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Jeep Debuts North Edition Models For The Winter Season

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Aaron Smith

Automotive Journalist January 21, 2020 at 01:59 PM
FCA, as a brand, has been on an onslaught, since the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show ended recently. Keeping the momentum going, Jeep has now launched the North Edition versions for its SUVs, in preparation for the ongoing winter season. The North Edition models come packed with plenty of useful features, while not being significantly pricier than the standard version. Read on to find out more about the North Edition models and what do they have on offer.

As the winter season is approaching. Thus, car manufacturers need to guarantee that buyers can moreover get the choice of purchasing vehicles that can handle the cold season around us, effortlessly. One of the main brands, standing against, is Jeep. Jeep has been committing some rough terrain driven vehicles, with its Trailhawk section of cars. As they have presented the North Edition models to the world with the capability of getting customized to withstand the hardest of difficulties that the winter season has to offer. 

For 2020, Jeep will offer the North Edition treatment for every one of its SUVs lineup. You can stroll down to your closest Jeep seller and seize one of the North Edition variants of your preferred SUV. But, the Renegade North Edition will begin landing on the showroom floors from March onwards. So what will the North Edition SUVs have additional for the customers?

Indeed, the North Edition models offer optional accessories that are always welcomed by those who are engaging in the chilly climate. To increase the grip levels, the basic Jeep 4x4 will have features like brake lock differential, anti-lock brakes, and traction control fitted as standard. This will provide the vehicle, to get the greatest amount of traction on the wheel which requires it the most. Accordingly, this will result in the top level of grip possible, regardless of any winter condition difficulties.

You additionally get standard off-road tires that expand the capability of better traction in the snow surface. henceforth giving exceptional grip. Sit inside this Jeep and what you'll notice additional features to make life easier. What is a portion of those highlights? Additional features include heated seats and steering wheel. That implies you won't need to drive with your gloves on or put on various layers of woollens when driving your vehicle. 

You will furthermore welcome the remote start system that will enable you to keep your vehicle pre-ready to leave without the issue of heating the engine for optimal working temperature levels. Handling the entertainment depart is an 8.4” touchscreen infotainment system fitted in your Jeep in addition with the Uconnect system. Other features such as Apple Carplay, Android Auto comes standard. For weather updates, both current and future, SiriusXM Travel Link Weather comes integrated into the infotainment system. 

To bypass the dirty floor mats issue due to slush and snow, Jeep North Edition models now offers all-weather floor mats. For easy rear visibility, outside mirrors get options for heating and power adjustment. And in case you still get stuck in the snow. You get tow hooks as standard too, for easy winch support. 

“Every Jeep 4x4 is engineered to easily tackle winter, and our new North Editions add features and technology to make winter driving even more of a pleasure,” said Jim Morrison, Head of Jeep Brand - FCA North America.

Additional features such as Jeep’s Trail Rated Kit also comes standard in the North Edition models. This kit includes two straps, D-rings, carabiner, gloves, safety kit. All stuffed up in a single unit. The question in mind is still the same, Price of the North Edition models? We sure have the answer.

The North Edition version of the Jeep Cherokee with the Latitude trim has been priced at $29,755. The pricing for the North Edition version of the Jeep Compass with the Sport trim has been priced at $27,800.The cheapest and the most affordable version of the North Edition edition is available in the Renegade with the Sport trim. Which can be yours in the Jeep Renegade North Edition trim by paying just $26,670.If you want the Gladiator with the North Edition edition, you will have to be ready to pay $45,720.

Finally, if you were looking forward to the North Edition versions of the Jeep Wrangler with Sahara trim and the Grand Cherokee with the Laredo trim, you’ll have to set apart $44,465 and $38,790 respectively.

 

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