|Jeep Cherokee Casablanca|
|aka||Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Cherokee Sport|
|Body Style||4-Door, 5-Passenger Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV)|
|Length||167.5 Inches (4,255 mm)|
|Width||69.4 Inches (1,763 mm)|
|Height||64.0 Inches (1,626 mm)|
|Wheelbase||101.4 Inches (2,576 mm)|
|Engine||4.0L Power-Tech High-Output Inline Six-Cylinder (I6)|
|Power|| 185 hp @ 6,500 rpm|
220 lb-ft of torque @ 6,500 rpm
Use the following MODEL TEMPLATE as the foundation for Jeep Wiki's Model page:
The 1997 Jeep Cherokee Casablanca was essentially a 1997 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4WD specially-outfitted for the trail.
See Jeep Wiki's comprehensive Jeep Cherokee Casablanca Review.
A dark-colored, wide-slotted front grille, unique front lamps, head and tail lamp guards, a lift kit, uniquely-colored alloy wheels, and off-road equipment set the Jeep Cherokee Casablanca apart from the regular 1997 Jeep Cherokee.
Please make sure to keep critiques in a third-person point of view. If using criticisms from a reputable automotive source, then please make sure to cite the quote.
If the vehicle is sold in other markets worldwide, then this is the section to mention that information. Also, mention if the <MODEL> goes by another name in these other markets.
Design quirks and odditiesEdit
Body-colored alloy wheels were made available on the Jeep Cherokee starting in late 1997.
List out notable awards that the model has recieved while in production. Boldface the company or organization that gives out the award, and Italicize the name of the award.
|« previous — Jeep road vehicle timeline, 1980s–present|
|CJ-7||Wrangler YJ||Wrangler TJ||Wrangler JK|
|Compact SUV||Cherokee / Wagoneer XJ||Liberty KJ||Liberty KK|
|SUV||Cherokee (SJ)||Grand Cherokee ZJ||Grand Cherokee WJ||Grand Cherokee WK||G.C. WK2|
|Wagoneer SJ||Grand Wagoneer SJ||ZJ||Commander XK|
|Compact pickup||CJ-10||Comanche MJ|
|Full-size pickup||Honcho/J10-20 Series|
Please include any external sites that were used in collaborating this data, including manufacturer sites, in this section.