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2016 Jeep Wrangler recalled over impact sensor wiring

Another, smaller recall focuses on fleets.

There are no injuries/fatalities associated with the Jeep recall, and just one "potentially related injury" in the truck/police car recall.

Official
Jeep to stop using bad Takata airbag inflators next week

The 2016 Wrangler is the last FCA vehicle equipped with non-desiccated ammonium-nitrate airbags.

2016 Jeep Wranglers are still being sold with airbag inflators that will be recalled in the future.

Featured
Jeep Wrangler JK's exit interview: brilliant, flaws and all

We grab a Rubicon Hard Rock and head to the hills to mull over its enduring appeal.

The current Jeep Wrangler is a dead off-roader walking. We examine its enduring appeal and the mountain the iconic 4x4's replacement has to climb.

Los Angeles
2016 Jeep Wrangler Backcountry is Xtremely Purple

Jeep's 2016 Wrangler Backcountry is based on the Sahara model, but features winter-specific upgrades and an optional shade of paint called Xtreme purple.

Report
Jeep Wrangler likely to get aluminum body, will stay in Toledo

Perhaps more than any other vehicle currently for sale in the United States, the Jeep Wrangler is viewed by purist fans as a vehicle that simply must maintain the status quo. In this case, that means a body-on-frame design, solid axles, a relatively large engine sitting up front and a removable top. It's always been that way, and it always will be.

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2016 Jeep Wrangler to ditch solid axles to save weight?

Hey, Jeep fans. If you think the idea of a funky-looking, car-based Cherokee revival is offensive, have a listen to what might be in store for the next-gen Jeep Wrangler. Automotive News is reporting that as Jeep develops the 2016 Wrangler, weight reduction is a crucial target, and the Wrangler's rugged solid axles could be sacrificed i

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Radical 2016 Jeep Wrangler suggested by job listings?

With most inside the industry expecting the next-generation Jeep Wrangler to arrive for the 2016 model year, it makes sense that the automaker would be looking for some choice candidates to to fill program openings as the off-roader goes through its development. A recent ad on Chryslercareers.com suggests to some that the lightweight Michael Harley