A rejuvenated Jeep is offering something for everyone, from the premium Grand Cherokee L to the rugged Wrangler, and soon including the upcoming plug-in hybrid Grand Cherokee. CONQUERING THE SUMMIT Jeep’s new Grand Cherokee L is the finest four-wheel drive it has ever produced for the road but there is
Jeep’s flagship Compass model shows why it is the best in the line-up. The Jeep Compass facelift was introduced last year with the launch of the Limited and S-Limited variants (and the limited-edition Launch Edition which was only a launch special). The Trailhawk caps off the range as the flagship
Upgrades arrive for Jeep Gladiator as the range is consolidated with a new model. Jeep Australia has introduced a revised Gladiator lineup with increased payload for the ute plus more equipment with a slight bump in price. The double variant lineup consists of the Gladiator Rubicon and Night Eagle, with
Jeep created its Trail Rated badge in 2003 to “communicate legendary 4×4 capability” or so a release at the time said. But what does Trail Rated mean?
Jeep adds new, permanent model to Wrangler lineup. The popular Rubicon shortie is back, but this time for a long time. Now the permanent entry point to the wrangler range, the Rubicon two-door adds to the MY21 range from $64,490 exclusding on road costs. It sits just before the Rubicon
FCA Australia confirms it will run the local operation for the new Stellantis group including Groupe PSA. FCA Australia will head operations for the new Stellantis group locally. The brands that fall under the Stellantis umbrella are Jeep, RAM, Abarth, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Alfa Romeo, Citroen and Peugeot. Stepping up
Jeep expands its range with a seven-seat SUV, though it might only be available in limited markets. Jeep will add another seven-seat SUV to its lineup, this time returning the Commander nameplate on a modified version of the Jeep Compass. The Commander was a boxy SUV available in the 2000s.
Wrangler, Gladiator and classic Jeepster get the JPP and Mopar treatment for the 2021 Easter Jeep Safari. For four-wheel drive, and particularly Jeep, aficionados in North America, there’s no time like Easter. That’s because it’s time for the Easter Jeep Safari, which sees Jeep lovers from all over the USA
Jeep’s mid-size SUV Compass receives a facelift and cool new tech for 2021. Revealed in Europe overnight, Jeep has shown some new tech and a revised interior for the Jeep Compass SUV. Shown for European markets only at this stage – though we’re sure they will come down under –
Jeep Australia has continued their support for Western Australian rural charity, Farmers Across Borders, in 2021, recently assisting a feed drive to drought-affected farmers in Meekatharra, Murchison, Wiluna and surrounding areas in the state’s north. “Western Australia is going through a really tough time right now. Between the most recent
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Willy Edition brings a military-inspired Willys theme to the capable off-road wagon. Jeep has revealed a limited special edition four-door Wrangler inspired by the Willys Overland CJ-3A built in 1948. Seventy-three years on from the original Willys, the new Wrangler Unlimited Willys Edition includes a heritage-looking Sarge
Price and spec for the new Jeep Gladiator Sport S have been announced. Jeep has announced that the Gladiator ute in Sports S trim is arriving in dealerships around Australia this month, the new entry-level model saving buyers $10,000 over the existing starting point. Packed with the same platform underpinnings
Gone are the days of the diesel-powered Grand Cherokee, though an all-new drivetrain promises to fill the hole. Jeep’s new Grand Cherokee will arrive this year with only petrol power, followed by a plug-in hybrid but no diesel drivetrains. (There will also then be the Grand Cherokee L – a
Jeep will not be bringing the Wagoneer or Grand Wagoneer to Australia anytime soon. The American brand’s big, luxurious three-row SUV will not be arriving in Australia for the foreseeable future after Jeep ruled out right-hand drive production. Speaking with media, Jeep’s Global Head, Christian Meunier, said that while Jeep