Archive for the ‘Jeep’ Tag

Chrysler August 2014 Sales Up 20 Percent, Jeep Continues to Roll

Wednesday, 3 September 2014, 9:25 | News | 0 Comment

Jeep brand was the biggest gainer with a 49 percent increase. Read more from source:“automobilemag.com”

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2015 Jeep Lineup Updated

Tuesday, 2 September 2014, 9:46 | News | 0 Comment

Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, and Wrangler all tweaked. Read more from source:“automobilemag.com” Incoming search terms:2015 jeep lineup, jeep 2015 lineup, 2013 jeep line up

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Roam If You Want To: 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Full Pricing Out

Thursday, 28 August 2014, 13:40 | News | 0 Comment

The formula for the Jeep Grand Cherokee is pretty straightforward: Mix four-doors and (usually) four-wheel drive with a family-size vehicle and a reasonably comfortable and well-appointed interior. The recipe has proved so enticing that the Grand Cherokee is now available in six levels of trim, putting the venerated nameplate within reach of ...

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30 Years New: Toyota Japan to Sell Brand-New Land Cruiser Series 70—for One Year

Wednesday, 27 August 2014, 11:55 | News | 0 Comment

Here’s the tragedy of the Land Cruiser Series 70: It was never sold in the United States. The toughest and most rugged of the entire lineup is an icon in Australia and South Africa, where they’ve been on sale continuously for 30 years. And for 20 of those years, you could walk into a Japanese […]

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Hacking Duo Explores Scary Potential for Wireless Car Hacking, Names “Most and Least Hackable Cars”

Friday, 8 August 2014, 16:16 | News | 0 Comment

In August 2009, a speeding Lexus with a stuck gas pedal crashed in San Diego, killing all four people aboard and spurring the ill-coneived theory that Toyota’s electronic controls were bugged. They weren’t. But as cars become rolling, autonomous supercomputers, what’s to stop an enterprising hacker from taking control of some ...

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Phantom Menace: Boeing Solves Its Own Cargo Problem with a New-Age Jeep

Friday, 8 August 2014, 10:13 | News | 0 Comment

It’s a typical government problem: You’ve spent billions of dollars developing an aircraft unlike any other for the express purpose of getting troops into remote areas faster than traditional helicopters can. But the result, the tilt-rotor V-22 Osprey, is so ­narrow that military ground vehicles can’t be transported with those troops. ...

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Range Rover Sets Record ’Ring Time in 550-hp SVR

Friday, 1 August 2014, 14:58 | News | 0 Comment

In an era when ballparks designate anti-peanut sections and pole dancing is considered exercise, allow us to add Range Rovers racing at the Nürburgring to the list of bizarre, messed-up things in this world. After spy videos caught the Range Rover Sport SVR whipping around the ’Ring last month, Land Rover has come clean with […]

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Chrysler July 2014 Sales Balloon 20 Percent, Jeep Unstoppable

Friday, 1 August 2014, 9:22 | News | 0 Comment

Every brand posted gains, only 4 vehicles posted losses. Read more from source:“automobilemag.com”

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From the C/D Archives: 1977 AMC Cherokee Chief Tested

Wednesday, 30 July 2014, 16:55 | News | 0 Comment

We put about 4500 test miles on our Jeep Cherokee four-door and found it to be a strangely loveable vehicle. The basic Jeep Wagoneer from which it springs has been with us for a very long time, but somehow the Wagoneer never captured much front-of-mind awareness. We watched Joe Foss driving one across the Golden […]

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It’s Me, Switches: Chrysler Recalling Up to 792,300 Jeeps for Faulty Ignition Switches

Thursday, 24 July 2014, 16:55 | News | 0 Comment

Chrysler said it would recall up to 792,300 Jeeps to replace the same faulty ignition switches that were the subject of an earlier recall this month that covered 696,000 minivans and crossovers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, after receiving documents from Chrysler on its airbag controllers, opened two investigations in ...

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