The Most Awarded Car of 2019? The Jeep Wrangler

It should come as no surprise that the 2019 Jeep Wrangler has yet another accolade to celebrate. This time around Kelley Blue Book (KBB) did the honors, bestowing their coveted “Most Awarded Car of 2019” prize on the Wrangler. KBB evaluates more than 350 models within the year, including models that have already earned other KBB awards within the same year, but only one vehicle can take the top honor.  Read the rest of this entry >>

What the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Has to Offer

For the past year or so, most of Jeep’s attention has been directed towards the all-new Gladiator. Now that it’s launched and breaking midsize pickup records, it’s time for the iconic Jeep Wrangler to step back in the spotlight. Although, 2018 marked a major revamp for the wrangler, it appears that Jeep has decided it’s time for the Wrangler to get some updates. According to Moparinsiders.com, the 2020 Wrangler will feature a new trim package along with some powertrain updates.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Summer of Jeep Featuring Jeremy Renner

Jeep, never one to miss an opportunity for a creative ad, has teamed up with actor, singer-songwriter and musician Jeremy Renner. This isn’t Renner’s first commercial with a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) brand as he was featured in a Ram Trucks commercial that aired during this year’s (2019) Superbowl. The new Jeep television campaign consists of three different spots that feature new music tracks from the artist. The tracks are titled as follows: “Main Attraction,” “Nomad” and “Sign.” As is customary, the brand does a “Summer of Jeep” campaign every year, launching not only on television but also on digital and social channels as well. “Main Attraction,” “Nomad” and “Sign” are all available to stream now.  Read the rest of this entry >>

New Leadership Announced For Jeep North America

There’s a new leader of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) iconic Jeep brand for its most important market – the North American market. Jim Morrison, who was in charge of the Ram Trucks brand in North America, is now moving over to Jeep. Tim Kuniskis, former head of Jeep North America, is shifting back to oversee passenger car brands Dodge and Chrysler for the North American market, as well as maintaining oversight of Alfa Romeo globally.  Read the rest of this entry >>