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I expect by now you've guess where I'm going with this...
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One of the latest vehicles to be released by the marque is the Cherokee. I'll spare you an exhaustive exposition on the origins and implications of the name, suffice to say,jordan shoes, the '09 Jeep Cherokee maintains the lofty pedigree founded by its forebears.
Last year the Cherokee benefited from a complete redesign and this year's car has revised a small number of suspension and braking components to better compliment the handling of the vehicle. Not having had the opportunity to drive an '08 model,christian louboutin shoes, It's impossible for me to judge how far the latest adjustments have affected the driving experience, but I can tell you that apart from the height of the driving position and wonderful increased visibility that comes with that,red bottoms, on the road the Cherokee behaves very much like a well mannered estate. The 3.7l V6 is gutsy and certainly has the pace to eat up motorway miles with ease. The Jeep comes swathed in up-to-the-minute technology with rain-sensing wipers,christian louboutin outlet, satellite radio,christian louboutin outlet, a Bluetooth hands free system and the MyGig entertainment centre – complete with 30GB hard drive!
I wonder how long it is before car reviewers spend more time writing about processor speeds and RAM memory than top speeds and engine capacities...
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