Jeep unveiled the all new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee at the New York Auto Show. The new Grand Cherokee looks very clean and much more modern while still maintaining traditional Cherokee lines. The interior is the real story. Past Jeep Grand Cherokees have not kept up with the high-end competition in terms of interior finishes, fit, and features. The 2011 Grand Cherokee’s interior has been completely over hauled… Continue reading
Do you wish you could drive a dune buggy year round? If so, you’re not alone because the Jeep designers ran with that idea and created the Renegade Concept, a sporty two-seater suited for off-roading adventures and dune surfing.
Watch the Jeep Renegade Concept video premiere from the 2008 Detroit Auto Show:
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The Jeep® Renegade Concept is a sporty B-segment-sized two-seater ideally suited for the all-weather delights of off-roading and dune surfing. Featuring a cut-down speedster windshield, a roll bar, openings in the door lowers and a hose-out interior, it is an “eco-friendly” vehicle with minimized use of materials – designed for those who want to enjoy the earth while taking care of its future. The propulsion system combines a 40-mile… Continue reading
With the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) quickly approaching, we thought we would give you a quick preview of a few vehicles that will be making debuts.
Chrysler will have a trio of eco-friendly debuts: The Jeep Renegade which is a small two-seater that runs on electricity stored in a lithium-ion battery that is supplemented by a small diesel engine, the Dodge ZEO… Continue reading
Check out the 2008 Jeep Liberty video from the 2007 New York International Auto Show. Roadfly is proud to bring you footage that you may not have seen. For more information on the new Jeep Liberty and other vehicles or for the latest photos of any other car at the show, check out: Roadfly’s Auto Show Coverage
In its first redesign since its introduction, the all-new 2008 Jeep Liberty embraces its roots by taking on a more rugged, classic Jeep design that is guaranteed to strengthen its draw to current owners and broaden its appeal to a new audience.
The 2008 Jeep Liberty gains two inches in length and a half-inch in width. On the inside consumers will find its cargo capacity has increased and passengers… Continue reading
The Jeep Trailhawk concept was driven out on stage at the Detroit Auto Show this past Monday, one of the comments was “this is what might happen when a Wrangler and a Grand Cherokee are left alone.” The crowd cheered and laughed. As you can plainly see this Jeep concept is rugged while still offering great around town driving fun.
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The Jeep Trailhawk concept merges the spectrum of the Jeep brand by combining the core features of the Jeep Wrangler with the sophistication of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Derived from the all-new Jeep Wrangler architecture, the Jeep Trailhawk concept taps into “Jeep Rugged” attributes to provide classic proportions, unsurpassed off-road capability and a new approach to open-air freedom. The headlamps, cropped and peering out from beneath a diagonal brow, produce… Continue reading
* All-new Jeep® technology gives Patriot more capability than any other vehicle in its class, providing confidence in all driving conditions
* Patriot introduces rugged, classic Jeep styling at an affordable, entry-level price
* Jeep Patriot’s interior features utility, flexibility and many cool innovations
* Value abounds with excellent fuel economy and a long list of standard safety features
The Jeep® brand continues its expansion… Continue reading
Jeep’s press conference at the 2006 New York International Auto Show took place out in the sunshine, in the front lot of the Jacob Javits convention Center. The outdoor setting seemed appropriate, as we were seeing the world debut of a couple of all-new off-road vehicles. First up was the 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, a four-door version of the famous four-by-four that started it all. The Unlimited sits on a… Continue reading
Jeep had one more debut up its sleeve, with an all-new entry-level crossover called the Patriot. A 2007 model, this Jeep features a flexible interior and lots of standard safety features, although it’s the lowest-priced Jeep available, at under $16,000. The trademark seven-slot grille adorns every Patriot, but we expect the 17-inch alloy rims will run extra. Jeep promises the Patriot will come equipped with a “second-generation” CVT automatic, and… Continue reading