2018 Jeep Compass

2018 Jeep Compass
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Better than before, and that’s no backhanded compliment. For some, saying goodbye is easier said than done. Just ask Jeep. Despite the arrival of this all-new, second-generation 2017 Jeep Compass crossover SUV, the brand will keep selling the first-generation Compass also as a 2017 model before sending that decade-old ute to the great scrap heap in the sky. Consumers may be confused. We, however, are happy to bid adieu to the lackluster first-generation Compass, as well as its boxier twin, the Jeep Patriot. Like its predecessor and short-term stablemate, the…

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Jeep Grand Cherokee used review | 2011 – 2014

Jeep Grand Cherokee used review | 2011 – 2014
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What we like Capable off-road Powerful engines for towing Large and practical interior What we don’t Frequent and expensive servicing None of the engine options are economical Some reliability issues Graham Smith road tests and reviews the 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee as a used buy. The Jeep’s distinctive grille, dating back to WWII, is hard to ignore. One of the most popular models to sport the seven-bar grille on our roads was the big, attractively styled WK Grand Cherokee launched here in 2011. There was plenty…

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Every Angle of the Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck

Every Angle of the Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck
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We’ve been waiting to see this for months. The wait is over. Meet the Jeep Wrangler Pickup. Earlier this year, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed that the Jeep Wrangler Pickup was finally happening. Now, we present you with a very early look at the Wrangler Pickup everyone’s wanted forever. This is obviously a heavily camouflaged prototype, but it’s the real deal.  Chris Doane Automotive  Jeep has been teasing enthusiasts with pickup truck concepts for over a decade now, but with the next-generation Wrangler–which is set to debut in non-pickup…

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2017 Jeep Wrangler Spy Photos: We Get a Peek Underneath

2017 Jeep Wrangler Spy Photos: We Get a Peek Underneath
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More of the same, and that’s good. What It Is: A current-generation, four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited—or at least that’s what the engineering team driving it wants you to think. Instead, this is in all likelihood an early test mule for the next-generation Wrangler, which is due out in a year or so as a 2017 model. This Wrangler’s bodywork might be unchanged from ordinary Wranglers’ duds, but it is hiding chassis, suspension, and possibly even body enhancements that will appear on the new model. Why It Matters: Few modern vehicles…

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