The Jeep Cherokee has been with us since last year and it’s been a mixed bag in terms of reception, mainly with its aesthetics.
It’s a love it, or hate it sort of ordeal, with the traditionalists hating it and missing the classic, boxy look of the classic XJ Cherokees.
And the news doesn’t get better for its planned facelift in 2016, which Jeep’s CEO, Mike Manley said, should maintain its overall, core looks.
“The overall styling, the overall shape, the overall accommodation of that vehicle is spot on,” remarked Manley. And while many car enthusiasts might be divided with their agreement on this comment, Jeep has sold quite a few number of Cherokees since it was revealed, making it a hit and the best selling SUV in the United States from January to June of this year.
Do you think the Cherokee just needs an overall redesign? Or have you gotten used to its looks?
Let us know.