Jeep has long been known for vehicles that enable owners to go anywhere, do anything, at least in spirit.
Currently, there's a rift in how people use and relate to technology inside of a car, and outside of one.
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Last month, California Democrats Anna Eshoo and Henry Waxman requested automaker Chrysler to notify owners of its Jeep Wrangler SUV about issues with the suspension.
While details are still a little sparse on the upcoming 2014 Jeep Liberty replacement, we know that it's going to be a crossover based on the Dodge Dart, which should aid its fuel economy numbers.
Could Jeep finally be adding a diesel and Wrangler-based pickup truck to its lineup in the near future?