Arguably to most polarizing feature of the KL Cherokee was its slanted LED daytime running lights. For 2018, the midsize Jeep gets a slightly normalizing facelift. Continue reading
Jeep’s big announcement for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit were 75th Anniversary Special editions for every model of the line up. These special Jeeps will come with exclusive badging, seats, wheels, and most importantly; green paint. Continue reading
It’s been two years since the Jeep design team gave us the last pair of true concept vehicles for the Easter Jeep Safari – read about my thoughts on the J12 and Mighty FC. Last year’s lifted KL Cherokee Trailhawk was cool, but I’ve been yearning for an off the wall amazing vehicle like this year’s Chief concept. Continue reading
Back in 2009 – Chrysler revealed a plan. A plan that would bring them out of bankruptcy and back into big three status. Last week they re-upped for another five years and gave us a glimpse into the future of the brand.
In addition to a trio of lifted Wranglers, Jeep and Mopar revealed two specially built Cherokees, and a Diesel Grand Cherokee today prior to shipping them out to Moab for the 48th annual Easter Jeep Safari. Continue reading
April has become one of my favorite months for Jeep releases. Between the New York Auto Show and the Easter Jeep Safari; there are typically some cool things to talk about. Continue reading
I’ve been waiting to set see a Mango Tango Cherokee TrailHawk since the KL was introduced almost two years ago. Finally, with the help of a friend who spotted it, I was able to track one down. This particular model was pretty well optioned and had a sticker price just shy of $40K. If I were to buy a Trailhawk, it would most certainly be a V6 Mango with the tow package. Continue reading
My friends tell me that I’ll fall in love anything that says Jeep on the front, regardless of what follows the seven slot grille. That’s not entirely true; I simply get excited when Jeep does things that no one else is doing. Despite the fact that this vehicle is clearly something new for Jeep; it looks a lot better than I had anticipated, it looks like a Jeep.
Without any mention on their social media outlets; Jeep has added a page to their website prepping consumers for an all new vehicle for 2015. Continue reading