The Jeep Cherokee is one of the most popular makes and models out there. It’s so versatile you can take it to the office, or pack your mountain bike in the back and hit the open trail. Are you sold yet? How about if we told you that you could get this amazing vehicle for free?
Yes, you read that correctly. For free.
Chrysler Canada is holding a contest to win a free 2014 Jeep Cherokee Edmonton called “Life is Calling.”
This contest is unique in that rather than just entering your name and phone number or email millions of times, you need to collect “ballots.” You can do this by going to the vehicle manufacturer’s website and answering trivia questions or watching videos.
You need to sign up initially to create an account, but after that, it’s all about the ballots baby.
Still not sold? How about if we tell you some of the great features of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee? The 2014 Cherokee gets 6.3L/100km on the highway, has four-wheel drive capabilities, optional nine-speed automatic transmission and can tow 907 kg (2,000 pounds).
A sunroof is optional in the Cherokee, making it the vehicle that can really connect you with the great outdoors. The Cherokee’s distinctive front end gives it an intimidating look of a truck with all the grace of an SUV.
Taking your Cherokee on multiple terrains becomes no problem with the five terrain settings: auto, snow, sand/mud, sport and rock.
The Cherokee is also full of updated technology including UConnect capabilities that provide navigation, hands-free calling, music and more. The dash also contains a 7-inch customizable screen that displays information such as fuel economy, terrain mode and parking assistance. Adaptive cruise control allows for easy driving on the highways as the technology automatically adjusts your speed if you’re approaching a vehicle that is going slower than at what your speed is set. Forward collision alerts give you warnings both visually on the dashboard and audibly if you’re approaching another vehicle or large object too quickly.
This vehicle has it all, and it can be yours for free. Who would pass that up?