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Discussion in 'Mopar News and Rumors' started by CDJSalesPro, Mar 9, 2017.
People (myself included) did not like the Cherokee when it first broke cover
Do we even know when we'll catch a glimpse of it?
I have a feeling NYIAS will be big for FCA. I am tempted to try to make it this year, if only for the SRT Durango.
Not sure yet. The production schedule for the Cherokee at Belvedere starts May 15, 2017 and production of the 2017 model year ends on August 26, 2017.
I had thought of doing that as well.
I'm going to be in the area a week after the show is over
I'm going. Wouldn't it be nice is the new Cherokee dropped there....
Is that the status as of today? I thought I had seen a late July date for the 2018 production to start.
(Not calling you out, or questioning you, just asking )
That would could result in me going to NY too
I haven't been to that show in 10 years
Grill Looks Dodge like.
Truth be told, I still don't like the aesthetic of the Cherokee unless it is a Trailhawk, or just recently, an Overland. Would I buy one? For sure, it is a great vehicle, and guess what? "I can't see the front end from the driver's seat."
The refresh will, IMO, make it the best SUV in its class under every "check mark".
...about 200,000 people might disagree with you
or might not .... or 323,750,000 might agree ...... the other .06% of the population that bought one may be neutral on its looks but buy it because of the Utility and Reputation of Honda.
Styling is Subjective..... but that clip is just horrible. Not tough, Not stylish, Not Cutting edge, not polarizing, just a mishmash of Chrome lines.
But you only need to appeal to .1% and you have a viable product.
The difference is the Cherokee was polarizing, it was a shocking departure not only for Jeep but for a very bland segment. The Honda manages to be conservative and unattractive at the same time.
Similarly, the Trailhawk or Altitude models are the ones I like the aesthetic of the most.
"Polarizing" is just a spin word for ugly in the marketing world. But as long as it sells, who cares?