Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Jeep Sales Rise Above the Competition

Jeep is back but not like the Kiss Comeback Tour. I’m talking numbers here. Jeep sales have soared 44% since last year powered by the new Cherokee and a revamped version of the 2013 Grand Cherokee model.

This resurgence comes only 6 years after Chrysler was on the brink of extinction, SUVs were kicked to the curb, gas prices soared and models like the Grand Cherokee and Wrangler suffered. This period turned out to be the wake up call for Jeep as new models were designed that now emphasized MPGs with manliness. What’s more impressive is that Jeep did not run scared, never fearing to make modifications on products that worked. In 2017 The Wrangler, for instance, is scheduled to be engineered with a lighter frame for even better fuel economy and this 4x4 monster sells as consistently as Michael Jordan hits his jumper.

These alterations have lead to innovated vehicle concepts such as the Renegade (2015)  and the anticipated Grand Wagoneer (2018). These additions place Jeep in the ring to wrestle with the big boys of American made cars like Ford and Chevy. Since 2013, even though Jeep sales have sky-rocketed past their American competitors, skeptics view their success as a fluke because other car companies can produce different styled models whereas Jeep is limited to 4x4 crossovers and SUVs. (This is why Jeep needs a truck).


Only time will determine how far Jeep innovation can continue to push sales but until that time comes the critics can shove their opinions up their tail-pipe!

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Express Yourself

Souping up your Jeep is as natural as getting dressed in the morning, and if we don't do right we're going to notice people pointing our way.  Creating innovative product is tough work when you have to meet the high expectations of Jeepers because they crave self expression. Whether you get a lift or install Rockstars that fling mud so fast that Nolan Ryan would be jealous all depends on your mojo.


Cars or clothes, we want our Jeep buddies to know what we’re about. Jeep isn’t just another vehicle, it’s an extension of our being.


Customizing is the best part about owning a Jeep. Sure, others outfit their car by what? Adding a spoiler? Changing the rims? Hey, I'm not knocking these cosmetics because women do have to wear make-up, but sorry Giselle,  Jeep owners have a reputation to live up to!


Here is some merchandise that morphs your Jeep from sheep to beast.

- Rockstar Series Wheels
- Mopar Stage 3 Series 3” Lift Kit
- Satin Black Grill
- Wrangler HD Full Width Front Bumper
- Wrangler HD LED Lights Rear Bumper
- Front Bumper Cover
- Wrangler LED Daytime Running Lights

Rejoice Jeep owners, only we are lucky enough to make our Jeeps in our own image. Show your voice today!

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Off-roading Dictionary


Brush up on some off-road terms!
Articulation – Articulation happens when one or more wheels are elevated and others are planted on the ground. This helps your Jeep brand vehicle drive over rocks and other objects you may encounter on the trail while maintaining stability.
Crawl Ratio – Your Jeep brand vehicle’s crawl ratio is what allows it to climb steep inclines or take on taller rocks. It allows your vehicle to slowly maneuver up and over your obstacle without you having to use the accelerator.
Ground Clearance – Ground clearance refers to the height of objects your vehicle can take on without causing any damage to the underside of your vehicle.
Low-range – The low-range feature on your Jeep brand vehicle helps you to add additional traction when needed.
Traction – Traction is what helps keep your Jeep brand vehicle from sliding on slippery or wet surfaces. It helps you maintain control of the vehicle, particularly when driving in rain, snow and mud.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Monday, July 28, 2014

2014 Jeep Wrangler MOJO Concept

The Jeep Wrangler MOJO started out with a two-inch Jeep Performance Parts lift kit, a 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case and a Shorty bumper. The Wrangler MOJO also received front and rear Dana 44 axles and 37-inch off-road-ready tires, helping it achieve a 59:1 crawl ratio.

On the hood, the Jeep Wrangler MOJO concept sports a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon X styled hood with a topographical design. Under the hood, the Jeep Wrangler MOJO concept features a 3.6-liter Pentastar® V-6 engine.