Click on any image to see a larger version and captions. Cars.com photos by David Thomas unless otherwise noted.
The look of the new Cherokee is certainly a showstopper. Whether it is a benefit to the SUV's chances in the market is still a question.
The off-road-ready Trailhawk model has distinct styling.
An optional black matte adhesive stripe is available on Trailhawk models. Manufacturer image.
Limited versus Trailhawk: The top trim levels have different looks for both style and practical uses like the Trailhawk's blacked-out grille slots and red tow hooks. Manufacturer image above, Cars.com photo by David Thomas below.
From the rear it's hard to tell the Limited (left) from the Latitude (middle) and even the Trailhawk (right).
Chrysler's upgraded multimedia system with an 8.4-inch touch-screen is one of our staff's favorites and is available in all trims but the base Sport.
The Cherokee feels like a premium vehicle in this class with sturdy controls that are well positioned and easy to use.
Gauges: Shoppers who don't opt for the top-of-the-line Limited and Trailhawk models with their digital gauge clusters still get a good-looking set of analog gauges with a digital information screen.
The Cherokee offers three different all-wheel-drive systems that can be altered based on the terrain.
Cargo space isn't class-leading but should be sufficient for most shoppers. Cars.com photo by Evan Sears.
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