Based on the World War II 4x4 champion Willys, the Jeep has been an iconic symbol of Americana for 70 years. Although the Wrangler is most closely associated with the Jeep name, the company also produces 5 other models, all with 4x4 capabilities. Jeep is currently under the umbrella of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).
The affected SUVs come from the 2014-2015 model years and were part of a previous recall.
From its iconic design to its legendary ruggedness and now its high-tech eTorque powertrain, there is a lot to love about the 2019 Jeep Wrangler.
On the outside, this is the same JL Wrangler that you know and love. However, there's a new and exciting eTorque mild-hybrid system hiding inside.
The oil burner doesn't look any different than the gas-powered Wrangler, but it certainly does pull up the steep hills easier.
It's only available in red, white and blue to start and while those colors don't run, the Jeep likely will.
Dubbed the Maximus, this tuned truck puts out 1,000 horsepower and costs $200,000.
This factory will likely produce hybrid versions of the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The American-Italian automaker will combine forces with the French automaker for one massive conglomerate.