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Jeep Opens up Shop on Amazon

Jeep enthusiasts can rejoice since getting their hands on official Jeep gear just became much easier thanks to the brand’s latest business venture. Jeepers can officially shop the brand’s one-and-only “go anywhere, do anything” style on its official Jeep Store by Amazon. Authentic licensed gear, Jeep brand merchandise, accessories, and many other specifically-designed trinkets await Jeepers at the only official Jeep store on Amazon.  Read the rest of this entry >>

The Jeep Compass Looks to the Future

The Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept has recently stolen all the spotlight, but the brand has plenty of other models that are revving up for a redesign and deserve just as much attention. The entry-level Jeep Compass is readying for a complete overhaul for the 2022 model year. Although it’ll be quite sometime before the refreshed model is introduced to the masses, we can look at what Jeep has done with the model in Europe for some clues. The 2021 European version of the Jeep Compass was updated with a dual-clutch automatic transmission and even offers a new turbocharged engine. 2022 marks the model year in which the Compass will also get a new design to go along with the mechanical changes.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Jeep Launches New Ad Campaign Featuring the 2020 Gladiator

Jeep launched an all-new 60-second spot for their new campaign featuring the all-new 2020 Gladiator. Titled “Seats,” the 60-second ad made its debut during the first NFL games of the 2019-2020 season. Creatively crafted to target the “restless,” those who need to be on the move and can hardly sit still will delight in the ad’s voracious outdoor activities. “Seats” is available to view across the Jeep brand’s social and digital media channels, including Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Instagram.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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 >>

2019 Jeep Cherokee is Quintessentially American

According to the latest report from Cars.com, the Jeep Cherokee remains the most American-made vehicle on the market for the second year in a row. The annual study takes into account where the vehicle parts are sourced, where the vehicle is assembled, and how many jobs it creates. The economic impact of the production of the vehicle remains the most important factor in determining a winner.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Look Forward With the Jeep Gladiator Off-Road Camera

Designed to tackle any obstacle, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is ready to combat any large rock, log, or unforeseen dropoff that may stand in its path while off-roading. How does the Gladiator accomplish such a feat? Well, as it turns out Jeep designed an innovative forward-facing camera feature so that drivers can see any possible obstacles over the hood. The camera is housed in the middle slot of the Gladiator’s classic seven-slot grille. Drivers will be able to activate the front-facing camera feature by pushing a button on the Uconnect Off-road pages with the image transmitted right on the touchscreen display.


“The inspiration for the forward-facing camera was our customer, the Jeep enthusiast. We wanted to provide another innovative tool for the Jeep enthusiast to use and have a great time while they are off-roading,” said Pete Milosavlevski, the Gladiator chief engineer. Milosavlevski states that the idea for the forward-facing camera came from feedback generated while riding with customers during off-road adventures.

We should note that the camera is exclusive to the Rubicon trim, the same trim that offers over 80 advanced safety and security features on the Gladiator. Once the camera is activated, it can detect obstacles as close as two feet in front of the bumper and as far as 10 feet in front of the Gladiator. The camera doesn’t only show a preview of what’s ahead, it also offers drivers dynamic guidelines to help them better navigate around obstacles.

The little camera also offers another intricate detail. Designers knew that as an off-road camera it was definitely bound to get dusty, so to combat that they installed a tiny camera washer. When drivers cannot see and do not want to exit their pickups, they’re free to activate the stream from their touchscreen display.

Other special features of the Gladiator include a Dana 44 front and rear axle that gives the Gladiator the ability to tear through all manner of rough terrain. Such a heavy-duty axle gives the Gladiator impressive front-wheel articulation. Additionally, the Uconnect infotainment system is widely considered to be a best-in-class system with its Apple CarPlay and Google Android capability, as well as USB-C ports, advanced features for satellite radio. Those Gladiator pickups equipped with navigation will also record any path taken during an off-road excursion so Jeepers can easily find it again in the future.

For the time being the Gladiator only offers one powertrain, but a 3.0-liter EcoDiesel is expected to become available in the near future. Slated to dump out 442 lb-ft of torque while paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission, this is a Gladiator trim worth waiting for. The Jeep Gladiator is already touted as the midsize truck with a best-in-class tow rating, a capability of up to 7,650 pounds to be exact. Towing ratings aren’t expected to change with the diesel powertrain, but the extra torque will be the perfect boost to make the Gladiator even more of a beast off-road.

Stop by Miami Lakes AutoMall and experience the brand new 2020 Jeep Gladiator. Luxury and function meet to make an outstanding truck that’s sure to delight any existing Jeepers and convert first-timers into brand devotees. If a pickup isn’t what you’re looking for, explore the rest of the Jeep lineup – ranging from the entry-level Renegade to the luxurious Grand Cherokee.

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5 Things to Love About the 2019 Jeep Cherokee

The Jeep Cherokee hadn’t had any major platform changes since its revamped 2014 model, but the 2019 model year marks the first significant update. With the revision comes a new-and-improved look, additional powertrain options, added features, and even more cargo space to make the 2019 Jeep Cherokee a viable competitor in the compact SUV market. Let’s rank the added features that make the 2019 Jeep Cherokee the go-to choice when shopping for compact SUVs, here are five things we love: Read the rest of this entry >>