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Altitude Package Returns To The 2019 Jeep Cherokee:

Jeep Spicing Up Cherokee In Middle Of Model Year...

Yesterday, we told you that the Jeep brand was adding some new standard features halfway into the 2019 model year for the 2019 Jeep Cherokee Latitude Plus 4×2 model. Well the Jeep brand isn’t finished. Returning this month is the popular Altitude trim level for the Cherokee.

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee Altitude is based off of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee Latitude Plus models with the following added features…

Exterior:

  • Gloss Black Accents
    • Jeep & 4×4 Badging
    • Roof Rails
    • Upper Grille Surrounds
    • Chin & Fog Surrounds
    • Day Light Opening Moldings
  • Unique Cherokee Badge: Matte Black Lettering w/ Gloss Black Surround Tracer
  • 18-inch Gloss Black w/ Gloss Black Center Cap Aluminum Wheels
2019 Jeep Cherokee Altitude. (Jeep)

Interior:

  • Piano Black Finishes
    • Outboard A/C Outlet Bezels
    • Steering Wheel
    • Door Applique
    • Shift Knob Top Insert
  • Black Seats w/ Black Accent Stitching
  • Door Armrest and Console Lid w/ Black Accent Stitching

The package is available in front-wheel drive or 4×4 models. All of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee’s engine options are available as well. The 2.4-liter is standard, or you can upgrade to the 3.2-liter Pentastar or the all-new 2.0-liter Turbo.

2019 Jeep Cherokee Altitude in Pearl White. (Jeep)

Optional Equipment for Altitude models are as follows…

  • Cold Weather Group
  • Comfort Convenience Group
  • Trailer Tow Package
  • Dual Pane Sunroof
  • Premium Audio
  • Compact Spare on FWD Models

Available Colors:

  • Bright White
  • Billet Silver
  • Diamond Black
  • Granite Crystal
  • Pearl White
  • Velvet Red

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee Altitude is available for ordering at your local Jeep dealer. This vehicles should be appearing at showrooms within the next few weeks. Starting MSRP for 2.4-liter FWD model is $27,490, and 2.4-liter 4×4 model is $28,990.

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