Jeep celebrates 70 years with special Anniversary Edition models

Article by Christian Andrei, on January 12, 2011

For those who don’t know, 2011 is a very special year for Jeep brand as the company is celebrating its 70th anniversary. What is so special about this, you will ask… well, Jeep decided to celebrate this by creating distinctive, unique 70th Anniversary Edition models of each vehicle in its lineup.

This means we will have the 2011 Jeep Compass 70th Anniversary Edition, which will be priced from $24,270 (plus $700 destination) and will include features such as unique 18-inch aluminum wheels, 70th Anniversary badge, Dark Slate seats with perforated leather inserts embossed with Jeep logo and Chestnut accent stitching and piping, Berber floor mats and cargo area with Chestnut binding, unique dark green cluster overlay, chestnut stitching in steering wheel and 70th Anniversary logo on radio screen.

The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee 70th Anniversary Edition is priced from $35,770 (plus $780 destination), available on Grand Cherokee Laredo X models and includes features such as unique polished 20-inch aluminum wheel with Mineral Gray pockets, 70th Anniversary badge, Dark Olive leather seats with perforated inserts with Chestnut accent stitching and piping (Black/Dark Olive with Chestnut accents is also available), door bolster and armrest in Dark Olive and wrapped with Chestnut accent stitching, a center console in Dark Olive perforated leather wrapped with Chestnut accent stitching, Berber floor mats with Chestnut binding, new satin chrome-plated, graphite anodized paint and Black Lacewood interior finish, unique cluster overlay and needles, 70th Anniversary logo on radio screen.

The 2011 Jeep Liberty 70th Anniversary Edition is priced at $24,770 (plus $745 destination), is available on Liberty Sport or Limited models and includes all the features mentioned on the Jeep Grand Cherokee. The 2011 Jeep Patriot 70th Anniversary Edition starts at $22,170 (plus $700 destination), is available on the Patriot Latitude X models and includes features such as 17-inch aluminum wheels, 70th Anniversary badge, Dark Slate seats with perforated leather inserts embossed with Jeep logo and Chestnut accent stitching and piping, Berber floor mats and cargo area with Chestnut binding, unique dark green cluster overlay, chestnut stitching in steering wheel and 70th Anniversary logo on radio screen.

The 2011 Jeep Wrangler 70th Anniversary Edition starts at $28,670 (plus $750 destination) for 2-door models and $31,370 (plus $750 destination) for Unlimited models. Some of the features include Mopar brushed aluminum sill plates, automatic shift knob with satin chrome cap and bezel and satin chrome HVAC rings, front doorpulls and grab handle.

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