Since it was launched in 2014 the Cherokee has seen mild sales success.

It is due for an update in 2018 but the Cherokee has a heritage that dates back to 1974.

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The Trailhawk is the Cherokee for true 4WD enthusiasts. Now the style of the Cherokee is more in the AWD SUV style and being based on the Alfa Romeo Giulietta there are some question marks about its suitability for hard terrain.

However being Rubicon rated the Trailhawk easily fills the 4WD role at the top of the model line-up.


Externally the Jeep Cherokee style has a unique interpretation of the traditional 7 slot Jeep Grill.

Personally I like it and the overall style is like so many other midsized SUV’s, yet distinct as well.

The designers have a design that is fluid, and has remained fresh through its life cycle and retains essential elements of Jeep DNA.

Stylish design elements, such as slimline daytime running lights as ‘eyebrows’ with lower headlights, combine with traditional DNA elements.

These are the peaked seven-slot grille, trapezoidal wheel arches and the functional ‘kink’ in the beltline mated to a tough, durable lower body.

This design provides the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk with a commanding road presence.

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