We all know that Jeeps are great off-road, but Autoblog's Adam Morath takes the 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited X Edition for a spin on some city streets to see how Wrangler performs as a commuter vehicle.
What would the devil drive if he had to go off-roading? Probably something along the lines of the Fab Fours Legend, a highly customized Jeep Wrangler Unlimited that has rolled in on its 50-inch tires to Jay Leno's Garage for this latest video installment.
MotorWeek's Retro Review series finds treasure in the archives with a look at the entire 1983 AMC lineup, including the models from Jeep and Renault. This was just a few years before the company was sold to Chrysler.
Fiat Chrysler, which makes Jeeps, recalled 1.56 million of them in June 2013 under pressure from U.S. safety regulators. But only 12 percent of the SUVs have been repaired in the 18 months since the recall, a much slower pace than usual.
Autoblog's Newest Video Series Documents The Treacherous Trails Of Moab's Red Desert
Car Club USA travels to Moab, UT to document one of the most challenging Jeep Jamboree events. We follow the Just Jeeps club of Omaha and other Jeep enthusiasts as they brave the Red Desert's trying off-road trails during this annual Jeep adventure.
Just hours after winning the game to guarantee a spot in the Super Bowl, New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork rescued a woman from an overturned Jeep along the side of the highway. He reportedly lifted her out with one arm.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a Preliminary Evaluation into the 2015 Jeep Cherokee because one caught fire while parked in California. The owner had reportedly only purchased the SUV about two days before the blaze, and the vehicle had less than 100 miles on it. Much of the incident was captured on camera.
MotorWeek keeps finding gold in its archives, and this latest 1984 SUV comparison is just further proof of that. The test pits the Chevrolet Blazer, Ford Bronco and Jeep Cherokee in Wagoneer trim against each other through several categories.
Comedian Blake Anderson, a co-creator and star of the Comedy Central show Workaholics, skipped the usual Porsche or BMW as his first big purchase after entertainment industry success. Instead, he opted for the most patriotic vehicle that he could find. Anderson tells the story of buying his bald-eagle-adorned Jeep in this interview with Conan O'Brien.