Another all-new model is soon to roll out from the big US carmaker, Jeep. Jeep is building anticipation for the return of the Wagoneer nameplate, teasing images of the all-new model before it’s official debut. We now have two more images, a birdseye view showing the seven-seater’s size and a
Jeep’s Wayout concept Gladiator is a tough, practical off-roader, but it’s also a reminder of an ingredient Australia will miss. Jeep has unveiled the ultimate off-road adventure Gladiator ute, equipped with a new diesel turbo V6 engine and all. A custom creation using the new factory turbo diesel V6 underneath
The Jeep Wrangler short-wheelbase two-door in Rubicon trim is back but in a very limited quantity. Jeep Australia has announced availability and pricing for a limited Rubicon Recon edition, based on the four-door already on sale and also a short-wheelbase two-door. The latter will arrive in limited quantities, with just
If hindsight is 20/20, Jeep Australia would surely have never chosen 2020 as the year to begin a concerted resurgence. Nevertheless, in the face of the worst year for the car industry in decades, it’s bouncing back. Jeep’s fall from grace last decade sees it with the arduous task ahead
Here’s what the Ford Bronco is all about, including plenty of images and a comparison to its arch-nemesis. It’s fitting that the two benchmark off-roaders on a showroom floor are called Wrangler and Bronco. Of course, not every Wrangler can tame a wild Bronco, and sometimes a bucking Bronco succumbs
Jeep’s Wrangler and Gladiator are looking set for a big power upgrade. Jeep has posted an image onto its social media page that has tongues wagging with speculation that a V8 Wrangler and Gladiator will be upon us soon. The image shows us a sketch of what appears to be
Jeep will bring another Gladiator model to Australia that could be a new work ute in the market. Want a Gladiator but need beefier towing and payload? Jeep Australia will introduce a more affordable Gladiator in the next six months that could just be the ticket. Paring back the well-equipped
Finally, the all-new Jeep Gladiator arrives in Australia. Here is our first-drive review of the Rubicon. THE GOOD: Uncompromised off-road ability, good on-road composure and comfort, nails the adventurous fit-for-purpose brief. THE BAD: No diesel option, a more affordable entry model would be welcome. IN A NUTSHELL: Sure, it isn’t
Minus one model and plus another, the Jeep Cherokee range for 2020 is otherwise much the same. JEEP AUSTRALIA has removed its bridging mid-entry level Cherokee and added a more expensive flagship variant to the range this year. Previously consisting of the entry-level Sport followed by the Longitude, that latter
Australia’s only open-air ute will arrive soon and pricing for the Jeep Gladiator Rubicon starts square at its rival the Ford Ranger Raptor. JEEP’S ALL-NEW Gladiator ute is almost in Australia and will be priced from $75,490 plus on-road costs. The first Gladiator since 1963, the new dual-cab ute which
Jeep Gladiator review with price, specs, performance, ride and handling, interior, ownership, and independent car expert verdict and score.
Specs and details for the Wrangler PHEV have been leaked to Practical Motoring before the model’s official detailed announcement, the new Wrangler set to come with a 2.0-litre petrol turbo engine mated to a ZF-sourced eight-sped hybrid transmission with a plug-in electric battery.
This is the first look at Jeep’s new electrified Wrangler, and it doesn’t look much different at all.
Is bigger better? This year there are even more American pickup trucks arriving into Australian showrooms.
The addition of safety technology has improved the Wrangler’s ANCAP rating but there are some concerns over structural safety.