Ahead of its debut at the 2018 Detroit Motor Show in January, Jeep has already given us a sneak peek of the 2019 Cherokee. Well let's keep the trail-rated Trailhawk version with blackened hood aside for now. And let's delve into the three most important changes on the standard Cherokee SUV.
Nose job and heart transplant
The upcoming Jeep Cherokee gets an updated front more in line with the other Jeep siblings. Then, there is a new, more fuel-efficient engine line-up, the details of which will be revealed next month.
The rear of the new Cherokee features subtle changes compared to the front. The most prominent one is the change in the position of the license plate, which moves from the bumper to the tailgate of the SUV. This is similar to its elder brother - the Grand Cherokee.
While the pictures don't suggest any visible changes in the cabin, we can expect the carmaker to make some electronic upgrades. This includes smartphone app compatibility and much more on these lines. More news from the Detroit Motor Show - next month. Stay tuned.