2018 Jeep Cherokee Out In The Wild? – Autoomobile

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PHOTO GALLERYJeep is out testing the updated Cherokee and our readers keep being awesome by sending over pics and videos of the prototypes This time, our readerspotted a camouflaged prototype of the 2018 Jeep Cherokee running around downtown Pittsburg, PA. Unfortunately the photos don’t reveal what’s going on Cherokee’s front end, an area that proved to be deeply polarizing with the adoption, and execution, of the double headlight setup.Jeep will likely go for a simpler, more easy to swallow take on the nose, one that will also bring the Cherokee in line with the brand’s other models , including the Grand Cherokee and the fresh Jeep Compass . What’s more intriguing though is the sheer amount of camo applied to the rear end, indicating that we’re going to see some major changes there too.The interior will get a range of new upholstery options and the latest generation of FCA’s infotainment system, while new driver assistance systems will make their debut in the Cherokee as well.Jeep is probably going to reveal the updated Cherokee in early 2018.

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2018 Jeep Cherokee Out In The Wild? – Autoomobile

The 2018 Jeep Cherokee should be coming in with a new set of headlights, upgraded tail lights, as well as a reading grille that should match what the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Compass will be offering. Looking at the vehicle in the video, many people seem to believe that it could be the upcoming 2018 Jeep Cherokee but others are not so sure. Is it the Cherokee or do you think it is some other model? A new was released by Carscoops.Com and according to them, the video came from a reader called Louis D.Robert. The vehicle was heavily covered in camo and tarp so it is hard to decide what they are trying to hide underneath.

2018 Jeep Cherokee Out In The Wild? – Autoomobile

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Upgrades other than the engine swap include a Paramount Performance transmission, stronger axles, and a new differential. According to a Facebook post, this beast had an even better run doing 10.5 seconds at 132 mph. The transfer case is stock and clearly has no problem handling this much power—at least not yet. Jim indicated that the cost for a build like this would cost around $40-50,000. Not too bad for an SUV that can hustle the quarter mile in 10.5 seconds.

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