There’s no real debate that the Jeep Wrangler is the most popular Jeep of all time, but the Grand Cherokee can make a very solid case for the runner-up spot. The Grand Cherokee these days is more geared toward the luxury-minded outdoor lover or suburban family in love with the idea of getting away, but when it was first unveiled 25 years ago this SUV still offered features that even the Jeep purists could get behind in spite of its utility focus.
The 51st annual Easter Jeep Safari is right around the corner, and the Jeep and Mopar brands have partnered again to create some unique concept vehicles for this year’s event. Today, we get our first look at two of the vehicles.
The desert is beautiful, but it can be a brutal and rugged place. It’s not somewhere that most people plan on spending much time. If you’re a Jeep enthusiast, however, the desert is exactly the type of place you want to go and get lost for a few days. See what we mean in this awesome video of a Mojave Desert Jeep Adventure.
Searching for new buyers with car-based Jeeps in 2006, DaimlerChrysler assumed the more obviously car-like of the two new Jeeps, the Compass, would be more popular. Square, boxy, and later to the party, the Patriot would fill in the gaps with a more male-centric demographic.
MESA, ARIZONA: There are a few Jeep Collections out there, but Omix-ADA’s Jeep Collection is one of the more recognized collections consisting of 31 vehicles spanning the 75 years of Jeep’s history. The exhibit is available for touring in Omix-ADA’s headquarters in Georgia, and they also travel with select models to different shows throughout the year.
Jeep recently announced plans to offer the new Cherokee Overland at the New England International Auto Show. This premium trim is designed to offer a more luxurious option for buyers in the mid-size SUV segment.
If you think traversing the backcountry in a full-equipped Jeep will cost you your first-born child, think again—this 2015 4-door Wrangler JK could be yours for the price of a fu-fu mocha. Each year, the California Four Wheel Drive Association (CAFWDA) fits a new Jeep with the newest high-tech equipment…and gives it away!
Henderson, NV – The final race of the 2014 Jeepspeed season posed a dilemma for nearly everyone in the race. Go all out for a win or try to be smart and protect your championship points. Both strategies played out during the Best In The Desert Henderson 250. The course was very fast which made it tough for those who tried to maintain a conservative pace. Some, who desperately needed points, took their fate into their own hands and pushed hard for the win. The result was a thrilling race that had championship implications everywhere you looked.