Off-Roading in the Jeep Grand Cherokee Across the Pond and Over Rocks
Jeep might be a quintessential American company, but its vehicles are ready for action anywhere in the world.
At the end of this year’s “Mudfest,” members of the Northwest Automotive Press Association gave Jeep multiple awards, including the most coveted of the event: Northwest Outdoor Activity Vehicle of the Year.
The vehicle in the following video doesn’t have a Trail Rated badge or even four-wheel drive, but it sure the hell can get across a creek.
Jeep. We know where the brand is going (to new heights) and where its vehicles can go (everywhere). Where did its name come from, though?
Located just outside of Moab, Utah, Kane Creek is quite popular, and consists of over a dozen miles of creek crossings, sandy parts, rock climbs, and descents.