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Old 27th October 2010, 20:44   #1
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Default All NEW Jeep Cherokee 2011

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guys here are the photos of the ALL NEW jeep cherokee 2011.

it looks much better compared to the outgoing model. the rear tailgate is all powered for opening and closing.

the all new interior is much better and lots have gone into making it user friendly.
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Somehow the chrome grill does not go well with the rugged look of the car. The rear tail lights seem similar to Toyota Fortuner
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^ the seven bar grill is a Jeep trademark.
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As General Dwight D. Eisenhower said, "America could not have won World War II without it."

And one die hard enthusiast said' When I Die, Bury me in my JEEP. 'Cause it's never been in a hole it couldn't get out of'

For sure, Jeep has lost its legacy.

The jeep cherokee 2011 looks like a design inspired from a crossover.Nothing bold and masculine about it anymore.
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First of all, it's Jeep Grand Cherokee (Code:WK), not Jeep Cherokee (Code:KK).

This is better than the previous model, which had double frog eyes. Only SRT looks good in the current model. Actually Grand Cherokee always had smooth lines. The new design is more close to the WJ, the model before the current one, which was a very good looking IMO.

Look at the current line up of Jeep vehicles, apart from the wrangler, all the designs are weird - Jeep Compass, Jeep Patriot, Jeep Cherokee & Jeep Grand Cherokee.

I would say that the current model takes the Jeep designs back to it's root. This model will help the Jeep brand to be back in the game. The Fiat effect is definitely helping . I am waiting for the SRT8 Version!

@Sourabh: +1, Even I felt the rear light looks similar to the Fortuner's
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