Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by valiant67, Dec 19, 2017.
Anybody know the media embargo lift date?
There's just something so... plain about that front end. It needs more detail of some kind.
Also, are those tail lights supposed to not line up like that? The sections on the lift gate aren't at the same level as the ones on the corners. Maybe it's a preproduction issue?
Yeah, I saw the tail light issue too. Hopefully it's just a pre-production thing.
I saw a silver Trailhawk in there
A relatively positive review from MT for Cherokee. They thought the new engine, the smoother transmission, the refined front end, and features such as CarPlay were very positive upgrades.
2019 Jeep Cherokee First Drive: The Anti-RAV4 - Motor Trend (at http://www.motortrend.com/cars/jeep/cherokee/2019/2019-jeep-cherokee-first-drive-review/ )
Think that $34,415 listed for the Trailhawk is the starting price? That's up about $3,400 over the current model!
Think that $34,415 listed for the Trailhawk is the starting price? That's up about $3,400 over the current model! I guess that is with a base V6 over the old model.
I don't think the 2.4 is available in the TH anymore, so that makes sense.
Interesting that the 2.0s torque isn't as noticeable over the 3.2 as they expected.
I wonder if it's the eTorque from the Wrangler version that makes the difference on the low end.
That makes sense.
2019 Jeep Cherokee base model costs less, but other prices jump (at https://www.autoblog.com/2018/01/26/2019-jeep-cherokee-price/ )
@BobbiBigWheels does this mean that Canadian pricing is available now?
Nada on the Canadian side.
Wow, loaded Trailhawk Elite - Canada - >$50,000+ ...
I'm not surprised, it was pushing that already. The problem again is that puts it up against some really nice vehicles from other manufacturers and much more than what people normally shop them against. Way too rich for my blood.
Allpar will be reporting pricing shortly!