EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org This Jeep, with Factory AC is a 2 Owner Jeep that started life in Southern California and is in Rust-free original condition including original paint and interior. You can tell this Jeep has always been garage kept and well maintained. It has never been used off-road. Powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission this Jeep will take you anywhere you want to go. Modifications to this Jeep include a Rubicon Express 2.5-inch lift kit that was professionally installed, 5 Hutchinson Rock Monster Wheels, All original suspension, Tuffy Lock Center Console, Brand new Bestop Soft top, Blaupunkt CD AM FM with MP 3 and factory sound bar. Rolling down the road with top down and doors off is the only way to ride in this ultra-cool Jeep. Options on this 1991 Jeep Wrangler YJ 4X4 include; AC, AM/FM Radio with CD Player, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Manual Convertible Soft Top, Radial Tires, and Custom Aluminum/Alloy Wheels. Owning a Jeep Wrangler is a must, nothing beats driving with the top down in a Jeep. You could be in the city or on a country road in the middle of nowhere, itís all fun in the sun.
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Auto blogThu, 16 Jan 2014 09:29:00 EST
Jeep CEO Mike Manley would rather soft-pedal the seven-figure prognostication for now, but Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne won't have it, proclaiming in an interview that Jeep will sell one million units worldwide this year. Manley has called that come-hither number "a stretch," the history of recent gains perhaps reason for his caution: in 2011 the brand sold 568,317 units, followed by the record-breaking tally of 701,626, then another record in 2013 with 731,565 units moved.
That kind of gap means everything will need to go magically for Jeep to record a 37-percent increase this year - amazing Cherokee sales, a brilliant launch for the little Jeep arriving in Europe later this year and a heavy wave to raise sales in US, European and Chinese markets. Manley is confident about the prospects in 2015, though, with the Cherokee in full stride, the Fiat-based Jeep on its way to the US and expanded global production. It's not as though Marchionne's prediction for Jeep's 2014 sales is unexpected, since he first made it last year. But even if the number ends up a little short for 2014, there's no doubt it will be impressive.
Jeep has been shuttling around Alfa Romeo-based test mules and camouflaged prototypes of its replacement for the current Liberty for some time now. Those heavily disguised vehicles may have offered a glimpse of the new Jeep, but a new set of production-line images from Jalopnik tell a much more complete story.
Jalopnik report indicates unequivocally that the Cherokee name will be re-upped in place of Liberty, though it doesn't spell out exactly where that thinking comes from, though a name change has been rumored for some time. Chances are good that the same source that delivered these factory images delivered the name, as well.
The Cherokee absolutely has some Alfa Romeo DNA in its makeup, the final product is far from looking like its Guilietta ancestor. The athletic, high-waisted design is relatively attractive from what we can see here, though the grille and headlight treatment are sure to cause a lot of ruckus when the Cherokee makes its official debut at the New York Auto Show in April. The very narrow, pointed headlamps are pinched in a not particularly Jeep-ish fashion, and the curved, short version of the seven-slot grille is far more rakish than anything that Jeep has produced to date.
Chrysler announced its 2013 financial results today and unveiled its new name and decidedly bank-like logo. Amid the announcement, Chrysler posted big gains in income, while Fiat didn't perform to analysts' expectations.
For 2013, Chrysler had revenue of $72.1 billion, up 10 percent from 2012. Net income reached $2.8 billion, a 65-percent increase. It was the company's third straight year of annual profits.
In terms of unit sales, Chrysler sold 2.4 million cars worldwide in 2013, up 9 percent. According to Automotive News, 1.8 million of those vehicles were sold in the US, a 14-percent increase. The sales growth boosted Chrysler's US market share to 11.4 percent, up 0.2 percent.