European-spec 2019 Renegade will have diesel engines, but U.S. models will only get turbocharged gasoline units.
The 2019 Renegade gets a more upmarket look than its predecessor. Jeep recently revealed the updated model in Europe, and it will go on sale near the end of the year. Headlights include a new
This summer was an incredible year for fans of the large, luxury SUV. Cheap gas and a long list of choices for luxurious people haulers made for some awesome testing here at TFL. We were all excited to hear that Jeep is bringing back the Grand Wagoneer, but now it
New IIHS Midsize SUV crash testing reveals design flaws in models like the Ford Explorer and Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Top Safety Pick - these are three words automakers love to use in advertising their cars. Safety sells, particularly with SUVs, and if you can show your vehicle is safer than everyone
This 2003 Jeep Wrangler TJ Rubicon has a rare feature, hiding right in plain sight.
Here at TFL, we always seize every opportunity we get to check out a cool Jeep. The Wrangler is one of the most quintessentially American vehicles on the road. After all, its military ancestor helped win
By 2022, FCA aims for 1 in 5 SUVs sold to be Jeeps.
Today in Balocco, Italy, FCA boss Sergio Marchionne laid out the company's plans for aggressive global expansion within the next five years. At the heart of those goals lies Jeep, currently the company's most profitable brand. Right now,
Despite recent rumors, Chrysler will not be discontinued, according to an FCA spokesperson.
Tomorrow, Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne will lay out a plan for the next five years. Automotive News recently reported about tomorrow's schedule on a company website, where it looks like some big plans are in the works. Noticeably absent, however, are
UPDATE 5/31/18: TFL received information from a source working at an FCA dealership that those dealers informed employees Chrysler was, in fact, going to be discontinued. However, an FCA spokesperson responded to TFL's request for comment stating the company will not, in fact, cut Chrysler from their portfolio.
Speculation is swirling as
Apparently, certain FCA vehicles are having a problem with their cruise control system. When the system is forced to accelerate to keep speed, say on a hill, there is a potential for the system to short circuit. The result of this short circuit is a vehicle that is 'locked' in