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Jeep is Doing the Production Shuffle

In Jeep by Nathan Ehinger

Jeep continues to be a brand that we trust and know as the most admirable off road brand in the industry but it’s about to undergo some major changes. This brand will have ten assembly plants in place in six countries once the new small one is built in India and starts to build vehicles in May of this year. …

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Jeep Finally Got this One Right

In Jeep by Blaine Traber

Jeep did something unprecedented in 2007 and they’re lucky it wasn’t killed in 2008 when the market spent time trimming down. During the 2007 model year we saw Jeep add two compact crossover SUVs to their lineup, the Compass and the Patriot. The Patriot brought us more of the typical Jeep features and felt more like the SUV that Jeep …

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We Can’t Always be Positive

In Chevrolet, Fiat, Ford, GMC, Jeep, Nissan by Carl Durrek

When it comes to cars and the automotive industry we are all familiar with the times when a car feels like it just isn’t up to the challenge of our daily lives. Most cars are enjoyable from behind the driver’s seat, but some will let you down on a regular basis. I’m not referring to cars that offer great speed, …

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Low End Power from the Jeep Grand Cherokee Ecodiesel

In Jeep by Carl Durrek

As one of the larger crossover SUVs on the market the Grand Cherokee is not considered to be an efficient model when it comes to fuel mileage  but has been a top seller for many years because of its power, size, capability and versatility.  Although 21 mpg in the city and 28 on the highway doesn’t sound like much, when …

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Chrysler Leads Domestic Brands with March Gains

In Car News, Chrysler, Dealers, Ford, General Motors, Hyundai, Jeep, Make, Subaru, Toyota by Rocco Penn

Ford and General Motors posted their first “bad” news in a while in March. Fiat Chrysler continued its growth, continuing its streak of consecutive months with year-over-year sales gains to 60. It’s been a good five years for the automaker. Still, their gains were disappointing at 1.7% compared to imports like Hyundai (11.9%), Subaru (10.4%) and Toyota (4.4%).