Jeep presents a “winter package” for all its modelsJanuary 17, 2020
Crossovers and SUVs of the American automaker will receive a special “winter package”, which will receive the designation North Edition. All of them are available for order right now, with the exception of the Renegade North Edition crossover, which will appear only in March.
Jeep has a reputation as a car manufacturer that can do just fine with virtually any off-road and in any weather. The automaker is also striving to win the hearts of customers who live in cold climates by offering their cars with the special North Edition winter package, which is available for the entire lineup, including the mid-size Gladiator pickup.
“When winter weather comes, your Jeep might be your best friend,” said Jim Morrison, head of FCA North America. This Italian-American concern includes an American company.
“Our new versions of North Edition add the features and technology needed for winter to make winter driving even more enjoyable and safer.”
What is the difference between versions of North Edition? In terms of performance, nothing changes. In terms of equipment, the North Edition does offer a range of standard features that can help drivers and passengers survive a cold day. We are talking about heated seats, heated steering wheel, as well as electrically heated mirrors, all-weather floor mats and remote engine start.
In case the car does get captured in winter, there are North Editions towing hooks, a tow rope, D-rings and a special carbine and even gloves. Jeep does not call the North Edition a “package.” Here is the price list with base prices for all Jeep North Edition models.
The Renegade Sport pickup was offered for $ 26,670, the Compas Sport crossover for $ 27,800, the Cherokee Latitude crossover for $ 29,755, the Grand Cherokee Laredo SUV for $ 38,790, the Wrangler Sahara for $ 44,465, and the Gladiator Overland for $ 45,720.
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