Jeep has replaced the 168bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine found in high-spec Cherokees with a new 2.2-litre, Euro 6-compliant powerplant.
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The past week has witnessed one of the automotive industry’s worst fears coming to life. A hacker was able to access a car and take control of it via its onboard systems to isolate the driver from any ability to work the car.
Crossovers and mid-size SUVs are big business – just ask Nissan – and at the larger end of the mid-size scale, coming to mix it with cars like the Freelander-replacing Discovery Sport, are cars like these: the Ford Kuga and Jeep Cherokee.
Jeep has been going through something of a renaissance in recent years, moving towards 10,000 sales a year in the UK despite being close to being canned just a couple of years ago.
Jeep's turnaround has been something of a success story and fleet sales have formed quite a part of that. The new Renegade though, is a lifestyle SUV. Will it appeal to fleets too?
Jeep has announced a new high-performance variant of its flagship SUV, the Grand Cherokee, will go on sale this week.
Jeep has confirmed pricing for its Renegade. The small SUV will be available to order from January 6 2015, with the first models being delivered from mid-February.
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