When the intensly blacked-out Jeep Grand Cherokee debuted at the Houston Auto Show ealier this year it was still without a name. Jeep had a plan though - they launched the "Name my Ride" contest, and ultimately chose "Altitude" from a selection of more than 100,000 entries.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee Altitude is equipped with a black-gloss 20 inch aluminum wheels, platinum-chrome front end trim and mesh grille, black headlamp bezels and black liftgate light bar. Look for it in our showroom by Altitude versions of the Jeep Compass and Patriot soon!
Check out the 2012 300 Mopar Edition. We can't get enough of the chrome-black-and-blue color scheme, especially in the blue pinstripes. The wheels are equipped with 20-inch glossy black rims, which helps to complement the matching grille and beautiful paint job. If you take a look at the 300?s interior, you'll find it full of black leather with blue stitching that matches the stripe on the outside. As if that weren't enough, the seats also have blue Mopar emblems embroidered in them.
Coming soon to McInerney's Woodhaven Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.
Kelly Blue Book estimates that compared to all other SUVs, the Jeep Wrangler will be worth the most compared to its original sticker price if it's sold after five years. Jeep Wrangler may not be great on gas, but it holds its value better than any other small SUV and that counts for a lot. And their estimate doesn't even take into account any discounts or rebates (this includes electric car discounts of $7,500). That means that the resale value percentage could be even higher than what KBB estimates!
Published Monday, 26 September, 2011 by Dan McInerney Jr..