Six years following the contentious, squinty redesign of this Jeep Cherokee, the most prosperous midsize Jeep is becoming an outside makeover.

2019 Jeep Cherokee

2019 Jeep Cherokee

Jeep published a couple of pictures of this 2019 Jeep Cherokee before its Detroit car show introduction, and lo and behold, the eccentric stacked-headlight design is now gone. In its place is a much more conventional setup with no thin daylight running lights. The fog lighting positioning seems to change dependent on the trim. Trailhawk models (pictured in red) get little fogs directly underneath the main headlights, putting them farther away from off obstacles, whereas the non-Trailhawk Cherokee (envisioned in grey ) has its own fog lights at the fascia. One thing Jeep has not touched is your grille-in-hood design it’s happening.

Back, Jeep incorporated the license plate market into the tailgate rather than squeezing it in under. A brand new taillight design helps to provide the Cherokee a modern and somewhat muscular appearance also.

Clients shouldn’t have been whining about the Cherokee’s inside: It communicates almost completely unchanged beyond a couple of button alterations. Jeep says it will reveal more fuel-efficient motors for your Cherokee in the NAIAS in January too. The recent Cherokee includes a 2.4-liter I4 and also even some 3.2-liter V6, thus we’d expect some thing little and turbocharged to introduction from the 2019 Cherokee if Jeep finally admits it.

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