New Jeep 75th Anniversary Range Goes On Sale In The UK

Jeep has announced a new limited edition of the Renegade, Cherokee, Wrangler and Grand Cherokee with special exterior and interior touches.

The Renegade 75th Anniversary, carries a Jungle Green livery, 18-inch wheels, bronze-colored fog lamp bezels, roof rails, MySky sunroof with removable panels and new fabric seats in Black or Black and Sandstorm with Tangerine stitching. Power comes from either a 170 HP 1.4-liter MutliAir II, paired to a 9-speed auto, or a 2.0-liter MutliJet II with 140 HP, connected to a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 9-speed automatic.

Coming in Recon Green and with bi-xenon headlamps, Nappa leather seats with dual tone Tangerine/Pearl stitching, 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen radio, heated steering wheel and dual pane panoramic sunroof, all in standard, the Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary is powered by a 200 HP turbodiesel MultiJet I 2.2-liter engine, with either the Active Drive I 4×4 system or Active Drive II with 2-speed power transmission units and low mode.

The Wrangler 75th Anniversary has a Sarge Green body and it carries body-color grille, low gloss bronze accents at the front, function air vents on the Power Dome hood, Ombre Mesh leather seats, navigation and premium sound system. Power comes from a 2.8-liter turbodiesel with 200 HP or a 3.6-liter petrol with 284 HP.

Jeep’s Grand Cherokee is the last one to receive the special edition add-ons and it has 20-inch light alloy wheels, Quadra-Lift air suspension system that adjusts ground clearance up to five different levels, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, navigation and Nappa leather in Morocco Black. It is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 MultiJet, producing 250 HP and paired with an 8-speed auto transmission.

The asking price is £26,795 ($37,925) for the Renegade, while the Cherokee will set buyers back for £38,945 ($55,120). Prices for the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee are yet to be announced, as is the number of limited edition vehicles, out of the total 8,000 units built for the entire EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region that will be available in the UK.


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