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1990 and 1986 Jeep Cherokee Base Specification Comparison

The Jeep Cherokee, made in Toledo, Ohio, has been on the market since 1974, when it was introduced as the two-door version of the Jeep Wagoneer. For 1977, it was offered in two four-door models. The 1986 Jeep Cherokee was known for its tough monocoque construction powered by the Quadra Link suspension system. The SUV has high ground clearance, making it the best choice for driving on a variety of terrain. The Cherokee also had a spacious cabin interior and a large amount of cargo space. basics

The Jeep Cherokee XJ was the signature model of the Cherokee in 1986. The Cherokee XJ was classified as an ATV and sport utility vehicle. It was a four by four three-door vehicle. The Cherokee XJ has a top speed of 86 miles per hour. If you think the vehicle light is not bright enough, you may upgrade with the Jeep Cherokee XJ led headlights which is 5x7 inch square led headlights. 
force and engine

1986 Cherokee XJ was equipped with a diesel engine with indirect injection. It was a two-valve, four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 126.4 cubic inches, bore of 3.39 inches, and a stroke of 3.5 inches. The engine had 85 horsepower at 3,750 revolutions per minute and torque of 32 foot-pounds at 2,750 rpm.

Dimensions and weight

The Jeep Cherokee XJ had a curb weight of 3,042 pounds. The exterior dimensions are 165.3 inches in length, 70.5 inches in width and 63.3 inches in height. Ground clearance was 7.7 inches. Interior dimensions of the Jeep Cherokee XJ include front seat legroom of 39.9 inches and rear seat legroom measured 35.3 inches. Shoulder room for both the front and rear seats is 55.3 inches, while headroom measures 38.3 inches in the front seat and 38 inches in the rear seat.

The 1990 Jeep Cherokee is a compact SUV, and is one of a number of Cherokee vehicles that American Motors and Chrysler produced using the XJ platform (1984 to 2001). Available as a two-door and four-door vehicle, as well as providing two-wheel drive and four-wheel drivetrain options, the '90 Cherokee has five trims: the base model, Sport, Pioneer, Laredo, and Limited. Engine, transmission and economic consumption

The 1990 Jeep Cherokee has a 121-horsepower 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder or a 177-horsepower 4-liter six-cylinder engine. Each engine is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. With its 20 - gallon gas tank , the '90 Cherokee has a fuel economy range of 16 to 18 mpg city and 20 to 24 mpg highway .

A five-passenger vehicle, the 1990 Jeep Cherokee has front room that provides 38 inches of headroom, 41 inches of legroom and 55 inches of shoulder and hip room. Rear room totaling 15 inches of headroom, 35 inches of legroom, 55 inches of shoulder room and 45 inches of hip room.

Exterior dimensions and weight

The 1990 Jeep Cherokee is 165 inches long, 71 inches wide, and 63 inches tall, with a 101-inch wheelbase and 15-inch wheels. Curb weight is around 3,000 lbs.

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