Jeep has priced the new Jeep Cherokee in both the US and Canada. There are four front wheel drive models and five “4×4” / AWD models. The base prices in the US: Cherokee Latitude — $23,995 Latitude Plus: $26,495 Limited: $30,375 Overland: $36,275 Adding AWD costs $1,500 — except for the Trailhawk, which is only available with the top four-wheel-power system, and lists for $33,320. The question most commonly asked on the Allpar forums is how much is the new turbocharged four cylinder going to cost; we have the breakdown for you. The old 2.4 is standard on FWD and AWD alike; the 3.2 adds $1,745 to either one. Both have stop-start systems which the driver can turn off on each trip. Buyers who want the 2-liter turbo engine, which has the most overall power and widest torque band, will need to get at least the Cherokee Latitude Plus, and then pay another $2,245 for it — $500 more than for the V6. The exception is the Limited, Overland, and Trailhawk, because they come with a standard V6 — so the turbo costs another $500. There are two separate safety option groups. The first, “Safety Group,” is only available on fleet sales as a $250 Latitude option. That includes Park Sense Park Assist with Stop and a rear cargo tonneau cover. The more serious safety group, SafetyTec, is standard on Limited, Overland, and Trailhawk and a $500 option on Latitude. SafetyTec includes blind-spot and rear cross-path detection; turn signals and courtesy lamps in the outside mirrors; rear parking assistance with automatic stop; and power folding mirrors. The Technology Group is also not available on Latitudes. For $995, buyers get adaptive cruise with stop-and-go capability, advanced break assist, auto high beams, the courtesy lamps and signals in the mirrors, full-speed collision warning with braking, lane-departure warning, parking/unparking assistance, rain-sensitive wipers, and side distance warning. Canadians will find a different set of names; instead of Latitude, they start with the Sport (all the following prices are in Canadian dollars). Sport: $29,995 North: $33,495 Limited: $36,995 Overland: $43,595 Trailhawk (includes 4×4): $38,995 Powering all four wheels adds $2,500. The V6 adds $1,595 to the North, Limited, and Sport 4×4 — it’s not optional on Sport FWD, and is standard on Overland, Trailhawk, and Limited 4×4. The turbo-four adds $2,595 to the North and Limited, and $995 to the Overland, Trailhawk, and Limited 4×4. SafetyTec is $895 on North, Limited, and Trailhawk, with the same features as in the US; the Technology Group is $995 on the Limited, Overland, and Trailhawk. We’ll have a personal test drive of the Cherokee soon. That’s all, folks! Read the whole post here.