The Jeep Cherokee was released in 1974 by the Jeep division of the American Motors Corporation. It was a full-size SUV similar to the Wagoneer, and featured several trim levels including the S (Sport), Chief, Golden Eagle, Limited, Classic, Sport, Pioneer, and Laredo. This two door SUV was designed by Brooks Stevens, and featured a single fixed rear side window with an optional flip-out section. Its design was based on the Wagoneer, and the Cherokee was marketed as a more "sporty" two-door variant of the station wagon. When equipped with a 6.6 liter V8 engine, it had enough power to outrun other 4x4s of the same class. It was also offered with a four-door variant beginning in 1977. Engine choices by AMC included I6 or V8 powerplants, and the Cherokee was marketed in both left and right hand drive countries. Its main production was in Toledo, Ohio.
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