Although the standard version didn’t hit the dealerships yet due to quaity checks, Jeep is already planning a SRT version of the 2014 Cherokee. According to Allpar, Chrysler plans to release a 2014 Cherokee SRT in the near future, which means that the small SUV will get an improved version of the Pentastar V6 engine.
Using a single turbo, the Pentastar V6 is expected to develop around 375 hp, while with twin-turbos the maximum output will be around 410 hp.
The standard version will be offered with a 2.4-liter Tigershark MultiAir2 engine with 184 hp but also with a 3.2-liter Pentastar V6 capable to offer 271 hp.
If you want one, you’d better know that Jeep wants $22,995 (plus $995 destination) for the entry-level version of the Cherokee and $29,995 (plus $995 destination) for the top-of-the-line version. The 2014 Cherokee Trailhawk costs $29,495 plus $995, of course.