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A V8 engine is finally being put under the hood of a Jeep Wrangler again. It's been so long since an open-top Jeep had an optional V8 that back then, the Wrangler was still a CJ or civilian Jeep, and the engine came from American Motors Corporation. Suffice it to say, the 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392's 6.4-liter Hemi engine shares nothing at all in common with AMC's old 304 cubic-inch block. Let's get the engine's specs out of the way: The 6.4-liter naturally aspirated V8 will produce 470...
Sometimes an old car will make you shake your head and ask, "how?" In this case, how did someone only put 42,000 miles on what is easily one of the most basic, lightly equipped Jeep Cherokees ever made? Currently, for sale, it has the 2.5-liter four-cylinder, a four-speed manual transmission, and vinyl seats. The wheels are steel, and the "color" is such that you wonder if pigment was an option. It doesn't have air conditioning, and the radio is so basic I can't actually tell how it works...
Jeep just put together the mountain biking enthusiast’s dream off-roading truck. It’s called the Jeep Gladiator Top Dog Concept, and it essentially takes a huge number of off-the-shelf Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) and slaps them on a single Gladiator in pursuit of a mountain biking theme. The big area of change is the bed. Jeep removed the standard bed in favor of a custom PCOR flatbed storage system. It’s loaded to the brim with features. The driver’s side features a battery-powered...
It looks like Jeep got tired of folks saying the Ford Bronco’s mirror situation was better than the Wrangler’s. You see, Ford designed the Bronco’s doors so that the mirrors remain on the vehicle when removed. Both the Wrangler and Gladiator are the opposite. When the doors come off, the side mirrors come off with them. That’s convenient for extremely narrow trails where vegetation or rocks are encroaching on the vehicle’s width, but it’s the worst for folks who want to drive around town in...
The Jeep Gladiator gets a new but familiar edition for the 2021 model year, borrowing the Willys trim level from the Wrangler line. There are the requisite badges and stickers. Fortunately, there's content included in the package that may make the Gladiator Willys edition based on the Sport S trim attractive to buyers. Jim Morrison, Head of Jeep Brand in North America, says, "Gladiator Willys models harken back to the original Jeep lineup while offering an aggressive look and additional...