Tag: Jeep Wrangler

Six New Concepts From Jeep And Mopar For 2014 Easter Jeep Safari

The 2014 Easter Jeep Safari begins from tomorrow in Moab, Utah, and for the very special event Jeep has once again teamed up with Mopar. Together, these two brands will not bring one or two but six new off-road ready concept models, each of which will arrive with a variety of sporty bits and custom exterior elements. Unlike the radical concepts that we have seen in the previous years, this year’s concept models look far more attainable, meaning existing customers will easily be able to customize their vehicles using parts provided by Mopar and Jeep to attain the look projected by these concepts.

So without wasting any time, let us talk about the new models one by one. Jeep will be showcasing three different concept models of Jeep Wrangler: Wrangler Level Red, Wrangler MOJO and Wrangler Maximum Performance. On the technical front, the Level Red and Mojo models have some



2014 Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Wrangler Altitude Edition Models For US

At the Houston Auto Show, Jeep has introduced the new special edition ‘Altitude’ models of the 2014 Grand Cherokee, Cherokee and Wrangler. The models will arrive in Jeep dealerships come spring and will feature unique ‘blacked-out’ exteriors. The name Altitude comes from a one of the Jeep fans who participated in a contest to name a Grand Cherokee concept showcased at the 2012 Houston Motor Show. Starting with the 2014 Cherokee Altitude, the car is based on the standard Cherokee and available with either 2.4-liter MultiAir2 Tigershark I-4 engine or the 3.2-liter Pentastar V-6 engine, in 4×4 or 4×2 configurations.

The 2.4 liter heart delivers up to 31 mpg which is appreciably good, and the Pentastar unit produces 271 hp and can tow up to 4500 lbs. Since it is an Altitude edition, a number of bodily features have been added such as a black daylight opening (DLO), roof rails,



2014 Jeep Wrangler Polar Edition Headed For North American Market

At the Frankfurt Motor Show this year, Jeep showcased the 2014 Wrangler Polar Edition and for sure it grabbed a lot of attention. The auto giant has finally announced that the Polar Edition will be available in the North American Market come November. “Jeep Wrangler is known for its 4×4 capability on any road or trail and in any weather condition,” said Mike Manley, President and CEO – Jeep Brand, Chrysler Group LLC. “The new Jeep Wrangler Polar Edition represents a tip of the hat to our loyal Jeep enthusiasts who are also lovers of outdoor winter activities and adventures.

This new winter-themed Jeep will get them where they want to go, in a fun, new, unique – and very capable – special-edition package.” The car takes its inspiration from the extreme conditions of Antarctic region and it even features a ‘Polar’ badge located on the side near the front



2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport

The Jeep marketing machine seldom misses as opportunity to remind us of the brand’s rugged roots. From the torrent of advertising gushing from Chrysler HQ, you’d be forgiven for thinking that every Jeep owner spends his days forging trails and fording streams, but the fair majority of Jeep products and their owners are happier commuting than communing with nature. Even the Wrangler, stalwart flag bearer for the Jeep brand, has grown in every direction over the decades. With a new engine, a more refined interior and an optional well-sorted hard top, has the Wrangler strayed too far from its billy goat roots? The Wrangler remains one of the most capable off-road machines money can buy straight from the factory.

The answer, of course, is no. The Wrangler remains one of the most capable off-road machines money can buy straight from the factory, and years of abuse, research and development from