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The new 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4X4 dour-door is the best off-road adventure vehicle for the whole family, or just a single or couple who loves the great outdoors. This new model is more modern on the inside and under the skin to give you more of what you are looking for in a genuine off-road warrior.
Quite frankly, it’s hard to find something that the Jeep Grand Cherokee can’t do. The same SUV that’s equally comfortable living its entire life shuttling kids back and forth to school is available as a 470-horsepower, fire-breathing track monster, and a true 4WD capable of tackling some of the most advanced trails. Its breadth of capability is simply unlike anything I’ve seen from Jeep in the past—and we haven’t even started talking about the Trailhawk.
The Trailhawk, which in addition to its more aggressive styling elements, comes standard with a myriad of technical off-road packages, skid plates, all-terrain tires, and even rock sliders. All of this combines to create a vehicle so capable in a huge variety of situations that it’s well…spooky. With a good driver, the Trailhawk is not only capable of traversing the Rubicon Trail, but also getting you to the trailhead from across the continent in complete comfort. This isn’t something exclusive to the Trailhawk, as quite a few modern vehicles including Jeep’s Wrangler Rubicon are capable of this, but I’ve yet to a experience a complete package as refined as this on many different levels.
The word “spooky” consistently began to appear during our testing; usually preceded by “wow, I need to slow down” and “I thought I was going 55″.
Chrysler Group LLC has been named to DiversityBusiness.com’s 13th annual list of the 50 best companies providing opportunities for multicultural businesses.
Inclusion on the list this year was the result of an online election which involved more than 1.3 million multicultural business owners. Voters were asked to answer 10 questions about candidate company performance such as volume, consistency and quality of business opportunities these companies provide to minority-owned businesses. DiversityBusiness.com “is the nation’s leading multicultural B2B online website.”
“Chrysler Group is celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of our supplier diversity program this year,” said Scott Kunselman, Senior Vice President – Purchasing & Supplier Quality, Chrysler Group LLC. “We remain as committed as ever to creating opportunities for minority-owned, women-owned and veteran-owned businesses because we believe that a diverse supply chain leads to better, more innovative products for our customers.”
Chrysler Group’s has a longstanding commitment to increasing purchasing from minority-owned, women-owned and veteran-owned suppliers. The Company’s supplier diversity goals require that 10 percent of a Tier 1 supplier’s procurement buy is sourced to certified minority suppliers. Indeed, since 1983 the Company has purchased more than $47 billion from these suppliers.
Audi has long been toying with rugged, heightened estate cars, but in 2015 they finally came out with their largest and first SUV, the mighty Q7. Initially criticized for being too big and ugly, it spawned two little brothers in quick succession.
The Jeep Wrangler is as American as apple pie and Star Wars… and on May 17, 2013, the 1,000,000 Jeep Wrangler rolled off the production line. This local news video showcases the pride that factory employees have for the brand.
First you see the car rattling around. Then director Shane Black seemed intent on highlighting the R8 falling into the ocean with the mansion in the fiery scene. The car-maker, which has been a partner in each of the films, understood the need to show the car’s demise.
“Audi understands the purpose of the scene,” says Bob Sabouni, executive vice president of worldwide partnerships for Marvel Entertainment. “We’re stripping Tony of his toys. And one of his big toys is his R8. It was very important to the storytelling.”
Not to worry. As fate would have it, there are plenty more Audis for Stark to have, including an Audi A8 L which Stark takes from the baddie Savin (James Badge Dale) after dispatching him.
“This car will give you all of the performance, all the luxury, all the style you could want from an SUV at any price.”
– Alex Le Friec from EverymanDriver.com
The four-door Jeep Wrangler is great for families, but can they accommodate a car seat? Cars.com answers that question.
“For the Car Seat Check, we use a Graco SnugRide 30 rear-facing infant-safety seat, a Britax Roundabout convertible child-safety seat and Graco high-back TurboBooster seat.”
“The front seats are adjusted to a comfortable position for a 6-foot driver and a 5-foot-8 passenger. The three child seats are installed in the second row. The booster seat sits behind the driver’s seat, and the infant seat and convertible seats are installed behind the passenger seat. We also install the convertible seat in the second row’s middle seat with the booster and infant seat in the outboard seats to see if three car seats will fit. If there’s a third row, we install the booster seat and a forward-facing convertible.”