Spy Picture Of 2019 Jeep Cherokee

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A new spy picture of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee has been revealed on the Internet. It seems that Jeep has gone with a more conventional design this time.

The spy picture has been revealed by Auto Blog. It’s a picture of the front of the car. The test mule is heavily camouflaged and hence not much can be said about its styling. However, the headlights of the test mule isn’t a split setup like the one we’ve seen in the outgoing model.

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee would be getting a more conventional headlight setup. A single unit which will most likely be LEDs. Above the headlight is the ‘hockey’ DRLs which look super cool. This new combination makes the grille of the car more pronounced. Talking about the front grille, it looks a bit flatter than the one in the current model. It has the same design though, but maybe a bit broader.

It is being anticipated that the new 2019 Jeep Cherokee would get interiors borrowed from the current model and not many changes are expected there. Also, the company would use the same engines on the new model. Expect this to be launched somewhere around the first quarter of next year.


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