The Limited costs $1000 more at $46,960; the Trailhawk’s $48,450 sticker price is a $1500 trim. Jeep says both models have about $4000 of added value over their predecessors.
AEB is standard across the range and the infotainment software is easy to navigate.
Engine outputs are unchanged and the lighter body is offset by more gear, meaning fuel use is up by 0.1L to 9.8L/100km
Vastly improved steering adds precision, though the turning circle is still 11.6m. The suspension jolts on little hits but rolls unperturbed over big bumps.
A revised grille enhances the family resemblance. There are LED lights front and rear and better quality materials in the cabin.