Celebrating all Seasons with the Greatest of Jeep’s Line-up

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I have grown my profound liking of the Jeep’s in the last few years, although they look too masculine than feminine which is a strange liking when you are a man. Don’t get me wrong guys its just the car thing. If you’re thinking that time has come and you’re going to finally get the car you’ve always wanted, there are some special jeeps out there that you can always hoop at, some very special editions, you should check them out. Particularly for those living in a climate that gets to celebrate all seasons, even ones that regularly dump 5-10 feet of snow, you know a thing or two about the kind of vehicle that can handle winters like a pro. Luckily, so does Jeep.

Like you and those who live in gorgeous wintry climates, Jeep doesn’t see the snow as a hindrance, but as one more way to celebrate winter which is why they’ve created exciting Limited Editions dedicated to the love of cold, snow and getting outdoors! Right now, you can find new and used Jeep Wranglers in Limited Winter Editions that will keep you warm, keep you safe but most importantly keep you enjoying the gorgeous powder that’s coming your way!

Another exciting jeep is the Grand Cherokee which has been lowered to give a more aggressive look, (2016 mode)l the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Night bears a look even more sleek and ‘stealthy’ that it’s already designed to. Making bold statements across its exterior which is strategically placed glossy black appointments that show up on the roof, rear spoiler, front grille bezels, B and C pillars as well as the side window surrounds. Covered in a satin finish are the all new, lightweight, 20-inch split five spoke wheels, also black and designed to showcase the SRT8 Brembo brakes. The list is endless.

The interior, you could guess, is also done in black. Black Laguna leather with silver accents offer a stark contrast to the exterior color pallet: Velvet Red, Billet Silver, and Granite Crystal all look both sharp and luxurious. With a few extra dollars to the deposit the Grand Cherokee can add more features to include dual panel sunroof, dual screen rear entertainment system and a trailer tow package all these to be powered by the stock 6.4L HEMI V8 that delivers an aggressive 475 horsepower. Adaptive damping suspension and Selec-Track Traction Control system also come standard on the Grand Cherokee Night. An engine like this is going to deliver more than enough power to solidly get you safely through any wintery night regardless of your climate.

Back In 2012, when Jeep was having a hayday with special editions, they were mostly celebrating warm climates like the Mojave or Islander. However, that same year Jeep introduced another edition, one for the snow bunnies and snowmen in us all: the Arctic Edition. I call it the car with “wise looks”, the Arctic is available in two or four door configurations and sits on 17-inch wheels wrapped in the Rubicon’s hunky 32-inch tires. Adorning the body are “Arctic” fender badges, a body-colored roof and fender flares, black fuel door, tail light guards, hood strip and special “yeti footprint” decals on the fender and hood. While the exterior body comes available in three colors, Bright Silver, Bright White and Winter Chill, the various blacked out elements on the exterior offer a stark contrast.

Even though you won’t be in winter snow rather than your office, the interior is suited for the toughest temperatures should there be  a sudden change of weather pattern. Heavy duty heated black cloth seats outlined in orange stitching and piping matches the warm leather steering wheel. Arctic logos can be found on the front seat backrests and slush-ready floor mats. Powering a beast like this through the wintery snow-laden streets, trails and mountain tracks need and perfect combination, The Pentastar V6 engine that is backed by a 6 speed manual transmission provides the perfect match. An optional 5-speed automatic is available, as well.

The 2012 Arctic Edition was also made available in the Jeep Liberty Sport 4×4. Along with the Wrangler, the Liberty received the same fender badges while the hood decal is unique and misses the opportunity to celebrate any snowy mythical beasts. A few more appointments are added to the interior of the Liberty which the Wrangler missed out on. I hope that the perfect jeep will always get home or to that far away camp site on your holiday.

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