It’s Back. The Not Grand Cherokee!

Sections: Chassis, Fuel Economy, Powertrain

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We are not sure which Jeep backseat LL Cool J wanted to swing an episode in.  However, there is nothing more iconic than the Jeep Cherokee.  Well, actually there is the Wrangler.  Oh well.  But, it will be nice to see the off-road capabilities and new technologies introduced in the mid-sized Jeep.  Will this mean the absolute end of the Compass/Patriot?  I don’t know.  But it’s exciting to see everyone’s favorite box-on-wheels get reintroduced at the New York International Auto Show.  Except now it seems to be wearing a Grand Cherokee grille.  That’s rounded.
Check the release below:Jeep Cherokee
After 13 Years, Jeep Reinvents Iconic Cherokee
World Debut Scheduled For NYIAS Along With More Than 50 Others       
Jeep Cherokee. The name is instantly recognizable as one of the most capable and versatile mid-size SUVs in the world.
For 2014, Jeep brings the Cherokee name back to North America with the debut of its all-new mid-size sport-utility vehicle.
Set to debut at the New York International Auto Show in March, the all-new, “no-compromise” 2014 Jeep Cherokee sets a new standard with even more best-in-class capability, exemplary on-road driving dynamics, and fuel economy improvements of more than 45 percent versus the outgoing mid-size SUV model.
The all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee will be built in the United States at Chrysler Group’s Toledo Assembly Plant in Toledo, Ohio, and will arrive in dealer showrooms in the third quarter of this year.
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