Jeep has long been known for vehicles that enable owners to go anywhere, do anything, at least in spirit.
SEMA, or the Specialty Equipment Market Association, has announced the winners of its second-annual Hottest Cars award for the 2011 SEMA aftermarket trade show, currently going on in Las Vegas.
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Jeep continues to work out issues in its new nine-speed automatic.
The 2014 Jeep Cherokee could end up being the best-selling Jeep model, but dealers have yet to receive any.
Besides the holidays, savvy car buyers know deep discounts can also be had towards year's end as dealers cut prices on last year's cars to make room for the newest models.