Jeep has revealed its facelifted Cherokee ahead of the car's public debut at the Detroit motor show in January. Single-unit headlamps featuring Jeep's now-signature falcon-eye design sit just above foglights mounted higher on the bumper than before.
It's been known for a while that the 2019 Jeep Cherokee is going to get a new, less controversial face.
Fresh from the world debut of the all-new Jeep Wrangler at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, the automaker has now released the first images of the updated Cherokee for the 2019 model year. In that application and bolstered with a mild-hybrid powertrain, the 2.0L I-4 produces 270 hp at 5,250 rpm and 295 lb-ft at 3,000 rpm.
It's possible that the V-6 option gets replaced with a 2.0-liter turbo-four-cylinder engine found on the 2018 Wrangler, but we won't know for sure until next month.
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Until then, we'll bring you all of the latest Jeep news as it unfolds in Detroit next month. Naturally the bumper was also redesigned with a faux skid plate to fill up the space left by the license plate. This is why this new Cherokee follows the same design language and displays a much more conservative and rugged look, giving it a family resemblance with its little brother, the Compass.
Inside, changes are minor.
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.