The 2020 Gladiator is Already Racking up Awards

The Jeep Gladiator has been slowly making its way towards dealer lots as the official release is scheduled for Summer 2019, but the industry accolades are already starting to pile up. Just this past week, the all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator – whose tagline is “The most capable midsize truck ever” – ruled the 25th annual “Mudfest” competition hosted by the Northwest Automotive Press Association (NWAPA). Turns out Jeep was the big winner in three of the six vehicle categories thanks to the all-new 2020 Gladiator taking home top honors as it was voted “Northwest Outdoor Activity Vehicle of the Year” by NWAPA journalist members as well. [click to continue…]

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Grand Wagoneer Rumors Swell

It feels as if news about the upcoming Jeep Grand Wagoneer trickle out so slowly that it’s easy to forget Jeep has this ace up its sleeve. Besides recent rumors about there being a potential Trackhawk variant of the Grand Wagoneer, the last time we had any official mention of the upcoming vehicle was when Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) announced that the Grand Wagoneer was still happening, but plans had been delayed due to the retooling of the Warren Truck Assembly plant. So what’s new on the Grand Wagoneer news front? Spy photographers are convinced that they’ve spotted a Grand Wagoneer test mule disguised under a Ram 1500 body. [click to continue…]

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Four Reasons Jeep Concepts at the Easter Safari are Awesome

Rabid Jeepers have been converging on the town of Moab, Utah, for the past 53 years for the Easter Safari. Jeep vehicles surrounded by red slick rock and some of the most memorable and iconic martian landscapes the U.S. has to offer makes for some of the best concept debuts every year. National Parks such as Arches and Canyonlands provided a memorable background with this year’s event and its 40 designated trails for Jeepers to gobble up. The upcoming launch of the 2020 Gladiator was the inspiration for this year’s concepts – with five out of the six concepts presented entirely based on drivable production vehicles. Here are four reasons this year’s Easter Safari concepts rock. [click to continue…]

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Jeep and FCA March Onward

The auto industry is undergoing rapid and historic change, with General Motors and Ford placing big bets on the future of mobility. Bold investments in autonomous and electric vehicles are all the rage at the moment, but the smallest of the big three, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), is working quietly in the background while bringing the most fundamental change in the market. FCA’s Jeep mega-brand has emerged as the anchor that’s helping the automaker gain its firmest footing in the industry in decades. [click to continue…]

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Jeep Unleashes Six Gladiator Concepts at the 2019 Easter Safari

Jeep is so excited to celebrate the arrival of their all-new Gladiator pickup that it’s dedicated its entire 2019 Easter Safari lineup of concept trucks. This time around not a single Wrangler was found. Jeep is presenting six pickups in total at the 53rd Moab Easter Safari. Here are the outrageously awesome details of all the trucks Jeep is bringing to the 2019 Easter Safari. [click to continue…]

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Jeep Introduces the 2020 Gladiator Launch Edition

It’s been 27 years in the making, but Jeep’s new pickup, the Gladiator, is finally here. Jeep is offering a Launch Edition of the Gladiator for one day only to kick things off. Prospective buyers who might be interested will be able to pre-order the Gladiator Launch Edition only on April 4th, a day Jeep has deemed 4×4 day. Jeep is celebrating its devoted fans with pre-order availability unrelated to the Gladiator Launch Edition commencing on April 3rd as well.
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All-New 2020 Gladiator is Ready for Battle

On average 1,400 midsize pickups are sold per diem in the U.S, but until now none of them can offer removable doors. In just a few weeks, the Jeep Gladiator will enter the market to fill that small (but noteworthy) gap. The all-new Gladiator represents Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) and Jeep’s first venture into one of the industry’s hottest segments after a 27-year absence. Drastically different from all rival trucks, the long-awaited Gladiator offers much more than removable doors. [click to continue…]

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A Three-row SUV Will Soon Join the Jeep Lineup

Plug-in hybrid variants from Jeep, the Renegade and Compass models, might’ve stolen all the limelight when they debuted at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show. The fact that Jeep is ready to introduce its three-row SUV might’ve been lost in translation, but Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO Mike Manley officially confirmed the development of said three-row SUV. It’s scheduled to slot between the next-generation Grand Cherokee and the upcoming Range Rover rival, the Jeep Wagoneer. [click to continue…]

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First Plug-In Hybrid Variants from Jeep debut at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show

The times they are a changing and even though Jeep is big on tradition, the iconic brand is devoted to innovation and change to keep up with the times. It was at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show where Jeep unveiled the first two plug-in hybrid options from their lineup – the Renegade and Compass models – as part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) massively ambitious electrification plans. Jeep touts that their new hybrid powertrains will improve gas mileage, but most importantly the new drivetrains will not compromise that off-road performance that Jeep is known for. [click to continue…]

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2019 Jeep Compass vs. 2019 Jeep Cherokee

Those in the market for a small Jeep crossover should look no further than either the Jeep Compass or the Jeep Cherokee. The fact that both are similarly priced, similarly sized, and offered with a similar range of engines and optional extras might make it hard for some prospective buyers to choose, but we’ve gone ahead and broken down each crossover to help people determine which best suits their lifestyle. Let’s see how these two fare when compared head to head. [click to continue…]

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