New Jeep Renegades Hides Plenty of Easter Eggs

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The 2015 Jeep Renegade is the new Jeep for a new generation.  It has a great lore for its creation with the design team pulling their youngest designers in and tasking them with coming up with the Jeep they would want.  The Renegade clearly has a stylish look and is aimed at bringing a younger crowd into the Jeep market.  Turns out, however, that the designers also managed to sneak in some great easter eggs for the older Jeep fans.

The Herald-News has a break-down of all the hidden design nods they were able to locate.  Many of the easter eggs are meant to point back to the creation of the Jeep with homages to the original Willys Jeep.  One such is the “X” stamped onto the Renegade’s taillights to mimic the look of the jerry cans the old Willys Jeeps would carry.

Another call back to that older Jeep is in the form of a silhouette printed on the wheels and grille of the Renegade.  More of these stamps are also on the inside of the tailgate and in the taillights.  Another one that the article doesn’t note is that the Moab off-road is on the center tray.

That’s all that have been made known to the public for the time being, but there is no doubt to more being included in the Renegade’s design.  We can’t wait to see what other things they included.

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2014 Jeep Cherokee: New Looks, Better Performance

UntitledOne of the hottest topics of discussion for the 2014 Jeep Cherokee has been the look of it.  Jeep took a massive step away from the normal look and it upsets some fans.  After having time to dwell on and take in the new look, Jeep fans then wondered if changing the look would have any impact on performance, the hallmark of why people drive Jeep in the first place.  According to one review, a redesign doesn’t mean that the focus on high-performance has been lost.

News Day published the saga of one reviewer’s trip to Utah to give the 2014 Jeep Cherokee a thorough drive through rugged terrain.  In fact, the trail he was able to take the new Jeep on was in Moab, Utah, which is renowned for having the best kind of terrain to really test out the capabilities of a Jeep.

This was the aspect that surprised the writer, David Thomas, the most.  That a vehicle like the 2014 Jeep Cherokee that saw such a redesign was still able to handle itself so well.

The 2014 Jeep Cherokee will feature two engine options.  Standard on the Cherokee is the 184-horsepower, 2.4-liter four cylinder.  Also available will be the 271-hp, 3.2-liter V-6.  While the standard engine offering will do the driver just fine, if they want real power and strength that Jeep is known for, then the only option is the V-6.

The overall impression with the 2014 Jeep Cherokee both on and off the road was very favored.  Read the full reviews for yourself to see why the writer was so very impressed with the new Jeep, regardless of the new look.

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2013 Jeep Wrangler Moab: Perfect for the Off-Road Warrior

There’s been a lot of news recently revolving around what Jeep is planning for the years to come. We covered it here, with new models being presented and details into what the current line-up will be getting. That’s only half the story it would seem as Jeep has put out details on yet another new model they will be putting out.

Jeep has announced the release of the Jeep Wrangler Moab. The name comes from one of the most celebrated places in the world to take a 4×4 out to and traverse around in. The Wrangler Moab is based upon the Wrangler Sarhara model and is decked out to handle the worst that nature has to offer. To do this, the Wrangler Moab will have 17-inch Rubicon allow wheels mated to Kevlar reinforced Goodyear Silent Armor off-road tires.

As far as exterior features are concerned, the Wrangler Moab comes equipped with unique Mopar power dome hood. It also has a black fuel filler door and tail lamp guards, matte black Jeep grille bade, and Moab decals on the hood of the vehicle. There’s even an optional body-color three-piece hard top.

The interior also manages to include some modifications to perfectly suit the outside warrior that will be traveling the wild wonders of the out-doors. The seats are premium black leather with the black stitching on the newly designed 2013 Wrangler seats. There’s a Moab embossed instrument panel grab handle and Mopar slush mats. The vent rings, steering wheel spokes, and grab handles have an iron gray trim.

This new Jeep model is, as Mike Manley, President and CEO of Jeep Brand said, all about taking the Jeep to a new height of capability. It’s looks to be a definite must for anyone looking to conquer off-road with power and fashion in one package.

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