Guess What the ‘e’ in Jeep Wrangler 4xe Stands For

By Evan Rezler | November 4th, 2021

If you guessed “electric,” you’d be right!   Too easy? Okay, how about another one?    Can you guess how to pronounce “4xe”? Don’t you dare Google it. If you’re team, “four-by-e,” you’re correct again!    But the most important question of them all is:   Can an electrified Wrangler still do Wrangler things?   …

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All-New Jeep Wagoneer: Return of ‘American Premium’

By Evan Rezler | August 16th, 2021

After a 30-year hiatus, the Jeep Wagoneer is back. Making its first appearance in 1962, the Wagoneer was America’s first four-wheel-drive vehicle paired with an automatic transmission, seeing the stage for SUVs to come.    In 1973, the Wagoneer introduced the first automatic four-wheel-drive system. And in 1984, the Grand Wagoneer joined the Jeep lineup,…

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Jeep Classes up the Compass for 2022

By Evan Rezler | August 12th, 2021

From the Grand Wagoneer and the Grand Cherokee L to the 2022 Compass, Jeep is livening up their lineup. Jeep heard the cries for quality interior and are delivering left and right. The updated Compass is the latest to do so. Overall, its cabin gets roomier with a flat upholstered dash and a reorganized console….

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Jeep Introduces First-Ever Three-Row Grand Cherokee

By Evan Rezler | August 9th, 2021

Jeep brings Christmas a little early this year with the introduction of the all-new Grand Cherokee L. A three-row variant to the renown Grand Cherokee nameplate. The Jeep Grand Cherokee’s origins date back almost 30 years where it began a long lineage as one of the most awarded SUVs in history. This generation’s all-new Grand…

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