The Jeep Cherokee earned the top spot on Cars.com’s annual American-Made Index (AMI) for the second consecutive year.
Cars.com’s annual American-Made Index (AMI) assesses vehicles based on assembly location, factory jobs provided by each automaker’s U.S. plants., transmission sourcing, engine sourcing and domestic-parts content as determined by the American Automobile Labeling Act.
The Jeep Cherokee which is manufactured at the Belvidere Assembly Plant in Illinois proudly features an authentic and more premium design for this year as well as an advanced 2.0-liter direct-injection inline four-cylinder engine which improves performance and fuel efficiency up to 31 mpg.
In line with the recognition, Jim Morrison, head of Jeep Brand for North America, applauded both Cherokee’s employees and vehicle owners.
“We salute the dedicated employees who build the Cherokee, the most capable midsize SUV on the planet, as well as all the loyal Jeep owners who drive it.”