Jeep Rolls Out 80th Anniversary Edition Models

Jeep Rolls Out 80th Anniversary Edition Models

Jeep Rolls Out 80th Anniversary Edition Models

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Eighty years after its original creation in 1941, Jeep continues to push the limits of what an SUV is and can be! To celebrate their 80th anniversary, Jeep has announced the 80th Anniversary Edition across their whole lineup! These top of the line Jeep’s come jam-packed with impressive standard features inside and outside. 80th Anniversary Editions will come with Jeep’s legendary 4×4 capability, unique accents inside and out, and 80th Anniversary commemorative badges to distinguish these one of a kind models from the rest. The 80th Anniversary Editions will roll off the line in the fourth quarter of 2020. Keep reading to learn more about these one-off vehicles and all their remarkable features!

Wrangler and Gladiator

The beastly Wrangler and Gladiator 80th Anniversary Edition models come out of the factory with a completely new definition of an off-road vehicle. The exterior of these two off-road champions boasts 18-inch wheels with large Bridgestone Deuler all-terrain tires underneath body-colored fender flares. Inside, drivers and passengers will enjoy an 8.4-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM satellite radio, black cloth seats with 80th Anniversary tags, remote start, and Anodized Gunmetal mid-bolsters on the dash. Accents on the interior stitching, as well as Berber floor mats in this edition, are Light Tungsten. These two are sure to impress from end to end.

Cherokee and Grand Cherokee

Meanwhile, over in the midsize-SUV Jeep grouping, the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee hold their own exciting collection of features. Starting on the inside, both models provide comfort with leather seating. There are a handful of attributes that differ between the two sibling models. While the Cherokee rolls on 19-inch wheels, the Grand Cherokee rides on 20-inch wheels. The Grand Cherokee comes with Jeep’s state-of-the-art ProTech II safety bundle. ProTech II includes full-speed forward collision warning with active braking, ParkSense parking assist, adaptive stop-and-go cruise control, LaneSense lane departure warning, and rain-sensing windshield wipers. The Cherokee is more focused on interior comfort. This model gives drivers power front seats, dual-zone climate control, remote start, and a dual-pane power sunroof. Both come with an 8.4-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and more!

Compass and Renegade

Last, but certainly not least in Jeep’s 80th Anniversary lineup, comes the Compass and Renegade in the small SUV class. Both models come equipped with Granite Crystal finished 19-inch wheels, 80th-anniversary commemorative badges, black headliners and Berber floor mats, leather seats with Light Tungsten stitching, and Jeep’s fourth-generation Uconnect system with GPS navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Audio, and SiriusXM. Here are the differences between these two spectacular SUVs. The Compass adds on a power driver’s seat, remote start, and an automatic dim rearview mirror. Meanwhile, the Renegade tacks on dual-zone climate control.

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80 years have brought a lot of changes to Jeep’s design, but there is one thing Jeep lovers can always count on, that bold confident exterior look, luxurious interior qualities backed by Jeep’s legendary four-wheel-drive system. If you’re interested in Jeep’s 80th Anniversary Edition or any other Jeep model, check out our inventory online or come down to Victory DCJR in Kingwood, Home of the Victory Advantage!