2014 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon X

Jeep has announced the new Wrangler Rubicon X special edition.  After all is said and done, this is basically the 10th anniversary Wrangler without red leather, BFG KM2 tires, and anniversary badging.  It boasts an impressive list of options, all for roughly $46,600. The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon X comes with: winch-capable bumper BF Goodrich KM 255/75R17 tires 17-inch Rubicon... Read More

Wrangler JK gets some changes for 2014

The Jeep Wrangler JK will be getting some small changes for the 2014 model year. There will be some new colors, as well as different option packs. Here are the highlights: Warn Trail Kit – All Wranglers will have the option of a Warn trail kit Connectivity Group upgrades – The new upgraded trip computer will have readouts for speed, oil pressure, and coolant and transmission... Read More

Jeep Wrangler diesel likely around 2015

During an interview with Wards Auto Jeep president and CEO Mike Manley said “Wrangler is on the radar to get [a] diesel. Remember we’re also going through the product change of Wrangler for 2015-16… That will probably be the right time to introduce the diesel into that vehicle.” “I’m confident that the Grand Cherokee will show just how large a demand there is for... Read More

Mark Smith Shows Off His Jeeps

Mark Smith Shows Off His Jeeps

In the third installment of the Rubicon Trail series, Jeep® Jamboree icon Mark Smith shows off his collection of classic Jeep brand vehicles. He has some pretty amazing Jeeps including an original Bantam prototype and a CJ2A firetruck. Mark has one of the nicest collections of vintage Jeep and Willys trucks.  Read More

Jill Smith Describes Her Experiences on the Rubicon Trail

Jill Smith - Jeep Jamboree CEO

Jill Smith, the CEO of Jeep Jamboree USA talks about growing up on the Rubicon Trail. She relives her earlier Jeep Jamboree memories and talks about the history of the Rubicon Trail – the most well known offroad trail in the world. The history of the Rubicon Trail is interesting, from it’s historic roots as an Indian trail to it’s use today as a Jeep proving... Read More

Mark Smith talks about the Rubicon Trail

Jeep icon Mark Smith talks about the importance and history of the Rubicon Trail. The Rubicon is the most famous off-road trail in the world and its deep-seated relationship with Jeep brand vehicles. “No other manufacturer,” says Smith, “has a vehicle – totally stock – that is 100% capable on the Rubicon.” As our trails slowly disappear across the country, it’s... Read More

Meet the Jeep Arctic Yeti Dig Winner

See how the action went down in Aspen, and meet winner Kerry, who dug his way to a brand new 2012 Jeep® Wrangler Arctic Edition for uncovering the snowy Yeti Medallion. The competition was fierce, but the contestants had a blast searching for their elusive prize. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bGHnvVkG6U  Read More


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