The hunt for colors continues with the all new 2017 Compass! Spotted a Laser Blue Trailhawk today; this is a really great blue! Continue reading
“It’s truly a labor of love for the Jeep team to develop exciting, capable concept vehicles each year for Moab and the Easter Jeep Safari,” said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA Global.
Not to be confused with the existing 2017 model, Jeep revealed the newly redesigned (also a 2017) Jeep Compass this week in LA. It’s not quite what I was hoping for, but it is exactly what I expected. Continue reading
Images of the newly redesigned Jeep Compass surfaced a few days ago – during what looked like the filming of a commercial or an official urban photo shoot. Jeep followed up quickly with a few official images after announcing the vehicle in Brazil. 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
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.
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
When Jeep introduced the Compass for the 2007 model year; I instantly thought (and still think) that it was one of the best names ever given to a vehicle with adventurous aspirations – something Jeep vehicles have always represented. However; the Compass didn’t quite live up to its Jeep heritage, or its own name for that matter. When Jeep announced that Compass would receive an update for 2011; I wasn’t expecting more than a minor appearance refresh. I simply didn’t think that Chrysler would invest a lot of money, time, and energy to significantly update a vehicle that they have already announced will be replaced in a few short years. I was wrong about that, and thankfully so.