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The 2014 Jeep Cherokee comes in four different trims with two available engines. Though available in front-wheel-drive, 4-wheel-drive is also available across all trim levels, some trims even including it as standard equipment. The basic engine in the Cherokee is a 2.4L 4-cylinder unit that produces 184 horsepower. When mated to the standard 9-speed automatic and front-wheel-drive, the 2014 Cherokee is capable of up to 31 mpg on the highway. The more powerful optional engine is a 3.2L V6, which produces 271 horsepower and gives the Cherokee quite good acceleration for its class. This engine is also mated to the same 9-speed transmission used in the 4-cylinder version. The base Cherokee is nicely equipped with standard items such as 17-inch wheels, keyless entry, automatic windows and door locks, Bluetooth connectivity, USB and auxiliary inputs for the stereo, steering wheel mounted cruise and audio controls and a 5-inch touchscreen. The next level up is the Latitude trim. It includes everything in the base model along with aluminum wheels, body-colored exterior mirrors and door handles, roof rails, projector beam foglamps, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and tinted privacy glass Step up to the Limited trim and things begin to get quite luxurious. Limited Cherokees get leather seats, 18-inch polished aluminum wheels, heated front seats, heated exterior mirrors and a heated steering wheel, a nicer instrument cluster, an 8.4-inch color touchscreen display, an 8-way power adjustable driver's seat, a backup camera, satellite radio connectivity, automatic headlights, dual-zone climate control and automatic headlights among other things. The Trailhawk edition steps away from luxury and instead concentrates on off-road capabilities. The Trailhawk Cherokee includes a much nicer 4-wheel-drive system with a locking differential for ultimate grip in low traction environments. It also has more undercar protection and a one-inch lift in the suspension. Interior amenities echo what's included in the Latitude trim; however the Trailhawk does come standard with the bigger 8.4-inch touchscreen from the Limited. Safety features on the Cherokee include anti-lock brakes, traction control, stability control, hill-start control and ten airbags. Optional safety features include park assist, a forward collision warning system, a roadside assistance button and a blind spot monitoring system.