Jeep Brings Cherokee Trail Carver to SEMA

2014 Jeep Cherokee LimitedThe all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee is the most modern and freshest vehicle to come from the Chrysler Group since the Dodge Dart. The new design has been described as bold, polarizing, modern, and much more but there is one thing everyone can agree with… It’s a brand new direction for Jeep! After just being released recently, the Cherokee Trail Carver was featured at SEMA last week to show off the sort of customization that can be done by the good folks over at Mopar. The Jeep Cherokee Trail Hawk 4×4 that served as a base for this custom ride started with a 3.2-Liter V6 and got modified in a number of ways.

The first modifications to were a Mopar cold-air intake and a new exhaust system that is freer flowing and offers more volume. While the power improvements weren’t specified, we imagine it has made the V6 a bit more responsive. Also unique to the Jeep Cherokee Trail Carver SEMA concept is a new paint scheme. The Auburn Peal paint is set off with a flat-black “topographical-map” and Crush Orange graphics package. Protecting this unique paint job are a set of rock rails that will probably necessary when testing out the after-market, knobby, off-road tires that have been included. Inside, this concept is targeted for comfort rather than ruggedness. The interior features, Katzkin Amaretto leather seating upholstery and a number of tech features such as wireless internet and a wireless charging pad for electronics.

To test drive the all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee for yourself or just to get an in-person look at this awesome off-roader, give us a visit at Cumberland Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram in Cookeville, TN.

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