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The 1995 Jeep Cherokee was equipped with an automatic transmission and was available as either a four-speed manual or a five-speed Aisin AX15 manual. The Cherokee's base SE trim level came standard with power door locks and windows, as well as an Antilock Braking System and keyless entry. All models had air conditioning, and the base SE included an upgraded fifteen-inch steel wheel set. The Selec-Trac system was an optional four-wheel-drive system, and there was no automatic version.
The 1994 and 1995 Jeep Cherokees had manual transmissions. However, this model remained available in Europe and was the base transmission for ZJs with diesel engines. The front door designs received a new style with a strip of body cladding on the sides and the automatic option was retained for the European and American models. The SE also gained power windows, automatic headlights, warning chimes, and a four-speed automatic transmission.
The transmission is an important component of the Jeep Cherokee because it transfers power from the engine to the wheels. It also converts power into speed. Even a small problem can adversely affect the performance of the vehicle. If you notice that the car is shaky when driving or accelerating, it may be time to replace the transmission. If you have any questions about the transmission, you can take it to the nearest AutoZone store for free.
The 1995 Jeep Cherokee was available in three trim levels: Base, SE, and Limited. The base level was renamed SE in 1994. It featured a 4.0L "Power-Tech" Inline Six-Cylinder (I6) engine with a 5-speed manual transmission. It also featured a vinyl and cloth trimmed interior, air conditioning, and an AM/FM stereo with four speakers. The SE was equipped with power windows and door locks. The rear seat was a bit cramped, but the back seat had plenty of space and ample storage. Additionally, the front passenger was positioned to stretch out, which was not ideal when driving.
After 1995, the SE model was dropped, and the Laredo was the first one to be available with an automatic transmission. The base-level SE had a 2.5L four-cylinder engine with a 5-speed manual transmission. The engine is capable of better hauling than the 2.5L 4-cylinder. The SE was equipped with an AM/FM stereo with four speakers. The SE was upgraded to the automatic transmission and added power windows and door locks.
There are three trim levels of the Jeep Cherokee. It is available with a rear- or four-wheel drive. The transmissions are different. The BF728 is the most popular of these three models. It has the same manual and automatic transmission. You'll find these options in your new 1995 Jeep Cherokee. You can even add a manual transfer case if you want. It's important to check your fluids, as they can wear out.