Jeep is about to present a facelifted version of its most cherokee for next year. We know it because we managed to catch several test models a few weeks ago. As you can see, the 2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk Hides front and rear ends, which suggests what will be changed from the outside. Yet, the outside will not be the only part that changes. The crossover SUV will welcome some details inside and under the hood.
The refreshed 2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk seems to rock a little of the new Jeep Compass. Rather than divide the front and front lights, the high beams, headlights and turn signals are all one unit. The whole fascia seems to be a little straighter than before, although the grille is still tilted backwards.
At the rear, the Cherokee gets new taillights that feature clear lenses, again similar to the compass. The rear bumper is also refreshed. The reflectors mount, and the Trailhawk’s exhaust seems to move inward. One of the Cherokees seems to have a crushed pipe, suggesting that an unlucky engineer had a mishap. The red tow hook seems to be in almost the same place.
The 2019 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk stands out by watching the competition: a V-6 engine, as well as an all-wheel-drive program centered on the road, appear on the pick lists. The 2.4-liter foundation of several cylinders, however, is undernourished, and the 9-speed automatism suffers from gear changes.
The typical 2.4-liter four-cylinder comes under the substantial weight of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee. It’s also noisy and unrefined, so we’re moving away from it. The 3.2-liter V6 engine is noticeably softer and much more muscular, however, in our tests, it provides only a steady acceleration unlike its competitors. A 9-speed car is standard with either engine, and is generally not willing to downshift during passage or melting.