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Jeep Meridian facelift spotted testing; to get ADAS

The Meridian is expected to receive a minor nip and tuck.

Jeep is gearing up to launch the Meridian facelift in India later this year. The SUV, which was teased during the launch of the Wrangler, has now been spotted testing.

The Meridian is expected to receive a minor nip and tuck, including revised headlamps as well as front and rear bumpers. The interior will be similar to the current model but might get new seat upholstery, among other minor changes.

The latest spy images suggest that the Meridian is likely to get Level 2 ADAS. Besides this, Jeep might also offer features like a front and rear dashcam and an air purifier.

The updated Meridian will carry forward the same 2.0-litre diesel engine, which puts out 168 BHP and 350 Nm. It will be paired with either a 6-speed manual or a 9-speed automatic transmission. The Meridian is also likely to get a petrol engine option in the future.

Source: MotorOctane

 
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