The 2014 Jeep Cherokee is finally heading into dealerships. Time to get excited!
Okay, if that wasn’t enough, if the new look and the capable specs weren’t reason enough for the excitement, then how about the fact that the 2014 Jeep Cherokee can park itself. Yes, that is the world we are moving towards, where cars will park themselves.
While not the first car to have this technology, the Jeep Cherokee is upping the proverbial ante by including perpendicular and, a must for any New Yorker, parallel.
The Fast Lane Car took the new Jeep Cherokee out to test this feature out. It’s an interesting watch, especially considering the discomfort of the driver. I would be freaking out too. A car is an intimidating thing and having a lack of control while it maneuvers into position is odd in a time when drivers are taught to never take their hands off the wheel. To work, it requires trust in the technology, something that is new and not widely used.
It took sometime, but the Cherokee did park itself. While the noted time seems lengthy, I would chalk that up to inexperience. If she had more time and the chance to use it more often, I’d bet that the time it takes to self park would be greatly diminished. Anyway, watch the video to see the Cherokee park itself.
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