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Designed and developed after the 1963 iconic Jeep Wrangler, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is the new Jeep of Tallassee that everyone's waiting for with bated breath. Scheduled to be launched early next year, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is said to offer increased performance and functionality. This new Jeep Wrangler is guaranteed to make heads turn, come late 2019. Automobile experts believe this car will give stiff competition to the new Dodge RAM 1500.

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator is a midsize pickup truck with a 5-foot bed that mimics the look and design of the massive '63 Wrangler. The decision to retain the aesthetics of the Jeep has been a deliberate one, keeping in mind how the '63 model is still a favorite with Jeep enthusiasts.

The car's engine is a 3.6 liter V6, producing 285-horsepower and with a 260 lb-ft of torque. A 3-liter diesel, the six-cylinder version with 260 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque is said to be on the cards and may be launched mid-2020. The Gladiator has a sizeable payload capacity for a midsized vehicle, at 1600 pounds. Its large 137-inch wheelbase is more than capable of meeting this high payload capacity.

The Gladiator comes in four trim levels - Sport, Sport S, Overland and Rubicon as the variants progress, the off-roading capabilities of the vehicles increases. Each variant has the option of the 6-speed manual and the 8-speed automatic transmission.

This particular Jeep model is a 4-door 5-passenger setup. It also has a sunroof with removable panels and a windshield that can be folded down. This gives passengers an exhilarating open-air experience

In terms of how great it is to drive in, the Gladiator performs better than the car that inspired it. Compared to the older Wrangler models which had the live axle, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator's 5-link rear suspension improves load carrying capacity and road articulation. Storage space in this new Jeep Wrangler is excellent. The tailgate can be kept in a half-open position, allowing owners to place items as large as plywood in the storage area. At the bottom of the rear seat is a removable, lockable and weatherproof bin, which can be used for storage.

The Gladiator, just like the Jeep Cherokee in Tallahassee, comes built-in with a Uconnect infotainment center touchscreen (7-8.4 inches). The system comes with a Navigation feature and an integrated voice system. There is also a TFT driver information display, with both 3.5 inches and 7 inches size available. There is also a charging port in the dashboard. Owners have the option of getting set a wireless speaker installed.

Want to know more about the new Jeep Gladiator, the new Dodge in Tallassee or the Jeep Cherokee? Call Tallassee CDJR today.

Joining the ranks of the new Dodge Ram 1500 and the new Jeep Wrangler is Jeep's second release for 2019 - the Jeep Cherokee in Tallahassee. More fuel-efficient and spacious than older models, this is an excellent car for off-roading. The company has made significant improvements to this model, to make it more appealing to a broader market.

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee is a significant improvement in both aesthetics and performance.  The odd placement of the lights in the older models has been done away with, and the LED lights, daytime running lights, and fog lights are all clustered below. This at least makes the car look better than before. Other features are just an upgrade of earlier models.

The Jeep comes in four variants/trims - Limited, Latitude, Latitude Plus, Overland and Trailhawk. The engine options include the 3.2 liters V6 engine generating 270 horsepower at 4400 rpm torque and 239 ft-lb; and the 2.4 liters 4-cylinder engine producing 184 horsepower at 171 lb-ft. The latter is the same as the 2018 model. All variants have the Cherokee's iconic CommandView® Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof, making travel a pleasure.

In terms of changes - the entry-level is an automatic Active Drive I four-wheel set-up. The car's weight has been cut by 7.5kgs to reduce fuel consumption. The Active Drive II variant has a 1-inch suspension lift for additional ground clearance and low-range gearing. The Trailhawk trim comes with locking rear differential feature. The cargo area of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee has also been increased by a volume of 67 liters, bringing the total cargo capacity to 764 liters. All of the variants of the Cherokee have a towing capacity of 2,041 kilograms.

The interiors of the 2019 Jeep Cherokee are made from Napa leather. Just like other Jeep vehicles, the Cherokee too has a Uconnect® 4C NAV with an integrated voice control system. The 8.4 inches touchscreen supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, SiriusXM, Access Package and Navigation, amongst other features. The car also comes with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi hotspot, up to 50 feet and connectable to 8 devices.

Buyers have the option to integrate the Alpine® Premium Audio System comprising of the 12-channel, 506-watt amplifier, 8-inch subwoofer, and nine speakers. The Jeep comes with two media USB ports, auxiliary ports, and 12-volt charging capability.

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee has perfumed well on the IIHS crash tests. Despite not being a bestseller, this car is still a favorite with off-roaders, even over the new Dodge in Tallassee, which has one of the safest off-roading capabilities.. The vehicle has an Active Drive Lock and a  Selec-Speed crawl-control system, with older safety features.

If you're interested in buying this new Jeep in Tallahassee, visit Tallassee CDJR today.

RAM has done it again. Bringing out its brand new Dodge in Tallassee - the 2019 Dodge Ram 1500 - almost a year earlier than anticipated, the American automobile company has set the stage for an exciting year.

The company's latest offering - the new Dodge Ram 1500 -  is sleeker, more state-of-the-art and more spacious than ever before; placing it in the must-buy list for Dodge lovers.

The 2019 Dodge Ram 1500 is a sturdy and sleek vehicle, that's high in power. Buyers can select from two powerful engines - the 3.6-liter V6 engine generating 269 lb-ft of torque and 305 horsepoweror or the 5.7-liter V8 engine producing 395 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. The high engine power gives the vehicle a payload capacity of 2,300 pounds, plus a towing capacity at 12,750 pounds.

The truck comes in 7 variants/trims - Longhorn, Tradesman, Rebel, Big Horn, Laramie, HFE and Limited. Both engine options are available for every variant in the range, except the 5.7-liter engine, for the HFE. The variants come in three frame lengths/wheelbases - 144.5-inches on crew cab short beds, 153.5-inches on crew cab long beds and 140.5 inches on crew cab short bed for the Quad Cab.

The 2019 Dodge Ram 1500 has a state-of-the-art Uconnect infotainment system with a choice between an 8.4 inches and 12 inches touch screen. The screen is connected to a host of in-vehicle controls via Bluetooth® connectivity and 4G Wi-Fi hotspot. You also have two in-built three-pronged 115-volt plugs in the basic models. Higher variants are eligible for up to five USB ports (of which four are USB C ports, and one is an integrated wireless charging pad).

Buyers also have the option of purchasing a 19-speaker Harman Kardon audio system with a 10-inch subwoofer. The truck comes with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, giving drivers a new layer of control over their devices and in-car entertainment.

The comes with a 360-degree rearview camera, that offers excellent visibility. The truck also displays a forward-collision warning, in addition to the rear-collision notice; and comes built with an emergency braking system. All the variants offer lane-keeping assistance with a lane-departure warning. The adaptive cruise control makes driving safe and effortless. 

Overall, the 2019 Dodge Ram 1500 is more refined than the other models, yet it retains the ruggedness that buyers love about it. 

If you'd like to purchase a new Dodge Ram 1500 in Tallassee, visit Tallassee CDJR today.

The Wrangler has been an iconic off-roading vehicle for years, and the 2019 Jeep Wrangler is cited by experts to be a major improvement over earlier models. Despite remaining true to its rugged heritage, the new Jeep Wrangler comes in a slightly-more sophisticated body that looks great and feels fantastic to sit in.

The Wrangler comes in four variants/trim levels - Rubicon, Sport, Sport S and Sahara - each of which come in the petrol version currently, with a diesel version on-the-way. The jeep comes with two engine options - the 3.6-liter V-6 with 285-horsepower and the 2.0-liter four-cylinder mild-hybrid motor with 270-horsepower. Torque is at  440 lb-ft. The car has both the six-speed manual transmission and the eight-speed automatic transmission. Insiders reveal that a plug-in hybrid powertrain variant may soon grace the world by 2020.

The jeep comes in both 2-door and 4-door versions. But the best part is that these are removable doors. There's also a flat windscreen that can be folded down.

The interiors of the new Jeep in Tallassee are cherry red. The jeep comes with an optional 550-watt, eight-speaker Alpine® Premium Audio System with a subwoofer, capable of amplifying 12 channels. Buyers have the option of having noise-canceling technology fitted-into the car. 

The car's Uconnect® 4C NAV touchscreen comes with an in-built navigation system with an integrated Voice Command feature. The Jeep also comes with both Wi-Fi-hotspot and Bluetooth connectivity up to 50 feet and can connect to 8 devices. The car comes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Sirius Guardian and All Access Package can also be integrated. 

Two features that make the 2019 Jeep Wrangler better than the new Dodge in Tallassee is the hidden storage area at the rear of the vehicle and the MOLLE-style inspired utility grid that can store a first aid kit, flashlights, and water bottles.

The car comes with a 7-inches/8.4 inches Driver Information Digital Cluster Display that providers drivers real-time driving stats. Driver assist features like the rear cross-traffic alert,  blind-spot monitoring, and rear parking sensors, make the drive safer. The jeep comes with LED headlights and a rearview camera, which provide greater visibility.

The JL body is now an all-aluminum construction, forgoing the steel in exchange for less drag and better road articulation. The lightness of the vehicles makes it much easier to control too. It is also more travel-friendly compared to older models. In all, the 2019 Jeep Wrangler is a more-inspired version of the Wrangler range.  If you'd like to see the new Jeep in Tallassee, visit Tallassee CDJR today. We also sell the new Dodge Ram 1500 and the Jeep Cherokee in Tallassee. 

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