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A mechanical and aeronautical engineer who led development of the first Jeep Cherokee and Ford's original GT40, Roy Lunn helped pioneer unitized bodies for SUVs to help meet fuel-economy requirements.
Think “American-made” doesn't mean what it used to? You're right, at least if you're talking about how to define the world's “Most-American” vehicles.
The 2012 Jeep Liberty SUV is under a preliminary U.S. safety investigation for complaints of a failing airbag control computer.
FCA's May sales fell 0.9 percent as Jeep slid, but Ram topped Chevy's Silverado for the third straight month.
An online used-vehicle retailer specializes in an obscure but profitable niche — right-hand-drive Jeep Cherokees from Japan.
Jeep's first pickup in a generation was spotted in Michigan by spy photographers.
Spy photographers have captured the first public images of Fiat Chrysler's upcoming midsize pickup based on the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
The exterior of the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler won't change much, but the cabin will get a major upgrade, spy photographs indicate.
The redesigned 2017 Compass is the key to Jeep's strategy to grow its global sales. And the key to the Compass is an innovative driveline system developed by GKN.
New spy photographs of the interior of the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler show it is destined to receive a major upgrade when it comes to the cabin.
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That vehicle under a cover outside Fiat Chrysler's Toledo Assembly Complex in Ohio? It might be a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. Or it may be a decoy.
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