Chrysler to Ship Parts for Recalled Jeeps by Late Summer

If you’ve been antsy waiting for word of when those fixes for fuel tanks might be ready for those recalled 1993-98 Jeep Grand Cherokees and 2002-07 Jeep Libertys, good news: the Chrysler Group has begun manufacturing the trailer hitch assemblies designed to protect the fuel tanks, and plans to get them to dealerships by late summer.

  Comments | By - May 12, 2014

Red Alert – Jeep Wrangler Level Red

Jeep introduced its Moab concept vehicles during the Easter Jeep Safari. This two-door JK Wrangler is known as Level RED and is named after the classification of the most difficult off-road trail. Is it red-trail capable or a red herring?

  Comments | By - May 12, 2014

New Jeep Wrangler Could be the Best One Yet

Let’s not kid ourselves, while people might have grown to develop a deeper appreciation for the Jeep brand with the introduction of new vehicles, the Wrangler is still very much the king of the nameplate.

  Comments | By - May 9, 2014

Bronze God – Wrangler Sundancer Concept

Jeep introduced a new JK Wrangler Concept at the Beijing Auto Show, which they claim combines the legendary capability of the Wrangler with a “touch of sophistication”. Let’s take a look at what makes a more “sophisticated” JK.

  Comments | By - May 8, 2014

Yippee! The Grand Wagoneer is Coming Back

What do you get when you add length and luxury to a Grand Cherokee? In 2018, you’ll get the reborn Jeep Grand Wagoneer and an American competitor to Land Rover with a seven-slat grille. The off-road vehicle company plans to redesign the Grand Cherokee for 2017. Its new platform architecture will serve as the basis for the Wagoneer, which will pack three rows of seats, and offer what Car and Driver thinks will be “a more opulent interior than other Jeeps.”

  Comments | By - May 8, 2014

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