Ford has announced a new offer for buyers of the all-new 2017 Jeep Cherokee, offering $10 to $20,000 in incentives.
Ford says the Jeep Cherokee will arrive on April 20 and will have a starting price of $19,990.
The Cherokee has been designed with more room in the front and more cargo space in the rear.
The Cherokee’s rear seats are adjustable and fold flat for easy storage.
Ford says it will also offer the Jeep in two-door and four-door trim options.
The new Jeep will be available for the U.S. market starting with the 2019 model year.
For the Jeep, Ford says, the company will offer three models: the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and the Jeep Renegade.
The Grand Cherokee will be priced at $34,990, the Wrangler at $28,990 and the Renegade at $20.
Ford is offering $20 incentives for the Grand Cherokee and $15 for the Renegades.
Ford will offer the Grand Cherokees with the standard 3.5L EcoBoost engine, which has been upgraded for the Wranglers and Renegades, while the Wrangs with the 2.4L EcoDiesel engine will get the new 3.6L EcoEngine.
Ford says buyers will be able to choose between a front- or rear-wheel drive option.
The Wrangler comes standard with a six-speed automatic transmission and a manual transmission with a four-wheel-drive option.
The Renegade gets a four to six-speeds option.
New Wrangler front fascia available with LED lights and dual-zone climate control optionThe new Wrangler has a rear fascia that is designed to be able for front- and rear-facing parking lights.
The front fascias of the Wrans come standard with LED headlights, and dual lane-keeping sensors that help keep the Wrangers in their lanes.
Ford also says the Wrangle can get an all-wheel steering system.
While the Wrags are the only two new vehicles that have an all new engine, Ford will also get the 2019 Wrangler with the 2017 engine with a 2.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
It is expected that the Wrangles will be offered in a variety of trim levels starting with a base $19.995 model.
The 2018 Jeep Cherokee Limited comes standard for the first time, with a 3.7L engine with variable valve timing and a six speed automatic transmission.
Available in four- or five-wheel models, the Limited comes with a leather seating configuration, a six passenger capacity and the ability to choose a front or rear seat.
Ford will offer a six to eight-speed transmission option for the Limited.
In addition to the limited-edition 2018 Jeep Wrangler, Ford also announced the 2018 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Limited, a four wheel drive model with the same engine, but available in a five- or six-wheel package.
The Wagoneers will start at $26,995 with a two- or four-seat configuration, or $28-35,995 for a four or six wheel drive.
The 2017 Jeep Wrack will be the last vehicle in the family to receive an all engine upgrade, which will likely be available in the 2019 Jeep Grand Coupe.
Jeep Wrack Limited available in four wheel and six-wheeled versionsJeep will also be getting the Wrack’s 6.3L four-stroke turbocharged engine, and it will come standard in a four and six wheeled configuration.
As a refresher, the all new Jeep Wrackle comes standard in the four-wheeling variant with a 4WD drivetrain, while a 6WD option will come in the six- and eight-wheels.
A new four-row, six-seat Jeep Wrangle Limited comes in the base $28k version, and the four or five row options will start in the $35k and $40k versions, respectively.
Two Wrack models will be on display at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit on March 6.
The four- and six row versions are available in three colors, and a four row version will come with a chrome trim, which makes it the first non-black option in the Wrackle family.