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Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by CDJSalesPro, May 22, 2017.
(fixed DS to DT for you)
I'm actually hoping that I absolutely LOATHE the '19 KL Trailhawk so I won't trade mine in.
The Wrangler with Selec-Trac is already a huge problem for me.
Not sure what you just said.
You've seen it, it looks good ?
Your excited to hear an answer to my question ?
I know a earlier (rumor) was that there may be a Chrysler version of the redesigned Cherokee. Is there any news on this? I do like the current Cherokee but would like it better with some Chrysler styling cues to it, especially on the inside.
Allegedly an extended 3 row restyled version for Chrysler.
Not exactly a Chrysler version of the Cherokee since it will be larger and have completely different styling.
more switch-back DRL's - glad this is becoming the norm, rather than having a separate signal and the DRL just shutting off when the signal is in use.
Some cars make it work though (I'm a Viper guy, sue me). Apologies for the page stretch.
Can never go wrong with the Viper.
New changes look good on the Cherokee. Been eyeballing the Cherokee for my kids. One will be driving in a year or so ...
Is this just a facelift or will the structural strength changes made to the compass be on this model also?
Would love to see some spy shots of a new Trailhawk
Glad to see that the Trailhawk still keeps the "real"exhaust tips, and rear red hook. (Looks like one even has a bit of trail damage)
Too bad there wasn't a shot of the front of one, although I imagine that it would keep the same approach angle.
Cherokee been doing squats.
This refresh better be spectacular. They are really, really pushing the current Cherokee with very substantial discounts for purchase and lease.
It's common for sales numbers to drop as a vehicle ages, but Cherokee has fared far worse than normal.
At least in exterior styling this almost looks like a completely different model.
If they improve the interior quality as well and bring some electronic assistance and updated infotainment, then it might do quite well.
I'm not happy with choice of keeping TigerShark in the line up.
Any new front shots of the 19 Trailhawk?