Jeep is paying tribute to the U.S. Military with a full lineup of Special Edition Freedom Editions. They’re available across the 4X4 lineup and Jeep says it will donate $250 to United Service Organizations (USO) for every Freedom Edition sold.
The special editions feature military-themed exterior and interior design cues that pay tribute to servicemen and women. Exterior features include a large “Oscar Mike” military star decal on the hood, matte black/Satin Carbon wheels and accents and an American flag decal along the side of each vehicle. Wrangler and Gladiators also feature an “Oscar Mike” decal on the rear tailgate.
“At the Jeep brand, we are proud of our military heritage, with origins that date back to 1941, and the Freedom special editions are a tribute to all who have served and continue to serve,” said Jim Morrison, Vice President, Jeep Brand – North America. “This Memorial Day, we honor those who have made the greatest sacrifice for their country and support those who continue to serve through these special editions.”
All active and recently retired service members also qualify for the $500 Military Bonus Cash across the Jeep 4x4 lineup.Here’s a look at the starting MSRPs, excluding destination.
|2021 Jeep Renegade||$26,285|
|2021 Jeep Compass||$27,090|
|2021 Jeep Cherokee||$27,955|
|2021 Jeep Wrangler||$36,210|
|2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited||$39,465|
|2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee||$37,085|
|2021 Jeep Gladiator||$42,015|
Jeep’s customer care program, Jeep Wave, comes standard on all 2021 models. Jeep says it gives customers dedicated 24/7 phone or online chat support. It also includes three years of worry-free maintenance at Jeep dealerships, including oil changes and tire rotations, vehicle protection including 24/7 roadside assistance and first-day loaner coverage and VIP access to select, exclusive Jeep brand events.