2018 Jeep Cherokee Slight Headlights Redesign | Mississauga, Brampton, Ontario
Posted on October 28, 2017
If you’re looking for wild changes to the 2018 Jeep Cherokee, we’re here to tell you the changes are honestly quite minor. And if you were one of the Jeep lovers who really didn’t care for the two-tiered headlights on the previous model, you can relax: that’s one of the notable changes.
Jeep fans either loved or hated the beak-like front end on the previous model, and the split headlights also drew as many critics as fans. That’s the gamble with any risk-taking in auto design, but many Cherokee diehards were apparently unimpressed. Result? The new Cherokee will look more like the Grand Cherokee and the Compass, we’re told. And when it arrives at the top of the new year, the subtly refreshed Cherokee will offer up a nine-speed automatic gearbox and a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Look for added safety gear, LED hockey stick running lights and a license plate lifted up above the bumper once more.
Make a new year’s resolution to come check out the new Jeep Cherokee when it hits Team Chrysler in early 2018.