If you’re thinking about buying a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee, it’s better to get four-wheel drive because that version of the car is safer in a crash.
Jeep is the quintessential off road brand, with the first Jeeps ever built going to the military. Jeep has barely changed its styling over the last 50 years, but the brand has a strong and loyal following. Models to watch: TJ, Rubicon, Grand Cherokee SRT8
Like memories of band camp August is dead and buried. Regrettably the eighth month of the year didn’t go quietly; it took summer down with it. Sure, the season’s not officially over but we’re too emotionally devastated about the loss to care. At least new-vehicle sales in the U.S. were strong.
The 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is getting a slight bump in the performance category.
The 2015 North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year long list has been announced.
It’s that time of the month again, folks. For a collectively painful but short period of time, manufacturers are putting their usual press release repertoire to the side, instead focusing on what really matters: the almighty dollar.
A big factor in selling cars is the power of the brand a model is tied to. With that in mind, these five brands must have a tough time moving units at their dealerships.
Chrysler is planning to recall even more vehicles related to an ignition switch issue.
Here’s your chance to take a look at the exciting new cars we’re testing this week including the muscle car everyone is talking about: the 707-hp Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. Read about the other cars populating the AutoGuide garage right here.
Chrysler says that it can have a recall to fix around 1.56 million Jeeps finished by March, much sooner than the timeline of a few years the company estimated as first.
Chrysler’s jump into diesel is paying off, enough so that the brand is asking its supplier to send more of the oil burning engines.
On American Independence Day, better known as the 4th of July, we celebrate everything to do with the United States of America, and where would this nation be without its cars.
Chrysler has been called into question over the timeliness of a Jeep recall, and today the brand released a statement to clear things up.
Like many other automakers, Jeep will be focusing on fuel economy for its next-generation Wrangler.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is demanding answers from Jeep regarding the timeliness of a recall that affects 1.56 million older Jeep SUVs.
Later this year the V6 Jeep Cherokee or four-cylinder Chrysler 200 will both add engine start-stop (ESS) technology to their list of standard equipment.
Crossovers and SUVs aren’t just rising in popularity with consumers – thieves are noticing them as well.
Two investigations covering 1.2 million vehicles could make Chrysler the next company to announce a major recall to fix faulty ignition switches.
Chrysler is extending the warranty on one of its most popular engines.
Jeep’s upcoming Renegade small crossover is scheduled to arrive in U.S. showrooms late this year as a more rugged alternative to the Chevrolet Trax, Nissan Juke and Kia Soul.
Chrysler is recalling several models over the course of two campaigns.
A recall campaign from 2012 might not have adequately addressed issues with inadvertently deploying air bags in 744,000 Jeep vehicles.
The nine-speed automatic transmission that Jeep uses in its new Cherokee compact crossover is still having problems.
The next version of Jeep’s venerable Wrangler might follow in the Ford F-150′s footsteps tire tracks.
With all the changes happening to the SRT brand, what’s going to become of its vehicles?