Based on the World War II 4x4 champion Willys, the Jeep has been an iconic symbol of Americana for 70 years. Although the Wrangler is most closely associated with the Jeep name, the company also produces 5 other models, all with 4x4 capabilities. Jeep is currently under the umbrella of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).
Road trips and wild camping in remote spots just got a whole lot easier.
Jeep's Wrangler-based pickup gets a torquey diesel engine option.
The Jeep Gladiator shines with its torque-tastic EcoDiesel engine. But is it worth the $6,000 upcharge?
Lots of gray, but it looks boss.
For its sophomore year, Jeep's versatile pickup gets a new EcoDiesel engine as well as a couple of trim packages and minor tech changes.
With new EcoDiesel power and fresh Willys and 80th Anniversary trims, Jeep's midsize truck powers into its sophomore year.
But the question remains: Will Jeep actually put it into production?
The big question remains: Will Jeep put it into production?