Oh, my! Just look at those headlights!

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Besides the traditional seven-slot grille there isn't much Jeepiness in the front fascia.

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A smaller 2.4-liter engine is standard, but my Overland trim came with a 3.2-liter V6.

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This motor puts out 271 horsepower and 239 pound-feet of torque, and is mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission.

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While not Trail Rated, the Cherokee still has a two-speed transfer case and driving modes for snow, sport and sand/mud.

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It's not as hard-core as say, a Wrangler, but it will still best most anything in its class when the pavement melts away.

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From up here the design isn't quite so daring.

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You can get a Cherokee in two-wheel drive, but really... why would you?

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The Overland trim is full of leather, leather and more leather.

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The latest Uconnect system is available in the Cherokee.

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See more photos of the 2017 Jeep Cherokee ahead.

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