Oh, my! Just look at those headlights!
Besides the traditional seven-slot grille there isn't much Jeepiness in the front fascia.
A smaller 2.4-liter engine is standard, but my Overland trim came with a 3.2-liter V6.
This motor puts out 271 horsepower and 239 pound-feet of torque, and is mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission.
While not Trail Rated, the Cherokee still has a two-speed transfer case and driving modes for snow, sport and sand/mud.
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.
From up here the design isn't quite so daring.
You can get a Cherokee in two-wheel drive, but really... why would you?
The Overland trim is full of leather, leather and more leather.
The latest Uconnect system is available in the Cherokee.
See more photos of the 2017 Jeep Cherokee ahead.