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Motor Matters | The 2018 Jeep Wrangler: Time for Open-Air Adventures

"It's a Jeep thing," those fun-loving Jeep folk say. While others might not understand, Jeep owners love the attitude that comes with owning these sport utility vehicles: It's not just a vehicle, it's an entire culture. Boasting more than 75 years of legendary heritage, Jeep's all-new Wrangler builds on its iconic history with a superlative combination of off-road capability, authentic Jeep design

Jeep Plans Optional Soft-Top on Scrambler Pickup

After years of planning, the Jeep Scrambler, a Wrangler-based pickup truck will begin production between November of 2018 and April of 2019. Much like its Wrangler predecessors, the Scrambler will come with an optional soft top that can be removed or lowered. This makes the Scrambler a convertible vehicle.After making its debut in November of 2017 at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the versatile Jeep S

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee

Compact crossovers are selling like hotcakes. This means that carmakers must be careful when it comes to making changes. The Jeep Cherokee is in this vehicle class, and it’s one of the most popular models. However, with competitors like the Toyota RAV4, Honda CRV and Ford Escape, Jeep must stay on top of its game.Since relaunching the Cherokee in 2014, the vehicle has performed well for the

Detroit Auto Show 2018 Preview

The Detroit Auto Show is fast approaching. The lineup for this year has some new additions and tweaks to recent models. Some of the manufacturers whose models will be present at the auto show are listed below. Hyundai Genesis The luxury brand is getting off to a good start this spring with the arrival of the G70. This compact sports sedan is the first product specifically designed for Genesis. Two

The New Jeep Wrangler

The Wrangler is the car model that people associate with Jeep. Often times people say the word Jeep and the Wrangler is what pops into mind. The Wrangler first went into production in 1986, and it’s fair to say that a lot has changed since then. The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler is a far cry from the Wrangler of 1986. Here’s what we know. One of the major changes to the new Wrangler is the ad

U.S. Gov’t Flags FCA for Vehicle Safety Violations (UPDATED)

UPDATE: In a statement, FCA corrects some erroneous reports regarding the scope of the NHTSA vehicle safety recall. FCA will still offer to repurchase vehicles encompassed in its three most recent recall campaigns—2008 through 2012 chassis cab, 2009 through 2011 light duty and 2008 through 2012 heavy duty Ram Trucks—if those vehicles weren’t previously fixed. Alternatively, owners can still keep

To Avoid Cyber Attacks, FCA Issues Vehicle Recall

In the digital age, it’s an unfortunate fact of life that hackers will attack your home computer or favorite website. Now you can add automobiles to the list, as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) becomes the first automaker to launch a massive recall in the U.S. in order to protect its vehicles from potential cyber attacks. Fiat Chrysler’s voluntary recall of 1.4 million vehicles was prompted by co

Jeep Cherokees Have Unexpected Pyrotechnic Display

Yesterday the newest recall hit Jeep. Cherokees made in 2014 and 2015 are having to be sent back to the dealership for repairs. The problem stems from an unexpected pyrotechnic display, or in other words, Jeep Cherokees (and a Wrangler) have a history of fire related recalls. Fiat Chrysler Automotive is claiming the source of the issue is the same as Takata’s moisture. Apparently, the power liftg