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2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L - Bigger Than Ever With Impressive Tech

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L - Bigger Than Ever With Impressive Tech

The Grand Cherokee can now be had with a third-row, additional tech, and impressive off-road equipment

Jeep has been milking the Grand Cherokee moniker for over 27 years now and it is still one of the top-selling models for the automaker. The SUV is showing its age in the current iteration, but that doesn’t mean the demand is going low. So, instead, Jeep decided to tap into another niche with the same formula. Called the Grand Cherokee L, this SUV rides on an extended platform and has a third row of seats.

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2021 Jeep Gladiator Willys

2021 Jeep Gladiator Willys

Jeep introduces the Willys moniker on the Gladiator now, and as expected, it is off-road-oriented

While special editions are a nice thing to have, an overdose of them isn’t taken too well. Not long ago, Jeep introduced anniversary editions on many of its vehicles, and now, it has come up with another one for the Gladiator. This one is called the Gladiator Willys. Willys models in Jeeps have a different fan-base altogether, so we’ll let Jeep off the hook for this one. The pickup truck comes with a lot of off-road equipment in this edition, and it will be an exciting one for the folks who found the standard Gladiator a little too plain-Jane as per Jeep’s standards. Will this qualify to become a standard trim in the future?

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2021 Jeep Gladiator 80th Anniversary Edition

2021 Jeep Gladiator 80th Anniversary Edition

It features new wheels, all-terrain tires, and commemorative badges amongst other cosmetic changes

Jeep has introduced 80th Anniversary Edition on a few of its vehicles, with the Gladiator being one of them. This special edition brings about new additions on the outside and inside the cabin, but things are the same under the hood. The Gladiator hasn’t been a runaway success for Jeep, despite the hype it garnered before its launch. Will this edition shake-up the Gladiator and bring in sales for the automaker?

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Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept Features Not One Or Two, But Seven Big Screens Inside The Cabin

Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept Features Not One Or Two, But Seven Big Screens Inside The Cabin

Why just seven? There is space for many more screens!

Jeep has been synonymous with rugged, off-road brutes since the beginning. The company started adopting new technologies and feature-rich cabins, but no one looking for a tech-heavy SUV would have a Jeep on the top of their list. But, it seems like the company is hell-bent on getting out of this mold and let customers know that Jeep can build luxurious, tech-savvy vehicles too; case in point is the recently unveiled Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept.

The company released this luxurious SUV and it is loaded to the gills in terms of cabin features and creature comforts. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer didn’t just slap a big touchscreen on the center console to prove its point, but went ahead and equipped six more all around the cabin. However, keep in mind that this is a concept and not all the screens may be carried over.

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This Jeep Wagoneer Woody Will Give You the Feels of the 1980s All Over Again

This Jeep Wagoneer Woody Will Give You the Feels of the 1980s All Over Again

This has to be in the pipeline, Jeep. Has to be.

The Grand Wagoneer Concept looks every bit like the production model that we can expect to see in dealership showrooms in 2022. But 2022 is still a ways away, and as we wait for the production-spec Grand Wagoneer to arrive, we can spend that time admiring all the renderings that have already been released, a lot of which show the hulking SUV in different forms and functions.

One rendering, in particular, caught our attention, not because of who created it — Abimelec Design — but because of what he created. This, ladies and gentlemen, is the Jeep Grand Wagoneer Woody, a creation so nostalgic you can smell the air of the 1980s from your computer screens.

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Jeep Unveils The Grand Wagoneer Concept With Bold Exterior and a Technology-Rich Cabin

Jeep Unveils The Grand Wagoneer Concept With Bold Exterior and a Technology-Rich Cabin

Although it’s a concept, expect the production version to be very similar

After a number of teasers and glimpses of the SUV, the Jeep Wagoneer is finally here. The company has unveiled the concept Jeep Wagoneer digitally. The SUV was in production for three decades, between 1961 to 1981, it was then sent to an exile only to be brought back again for a second run.

Test mules were spotted in 2019 and the automaker confirmed that the nameplate is being reincarnated for the same role it played in the last century. Yesteryear monikers generally receive a lot more attention than new names but also have a lot of hopes pinned on them.

Given how competitive the SUV segment has become in the recent past, can the Wagoneer stand out, or will it become just another name that didn’t bring in volumes for the automaker?

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2022 Jeep Wagoneer - Everything You Need to Know

2022 Jeep Wagoneer - Everything You Need to Know

The iconic Jeep Wagoneer is set to return in 2020 with Ram 1500 underpinnings

Discontinued in 1991, after almost 30 years in production, the iconic Jeep Grand Wagoneer has been rumored to return since the late 1990s. Chrysler first confirmed the nameplate in 2011, stating that it would go into production in 2013, but the Grand Wagoneer was postponed to 2015 and to 2018.

The SUV returned into the spotlight in 2019 when spy shots revealed a full-size Jeep built on a Ram 1500 truck frame and Jeep eventually confirmed the nameplate for a 2020 revival. The SUV is scheduled to debut on September 3 and even though Jeep is still mum on details, we already known a few things about the full-size hauler.

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After Nearly 30 Years, The Jeep Wagoneer Is About to be Reborn

After Nearly 30 Years, The Jeep Wagoneer Is About to be Reborn

Jeep Confirms That The Grand Wagoneer; 7-Seat SUV Debuts September 3

Jeep just released a couple more teaser images for the upcoming Grand Wagoneer and confirmed that the seven-seat SUV will make its public debut on September 3. That’s less than two weeks until the iconic Grand Wagoneer makes its highly anticipated comeback after almost 30 years. And judging by the teasers, it will be Jeep’s most luxurious vehicle yet.

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Check Out the Massive Panoramic Roof on the New 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Check Out the Massive Panoramic Roof on the New 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The 2022 Grand Wagoneer will be the most luxurious Jeep yet, and these teasers prove it

The new-generation Jeep Grand Wagoneer is just around the corner with an official unveiling set to take place on September 3. The iconic nameplate is returning after three decades and Jeep is busy rolling out teasers to create more hype. The latest teaser photos reveal new details from the cabin, as well as a top view that confirms a massive panoramic roof. But it also contains an Easter egg.

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The Jeep Grand Wagoneer Is Coming in Hot - Here's Another Teaser

The Jeep Grand Wagoneer Is Coming in Hot - Here’s Another Teaser

Here’s a new teaser for the upcoming, 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The new-generation Jeep Grand Wagoneer is one week away from making its global debut, and the company just posted a new teaser on social media. This time in the form of a 15-second video, the teaser doesn’t show specific details, but it gives us a glimpse at the SUV’s outline from the front.

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2020 Jeep Gladiator 6x6 by So Flo Jeeps

2020 Jeep Gladiator 6x6 by So Flo Jeeps

This Jeep Gladiator with a Corvette engine looks Armageddon-ready

We’ve seen plenty of Jeep Gladiator aftermarket builds, but this is one of a kind. South Florida Jeeps, aka So Flo Jeeps, has created a monster out of this simple-looking truck from Jeep. Called the SF 6x6G, the company has transformed every single nook and corner of this Gladiator. It rides much higher than the stock model, sits on bigger tires, comes equipped with a lot of additional accessories, has an extra axle, and the best part – packs a Corvette engine under the hood. Can a build get any better?

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2020 Jeep Gladiator - Driven

2020 Jeep Gladiator - Driven

The Jeep Gladiator is a great off-road truck but with a slightly high price tag

The Gladiator was the most anticipated launch of 2020, right alongside the Chevrolet C8. Jeep had revealed the pickup truck concept back in 2005, but it took the company 15 years to bring out the production version. This was going to be Jeep’s first pickup truck in 30 years, so it was natural for enthusiasts to be hyped up for it. Jeep even introduced five different Gladiator concepts at the 2019 Eastern Jeep Safari and gave the Wranglers a miss; which is some sort of a record in Jeep’s history.

The company launched the Gladiator with four trims plus a limited Launch Edition trim, but it expanded the lineup with three more trims within a year. The Gladiator was a true-blue Jeep, but it isn’t bringing in volumes for the automaker, perhaps because of its slightly-higher pricing. But, a year post its launch with new trims in line and price discounts to lure the customers, can the Gladiator rake in sales numbers for Jeep?

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Here's How the $225,000 Hennessey Jeep Gladiator Maximus 1000 Makes the Desert Its Bitch

Here’s How the $225,000 Hennessey Jeep Gladiator Maximus 1000 Makes the Desert Its Bitch

It’s riding on sand dunes like its tarmac!

The Maximus 1000 might arguably be the most popular product from Hennessey today. The truck is a beast in Jeep Gladiator’s clothes. It is plonked with the Hellcat 6.2-liter, supercharged V-8 engine under the hood and given the Hennessey treatment. On paper, the Maximus 1000 checked all the boxes that you’d expect from a truck of this demeanor. But, we have yet to see it prove its mettle in tough terrains or tracks or anywhere in the real world for that matter. However, Hennessey decided to show the world the Maximus’ might and took it to the desert to play with it. Is it still impressive? Hell yeah!

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2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave And High Altitude Special Editions

2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave And High Altitude Special Editions

Jeep has put in a lot of effort to make this worthy of a Desert-Rated badge

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator has proven its mettle since its launch and it’s not a bad off-roader by any means. However, Jeep decided to up the ante and make it even more suitable to desert terrain.

Called the Gladiator Mojave, this is the first Desert-Rated vehicle to come out of Jeep’s factory. Ever. Jeep has improved focus on the Gladiator’s suspension on this rugged pickup truck’s desert-ready version. Jeep also launched the High Altitude Edition that’s got to do more with extra features and luxury than ruggedness itself. This trim will be available on the Wrangler as well.

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The Hennessey Maximus Jeep Gladiator Drops a Ton of Power Between the Engine and the Wheels: Video

The Hennessey Maximus Jeep Gladiator Drops a Ton of Power Between the Engine and the Wheels: Video

It should be renamed from Maximus 1000 to Maximus 692

Do you remember the Maximus 1000? Hennessey injected the Jeep Gladiator with steroids and renamed it the Maximus 1000 earlier this year. Although it looks absolutely stunning in black, the truck’s biggest change was under the hood where the tuner decided to swap the stock Pentastar engine with a Hellcat mill.

The engine was then further tuned to churn out 1,000 horsepower and now Hennessey has released a video of the Maximus doing a dyno run. Although you’d expect it to rev in all its glory, the Maximus actually didn’t make a 1,000 horses. It was a lot less, and honestly, a tad bit disappointing.

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Next-Gen Jeep Grand Cherokee Spied!

Next-Gen Jeep Grand Cherokee Spied!

Given the competition, Jeep needs make sure the 2021 Grand Cherokee hits the bullseye!

SUVs and crossovers are taking over the auto industry and the biggest beneficiaries of this are the existing players. And, when the existing players come with a rich heritage, things just get better. Jeep has had the mid-size SUV, the Grand Cherokee, in its lineup for around 26 years now and it’s still serving well. To keep up with the competition, Jeep decided to develop the fifth generation of the Grand Cherokee which will be launched as the 2021 model. However, not much is revealed about it, except for the fact that it was recently spied under heavy wraps. Yes, the mighty Jeep Grand Cherokee in its latest iteration was spotted doing test runs on the streets of Southern California. Does it actually feel like a new model?

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Jeep Brings The Gladiator To Europe!

Jeep Brings The Gladiator To Europe!

There is trim-downsizing, but it comes with better power output figures

After being launched in the U.S., the Jeep Gladiator is now debuting in Europe. It is slowly finding its feet in the States, which won’t be difficult because people had been waiting for this for a very long time. In May and June 2019, Jeep sold 2,584 and 4,231 examples of the Gladiator, respectively. So, now it’s time for the automaker to focus on its next stop. The Gladiator will be unveiled at the Camp Jeep Event held every year by the Jeep Owners Group in San Martino di Castrozza, Italy. Just to be clear, the Gladiator is just being launched In Europe. It won’t hit dealerships until 2020.

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A Train Wreck Could Have You Waiting Longer For your New Jeep Gladiator, Jeep Wrangler, or Chevy Silverado

A Train Wreck Could Have You Waiting Longer For your New Jeep Gladiator, Jeep Wrangler, or Chevy Silverado

Thankfully, there was no loss of life in this accident

This is the saddest news we’ve heard all day. A train derailed in Nevada a couple of days back, and 33 train cars were damaged in the aftermath. The train was also ferrying brand-new Jeeps, Chevrolets, and GMCs, and they have all been wrecked; well, to an extent. The photos were released by the Lincoln County Sherriff’s Office and are quite disturbing for car enthusiasts. Fortunately, there were no casualties and injuries, but these beautiful vehicles getting damaged is quite disturbing in itself. The forces say the ’debris’ will be cleared out by July 13th. If you were expecting a delivery of your vehicle from these brands anytime soon around Utah, Nevada, and California, you can most certainly expect a delay.

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Turns On The Waterworks With New - And Emotional - Super Bowl LIII Ads

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Turns On The Waterworks With New - And Emotional - Super Bowl LIII Ads

These ads, or at least two of them, are dripping in the feels

A few days after rolling out its first batch of Super Bowl LIII-bound commercials, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is doubling down on the ad campaign with three new commercials for its Jeep and RAM brands. There are two commercials for RAM, one of which looks like it has a tie in with the Los Angeles-based football team that’s playing in the game that also shares the “Ram” name with the FCA-owned automaker. The other two commercials, one for Jeep and the other for RAM, carry a much more serious and emotional tone, highlighting both this great country and the important roles we play in shaping our children to be better than all of us. FCA hasn’t announced at which point in the game these three ads will be shown. Rest assured, though, you’re going to want to see all of them.

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The Jeep Gladiator Herculean Could Scratch That High-Performance, Off-Road Itch

The Jeep Gladiator Herculean Could Scratch That High-Performance, Off-Road Itch

Should we get excited for this high-performance version, or is the Gladiator enough?

The Jeep Gladiator only made its debut last November, and, figuratively speaking, at least, it’s already churning the rumor mill like a pro. Word has it that a high-performance version of the Gladiator is already being drawn up, and it’s carrying the name of a Greek god and hero that all of us are very familiar with. The high-performance Gladiator is tipped to carry the name “Hercules,” a nod to the mighty Olympian sired by no less than Zeus himself. Though we’re short an official confirmation from Jeep, the Gladiator Hercules would be a fitting name for a brawnier version of Jeep’s all-new pickup.

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Jeep to Cease Wrangler JK Production Making Way for new JL Pickup

Jeep to Cease Wrangler JK Production Making Way for new JL Pickup

That means the pickup’s debut is getting closer

Jeep is scheduled to end production of the outgoing Wrangler JK on April 7, 2018. Both the JK and the all-new 2018 Wrangler JL have been built simultaneously since November, but on separate assembly lines on separate sides of the Jeep campus. However, the JK’s end marks the beginning of the Wrangler JL-based pickup truck, the Scrambler.

Moreover, that means the Scrambler’s official debut is quickly approaching. The 2018 Chicago Auto Show is likely the next-best opportunity. The show is slated for February 8 and 9, so we don’t have long to wait.

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Our First Full Look at the China-Bound Jeep Grand Commander: Video

Our First Full Look at the China-Bound Jeep Grand Commander: Video

You’d rather have the upcoming Grand Wagoneer, anyway

Jeep might be as American as apple pie and baseball, but its newest model is headed right for China. It’s called the Grand Commander, and it won’t be found outside China’s borders. Based on a lengthened version of Fiat Chrysler’s CUSW platform that also underpins the Jeep Cherokee, the new Grand Commander will accommodate seven people over three rows.

Jeep is already taking orders for the new SUV despite it not being officially debuted. That is expected to happen at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show in April before it arrives in showrooms shortly after.

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2019 Jeep Scrambler Spotted On The Road

2019 Jeep Scrambler Spotted On The Road

Camo can’t cover Jeep’s new pickup

It’s no secret Jeep is developing a pickup version of its next-generation Wrangler SUV. We’ve seen countless test mules and pre-production examples driving around, but this might be out best look yet. A YouTuber caught this one on video from mere feet as the pair was stuck in rain-soaked traffic.

The camouflage is almost not needed at this point, since Jeep has already released photos of the two- and four-door Wranglers. The only parts in question are behind the B-pillar. It’s unknown how Jeep has designed the transition between cab and bed, what the rear fenders will look like, or how the rear bumper lines up with the bodywork. On that note, this video shows the Scrambler’s rear bumper hanging well below the cargo bed. It actually looks like a Ram 1500’s bumper, but with D-ring shackles like on the Hummer H2. Jeep will have to rework this transition for the production version.

The Scrambler will share most its parts with the Wrangler Unlimited, including its four removable doors, powertrain options, solid axles, and overall design ahead of the cargo bed. The 2.0-liter turbo-four isn’t expected in the Scrambler, leaving the 3.6-liter V-6 and 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 as the two choices. Jeep would be wise to offer the six-speed manual transmission with both engines, too. We know the eight-speed automatic will be offered, as well.

Differences from the Wrangler will include a unique hard top that is hopefully removable, a lengthened frame and wheelbase, and the obvious addition of the bed. We expect to see the Wrangler’s trim levels carry over to the Scrambler, too, including the Rubicon, but new trim lines might debut.

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