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Make Your Jeep Rugged With Tire And Wheel Combo Packages

If you own a Jeep, then you know that part of the appeal of your ride is the fact that you can go practically anywhere. Since it was first created, the Jeep has been the quintessential all-terrain vehicle. However, is your rig ready to take on the road less traveled? If you upgrade your Jeep tire and wheel combo packages, it will be. Let’s see why most Jeep owners choose to get this kind of installation done before anything else. Continue reading

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Jeep Renegade – American Style & Italian Breeding

The Jeep Renegade is chunky. In the manner of SUVs from the past it is square-cut and lantern-jawed but with 21st Century manners. The model as tested in Longitude trim (around £20k depending) is no friend of mud. That sort of business it leaves to its more off-road capable 4WD brethren which are much more up for a bit of track and trail ranging. Continue reading

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Grand Improvements To The Jeep Grand Cherokee

As, this very morning, I am just starting my week with a Jeep Renegade, it seems reasonable to detail the latest updates to the Renegade’s big brother the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Plans to continue the success of this popular and successful SUV have been announced, with details of a raft of enhancements to the current model for 2016/17. Continue reading

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Jeep Cherokee Limited – Out And About

In the ever-expanding world of the SUV the (to give it the full title) Jeep Cherokee 2.2L Multijet 4WD Auto Limited has much to recommend it. Although it says ‘Since 1941’ on the steering wheel this big car has little in common with the original of legend. Sharing an Alfa Romeo platform, the Cherokee is more Sergio Leone than Clint Eastwood in that it has lost the butch, rugged American looks in favour of something more sleek and European. Continue reading