After leaked photos earlier today, the 2014 Cherokee has now been revealed by Jeep, sporting an all-new design that can really only be described as odd.
With styling elements of the Grand Cherokee and Compass, the Liberty is undeniably unique in the Jeep lineup with tiny slits for headlights and large lower lights, similar to a setup seen on the Nissan Juke.
Set to debut at the New York Auto Show in late March, look for the Cherokee to sport a new 3.2-liter version of the brand’s Pentastar V6 and perhaps even an all-new 9-speed automatic transmission. Either way, Jeep promises fuel economy improvements of up to 45%.
In a release, Jeep said the all-new Cherokee will offer “best-in-class capability,” and “exemplary on-road driving dynamics.”
Built at the company’s Toledo Assembly Plant in Toledo, Ohio, the 2014 Cherokee will go on sale in the third-quarter of this year.