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Originally produced by Willys-Overland Motors as a light four-wheel-drive car for the US Army and allies during the World War II, the iconic brand is now owned by Chrysler. While more refined than in the past, Jeeps continue the traditional design and off-road capabilities of their predecessors.
Jeep Crossover Reviews
Jeep revived its legendary Cherokee nameplate for 2014, but can its car-based model cash the checks its heritage writes?
Depending on how you configure it, Jeep’s aesthetically polarizing new crossover can satisfy a wide variety of requests. But is a take-all-comers crossover really a good idea?
Controversial styling aside, can the new Cherokee be both a good crossover and a true Jeep?
Jeep SUV Reviews
Jeep lent us a Wrangler Unlimited and asked us to get it dirty. We obliged.
Volkswagen is pretty much synonymous with diesel in the U.S., but Jeep is jumping in this year by offering a diesel Grand Cherokee once again.
An entry-level Jeep Wrangler is the perfect canvas for those serious about off-roading.
Chrysler struck gold with its 3.0-liter diesel engine, but priced like a rare diamond, this configuration only serves a certain market segment.
Jeep Sports Car Reviews
A 6.4-liter V8 makes the SRT Grand Cherokee very fast, but how does this 5,000-pound SUV handle?
Jeep News View All Jeep News
Chrysler has announced two vehicle recalls covering roughly 566,000 vehicles. The larger recall announcement covers 381,876 Ram pickup trucks equipped with the 6.7-liter Cummins diesel. The recall is a result of two investigations into the trucks concerning fuel-heater housings that showed signs of overheating. Engineers found a terminal connector near the fuel heater that can corrode over time due... more
Each year, Consumer Reports conducts its Reliability Survey in order to determine which vehicles presented the most problems fresh off the assembly line. In this year’s study, the publication found that consumers complained the most about infotainment systems and associated electronics, as more and more vehicles adopt advanced systems that are supposed to make their owners’... more
The 2014 SEMA show is just a few days away and Chrysler has BIG plans for this annual Las Vegas event. The Pentastar’s Mopar division plans to show off a wide array of vehicles in the desert city. Their booth spans an impressive 15,000 square feet and will highlight specially modified cars and trucks from... more
Jeep Wrangler enthusiasts can let out a sigh of relief, for now. According to a recent report from Automotive News, the next-generation Wrangler will remain body-on-frame instead of moving to unibody construction. As a result, production of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler will remain at the Toledo, Ohio plant since the off-roader will continue to feature a... more
Back in May Chrysler made some announcements about their enthusiast-focused SRT brand. They had spun it off as a separate division but that didn’t work out so well so they decided to reconsolidate it as part of Dodge. But this move resulted in a lot of questions, chiefly what would happen to other high-performance vehicles... more
For the first time ever, an American brand has made it into the top 10 of Japan’s Car of the Year selection. The Jeep Cherokee has been given the honor, ranking in the 8th position on the 10 best cars list. Sitting atop the list as Japan’s Car of the Year is the all-new Mazda2 that... more