The 2018 Jeep Cherokee is getting a refresh and although Jeep has yet to unveil it, camouflaged prototypes have been caught driving around. This video caught a 2018 Cherokee driving in Los Angeles.
While the 2018 Cherokee in this video is largely covered up, we can see that Jeep has some changes in store for both the front and rear fascias of the SUV. The biggest changes up front seem to be a less controversial front end with more traditional headlights. The current split headlights are expected to go away and instead the 2018 Cherokee will get single units with LED running lights.
The rear of the 2018 Cherokee will likely get updated taillights and maybe even some changes to the rear bumper as well. It’s unknown what changes will take place under the hood, but the 2018 Cherokee could get a new nine-speed transmission.
Expect the 2018 Jeep Cherokee to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. The all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler is also expected to debut at the show.