The American automaker isn’t particularly keen on delivering new generations as of late – just look at the Challenger as an example – but it’s at least upgrading its model list every then and now.
Right now it’s time for the Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Jeep Cherokee to get some attention, with a report talking about ordering documents distributed to dealers. More precisely, the Chrysler 300 family will be getting instead of the Limited trim level, then the S and C, with the C Platinum being the range-topper – simpler designations: Touring, Touring L, S, Limited and C. As far as the 2018 Dodge Charger is concerned, the entry-level SE version will be sent to the retirement home and options will instead start from the SXT – while the all-wheel drive Charger version will be re-labeled as the GT AWD trim level.
Not forgetting about the only brand that’s actually doing some work for the group – yes, we know the Dodge Charger and Challenger still sell well, but really, they’re getting seriously old – and we’re of course talking about Jeep. For the 2018 model year Cherokee the brand has opted to ditch the current base Sport and offer the more upscale Latitude grade, and the Latitude Plus will become a new addition for the lineup. More importantly, pricing for the Cherokee Latitude will go down from the current $25,645 base to just $24,395, excluding delivery.
Via Automotive News