Chrysler has released new photos of an all-new mid-size SUV that the company is calling the Jeep Cherokee, not to be confused with the existing Jeep Grand Cherokee. You can click the photo above to see additional images.
According to a Chrysler spokesperson, the 2014 model-year Jeep Cherokee is a replacement for the Jeep Liberty. The all-new SUV will officially debut at the New York International Auto Show in March.
The automaker said this vehicle will feature fuel-economy improvements of more than 45% over the outgoing Liberty. Chrysler’s Toledo Assembly Plant in Toledo, Ohio will build the vehicle, and it’s scheduled to arrive in showrooms during the third quarter of this year.
By Greg Basich
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet