KC Hilites New Flex Array Jeep LEDs & The Great American Story

main-v2 When it comes to offroad lighting, few companies can say it all like KC HiLites. You can look through any truck or racing magazine from the 1970's on, or any old family photos with pickup trucks and Jeeps, and chances are, you'll see some KC HiLites as bold as yellow, with the smiley face covers that make them instantly recognized as the premium lights for racing and off road use. Read more ...

Jeep Grand Cherokee 2017 “Made in India”

Made in India Chrysler-Jeep will be investing $280 million in India to begin producing the Jeep Grand Cherokee there in a joint venture with Tatra Motors. With a population of more than 1.25 Billion people in India, it's a large market place. By 2018, Jeep is looking to double it's 1 million Jeep sales figure it had in 2014. Their overall global sales, from India, along with China and the U.S., will help them accomplish this goal. Read more ...

Fiat Chrysler Being Punished for Recall Failures…

FIAT RECALL 2015 The NHTSA is dropping the hammer on Fiat Chrysler because of their numerous recent recalls on their vehicle. Over 11 million vehicles have been impacted by around 23 recalls in recent times. This has caused the NHTSA to consider fines and penalties - even as far as having Fiat Chrysler buy back some vehicles from consumers. The NHTSA's concern is that Fiat Chrysler failed to follow federal laws that can require they handle recalls and repairs quickly, in a timely manner. Read more ...

Code name: Trackhawk. Is this the next Jeep Grand Cherokee marque to slip into the Jeep market?

main-v3 We love a good Jeep rumor, but this one just might have some teeth to it.  Jeep continues to dig deep into the Dodge engineering well and pull out some serious horsepower for the go fast gear heads who have to have the best of both worlds: an SUV, but with power to get to the office a hell of a lot faster. Read more ...

Jeep Grand Cherokee Recall for Liftgate Moisture Problems

main-v2 It's been estimated by the FCA (Fiat Chrysler Group) that around 99,400+ Jeep Cherokees (in the U.S. and Mexico) have an issue with their power liftgate control modules, and some other related components, due to moisture. Jeep indicates they can install some kind of shield to help prevent the issue. This has prompted a recall by the FCG. Part of the issue is failure of the parts, but there have been instances of fires from the control modules themselves as well. If you include vehicles globally, the numbers could climb as high as 164,000 vehicles overall in need of repair or modification. Jeep Grand Cherokee models built between 2014 and 2015 can be effected (if you have a power lift gate). You can inspect the cargo area yourself for moisture or leaks caused by the defect. Your best bet is to contact your local dealership to find out more about the recall and how it might effect you.  

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