Allpar says that the KL Cherokee was first scheduled to come out May 24th.
Then there was the first delay.
Now there is a second one.
First shown in April at the New York Auto Show, the Jeep Cherokee was set to be in dealers at about this time. It was pushed back at least once, and now it appears that, due to at least two heat dispersion issues, the mid-sized SUV will start production around August.
If there is a silver lining this will give the engine and transmission plants time to build up supply. Unless the two heat dispersion issues are the engine and the transmission.