't like any other SUV on the road. Unique front and rear fascias add to the look while practical elements like the one-inch factory lift, skid plates, and red tow hooks remind the competition that features can be both practical and visually appealing.
The standard off-road package on the Cherokee Trailhawk gives it Jeep's coveted “Trail Rated” status and badging, letting potential drivers know that it excels at maneuverability, ground clearance, traction, articulation, and water fording. Unlike competing models that may look the part, the “Trail Rated” status makes it clear that this Cherokee is just as comfortable on-road as off.
Jeep brand's President and CEO, Mike Manley, had this to say about the award: “Winning the prestigious ‘Four Wheeler of the Year’ award reinforces the fact that the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is unquestionably the most capable mid-size SUV on the planet. We are thrilled the influential editors of Four Wheeler magazine recognized [the] Cherokee.”
To learn more about the 2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk and the Four Wheeler of the Year Award, or to schedule a test drive of this remarkable new Jeep, readers have been asked to contact the sales team at Bosak Motor Sales in Merrillville. They are one of the top names in Indiana when it comes to new Jeep sales and even feature a performance division with AEV custom Jeep parts and accessories.