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21 December 2017, 01:08 | Ruben Fields
Jeep's Bringing This Updated 2019 Cherokee To Detroit
It may not look like the box it came in like its distinctive namesake did, but the 2019 Jeep Cherokee adopts a more conservative look.
Today, still in its 5th-generation guise since 2013, Jeep is updating their popular Cherokee for 2019 with an updated exterior design the company feels is more premium.
Jeep has unveiled its updated Cherokee medium SUV ahead of its public debut at the Detroit motor show next month, shedding the divisive styling of the current model.
Immediately obvious is the all-new front end, which loses the predecessor's bumper-mounted headlights and insectoid parking lamps in favor of a much more conventional lighting array. The facelift sees the narrow-slit lights gone in favour of fuller headlamps with DRLs, joined by the American brand's iconic seven slot grille in-between that features across its line-up. Could that mean that the 2019 Cherokee could also get the new turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder that debuted last month with the debut of the 2018 Wrangler JL?
Between the A- and D-pillars, changes appear minor.
As expected, the new Cherokee adopts the single headlight style from both Grand Cherokee and Compass. Blue interior backlighting gives way to white on the new model, and the gauges look to have been slightly redesigned as well.
There are actually two different Cherokees in the pictures: the silver example seems to be the standard version, while the red one is apparently the more off-road orientated Trailhawk derivative, to judge by the towhooks on the front bumper and seemingly more generous ride height.
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