Jeep Celebrates its 75th Anniversary With Limited Edition Lineup. Check it Out!
Jeep launches a special and limited edition range lineup in order to celebrate brand's 75th Anniversary. These special vehicles feature exclusive branding, extended list of standard features, exclusive styling and unique paint finishes.
There will be just 8,000 of these units and they all are especially created for the entire EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region.
The Renegade 75th Anniversary includes unique Jungle Green livery and a 1.4-liter turbo MultiAir II 170hp (125kW), mated to a nine-speed automatic gearbox and the 2.0-liter MultiJet II 140hp (102kW) power unit that can be further paired with either a six-speed manual or nine-speed automatic transmission system. The vehicle also incorporates the aid of Active Drive and Active Drive Low 4x4 systems, along with distinctive 18-inch wheels, MySky sunroof with removable panels, bronze-colored fog lamp bezels, roof rails and stylish fabric seats in Black or Black and Sandstorm cloth color.
Jeep Cherokee's 75th Anniversary proudly demonstrates a Recon Green exterior color and is powered by the new MultiJet II 2.2-liter 200hp (147kW) turbo diesel unit with either Jeep Active 4x4 system or the Active Drive II with two-speed power transmission units and low mode. Part of the standard equipment includes Nappa leather with dual tone Tangerine and Pearl stitching, 8.4-inch Uconnect touch screen radio, bi-xenon headlapms, heated steering wheel and dual pane panoramic sunroof.
The well-known Jeep Wrangler also received tons of goodies for its 75th Anniversary edition. Boasting a Sarge Green body color, this sweetie is equipped with either a 2.8-liter 200hp (147kW) turbo diesel or a 3.6-liter 286hp (210kW) petrol engine. Only part of the included standard features are body-colored grille, low gloss bronze headlamps, power dome hood, navigation system, premium audio system and more.
The Anniversary lineup is completed with Jeep Grand Cherooke. The vehicle also comes in Recon Green paint finish and offers the aid of a 3.0-liter V6 MultiJet 250hp (183kW), paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Standard equipment includes 20-inch light alloys, navigation system, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, Quadra-Lift air suspension, Nappa leather interior and more.
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So, which one do you prefer?