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What’s new with the Jeep Cherokee for 2018?

For 2018, Jeep is updating the popular Cherokee crossover. Here’s what you can expect from the new vehicle;

  • For 2018, Jeep® Cherokee includes realigned trim levels with enhanced standard equipment providing exceptional value to consumers
  • New for 2018, the base trim is the Latitude, which includes premium standard features such as: 17-inch aluminum wheels, fog lamps and high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps, roof rails, rear back up camera, bright daylight opening (DLO) moldings as well as body-color mirrors and door handles
  • Addition of new Latitude Plus trim adds popular features as standard equipment at a price customers will appreciate: 8.4-inch Uconnect radio with color touch screen, SiriusXM Radio, Passive Entry/Keyless Go, cloth seats with leather inserts, leather steering wheel with audio controls, eight-way power driver seat with power four-way lumbar support, ambient lighting, 115-volt AC outlet at the back of console and 17-inch aluminum wheels with a unique finish (late availability)
  • Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk also adds new standard features for 2018, which include Blind-spot Monitoring, Cross Path Detection and ParkSense Rear Backup Warning plus Dual-zone/Automatic Temperature Control
  • Jeep Cherokee Limited trims now feature standard features such as Blind-spot Monitoring, Cross Path Detection and ParkSense Rear Backup Warning as well as a power liftgate
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