A month after purchasing our TH back in September 2014, my wife and I were on the Elephant Hill trail in Canyonlands National Park. We pulled into the Devil's Kitchen campground, and we gawked at by at least 5 Wrangler "groups" that wondered how a "station wagon" as they ribbed us, could make it all the way back in there. However, in talking with a group from Texas, they were really liking the space, comfort, luxury of the leather, etc that was found in the KL. The women in their group especially commented on how more comfortable their ride out from Texas would have been over their "bouncy" Wrangler.
The Cherokee Conquered Canyonlands National Park
2015 Cherokee Trailhawk:
Granite Crystal, 3.2L V6, 8.4 Nav, black leather, sunroof, tow, tech, comfort/conv, no hood decal, 9 speakers, CD player, Maximum Care lifetime warranty, Mopar first aid kit, rear rubber cargo mat, Thule Aeroblade cross bars (black), Thule Rapid Aero feet, Kuat Vagabond X cargo basket, RRO rock rails with smooth covers, Mopar door sills, Raingler ceiling net, Raingler seat headrest handles, MFC aluminum lift kit, RRO winch bar and Warn M8000S winch, BFG T/A KO2s