Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition Returns for Memorial Day

June 11th, 2013 by

As many already know, our preferred utilitarian
automaker shares a special history with the U.S. Army; the Jeep Wrangler
is a direct descendant of a model that was previously used in World War II.
Dedicated to continuing their tribute to this country’s armed forces, the brand
recently introduced a limited edition SUV in recognition of Memorial Day.

Actually, the American automaker did the same thing
last year in honor of Veteran’s Day, but we’re delighted to see the return of
the Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition.

For those who may not know, this exclusive trim
takes the Jeep
, already a stylish option for drivers in greater
Miami and gives the SUV even more of a patriotic flair. Take
for example the hues; the car is only available in red, white and blue. There
are also respectable, military-inspired starts adoring the vehicle’s front hood
and rear quarter panel.

But that’s not all. Moving to the interior, the
front seats of the 2014 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition feature a star patch and
silver stitching that contrasts tastefully with their black upholstery.

Although if the limited edition SUV’s style doesn’t
sway you completely, the cause likely will. That’s because the Jeep brand is
donating a generous $250 to military charities for each of the Freedom Edition
models moved from dealerships to patriotic owners.

If you’d like more information on this limited trim,
or another model that captures your style, we invite you to visit our experts
at Hollywood Chrysler Jeep. Conveniently located in
Hollywood, FL, we’re always happy to answer any questions
and arrange telling test drives!

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