The redesigned 2002 Jeep Cherokee will look more like some of its car-based rivals, even though the Cherokee is one of the few off-roaders that its owners actually take off-road. The boxy sheet metal that has changed little since the vehicle bowed for the 1984 model year is gone, replaced with soft curves that flow from the bottom of the fenders to the roof. The 2002 Cherokee will be assembled in a new plant DaimlerChrysler is completing in Toledo, Ohio.
Cherokee takes on more curves
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