If you don't want what importers Chrysler describe as a 'Jeep Imitation', then look here first. The implication is clear; there are cheaper used luxury four-wheel drives (though not many) but none that can match 'the genuine article'.
Devotees of wimpy Japanese mud-pluggers should look elsewhere; the Jeep Cherokee is as American as Budweiser and as tough as Lee Marvin. And that's fine with British buyers. In its first few years on the UK market, the car took the 4x4 sector by storm. New model interest has waned however, in recent years and as a result, there are now a fair number of high quality used Cherokees on the market.