Jeep Lineup Gets 75th Anniversary Special Editions

Jeep is celebrating its 75th anniversary by outfitting its entire lineup with special edition models. 

Every special edition model will be available in a unique green shade, either sarge green, recon green or jungle green, depending on the model. Low-gloss bronze wheels along with bronze and orange exterior accents finish the exterior of each. Inside, the seats, which can come wrapped in unique mesh fabric, are embossed with 75th anniversary logos.

The iconic Jeep Wranger with the 75th anniversary treatment will cost $35,570, while four-door Unlimited models will go for $39,370. Features on this model include low-gloss bronze wheels, tow hooks, badges, bumpers, headlamp rings and grille throats. The wheels are wrapped with Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor tires, while unique rock rails and a low-range transfer case prepare this Jeep for the trails.  A 75th anniversary grab handle can be found inside along with sport mesh insert seats and a 6.5-inch touchscreen.

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Pricing for the 75th Anniversary Jeep Grand Cherokee comes in at $37,770. For that, you get a unique front fascia, grille and headlamps along with 18- or 20-inch wheels. Low-gloss bronze accents can once again be found all over the outside of the Grand Cherokee, while anniversary logos and tangerine orange accent stitching are used inside. Blind-spot monitoring, a sunroof, and an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen are also fitted inside.

2016 Jeep® Cherokee 75th Anniversary edition

For the special edition Cherokee, which costs $30,870, Jeep has used low-gloss bronze 18-inch wheels, badges and trim along with that tangerine stitching on the interior. Anniversary badges, an 8.4-inch touchscreen and a dual-pane sunroof complete the package.

Jeep’s new small crossover, the Renegade, will sell for $26,370, getting you low-gloss bronze wheels, grille surrounds, roof rack, tail light accents, rear fascia and badges. A Beats audio system and the MySky open-air roof system are also fitted.

The Jeep Compass also gets the anniversary treatment and will sell for $23,470. Besides low-gloss bronze exterior accents, the small Jeep gets a power sunroof, remote start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a 2.4-liter engine with a six-speed automatic transmission.

Finally, the Jeep Patriot 75th Anniversary Edition will also sell for $23,470, and is equipped with the exact same features as the Compass.

The entire lineup will be on display to the public at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. They will hit dealerships in Spring of 2016.

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