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Jeep Adds 50% More Electric Range To Its 4,000 Pound Wrangler 4XE’s Commute

Jeep, like every carmaker, is racing to create more economical vehicles to match stringent emissions rules around the world. Nowhere is this more important than in Europe, where lawmakers ruled that average CO2 emissions of new cars must be cut by 15% by 2025.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Here Are The Cars That Come With The Weirdest Stereotypes

Public opinion, especially when it comes to cars can be strong. Sometimes those opinions form stereotypes that are either weird or unfounded based solely on well, opinion. The only way one can discover the truth behind the look, is experience the vehicle for themselves. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Becoming A ‘Ducking’ Jeep Wrangler Owner

It’s been several months, and I think I’ve finally reached a point where I no longer laugh or make fun of my husband while on the road (I swear I’m not throwing him under the bus).Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Becoming A ‘Ducking’ Jeep Wrangler Owner

It’s been several months, and I think I’ve finally reached a point where I no longer laugh or make fun of my husband while on the road (I swear I’m not throwing him under the bus).Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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This Is The Upcoming Ford Bronco Raptor With Its Updated Suspension, Widebody Kit And Huge Tires

Ford just texted me a link to the first official photos of the upcoming Ford Bronco Raptor, expected to be the most off-road capable civilian vehicle Ford has ever built. Here’s a first look. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Six Months In America And The Jeep Gladiator Is Now My Dream Car

You might not have heard, but I’m Jalopnik’s newest resident European and I like small cars. My current dream garage consists of a Honda E partnered with the relatively pocket-sized Aston Martin DB6. But, after half a year in America, I’m worried my dream is changing.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Someone Shoehorned A 500 HP Dodge Viper’s V10 Into A Jeep Wrangler

I love dumb engine swaps that completely change the character of a vehicle. Enthusiasts with perhaps too much ambition and too little concern for their own safety have crammed way too big of engines into itty-bitty frames. A great example is this 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited on Hemmings with a monstrous Dodge Viper…Read more… Continue […]

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Someone Shoehorned A 500 HP Dodge Viper’s V10 Into A Jeep Wrangler

I love dumb engine swaps that completely change the character of a vehicle. Enthusiasts with perhaps too much ambition and too little concern for their own safety have crammed way too big of engines into itty-bitty frames. A great example is this 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited on Hemmings with a monstrous Dodge Viper…Read more… Continue […]

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Study Reveals The Used Cars That Are Still “Deals” In A Tough Market

You don’t need me to tell you how bonkers the used car market is right now. However, for those who can’t sit on the sidelines for the next year or more, there are some models that could present better values due to sharper depreciation. iSeeCars.com’s most recent study highlights the cars that depreciate the most […]

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Glamis To Gala: The Final Hours Of The Rebelle

After my heart-pounding experience on Thursday trying to shadow the Rebelles through the deserts of California, the final base camp was a drastic change of tone. The final stage of the grueling event takes place entirely in the gargantuan dunes of Glamis, in the Imperial Sand Dunes, where getting stuck is practically…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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A Day With The Rebelle Rally: Into The Storm

It was only 7 PM, but it was impossible to see outside. The wind howled through every crevice and cranny of the old road-trip van I’d used to get out to this event, and even though I was bundled in as many layers as I could find, I could still feel the cold seeping in. […]

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A Day With The Rebelle Rally: Into The Storm

It was only 7 PM, but it was impossible to see outside. The wind howled through every crevice and cranny of the old road-trip van I’d used to get out to this event, and even though I was bundled in as many layers as I could find, I could still feel the cold seeping in. […]

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10 Made-Up Motors You Wish Were Real

It’s amazing the vehicles designers can come up with when they aren’t constrained by the forces of nature or regulatory restrictions. From sci-fi-inspired motorbikes to a space ship based on an old RV, when limited by nothing but the world of make believe, anything is possible. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Most Powerful Jeep Grand Cherokee Is A Plug-in Hybrid

Being outdoorsy is all about loving the environment, right? Leave things the way you found them. If you pack it in you pack it out. Don’t hike off the trail. Preserve nature. So then it makes perfect sense that your off-roading-oriented SUV would be environmentally friendly as well, and it doesn’t hurt that the new…Read […]

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Here Are The Most Interesting Cars Not Sold In America

Premium vans meant for chauffeured luxury are a thing, particularly in Asia. One of the more interesting luxury vans that the U.S. will never get is the recently introduced Hyundai Staria. It can seat up to 11 passengers in two different wheelbase sizes and can be had with either four-cylinder diesel with a manual (!)…Read […]

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It Sounds Like The Successor To The Dodge Journey Will Be The Hornet

You might recall that the dreaded Dodge Journey died last year, leaving a mid-size SUV/crossover-shaped hole in Dodge’s lineup, which currently consists of three cars — the Charger, the Challenger, and the Durango — along with about ten million different trim options. Enter, possibly, the Dodge Hornet. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Wrangler 4xe Just Got Another Price Hike Because It’s Selling Too Well

Jeep’s plug-in hybrid Wrangler is pretty good. It’s also selling like proverbial hotcakes. Wanting to capitalize on a sales success, Jeep has announced a second price hike for the 4xe models, up another $1,220 for both the Sahara 4xe and Rubicon 4xe models, which now start at $52,520 and $56,220 respectively.…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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