CARS.COM — If you found the Jeep Cherokee a little funky for your taste in terms of styling, Jeep has made a substantial visual update to its popular SUV for the 2019 model year. The biggest change up front is the headlights: No longer are there driving lights that sit up high in a sort of fanglike unit versus the lower-positioned actual headlights; they've been consolidated into a single bezel that's still a little fanglike, but it sits above conventional foglights.
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Combine that with the redesigned taillights and we see a lot of similarities with the Grand Cherokee and the Compass, two other SUVs from the Jeep brand. We got up close to the updated-for-2019 Cherokee earlier this week at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
For more on the Cherokee's interior, cargo space and performance specs, watch the video above.
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