Jeep Cherokee: What it Means to be Trail Rated®

Proven on the most demanding of trails high in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk bears the Trail Rated® badge to signify its toughness and abilities to handle just about anything Mother Nature can throw at it.

The Trail Rated® Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk was made for the Southwest

The wild, rocky environment, the steep grades coming in and out of the mountains, the sudden changes in weather and road conditions. The Arizona landscape can be harsh, but it can also be a lot of fun for those whose vehicles are properly equipped to handle it. Enter the Trail Rated® Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk.

The Trail Rated® badge—earned, not given.

Every Trail Rated® Jeep brand SUV and truck has been deemed worthy of the prestigious Trail Rated® badge by passing a series of rigorous off-road tests in the unforgiving conditions of the Rubicon Trail in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California. Across these 22 miles of rock and water, the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is put to the test in five categories:

  • Ground Clearance: ensuring that you have plenty of space beneath your vehicle to clear logs, rocks, and other objects that might damage the underside of the vehicle
  • Articulation, referring to the stability of your Jeep Cherokee when one or more vehicles are off the ground
  • Maneuverability to turn sharply and confidently on the trail
  • Water Fording, to keep your electrical connections and openings sealed to keep water out
  • Traction, for safety and confidence on gravel, snow, or any road surfaces that are less than entirely stable
 

Take a test drive in Show Low a see what the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk can do

As they say, the proof is in the pudding. Schedule a test drive at Arizona Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram online or just come on in to our dealership in Show Low to get behind the wheel of the new Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk and experience what it means to be Trail Rated®.

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