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If you’re eager to hear what a Hellcat V8 tuned by the wizards at Hennessey Performance to make 1,000 horsepower sounds like in a 2020 Jeep Gladiator, this is the video for you. It’s the Hennessey Maximus 1000; the limited-edition tuned Gladiator that more than triples the output of the factory version. What’s also interesting is the attempt to measure the difference between the stated engine output and what’s measured at the rear wheels. The video shows multiple angles of the Maximus and...
The Mahindra Roxor too closely resembles the Jeep CJ-7, according to the United States International Trade Commission. Administrative Law Judge Cameron Elliot ruled the Indian firm is guilty of trademark infringement and recommended the implementation of a cease-and-desist order. While many companies licensed the Jeep CJ's basic design over the years for sales abroad, Mahindra, having held its license for decades, the Roxor has only recently gone on sale in this country. Judge Elliot...
The Demon that Dodge chased from the Challenger range in 2018 might soon possess the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Spy shots taken near a testing facility suggest that before it retires, Jeep's flagship SUV will receive the mighty, 6.2-liter V8 engine that powered the limited-edition Challenger Demon. Spies have spotted a Grand Cherokee Trackhawk fitted with an unusual hood we've never seen before. The standard, 707-horsepower model has a pair of power domes you could almost call discreet. The...
When the JL Jeep Wrangler went on sale in early 2018, Jeep made a couple of price corrections — both in the upward direction — as it realized just how hot a property it had. First came a $750 increase across-the-board, $500 in the price, and $250 in the destination and handling charge. Four months later, Jeep boosted the two-door Wrangler price by $450, the four-door by $500, and destination another $50. That's a $1,250 or $1,300 premium for anyone who didn't get their orders handled at the...
Jeep fans who’ve been clamoring for a diesel option will likely focus on the Wrangler's beefy torque, diesel durability and all-day driving range provided by solid jumps in highway fuel economy despite a smaller 18.3-gallon fuel tank (versus 21.5 gallons in gasoline-powered four-door models). EPA fuel economy numbers weren’t yet available (Jeep expects them any day now), but that 500 miles sounds more-than-doable. Once underway, the Wrangler shows 32 to 34 mpg, with as little effort as it...