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Jeep Cherokee Tires

2.0L I4, 2.1L I4, 2.4L I4, 2.5L I4, 2.8L V6, 3.2L V6, 4.0L I6

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Jeep Cherokee Tires

Jeep Cherokee Tires

The tires on your vehicle largely determine whether you have traction or not when driving on differnet roads, trails and more. Without traction you can't control your vehicle and you could end up in dangerous driving conditions. That's why it's so important to make sure you have the right tires for the type of driving you're doing with your Jeep. If you only take dry roads and rarely drive in rain, snow ando ther weather conditions, you can do fine with all-season tires. If you plan to tackle more serious terrain, or to drive during poor weather conditions, you should think about winter tires, all-terrain tires and other upgrades that are avialble to you, It's up to you to decide what sort of upgrades are going to meet your needs best, but a good set of enhanced tires, along with some other imrpovements will make your Jeep far more useful to you than it already is.

Add Specialized Tires For the Best Handling Conditions

If you want to avoid losing traction and failing to maintain control while driving, you need the best tires for the job installed on your vehicle. For some Jeep owners that means getting a set of sumemr tires made for driving on wet roads. For other drivers all-season tires provide the best blend of driving performance for all their needs, and still others have to swap between standard tires and all-terrain tires to meet their driving needs. No matter how you use your Jeep, make sure you have good tires for your needs. When you choose appropriate tires and Jeep wheels. for your ride you have all the components necessary to drive capably. Upgrade to better Cherokee tires and:

  • drive with more confidence
  • prepare for different road conditions
  • keep yourself safer
  • give your ride a cool style

There are many tire options to choose from and you'll have to think about what you value most from a tire before making the purchase. Look at the warranty, look at the tread pattern and the performance you can expect from the tires you add to your vehicle. Once you consider all those different factors you can use that information to help you select tires that are going to work well for you.

Outfit your Jeep for Trail Riding

Outfit your vehicle with heavy-duty mud terrain or all-terrain tires and you'll be ready to handle mud, dirt and sloppy driving conditions. These tires are oversized and equipped with massive tread that's designed to bite into soft surfaces and maintain excellent traction. Most stock Jeep models aren't high enough to use a set of all-terrain tires at first, and they require a lift kit to have enough space to fit off-roading tires. Once you add a lift kit to enhance your Jeep's suspension then you can move on to installing these more capable tires on your ride and driving with confidence. You can do so much with your Jeep, and you'll be able to drive it more effectively when you have the proper tires for everything you want to do. At Extreme Terrain we sell a huge range of performance tires, off-road tires, winter tires and more. There are additional accessories to choose from as well, such as upgraded headlights and fog lights. Making a few key upgrades to your vehicle will make it more capable and give you the tools and the performance you need to get stuff done.

Fitment Includes:

  • 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 Jeep Cherokee
  • Base, Chief, Laredo, Pioneer, Limited, Sport, Briarwood, Country, SE, Classic, Limited, Sport, Latitude, Trailhawk, 75th Anniversary, Overland, Latitude Plus, Altitude, High Altitude, Trailhawk Elite, Upland, 80th Anniversary, Latitude Lux, X, Altitude Lux

*Please see product pages for any exceptions.