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JEEP COMMERCIAL: “WHEN WE ALL BELIEVE”


New Jeep Commercial.

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Jeep Partners With Jalen Rose Leadership Academy


The Jeep® brand has partnered up with the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy to develop a multi phased development program to expose students to programs and events designed to enrich and develop their educational path. The Jeep brand is committed to giving back to the community in which it lives and conducts business and this multi phased development program is designed to expose students to programs and events that will help to enrich and develop their educational path.


Time Lapse – Toronto Auto Show



Completed JK-8 Conversion Walk Around


O.k, Helfman Body-Shop completed a JK-8 conversion on a Wrangler. Here’s the video below.


Jeep® Sales Soar Nearly 62 Percent in Europe in 2011


Sales of Jeep® brand vehicles rose 61.8 percent in Europe (the 27 member states of the European Union, plus the four European Free Trade Association countries) in 2011 versus 2010 – compared to an industry decline of 1.4 percent – according to numbers released by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA).

In 2011 in Italy, Jeep sales increased 117.6 percent versus 2010, with registrations increasing 71.7 percent in France, 124 percent in Germany, and 21.2 percent in Spain.

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Grand Cherokee SRT8 Praised By “The Journal”


Jeep_Grand_Cherokee_SRT8Dan Neil with the Wall Street Journal stated in his review of the Grand Cherokee SRT8 “If this isn’t the best built American vehicle, you’ll have to show me one better.”

It’s a good read, so head on over to The Wall Street Journal


Amp Electric Grand Cherokee An NAIAS


So we mention in a post back in December that Amp would introduce an All-Electric Grand Cherokee at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Well they’ve done just that. This 100% electric vehicle is by all means still a Grand Cherokee. Amp has managed to incorporate the electric drive and power storage systems without altering the vehicles appearance. Aside from the 100% Electric logo on the outside, you can’t distinguish it from the factory version. The introduction of this vehicle generates a lot of questions, i.e. when will it be released, how much will it cost. Fortunately  Jim Motavalli with the New York Times answers many of these questions in a recent post. So head on over to the Times to read his post for more info. You can also see the vehicle in action below.