With the growing crossover segment, the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) market is slowly dying. Still, it’s got life in it yet and no cute-ute can replace the pure utility of a go anywhere, do anything body-on-frame Sport Utility Vehicle. If you’re in the market for one and the Cadillac Escalade is a bit out… Continue Reading...
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Fiat plans to purchase the remaining half of VM Motori, an Italian engine manufacturer whose ownership is currently split in half between General Motors and Fiat. Continue Reading...
Within the next three years, Jeep will add two new models to its lineup, a subcompact crossover built in Europe and a three-row luxury SUV made in Detroit. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is launching a probe into the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee after complaints about fires starting in the headliners of these vehicles. Continue Reading...
God blessed Texas with His own hand Brought down angles from the Promised Land Gave ‘em a place where they could dance If you want to see heaven, brother, here’s your chance… Continue Reading...
A total of 469,000 Jeep SUVs are being recalled for a faulty circuit board that can send a wrong signal causing those vehicles to shift into neutral on startup and even roll away. Continue Reading...
When the redesigned 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee hits dealers, it will do so with a starting price of $29,790 for the rear-wheel drive, V6 model including delivery. Continue Reading...
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has released a list of the top stolen sport utility and crossover vehicles in the United States, compiling data from 2009-2011 model years only. In total, entry-level CUVs were the most stolen with 6,357 thefts while hybrid SUVs were the least with 67 – of course, there aren’t as… Continue Reading...
As always, the Detroit Auto Show delivered with all new vehicle debuts, concepts, and more. For those not fortunate enough to be able to see the sights with their own eyes, AutoGuide has you covered with a fine collection of videos featuring all the stars of the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Chrysler made headlines with its “Imported from Detroit” tagline, and to our surprise, the cars are also exported… to Japan. Continue Reading...
Investigations into both the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2004-05 Ford Freestar and Mercury Monterey have ended, with NHTSA finding that neither issues merit a recall. Continue Reading...
With a heavy heart the staff of AutoGuide.com say goodbye to 2012, along with its triumphs and tragedies. We await the New Year with open arms, and welcome its promise of a better world. According to the Chinese zodiac, 2012 was a year of the dragon, and it proved to be the stuff of legend,… Continue Reading...
At the 2012 Paris Motor Show, Jeep will be showcasing three special editions vehicles, the Grand Cherokee SRT Limited, the Wrangler Moab and the Jeep Compass Overland. Continue Reading...
Over the course of the next three years, Jeep‘s lineup will evolve to add a small and large vehicle, while utilizing platforms shared by Fiat. Continue Reading...
After a press release and a strongly-worded blog response by Gualberto Ranieri, Chrysler’s senior vice president of communications, it seemed as thought the battle between the automaker and with Swedish publication Teknikens Varld was all but over — until the magazine published new claims that prompted the brand to issue another response. Continue Reading...
Without batting an eye, Swedish magazine Teknikens Varld published a rebuttal to Chrysler’s swift rebuke slapped on the once again infamous “moose test.” Continue Reading...
Shortly after our orignal story about Swedish magazine Teknikens Värld’s “moose test,” and how the Jeep Grand Cherokee failed it, we spoke with the company about the reported danger. Continue Reading...
This isn’t supposed to be a problem anymore, but a Swedish publication found during its “moose test” that even at moderate speeds the Jeep Grand Cherokee is at serious risk for a potentially fatal rollover. Continue Reading...
Jeep is bringing a Grand Cherokee diesel to America, and when it arrives, it will likely wear an EcoDiesel 3.0L badge. Continue Reading...
Diesel is quickly becoming a new option for car makers looking to have powerful, yet fuel friendly engines. Mercedes and BMW’s AMG and M, in house tuning divisions have announced future diesel vehicles catered for performance driving, and it looks like the SRT brand will be offering its own in the future. Continue Reading...
Hot off its huge first quarter where sales jumped 33 percent, Chrysler will have four of its North American plants skip the normal two week summer shutdown this year. Continue Reading...
For what seems like forever, North America has been left behind when it comes to diesel cars. Sure there are a few options, but nowhere near as many as our friends in Europe. In fact, according to the Automotive Industry Data Newsletter, 52% of all new car sales last year in Western Europe were diesel… Continue Reading...
Armed with the “Queen of the Nürburgring” Sabine Schmitz behind the wheel, the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 attempted to portray itself as a serious performance machine by taking on the Green Hell. The results may be a bit disappointing though, especially compared to its closest competitor that has ran the ‘Ring which is the BMW… Continue Reading...
Back in January, Jeep launched a competition called “Name My Ride.” It was set up to find the perfect name for Jeep’s latest special edition models. Much to the company’s surprise, the contest drew in well over 100,000 entries from Jeep enthusiasts, with “Altitude” as the winning name. Now Jeep is taking the name to… Continue Reading...