Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced it will unveil a refreshed take on the Jeep Cherokee at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show next month. Having said that, based on these official images, we can deduce a thing or two about the equipment, features and other offerings of the new Cherokee.
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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. The only changes that can be seen on the 2019 Cherokee are the tweaked gauges, updated Uconnect infotainment system and new trim pieces.
A second frontal image shows two-tone bumpers with tow hooks and smaller foglight portals, possibly for the Cherokee's off-road (Trailhawk) variant. The result is a more conventional nose that has a closer familial resemblance to other Jeeps such as the Compass and Grand Cherokee.
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The new Cherokee also comes with a set of new beefier alloy wheels, black underbody cladding and larger roof rails.
At the back, smoked taillights replace the old units while the license plate holder is now placed on the tailgate itself. The SUV also comes with a new rear bumper with silver rear diffuser and dual chrome-tipped exhaust.
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No further details have been released - we'll have to wait until the Detroit motor show next month for full specifications - but on the cards for the range is the new 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that debuted in the new Jeep Wrangler, where it produces 201kW of power and 400Nm of torque.