Jeep

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.

The Originator of the Duck Duck Jeep Movement Has Passed Away

One of the things that seems to divide Jeep owners more than other issues is the little rubber ducks seen on dashboards at trails across the country. While they seem to be everywhere now, “ducking” Jeeps is a relatively new phenomenon, having only started during the pandemic. Sadly, though, the person behind the cheerful movement recently passed away.

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Stellantis to Lean On Jeep to Boost Sales and Revenues

We recently reported on the Jeep brand’s 23rd consecutive win as the nation’s most patriotic car brand. While that’s a big honor for any American automaker, Stellantis wants to capitalize on that equity by leaning on the Jeep brand to boost revenues. The company said it expects Jeep sales to grow by 50 percent globally over the next three years, aiming for 1.5 million units by 2027.

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QOTD: Does Automotive Patriotism Mean Anything to You?

Yesterday we showed you that for the 23rd year in a row, Jeep stands atop a list of patriotic brands, both automotive and not.

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Jeep is Ranked the Most Patriotic Brand for the 23rd year in a Row

Though Memorial Day marks the start of summer for many Americans, July 4th is the official holiday of summer. The annual ranking of the most patriotic brands has landed as we approach the holiday, and Jeep has again taken the top spot.

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The Mopar 2024 Jeep Gladiator Gets Appearance Upgrades But Not Much Else

Jeep might be several miles down the road on its electrification plans, but that hasn’t stopped the automaker from working to promote and sell new gas vehicles. The Gladiator receives Jeep’s special edition treatment for 2024, entering the model year with a Mopar model that will hit the streets with a range of upgrades over the standard model, including unique Rubicon graphics, exclusive interior and exterior touches, and a super-limited production run of 250 units.

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Jeep Details the New All-Electric Wagoneer S

We first heard about the all-electric Jeep Wagoneer S a while back, and the automaker recently detailed specs and performance for the sleek SUV. While it will retain some of the brand’s off-road prowess, the S will also sport breathtaking acceleration and more screens than are probably necessary.

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Jeep Confirms Plug-In Hybrid Gladiator 4xe for 2025

Jeep is adding Tuscadero to the Gladiator color catalog due to high demand, and the automaker will soon bring another popular option to the Wrangler-like pickup. The automaker recently confirmed rumors that it would offer the 4xe plug-in hybrid powertrain for the Gladiator, saying that the new truck is coming for the 2025 model year.

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QOTD: Are You a Colorful Car Owner?

Jeep has brought back the Tuscadero color for the Wrangler, and now added it to the Gladiator.

For those unfamiliar, it's eye-searingly pink.

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Jeep Adds Tuscadero to Gladiator Paint Palette

In most instances, we would pass on using a news slot for the announcement of a simple paint color. But in an era where our roads are inundated with approximately four trillion shades of grey, the introduction of an eye-popping hue is worth the attention.

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Pinky Promise: Jeep Brings Tuscadero Paint back to Wrangler

Always seeking to give a nod to the desires of their fan base, Jeep is returning to a particularly colorful well with a popular paint option for the revised 2024 Wrangler.

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Used Car of the Day: 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8

Today we bring you a hot-rod 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 with under 60K miles on the clock.

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Used Car of the Day: 1989 Jeep YJ Laredo

Today we bring you a lifted 1989 Jeep YJ Laredo.

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Quartet of Jeep Concepts for 58th Easter Safari

For ages, Jeep has been using the fan-directed Easter Jeep Safari in Moab as an opportunity to show off working concepts to brand faithful. This year is no different, with four machines appearing on the slickrock.

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Used Car of the Day: 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Today we bring you some cheap wheels. The ask for this 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee is just $3,800.

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The Jeep Wrangler Sends the V8 Off With a Bang

Back in the early 1990s, when I was in high school, a friend’s dad owned an off-road parts distribution company, and we had a ton of fun with his Chevy big block-swapped Jeep CJ. I specifically remember shredding the driveshaft on at least three Tennessee backwoods trails. Modified Jeeps are nothing new, but the automaker is jumping into the fray with a send-off model to honor the rowdy V8 it offered for the SUV’s last few model years.

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Used Car of the Day: 2000 Jeep Wrangler

Hey there, want a 24-year-old off-roader? This 2000 Jeep Wrangler might be the ticket.

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Jeep Showcases Easter Treats

The annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab will kick off later this month, meaning we’re in for a deluge of teaser shots for whatever the mad scientists have cooked up in the Jeep labs ahead of this year’s gathering.

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Lone Star Special: 2024 Jeep Gladiator Texas Trail

Car companies have been building vehicle trims specifically for the Texan market for some spell, pandering to celebrating the Lone Star State with these special editions.

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Feeling the Pinch: Jeep Recalls 338k SUVs

In a new recall, some members of the Grand Cherokee family will require a dealership visit to sort out a problem with upper control arm pinch bolts which may have been damaged during vehicle assembly.

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2023 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L Series III Obsidian Review – Smooth Sailing

The word “Hurricane” doesn’t usually conjure up a feeling of smoothness. Hurricanes are brutal forces of nature that involve whipping winds, flying debris, and extremely choppy waters.

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Jeep to Release Electric Wagoneer S This Fall

People poked fun at Stellantis in the U.S. for stretching the Hellcat engine as far as it could possibly go, but the automaker is now eying electrification. Even Jeep is involved, first announcing the Recon EV and now, the Wagoneer S. The sharply styled EV is set to debut this fall.

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Big Meats: Jeep Offers 35-Inch Tires on 2-Door Wrangler

If you’ve been putting off picking up a new Wrangler just because Jeep doesn’t offer the Xtreme 35 Tire Package on two-door models of the Rubicon and Willys, you have officially run out of excuses.

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Say Goodbye to Another V8: Jeep is Reportedly Discontinuing the 392-powered Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 blends the brand’s iconic off-road capability with a stunning Hemi V8, but the SUV’s time on the market is limited. A JL Wrangler Forums member got ahold of a letter from the automaker to dealers, telling them that it will allocate a single Final Edition of the V8 Wrangler if they can beat last year’s January sales numbers.

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Opinion: Making Sense of the Stellantis Auto Show Decision

News broke earlier this week that Stellantis would pull out of auto shows, including the upcoming Chicago Auto Show, for the foreseeable future.

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The Jeep Renegade Will Soon Leave the U.S. and Canada

It’s the end of an era. Maybe not the most impactful or exciting era, but the end, nonetheless. Jeep is killing the Renegade in the U.S. and Canada after several years of declining sales, ending the run of its most affordable model.

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2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 4XE Review – Getting Your Money’s Worth?

In general, I am on record as liking the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It’s one of the vehicles that I would consider buying with my own money.

I am not sure that same consideration extends to the electrified version. The 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4XE costs a pretty penny, especially when you opt for the off-road-oriented Trailhawk trim, and while I like the concept of plug-in hybrids in general, this one might not be worth the dough.

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Jeep Recalls 45,000 Electrified Wranglers Over Fire Risk

Following eight reports of vehicle fires, Jeep has decided to recall 32,125 examples of the Wrangler 4xe PHEV in the United States. The vehicles come from the 2021-2024 model year, with roughly 13,000 being situated outside the U.S. While parent company Stellantis has said the vehicles can continue being driven, it's advising customers against charging them and has likewise recommended parking them outdoors away from anything you might not want burned.

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Used Car of the Day: 2001 Jeep Wrangler SE

Today we go back a couple of decades to feature a 2001 Jeep Wrangler SE.

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Stellantis/UAW Deal Spills Tea on Future Product

One of the most common refrains from automaker PR departments is “we cannot comment on future product.” Fortunately, the recent agreement between Stellantis and the UAW blew the doors wide open on that particular topic – at least for the Auburn Hills company.

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Used Car of the Day: 1988 Jeep Wrangler YJ

Today's UCOTD comes from your author's backyard. Not literally, of course -- this 1988 Jeep Wrangler YJ is for sale in Chicago's near north suburbs.

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Used Car of the Day: 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

Today's UCOTD comes to us from the South -- it's an Atlanta-based 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT.

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Report: Jeep May Ditch V8s in Wagoneer Brand in Favor of Hurricane Six-Cylinder

Despite electrification taking over the national conversation, the automotive world isn’t going electric overnight. The transition to an electrified future will be a multi-step process that includes shifting away from fuel-thirsty powertrain configurations in favor of more efficient turbocharged and hybrid engines. Some automakers are taking that step already, and a new report suggests that Jeep could be next.

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Jeep Gifts Wrangler Updates to Gladiator


In what’s likely the most obvious move this year other than the Blackhawks taking Connor Bedard in the NHL draft*, Jeep has announced they are applying to the Gladiator nearly all the same updates its close cousin, the Wrangler, earned a few months ago.

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Used Car of the Day: 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8

We're sending you into the weekend with this 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee -- a bunch of muscle and mods.

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Used Car of the Day: 2016 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon

Today we bring you a heavily modified 2016 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon as our used car of the day.

This is for your off-roading dreams.

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Used Car of the Day: 1988 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

Today we have a Jeep owner who is "sad to sell" their 1988 Jeep Wrangler Sahara.

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Jeep is Cutting the Diesel Option for the Gladiator Pickup

Diesel engines are great at a lot of things, but many automakers are dropping oil burners as they transition to electrification. Ford cut the option from its F-150 line over a year ago, and Jeep removed diesels from its Wrangler lineup heading into 2024. Now, it’s the Jeep Gladiator’s turn, and the automaker recently announced plans to remove the diesel option from the truck’s configuration list after a final FarOut special edition model.

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2023 Jeep Wrangler 4xe Rubicon Review – Charged-Up Jeep

The first thing you should know about the 2023 Jeep Wrangler 4xe Rubicon is that aside from the powertrain, the experience is pretty much the same as it would be with any other Wrangler.

In other words, if for some reason the idea of a PHEV Wrangler bothers you, relax.

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Used Car of the Day: 2004 Jeep Wrangler

Today's UCTOD is a 2004 Jeep Wrangler TJ -- with a manual.

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Mopar Offers Parts to Build a Jacked-Up Jeep

Owners of late model Wranglers and Gladiators can now jack their rides skyward courtesy of a new kit from the official Jeep Performance Parts catalog.


Hey, it beats sketchy wooden logs and some hockey pucks.

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2024 Jeep Wrangler Review: A Refreshing Refresh

I was a latecomer to the Jeep lifestyle. As the bumper sticker says, I didn’t understand the Jeep thing. I’d briefly driven a couple of older ratty and rattly CJs in my time as a service writer a decade or so ago, trying to pinpoint suspension issues for the techs who were too busy not torquing lug nuts to actually do diagnoses. But the whole thing was an issue, each old Jeep driving poorly on-road - the only terrain I’d ever encountered on purpose.


But then I bought one when our minivan grew old and my bride expressed a desire for more wind-in-the-hair motoring on her commute. Four doors and toplessness seem to be mutually exclusive outside the offroader realm, so to the Stellantis dealer we went. And then I began to see what everyone else already knew.


The 2024 Jeep Wrangler is refreshed, building upon the JL platform introduced in 2017 to much fanfare. Jeep sent journalists to southern Utah to experience the refreshed 2024 Jeep Wrangler in a variety of flavors in the terrain seemingly built for the Wrangler lifestyle. Is it still the one?

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Stellantis Limiting Availability of Gasoline Models by State Emission Rules

Stellantis is reportedly no longer allocating gasoline-only vehicles to the fourteen states with leadership that has agreed to adhere to the emission standards set by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). While the rules exceed federal standards, they’ve been embraced by coastal regions and beginning to influence how the industry does business. 

For Stellantis brands (e.g. Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram, etc.) this means dealer allocation will prioritize powertrains based on how restrictive the local emissions standards happen to be.


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Jeep Announces Pricing for 2024 Wrangler

Jeep recently showed off the 2024 Wrangler, promising a more functional, even more off-road-capable SUV with updated tech and a better interior. The early previews look promising, and now we know how much the automaker plans to charge for its updated icon.

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Jeep Cherokee Recalled for Liftgate-Related Fire Risk

People often ask about fire risk with electric vehicles, but the reality is that gas-powered models catch fire much more often. Jeep is taking extra precautions with more than 200,000 SUVs for fire risk, advising owners to park outside until it can issue a fix. 

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Opinion: Subbrands Are A Marketing Failure

Automakers seem to love the idea of subbrands.

The most recent one to make this sort of shift -- Land Rover.

What I can't figure out is: Why?

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Jeep Thrills: Customers Snapping Up 4xe Off-Roaders

It hasn’t been too many flips of the calendar since Jeep rolled out their 4xe sub-brand, a moniker that denotes rigs as having a plug-in hybrid powertrain. Whilst more than one dusty corner of the internet figured Jeep-type customers would turn up their noses at such a proposition, recent sales numbers suggest the effort is actually doing quite well.


So long as one frames those numbers through a very specific lens, of course.

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TTAC Rewind: Easter Jeeps

Today's TTAC rewind doesn't take us back a week or so to the introduction of this year's Easter Jeep Safari concept s, but to a couple of years ago.

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Jeep Gave the Wrangler More Capability, Tech, and Style for 2024

Automakers love to tout “all-new” or “heavily refreshed” vehicles, but it’s often the case that only a few elements have changed. Jeep unveiled the 2024 Wrangler at the New York International Auto Show today, and while there’s a lot to talk about, this is still the rugged, sometimes-unruly off-roader we’ve seen for decades. 

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QOTD: What Easter Jeep Speaks to You?

The annual Easter Jeep Safari to Moab, Utah, is almost upon us, and Jeep dropped seven concepts on us in advance of the event. Four are electrified.

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Jeep Wrangler Recalled Over Extra Frame Stud

Jeep has issued a recall encompassing roughly 58,000 examples of the 2020-2023 Wrangler. Problem vehicles described in the relevant NHTSA documents were reportedly constructed with a frame stud that's allegedly superfluous and that can cause fires in the event of a crash. It’s kind of a weird recall campaign, as they typically don’t involve a vehicle having too many parts but rather totally absent or poorly implemented ones. 

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Jeep Axes Cherokee

In a development anyone blessed with the gift of sight could see coming a mile away, Jeep has confirmed the Cherokee nameplate will not continue into the next model year.

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Used Car of the Day: 1999 Jeep Wrangler TJ

Today's UCOTD of the day is a rebuilt 1999 Jeep Wrangler asking $12,000.

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Used Car of the Day: 1999 Jeep Cherokee

We're going high mileage today.

This 1999 Jeep Cherokee/XJ has over 254K on the clock. And it's being priced at a quite reasonable $2,200.

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Jeep Teases Mopar Concepts Ahead of 2023 Easter Jeep Safari

Jeep has dropped teaser images for the Mopar concepts it will be showcasing during this year's Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.

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American Idled: Jeep Halts Production of Cherokee at Belvidere

It appears to be the end of the road for Jeep Cherokee as we know it, with Stellantis pulling the plug on Belvidere Assembly with no publicly known plan for replacement product.

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2023 Jeep Renegade Upland Trailhawk-ish

The Jeep Renegade is being gussied up for the 2023 model year and now includes some fresh color options and a mid-tier appearance package that’ll help it look like something that might actually drive up the side of a mountain. While the new Upland trim is heavily focused on aesthetics, it does come with a few additions that might still help it participate in more basic off-road activities.

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Smell Ya Later: Detroit Council Urges Stellantis to Buy Area Homes

In the latest development of what’s been a long-running saga involving strange odors from the Detroit Assembly Complex - Mack facility, city council members in Detroit are calling on Stellantis to relocate some residents who have been impacted by the issue.

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Used Car of the Day: Please Take This 2014 Jeep Wrangler Off Road

You may have noticed the site has been quiet today, but never fear, content is coming. As you wait for more Chicago Auto Show and news stories, feast your eyes on this fairly pristine 2014 Jeep Wrangler and get it dirty.

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QOTD: Star of the Show

Today's QOTD is pretty self-explanatory. What vehicle that debuted here in Chicago caused you to sit up and take notice?

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Jeep Celebrates 20 Years of Rubicon With Two Anniversary Wrangler Models

The Jeep Wrangler Industrial Complex continues to churn, and for 2023, the automaker’s planning two more. The 2023 Wrangler Rubicon 4xe and Rubicon 392 celebrate 20 years of Rubicon models with exclusive styling and features. The two anniversary models enter production in the first quarter and will reach dealerships later in the second quarter. 

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  • Zerofoo “Can the sedan be saved?” Sure - just lift it a bit, add a mild all wheel drive system, and make the trunk a lift back. I don’t know a single middle-aged woman who doesn’t drive a CUV. Precisely none of them want to go back to a sedan. The sedan may not be die completely, but sedans will not replace CUV/SUVs any time in the foreseeable future.
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  • Jeff I don't believe sedans will completely disappear but manufacturers will offer less sedans. The trend to make sedans 4 door coupes with slopping roof lines, smaller mail slot trunks, rubber band tires, lower slung to where they bottom out over a speed bump, having to crawl down to get into them, having to bend your head in the rear in order not to hit your head on the rear glass, and less head and leg room. I blame coupe like sedans not just on aerodynamics but on car journalists that judge all cars on being sports cars and the ability to canyon carve. Its form over function resulting in more suv, cuv, and pickup truck sales. This would be a good time for Lincoln, Cadillac, and Buick to offer a full size 4 door sedan with a decent sized interior, good sized trunk, comfortable ride, with a V-8, and rear wheel drive. Could build a Lincoln Continental on a stretched Mustang platform and GM could stretch the former Camaro platform to make a Cadillac Deville and Buick Roadmaster or Electra. These would not sell in the number that F-150s or Silverados would but they could sell enough to be profitable. Don't make them canyon carvers just make them comfortable and smooth riding with decent handling. Car journalists might not like these but this is what many miss from the past and they would sell. Many not all car journalists are out of touch with what most consumers want in a vehicle.