For the 2014 model year, the base curb weight of a Jeep Cherokee is 4,044 pounds. This weight is the same for each of the four 2014 Cherokee models: the Cherokee Sport, Cherokee Latitude, Cherokee Trailhawk and Cherokee Limited.
Curb weight is a measure of the weight of a vehicle outfitted with standard equipment, all required engine liquids and a full tank of gas. Curb weight does not include the weight of any cargo or passengers, nor does it include the weight of any optional equipment. Curb weight is a standard automotive measure used by the Department of Transportation and other governmental and commercial entities.Learn More
In Toyota's VVT-i, the engine control unit (ECU), the head and most powerful computer on cars, receives signals from various sensors and uses those signals to adjust an output to an oil control valve. The VVT-i is the Toyota's version of an engine with variable valve timing (VVT). The "i" stands for "intelligence."Full Answer >
A police interceptor vehicle is a civilian law enforcement vehicle that is primarily produced by Ford Motor Company. The Ford Crown Victoria police interceptor vehicle, sometimes referred to as CVP1, P71, or "Crown Vic," was produced by Ford, from 1992 to 2011, and featured various changes and enhancements to assist law enforcement officers with their work.Full Answer >
The bolt pattern for a 2005 Honda Accord is 5 x 114.3 with a 12 x 15 stud size. The bolt pattern for the 2005 model is the same pattern used for all standard Accords from 1998 to 2010.Full Answer >
Ford produces several SUVs with names that begin with the letter "E," including the Edge, Escape, Expedition and Explorer. Other SUVs with model names beginning with "E" include the Cadillac Escalade, Mitsubishi Endeavor, Honda Element, Chevrolet Equinox and Buick Enclave.Full Answer >