DETROIT — The 2016 Jeep 75th Anniversary models, which celebrate the brand's military history and off-road legacy, will debut at Jeep dealerships in the first quarter. They will be featured at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.
The special editions feature an optional Jeep Green exterior, Satin Bronze wheels, Bronze and Orange exterior touches, unique cabins and 75th Anniversary badging.
Features include 17-inch wheels, a body-color grille and power dome hood with functional air vents.
The 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary edition is priced at $37,770, including shipping, for 4x4 models.
Details include a new front fascia, grille and headlights, along with Gloss Black painted body accents and a power sunroof.
The 2016 Jeep Cherokee 75th Anniversary edition starts at $30,870, including shipping, for 4x4 models. This version is spun off the Cherokee Latitude model and includes new 18-inch wheels, badges and trim accents in Low Gloss Bronze and a dual-pane sunroof.
The 2016 Jeep Renegade 75th Anniversary edition starts at $26,370, including a $995 destination charge, for 4x4 models. It is based on the Renegade Latitude model and includes a Beats Audio system and MySky open-air roof system.
The 2016 Jeep Compass 75th Anniversary model is priced at $25,470, including a $995 destination charge. Features include a power sunroof, remote start and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The 2016 Jeep Patriot 75th Anniversary edition starts at $23,470, including a $995 destination charge, for 4x4 models. It is derived from the Patriot Sport model and includes 17-inch wheels in Low Gloss Bronze, a power sunroof and remote start.
Edmunds says: Jeep has been a household word since World War II. History buffs and Jeep aficionados should snap up these diamond anniversary special-edition models.