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PostHeaderIcon Donut Media Dives Deep on the Jeep Cherokee: Video

The Jeep Cherokee is easily one of the most recognizable names in the world of SUVs, broadly considered as the first modern SUV, one that offered practicality, off-road ability, and luxury, all in one package.

The Cherokee brand is over 40 years old now and still going strong. Born as a cheaper, more compact version of the Wagoneer, the Cherokee was actually the first vehicle which was referred to as a “sport-utility vehicle” in the manufacturer brochures. Since then, the Cherokee has grown larger, and nowadays, you can choose either the compact Cherokee or the mid-size Grand Cherokee.

PostHeaderIcon 8 SUVs That Went From Being Tough as Nails to Lightweight Family Haulers

Adapting to customer needs and trying to achieve efficiency levels proposed by the governing bodies, manufacturers had to shift whole production systems to accommodate their factories for efficient SUV and crossover production. However, the tough body-on-frame design of traditional SUVs simply did not cut it anymore. SUVs became too heavy, too ungainly, and too expensive to maintain. Then, some automakers started to experiment with unibody construction for their SUV-looking cars. Soon, what was a misfit became the norm and today with crossovers being the only way forward. Even the famous off-road specialists like Jeep and Land Rover had to make changes and some famed names from history sacrificed all that made them famous in the first place.

PostHeaderIcon Comparing The Chevy Blazer, the Ford Edge, and the Jeep Cherokee

It is time we faced the truth. The new Chevrolet Blazer isn’t an off-roader, but a cool-looking family CUV and the best way for all of us to accept that is to compare it with its new competition – the Ford Edge and the Jeep Cherokee. I suspect both of these are smaller compared with the new Blazer, but they have some striking similarities amongst themselves as well. All three offer seating for only five, boast a somewhat flamboyant styling, offer four-cylinder engines, and are based on top of the front-wheel-drive underpinnings. Obviously, one searching for a $30k-ish five-seater, midsize SUV with a lot of equipment and maybe an optional AWD is only expected to take all three into consideration.

PostHeaderIcon Surprise: 2019 Jeep Cherokee Prices Announced

Jeep has announced the pricing for its refreshed 2019 Cherokee mid-size SUV. The reshaped Cherokee debuted earlier this month at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show and wears a more traditional front end that is more likely to appeal to a wider audience. It also has slightly more cargo space and comes with Jeep’s new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder in addition to its carryover 2.4-liter I-4 and 3.2-liter V-6 engines. Its nine-speed automatic and Active Drive 4WD system have been improved for efficiency, as well.

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee’s base price actually drops $300 in the base Latitude trim to $25,190. Every other trim level, however, sees an increase in price. The Latitude Plus increases by $300 and the Limited trim increases by $680. The two range-topping trims, the off-road-ready Trailhawk and the luxurious Overland jump by $2,425 and $2,280, respectively. That puts the 2019 Cherokee Trailhawk starting at $34,515 and the Overland in FWD at $36,275.

Jeep has streamlined its 4WD costs, with Active Drive I costing $1,500 on all trims except for the Trailhawk, which has its 4WD price baked into its base MSRP. The Trailhawk gets Cherokee’s most advanced 4WD system, Active Drive Lock.

Further adding to a price increase, Jeep added an extra $100 to its destination charge, bringing it to $1,195 for all trim levels.

2019 Jeep Cherokee – Prices

Jeep Cherokee Latitude 4×2 $25,190
Jeep Cherokee Latitude 4×4 $26,690
Jeep Cherokee Latitude Plus 4×2 $27,690
Jeep Cherokee Latitude Plus 4×4 $29,190
Jeep Cherokee Limited 4×2 $31,570
Jeep Cherokee Limited 4×4 $33,070
Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk $34,515
Jeep Cherokee Overland
4×2
$36,275
Jeep Cherokee Overland
4×4
$38,970

References

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Read our full review on the 2019 Jeep Cherokee.


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PostHeaderIcon A Detailed Look At The 2019 Jeep Cherokee’s 4WD Systems

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee includes some admirable updates. The front has been redesigned to not be so ugly, new LED headlights should perform better, a new lightweight tailgate gets hands-free opening, five new wheel designs change up the appearance, a dual-pane sunroof is available, and the new 2.0-liter turbo-four borrowed from the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL is under the reshaped aluminum hood. But Jeep didn’t stop its drivetrain updates with the new engine. The Cherokee’s base 4WD system has been updated with less internal friction and a reduction of 17 pounds.


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“Active Drive I is the basic 4WD system offered in the Cherokee’s Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited, and Overland trims”

Active Drive I is the basic 4WD system offered in the Cherokee’s Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited, and Overland trims. Jeep says the system has been completely redesigned for 2019 and includes a new, next-generation rear drive module. The RDM, or rear differential, works automatically to deliver power to the rear wheels when the front tires lose traction, regardless of speed and without any action needed from the driver. The RDM also provides yaw correction (torque vectoring) during turning, which helps prevent understeer and oversteer. The new rear differential weighs an impressive 17 pounds less, and even more impressive, has 50 percent less drag at low speeds.

Active Drive II is the more capable 4WD system and includes a two-speed transfer case with both high and low gear ranges. Available on the same trims as Active Drive I, AD II simply adds more off-road capability. The system, recalibrated for 2019, is still fully automatic in high-range mode, but the driver can select low-range for more treacherous terrain. This mode locks the transfer case into delivering equal torque to the front and rear wheels, regardless of wheel slip, with a gear reduction of 2.92:1. When paired with the 2.0-liter turbo-four, Active Drive II offers an impressive crawl ratio of 51.2:1. The 3.2-liter V-6 gets a crawl ratio of 48.3:1. Regardless of engine choice, Cherokees with Active Drive II get a one-inch suspension lift and have a neutral setting in the transfer case for flat towing.


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“Active Drive II is the more capable 4WD system and includes a two-speed transfer case with both high and low gear ranges”

Active Drive Lock is essentially Active Drive II but includes a locking rear differential and Rock Mode in Jeep’s Selec-Terrain traction control system. Active Drive Lock is only found on the Cherokee Trailhawk. The locking rear differential can be engaged when in 4WD low range and locks together the rear axle shafts so they spin at the same speed, regardless of wheel slip. This gives the best traction in off-roading situations.

Regardless of the Active Drive 4WD system, all three are fully automatic in their high-range engagement. When traction isn’t an issue, the rear differential disengages for reduced drag on the driveline, leaving the front wheels to power the Jeep. All three systems also come with Jeep’s Selec-Terrain system, too. It includes drive modes that tailor the drivetrain for the best performance. The modes are Auto, Snow, Sport, and Sand/Mud. The Cherokee Trailhawk’s Active Drive Lock also gets a Rock Mode, along with hill ascent and hill descent settings.


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“Naturally, the Cherokee Trailhawk is the right choice for serious off-roaders.”

Naturally, the Cherokee Trailhawk is the right choice for serious off-roaders. Matching its drivetrain, the Trailhawk has unique bodywork that affords it more clearance. It boasts an approach angle of 29.9 degrees, a breakover angle of 22.9 degrees, and a departure angle of 32.2 degrees. Ground clearance measures 8.7 inches. That’s only an inch less than the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL in Sport trim and only 2.1 inches shy of the Wrangler Rubicon’s 10.8 inches of ground clearance. The Cherokee Trailhawk does come standard with underbody skid plates and red-painted tow hooks should the trail prove extra challenging.


References

Jeep Cherokee


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Read our full review on the 2019 Jeep Cherokee.


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Read our full driven review on the 2015 Jeep Cherokee.


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Read more Detroit Auto Show news.

PostHeaderIcon Updated Jeep Cherokee Gets 2.0-liter Turbo from the Wrangler

The facelifted Jeep Chekoree made its public debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show with a brand-new front fascia that no longer looks like it’s sucking lemons. The best Jeep-related news in a year, because let’s face it, the pre-facelift Cherooke’s design sucked really bad. The rear end was also heavily revised to the point where it no longer looks like a Fiat. Interior updates are small, but it does feature a new center console and new tech. But by far the biggest change lies under the hood, where the Tigershark and Pentastar engines were joined by a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine.


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“Borrowed from the latest Jeep Wrangler, the turbocharged mill cranks out the same 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque”

Borrowed from the latest Jeep Wrangler, the turbocharged mill cranks out the same 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. These figures place it just above the existing 3.2-liter V-6, which is rated at 271 horses and 239 pound-feet. The Pentastar unit carried over unchanged, while the 2.4-liter Tigershark gained minor changes that reduced output from 184 horsepower and 172 pound-feet to 180 horses and 170 pound-feet.

The new four-banger mates to the same nine-speed automatic transmission as other engines and it should deliver better fuel economy that the other two options. Actual figures aren’t yet available, but the V-6 returns 21 mpg city and 29 mpg highway, while the Tigershark gets up to 30 mpg highway. The fact that the revised Cherokee is 200 pounds lighter thanks to a new aluminum hood and composite tailgate should help the new turbo four-cylinder deliver the best ever fuel economy figures for the nameplate.


References

Jeep Cherokee


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Read our full review on the 2019 Jeep Cherokee.


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Read our full driven review on the 2015 Jeep Cherokee.


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Read more Jeep news.


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Read more Detroit Auto Show news.

PostHeaderIcon Updated Jeep Cherokee Goes Softer In The Styling Department

The Jeep Cherokee is living proof that even the most iconic of SUVs aren’t immune to criticism when there’s reason to criticize. The current-generation Cherokee found that out first-hand when its debut in 2013 was greeted by an avalanche of criticism from an indignant public that couldn’t believe that Jeep became a little too playful with the model’s looks. That was five years ago. This year, Jeep is flipping the script on the facelifted 2019 Cherokee. Not only does it have three different engines to choose from, it also arrived at the Detroit Auto Show with a more refined look that, quite frankly, is much better than the model it’s replacing.


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“The pointy grille and stacked lighting fixture of the previous model did nothing to inspire the long legacy of the Cherokee name”

This is what the fifth-generation Jeep Cherokee should have looked like from the onset. The pointy grille and stacked lighting fixture of the previous model did nothing to inspire the long legacy of the Cherokee name. Sure, some people liked it, but a vast majority of Jeep fans were close to keeling over, repulsed by what they were seeing.

Mike Hanley, head of the Jeep brand, described it as a progressive look that the company did to spark conversation back to the Cherokee. “It did what it was supposed to do, it called attention to the vehicle,” Mark Allen, head of Jeep design, added.

Fortunately, the new Cherokee has moved on from that phase with a new look that’s far more refined than its predecessor. The headlights — LED lighting on all trim levels — are now more traditional in their shape, a huge correction from one of the old model’s biggest sources of controversy. The Cherokee’s beaky nose has also been re-sculpted to a more traditional shape, resulting in more focus being put on the SUV’s seven-stack grille.

“We took the geekiness out of it,” Allen said. “Now Cherokee is more closely aligned with the rest of the brand.”

Beyond its new looks, the facelifted Cherokee also gets a redesigned composite liftgate that weighs 18 pounds less than its predecessor. The lighter liftgate is part of a concerted effort by Jeep to shed 200 pounds off of the Cherokee’s weight. As it is, the new Cherokee now weighs roughly around 4,300 pounds or just under 2,000 kilos.


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“Beyond its new looks, the facelifted Cherokee also gets a redesigned composite liftgate that weighs 18 pounds less than its predecessor”

The 2019 Cherokee’s physical transformation is one of its most important features. Now, prospective customers can look at the Cherokee and see a proper Jeep, devoid of the gimmicks that played a huge part in its predecessor’s sub-standard appearance. I’d call that a win.


References

Jeep Cherokee


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Read our full review on the 2019 Jeep Cherokee.


2015 Jeep Cherokee - Driven - image 628279

Read our full driven review on the 2015 Jeep Cherokee.


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Read more Jeep news.


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Read more Detroit Auto Show news.

PostHeaderIcon Jeep Cherokee

Jeep is bringing a mild facelift and some powertrain improvements to the Cherokee for 2019. The announcement comes before Jeep divulges all the details on the revised crossover on January 16 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. However, from the images Jeep released, we can see the exterior changes bring a more handsome face and less odd rear to the Cherokee’s aesthetics, while a promise of an “even more fuel-efficient powertrain options” is all the automaker had to say about internal changes.

This marks the first change to the current Cherokee since its introduction in 2014. Despite strong sales averaging around 200,000 per year in the U.S. alone, many complained about the Cherokee’s ugly mug. Jeep obviously listened as the front and rear mark the only external changes, though new wheel options are expected. The interior shows now blatant signs of changes. As for those powertrain updates, Jeep could replace the current 3.2-liter V-6 with the new 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder found in the new 2018 Wrangler JL. We’ll know for sure come January 16, so stick around on TopSpeed.com for that breaking information.

Continue reading for more on the 2019 Jeep Cherokee.

Exterior

  • Redesigned headlights
  • Reworked fog light surrounds
  • License plate moved to tailgate
  • New rear bumper design
  • No other changes to bodywork

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“Surprisingly, the Cherokee’s handsome new face includes the same upper grille as before.”

Jeep hasn’t divulged much information on the 2019 Cherokee’s updates, but from the images it released ahead of Detroit, it’s clear the Cherokee has been given a much-needed makeover.

The front end now has traditional headlights with the main projectors, turn signals, and LED daytime running lights all encased in the same clear housing. That’s a big change from the outgoing model, which separated the headlights from the turn signals and DRLs. The fog lights have a larger surround, too, which helps give the Cherokee a more conventional appearance.

The lower grille loses the kinked-up shape it previously had, now getting sleeker horizontal lines. Surprisingly, the Cherokee’s handsome new face includes the same upper grille as before. We always thought it was that grille that made the Cherokee so ugly, but as it turns out, it’s not so bad when surrounded by more traditional styling.


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“The bumper follows the more traditional styling update and uses chrome trim and different colored plastic to add character”

Around to the rear, the 2019 Cherokee has its license plate relocated to the tailgate. The bumper follows the more traditional styling update and uses chrome trim and different colored plastic to add character. Chrome-tipped dual exhaust finish off the bumper’s lower line. We do wonder how Jeep will integrate the Cherokee’s optional towing package and its bulky two-inch receiver hitch.

The other changes back here involve the taillights. The new LED lights have clear lenses with white-colored turn signal and reverse light reflectors. The running lights and brake lights use an LED outline along the bottom. Again, the rear matches the front’s more handsome appeal. Everything between the bumpers appears unchanged, meaning the doors, roofline, windows, and their pillars are all carried over from 2014. That’s totally expected with this being a mid-cycle refresh, of course.

Interior

  • Interior remains basically unchanged
  • Available 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment
  • Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
  • 25 cubic feet behind second row
  • 55 cubic feet with second row folded

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“The Cherokee’s interior remains unchanged from previous years.”

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee’s interior remains unchanged from previous years. We commend Jeep and FCA on its recent interior designs, though the Cherokee is known to have some cheap-feeling materials scattered about the cabin. Functionality wise, though, the Cherokee is top notch.

It starts with the steering wheel and its logical controls. A large TFT display in the gauge cluster shows plenty of vehicle information, too. Dual-zone climate controls, available heated and vented front seats, and FCA’s wonderful 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment system with the latest Uconnect 4 software lines the center stack. USB, AUX, and Bluetooth connections make streaming music easy, while Apple CarPlay and Android Auto make full phone connections a breeze.

The Cherokee continues to seat five people, though three across in the second row isn’t overly comfortable. The 60/40-split rear seat folds flat to reveal 55 cubic feet of cargo room. The front passenger seat even folds flat for carrying longer items like a ladder or surfboard. Behind the second row, the Cherokee still offers 25 cubic feet of room.

Drivetrain

  • More efficiency powertrain option coming
  • 2.4-liter Tigershark likely returning
  • Jeep’s new 2.0-liter turbo-four might become available
  • 3.2-liter V-6 rumored to be axed
  • FWD is standard; 4WD is optional
  • Trailhawk trim is the off-roader’s choice

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“Our bet is Jeep swaps the optional V-6 for the potent 2.0-liter turbo-four found in the new Wrangler JL.”

There are some unanswered questions in this department thanks to Jeep’s vague statement about having “more fuel-efficient powertrain options” in its teaser press release. Though we can’t know for sure, our bet is Jeep swaps the optional 3.2-liter V-6 for its all-new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder found in the new Wrangler JL.

The current 3.2-liter V-6 is basically a smaller-displacement version of the 3.6-liter V-6 and makes 271 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 239 pound-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm. The 2018 Wrangler’s new 2.0-liter Hurricane turbo-four makes 270 horses at 5,200 rpm and 295 pound-feet of torque at only 3,000 rpm. That means the 2.0-liter basically retains the V-6’s horsepower rating but makes peak power available sooner while adding 56 pound-feet of torque and making it available 1,400 rpm lower. That’s a significant improvement and would warrant Jeep’s use of the “more fuel-efficient” term.

Speaking of efficiency, part of the 2.0-liter turbo-four’s magic is its mild hybrid system. The engine uses a belt starter generator to not only restart the engine after an Automatic Stop/Start event, but also to add torque to the crankshaft at lower engine speeds. That’s how the engine manages its impressive torque figure.

“The 2019 Jeep Cherokee will likely continue to come standard with its 2.4-liter Tigershark MultiAir four-cylinder”

It’s too early to speculate about fuel economy – not even the Hurricane-powered Wrangler has been tested for fuel economy at this point. Still, expect an improvement over the 3.2-liter Cherokee’s 18 mpg city and 26 mpg highway.

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee will likely continue to come standard with its 2.4-liter Tigershark MultiAir four-cylinder. This naturally aspirated engine makes 184 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque. Though far less powerful than the current V-6, the 2.4’s appeal is fuel economy. It’s EPA-estimated to get 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway.

When it comes to towing, the current Cherokee can pull a maximum of 4,500 pounds when equipped with the V-6 and the Trailer Tow Package. Without that package, the V-6 is limited to 2,000 pounds. The 2.4-liter is rated to pull 2,000 pounds as its maximum.

Pricing


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Obviously, Jeep hasn’t announced pricing for the 2019 Cherokee, though we shouldn’t have long to wait. We expect the new model will begin hitting showrooms in mid-2018. Prices shouldn’t change too much over the current Cherokee, either.

Pricing for 2018 starts at $24,395 for the base Latitude trim in front-wheel drive. Selecting 4WD moves the price to $25,895. That $1,500 price for 4WD continues through the lineup except for two models. The Trailhawk comes standard with 4WD and the range-topping Overland model, which somehow charges $3,245 for the 4WD option. Back to the trims, the Latitude Plus slots in the mid-range with the Limited above that. The Trailhawk comes in next with the Overland taking the top spot. Prices for the Overland start at $34,095 for the FWD models and $37,340 with 4WD.

Competition

Honda CR-V


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The Honda CR-V isn’t the go-anywhere crossover the Jeep Cherokee tries to be. Rather, the CR-V focuses on family comfort and outright practicality. It offers seating for five people over two row with 39.2 cubic feet of cargo space behind the second row. Fold the 60/40-split bench and the CR-V holds 75.8 cubic feet of stuff. The first row is equally functional thanks to a smartly designed dash and tons of cubby spaces. Features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard while Navigation is optional.

The CR-V comes with only one engine: the 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. It makes 190 horsepower and 179 pound-feet of torque. While that doesn’t sound like much, the CR-V only weights 3,500 pounds. Compare that to the Jeep’s 3,900- to 4,400-pound curb weight. Fuel economy is impressive, too, with the EPA estimating 27 mpg city, 33 mpg highway, and 29 mpg combined. The standard Continuously Variable Transmission likely has something to do with that. And like CR-Vs of the past, front-wheel drive is standard and AWD is optional.

Prices start at $24,150 for the base LX and $32,650 for the range-topping Touring trim.

Read our full review on the 2017 Honda CR-V.

Toyota RAV4


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Like the CR-V, the RAV4 is built more for the urban jungle than the actual jungle. That’s just fine, after all, since 99.999 percent of RAV4 owners will barely ever venture off anything more than a dirt road. The RAV4 likewise has seating for five within its two rows. It’s 60/40-split bench folds down for 73.4 cubic feet of space. Behind the second row lies 38.4 cubic feet of space.

The RAV4 offers both a conventional gasoline powertrain and a gasoline hybrid option. The standard mill is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 176 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque. It can power either the front wheels or all four, should you opt for the AWD option. The hybrid powertrain utilizes a similar 2.5-liter, but with an Atkinson combustion cycle for improved efficiency. It’s mated to two electric motors, with the front making 141 horses and the rear 67horses. A CVT does the shifting. A 1.6-kWh battery provides the juice. Don’t expect to drive very far on battery power alone; this system is designed to supplement the gasoline engine. The EPA estimates it will get 34 mpg city and 30 mpg highway.

Pricing starts at $24,410 for the base LE. The middle trims include the XLE, Adventure, SE, XLE Hybrid, Limited, SE Hybrid, and Limited Hybrid. The Platinum is the range-topping trim and has a starting price of $36,150 before options and extras.

Read our full review on the 2018 Toyota RAV4.

Conclusion


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The changes for the 2019 Jeep Cherokee aren’t major, but they are very welcomed and should help to increase the crossover’s popularity. The exterior changes, especially, give the 2019 Cherokee a more modern and mature appearance. And while we suspect Jeep will introduce the 2.0-liter Hurricane turbo-four, only time will tell if we’re right. Either way, expect the Cherokee to show improvements in the EPA’s fuel economy evaluations.

We’ll know all the details come January 16 when Jeep debuts the 2019 Cherokee at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. As always, stay tuned to TopSpeed.com for all the latest automotive news and reviews.

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PostHeaderIcon Hurray, the Jeep Cherokee No Longer Looks Like It’s Sucking Lemons!

When it replaced the Liberty in 2013, Jeep decided to bring back the Cherokee name, which it had discontinued in 2001 in the U.S. The first Jeep to ride on the FCA Compact Wide platform, the KL-generation Cherokee shared underpinnings with the Alfa Romeo Giulietta. But similarities with European cars didn’t stop here. Unlike its predecessors, the Cherokee dropped the traditional boxy design in favor of a more streamlined look. Some approved Jeep’s decision to step out of the box and offer a bolder design, but FCA also received a lot of heat for the scrunched up headlamps, the narrow grille, and the somewhat generic rear end. I’m not a big fan of it either, and I think it looks like it’s sucking on lemons. Well, Jeep just unveiled the mid-cycle facelift and I’m happy to see that the Cherokee’s face is no longer sour.


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“The main grille is now a bit taller, the slats are wider, and the headlamps are significantly bigger.”

Whether Jeep reacted to criticism or just wanted a fresh look remains unknown, but it’s good to the Cherokee move closer to its American roots design-wise. The main grille is now a bit taller, the slats are wider, and the headlamps are significantly bigger. Granted, the changes are by no means radical, and the Cherokee still looks out of place among other Jeeps, but it’s a big improvement over the outgoing model. Not that Jeep could have made it worse, but I can at least look at the new Cherokee without feeling sick.

Beyond fixing that terrible front end, Jeep made a few other improvements too. Around back, the crossover has new LED taillights with clear lenses and red accents, a repositioned license plate (not on the tailgate), a more upscale-looking bumper, and chrome-tipped exhaust pipes. The front bumper was also redesigned, together with the grille between the vents. All told, these changes are more than what I usually expect from a mid-cycle facelift (just look at the BMW i8).


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There isn’t much information as to what changes inside the cabin and under the hood, but we should get some new technology and maybe a new engine. Whatever happens, the revised front fascia makes up for everything.

References

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Read our full driven review on the 2015 Jeep Cherokee.


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Read more Detroit Auto Show news.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Jeep Cherokee Coming to Detroit

Jeep will be introducing its updated 2019 Cherokee at the North American International Auto Show come January 16, 2018. The mid-size crossover receives a mild facelift with updated designs front and rear, along with more fuel-efficient powertrain options. Jeep didn’t go into detail about the powertrain changes or any other information, saying that news will become available when the 2019 Cherokee makes its appearance at the Detroit Auto Show.

Aesthetically, the 2019 Jeep Cherokee looks far more palatable, losing that ugly front end and odd headlight arrangement. The new front uses new one-piece headlights with the turn signals and daytime running lights integrated into the same housing. The fog lights now have a slightly larger scallop. The lower grille is now more streamlined. Despite the more handsome look, the hood and upper grille appear unchanged. It seems the Cherokee’s ugliness was all contained in those headlights.

Continue reading for more on the 2019 Cherokee.

What We Know


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“The 2019 Cherokee has new LED taillights with clear lenses and red accents”

Around back, the 2019 Cherokee has new LED taillights with clear lenses and red accents. The license plate is moved from the bumper to the tailgate and the black-plastic bumper is replaced with a more upscale black and gray bumper with chrome trim and chrome-tipped dual exhaust. The rest of the 2019 Cherokee appears unchanged, though we expect new wheel options.

As for the powertrain, Jeep did not give clues as to what’s under the hood. The current Cherokee offers the 2.4-liter MultiAir four-cylinder with 184 horsepower as standard and the 3.2-liter V-6 with electric stop/start and 271 horsepower as an option. A nine-speed automatic transmission is standard across the board. Front-wheel drive comes standard, too, but naturally, 4WD is optional on all models. Those who really want to explore the untraveled path will wan the Cherokee Trailhawk model with added ground clearance, a beefier 4WD system, added skid plating, and all-terrain tires.


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“As for what 2019 brings, there’s a good chance the Cherokee will receive Jeep’s new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder found in the 2018 Wrangler JL”

As for what 2019 brings, there’s a good chance the Cherokee will receive Jeep’s new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder found in the 2018 Wrangler JL. The engine makes a very respectable 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque while saving fuel thanks to a mild hybrid system that uses an electric motor to help spin the crankshaft at lower engine speeds. This engine could very well replace the 3.2-liter V-6, whose torque only peaks at 239 pound-feet.

Only time will tell, so thankfully we’ve only got a few weeks to wait. The 2019 Jeep Cherokee will make its official debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show on January 16.

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PostHeaderIcon Driver Gets Ticket For Allegedly Being 1 KMH Over The Speed Limit

I’ve seen my fair share of traffic violations over the many years of driving. Some of these violations are warranted, some are even necessary. But like everything else, there are violations that border on the ridiculous. One such incident recently occurred north of the border in Alberta, Canada.

Let’s set the scene, thanks to the story reported by CTV News in Canada. A man named Mathieu Gagne tells CTV that he made a legal pass on a slow-moving police officer north of Edmonton. The officer, apparently ticked off that he got overtaken even if the move was legal, decided to exercise his authority on the driver, citing him for going 1 kph over the posted speed limit. One kilometer per hour! Fortunately, the Gagne’s girlfriend was with him during the incident and promptly posted the ticket online where, somewhat predictably, it turned viral. You can likely guess what happened next. The Sturgeon County called Gagne a few days later to tell him that the fine rescinded, although it did say that it wasn’t because the officer was being petty, but because he listed the speed on the ticket as being radar/laser verified when in fact it wasn’t. And if the story couldn’t get any stranger, CTV also reported that the erring officer has yet to be disciplined for his actions. Seems like one of those stories where it’s unclear what kind of ending should have happened here. It’s definitely strange times we’re living in right now when Canada, home to some of the nicest people we know, has its own share of rogue police officers.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

Be respectful, but also be vigilant

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard that phrase in my life. It doesn’t paint a good picture of law enforcement officials, but there is some truth and wisdom to it, too. The truth is that a majority of police officers, no matter where they are in this world, are good and decent people. They care about enforcing law and order so civilians like us can go about our lives peacefully.

“The officer decided to exercise his authority on the driver, citing him for going 1 kph over the posted speed limit.”

That said, there are also police officers who go past the line of their job descriptions, some more than others. We see it here in the U.S. and we definitely see it in other countries. When dealing with these types of officers, there’s only so much we can do to call them out on their practices without having to worry about getting the proverbial short end of the stick. The best way to go about it is to be respectful of their position as officers, but also remain vigilant on the kind of actions they exhibit when you’re dealing with them.

“Gagne was let off the hook over a violation that he didn’t commit”

There are avenues to do this without having to fear for your safety. As long as it’s done properly, the Internet is a good place to go to air your grievances, just like what Matthieu Gagne’s girlfriend did. Her post got a lot of attention and eventually, it found its way to the proper authorities who have the power to make decisions on the matter. Ultimately, Gagne was let off the hook over a violation that he didn’t commit, though it is a little concerning that the officer didn’t face any sanctions for his actions. Sure, he may have been reprimanded; the Sturgeon County didn’t just want to publicize it because of potential backlash. Who knows at this point.

The important thing to know though is how to best handle situations like this. I’m sure that a lot of us have been in this kind of predicament before. But instead of letting your emotions dictate your actions, it’s always best to keep a level head and be vigilant enough to report these incidences to the proper channels. Traffic court is the proper place to argue against a ticket, anyway.

And so ends my public service announcement.

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PostHeaderIcon Are You A Hacker? FCA Will Pay You To Expose Security Risks

Hackers often get a pretty bad rap, as they are often advertised as bad people who take advantage of security vulnerabilities for their own gain, often stealing personal information or other valuable data. But, not all of them are bad. In fact, there are a number of Fortune 500 companies like AT&T and United Airlines pay “ethical hackers” to expose vulnerabilities within their systems. In the automotive world, the most prominent company that takes this approach is Tesla, who pays anywhere between $100 and $10,000 to anyone who finds and reports any vulnerabilities. Now, FCA is offering up a similar program, albeit with some limitations.

It’s been a year since professional hackers publicly exploited ta cellular vulnerability that allowed them to remotely manipulate a 2015 Jeep Cherokee – something that opened everyone’s eyes to the potential danger of having cars that are increasingly becoming smarter and more connected. To help prevent similar vulnerabilities in the future, FCA is now offering up between $150 and $1,500 to anyone who notifies them of security flaws through a program on bugcrowd.com. There is a stipulation, though, as the company will only pay for vulnerabilities found in its Uconnect system and owner websites.

Titus Melnyk, FCA’s Senior Manage for Security Architecture, said, “There have been a number of things where people have reached out to us through customer care and other contact methods where they highlighted things that were of interest.” He continued, saying that the bugcrowd program is “just a nice, official way to make it easier for people to contact us and know what we’re really interested in.”

So, there you have it. If you’re technologically inclined or a “hacker” help keep FCA cars safe from security risks and make a little money while you’re doing it.

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PostHeaderIcon Jeep Cherokee SRT8 Stormtrooper on Vossen Wheels

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Over the years we have seen many cars given with the Stormtrooper treatment. It’s an easy look to achieve and we guess it’s kind of cool as well, because the whole Star Wars thing seems to have become cool all of a sudden. Anyway, this one’s based on a Jeep Cherokee SRT8 and it’s a good one.

The design of Jeep Cherokee SRT8 responds well to the Stormtrooper look, what with those headlights and slanted front grille. Not to mention, the SUV has a sculpted and athletic body that sort of resembles the chiseled look of a Stormtrooper. So naturally, the lower part of the car from the windows down is painted white, while the upper body, including the pillars, roof and tailgate, is finished in gloss black. The bonnet is carbon fiber.

But a big part of whole look is a set of Vossen Forged VPS-302 wheels in black. They complete the Stormtrooper outfit on this Jeep Cherokee SRT8 and complement the design of the car as well. This SRT8, which was a featured car at SEMA last year, is also equipped with a GT Haus sport exhaust system on its 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 engine. Not sure if it adds more horsepower to the 468-hp output, but it definitely has a positive effect on the soundtrack, as you can hear in the video.

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PostHeaderIcon Jeep Cherokee SRT8 Stormtrooper on Vossen Wheels

Jeep Cherokee SRT8 Stormtrooper-0

Over the years we have seen many cars given with the Stormtrooper treatment. It’s an easy look to achieve and we guess it’s kind of cool as well, because the whole Star Wars thing seems to have become cool all of a sudden. Anyway, this one’s based on a Jeep Cherokee SRT8 and it’s a good one.

The design of Jeep Cherokee SRT8 responds well to the Stormtrooper look, what with those headlights and slanted front grille. Not to mention, the SUV has a sculpted and athletic body that sort of resembles the chiseled look of a Stormtrooper. So naturally, the lower part of the car from the windows down is painted white, while the upper body, including the pillars, roof and tailgate, is finished in gloss black. The bonnet is carbon fiber.

But a big part of whole look is a set of Vossen Forged VPS-302 wheels in black. They complete the Stormtrooper outfit on this Jeep Cherokee SRT8 and complement the design of the car as well. This SRT8, which was a featured car at SEMA last year, is also equipped with a GT Haus sport exhaust system on its 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 engine. Not sure if it adds more horsepower to the 468-hp output, but it definitely has a positive effect on the soundtrack, as you can hear in the video.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: Jeep Cherokee Night Eagle

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Jeep is launching a new special edition Cherokee in the UK market featuring a dark theme with lots of black stuff on it. The new Jeep Cherokee Night Eagle is supposed to be cool and exclusive, which is why they are only making 350 units of it, each priced at £36,795.

As for what sets Jeep Cherokee Night Eagle apart from the ordinary models, it comes down to unique exterior and interior appointments. On the outside the car gets satin-finished grey elements on the front grille-mounted Jeep badge, the fog light frames, black gloss roof bars and the dedicated Night Eagle name badge, combined with exclusive 18-inch black gloss alloy wheels and deep tint sunscreen glass.

The highlights of the interior, meanwhile, include leather steering wheel, exclusive leather upholstery, heated front seats with electric lumbar adjustment on the driver’s seat, Uconnect with 8.4-inch screen and navigation system, Bluetooth and TFT instrument panel. Equipment-wise, the Night Eagle benefits from  a nine-speaker sound system with subwoofer, cruise control, dual-zone climate control, electric tailgate, rear parking sensors, automatic headlamps with washer, rain sensing wipers, and auto-dimming rear mirror.

Powered by a 200bhp 2.2-litre MultiJet II turbo diesel engine, Jeep Cherokee Night Eagle comes with a nine-speed automatic transmission and Active Drive I 4×4 system. It is capable of accelerating form 0 to 100 km/h in 8.5 seconds and returns 49.6 mpg.

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PostHeaderIcon 2015 Jeep Cherokee KrawLer

The current 2014 Jeep Cherokee is a funky-looking, off-road-capable compact crossover , but it hasn’t exactly resonated well with Jeep loyalists. Looking to prove that the new Cherokee is worthy of wearing the iconic seven-slot grille, Jeep and Mopar have teamed up to develop the Jeep Cherokee KrawLer concept vehicle. While this vehicle could have just as easily been a Moab Easter Jeep Concept, Jeep wanted to put the tuned Cherokee on global display, so the concept was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show .


PostHeaderIcon Jeep Cherokee – Driven

The ironic thing about the new Jeep Cherokee is that it replaces the Liberty, which was continuously dogged for being too crude and trucklike, and now its detractors insist that it’s too carlike. But that’s not exactly the case. The Cherokee is much more refined than its predecessor, it’s true. It’s just that this isn’t a departure from Jeep “tradition,” because its big brother the Grand Cherokee has been playing the refined-SUV card for decades now.

Jeep has been very assertive about the Cherokee’s off-road ability. It may be the most slick and futuristic-looking Jeep ever, but the Cherokee remains faithful to the brand’s long history of capable performance. Jeep has taken steps to put this compact sport-ute at the head of the technological class as well.

I drove the new Cherokee for a week.

Continue reading for my review.

Jeep Cherokee – Driven originally appeared on topspeed.com on Tuesday, 5 May 2015 10:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon 2015 Easter Jeep Safari Concepts tackle Moab: Video

The 2015 Easter Jeep Safari is still going strong through this weekend, coming to a close on April 5th. Already several days into the annual off-roading event, Jeep is showing off its crop of EJS concept vehicles in this B-roll video.

2015 Easter Jeep Safari Concepts tackle Moab: Video originally appeared on topspeed.com on Friday, 3 April 2015 14:30 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon 2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail

Jeep’s lineup of concept vehicles for the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari wouldn’t be complete without one of its newest products. Meet the 2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail concept. This Jeep gets a host of upgrades and off-road performance parts for tackling the tough trails of Moab, Utah.

2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail originally appeared on topspeed.com on Monday, 23 March 2015 12:30 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Jeep Reveals Seven Concepts For 2015 Moab Easter Jeep Safari

Every year Jeep pulls the covers off several concept vehicles just ahead of the Easter Jeep Safari held in Moab, Utah, and 2015 is no different. This year’s crop includes seven, fully custom Jeep vehicles from the new Renegade to the trusty Cherokee and Grand Cherokee siblings and of course the rough and tumble Wrangler.

Jeep Reveals Seven Concepts For 2015 Moab Easter Jeep Safari originally appeared on topspeed.com on Thursday, 19 March 2015 13:30 EST.

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