Jeep has revamped the Cherokee for the 2019 model year, adding a new design, more interior room, and another engine option. The 2019 Cherokee is otherwise largely the same as the previous-gen crossover, which isn’t a bad thing. After a week in one, we think it’s a vehicle that is worthy of carrying the Jeep Cherokee name.
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