Category Archive: Jeep News

Jul 24

Jeep Wrangler: The True American Car

2017 Jeep Wrangler in Dallas, GA

The Jeep Wrangler is loved by many – especially by Americans! Every year, ‘Cars.com’ makes a list of the most “American” cars and this year, the Jeep Wrangler topped the list. ‘Cars.com’ compiles its American-Made Index every year. To make the list, vehicles are analyzed on five different factors: assembly location, domestic parts content, engine …

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May 09

NWAPA Mudfest Recognizes Jeep Compass, Grand Cherokee Trailhawk

Each year, the Northwest Automotive Press Association hosts its Mudfest competition to find the best off-road vehicles on the market. Now in its 23rd year, the NWAPA Mudfest has recognized both the Jeep Compass and the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk for their excellence as off-road vehicles. The Mudfest takes place over two days, during which 28 …

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Apr 26

Jeep Reveals Supercharged 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

Jeep recently announced the new 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, a supercharged version of its popular Grand Cherokee SUV. The Trackhawk will incorporate Mopar’s 707-horsepower V8 engine, which was originally designed for the Dodge Challenger Hellcat. With 645 lb-ft of torque in addition to the outrageous horsepower, the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will be the most …

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Sep 07

What We Know About the Jeep Wrangler Pickup

What We Know About the Jeep Wrangler Pickup

Jeep has been teasing the idea of a Jeep Wrangler pickup since it pulled the sheets off the Gladiator concept over ten years ago, but the concept never made it to production. Since then, rumors have faded in and out of the auto industry about the existence of a Jeep pickup truck but nothing ever …

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Aug 10

75 Years of Jeep

75 Years of Jeep

Jeep has been around for quite a while—75 years to be exact! And they’re not done making history. Let’s go back in time and celebrate some of Jeep’s biggest milestones! 1940 In 1940, the first Jeep was born. It was called “Willys Quad,” and essentially was the first Jeep Wrangler! Production of other models continued …

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Jul 13

Jeep’s 75th Anniversary

Jeep’s 75th Anniversary

It’s no secret that Jeep has been around a long while, but you probably didn’t know Jeep just hit its 75th anniversary. The original Jeep, Willys MB, went into production in 1941 to serve in the military. The Willys MB is considered by many to be the oldest four-wheel drive mass-produced vehicle. During World War …

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Jun 08

A Sneak Peek at the Jeep Culture and Community

Jeep Culture - Jeep Fording A Stream

  When you buy a Jeep, you are not only getting a legendary off-road machine, you are instantly part of the large Jeep culture and community. While there are a lot of makes and models with a large fan base, we don’t think there are any as extensive and all-encompassing as with a Jeep. Here’s …

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Apr 06

My Jeep Story – Embracing the Spirit of the Jeep Brand

Jeep on the beach

  If you drive a Jeep, we at Paulding Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram are sure that you have unique stories of your drives. Jeep knows that the people who drive Jeep are the ones who make the brand. That is why their new marketing campaign hits home for many Jeep drivers. Jeep has launched the …

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Mar 23

Jeep Wrangler Trailcat Features Hellcat Power

Jeep Wrangler Trailcat

  Fiat Chrysler, the parent of both Dodge and Jeep, hit a homerun with the incredibly powerful Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcat models. Now the company is looking to expand the Hellcat lineup. One of Jeep’s popular models is getting the Hellcat treatment but don’t expect to see “Hellcat” on the vehicle anytime soon. Instead, …

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Dec 16

New, Possible 2017 Jeep Scrambler Info Revealed?

Back in September, rumor said that Jeep was working on some sort of Wrangler-based “Scrambler” model, and now, Jeep has essentially confirmed the anticipated news: There is a 2017 Jeep Scrambler on the way.   The news comes courtesy of Gas2, who says the vehicle could be on the road as early as next year, …

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