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The Japanese car culture is one of the most diverse on the planet, counting pretty much everything, from the Bosozoku vehicles to European exotics and American muscle cars.

Most of them carry extensive upgrades, turning heads wherever they go – likde this Chrysler 300, which basically says ‘sayonara’ to the original, restrained design of the executive car.

With its 26-inch Forgiato rims shod with 275/25 tires filling the wheel arches, it looks ready to star in a rap video...
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Ever since Jeep confirmed its intention to build a pickup variant of the new JL-series Wrangler a couple of years back, speculation has been rampant, with precious few details about the project beyond its anticipated Scrambler name leaking out. But it looks like we’ll have our curiosity sated soon, as the Scrambler is getting close to production and spy photographers have spotted several advanced prototypes in the wild. From those photos we’ve gleaned that elements of the Scrambler’s suspension appear to have been cribbed from the Ram 1500, though its dimensions suggest it will be more a midsize than a Ram-size truck. Given its truck-based suspension elements, we expect the Scrambler to be more than a Wrangler with a bed. It will likely have greater capability when it comes to towing, payload, and other truck-centric priorities. Motivation should come from versions of the 2.0-liter turbo-four and 3.6-liter V-6 from under the hood of the new Wrangler. Like with all Jeeps, we expect the Scrambler to be Trail Rated, and it should be available with a removable roof, so this Jeep-turned-truck won’t be all work and no play.
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Even though it has been a full week since Independence Day, patriotic spirits are still at a high point for the year. In fact, there has been a lot of focus and discussion on patriotism during the past few months.

Companies and organizations have taken full advantage of that patriotism in order to build brand identities that are based around the concept. For many businesses, the colors of red, white, and blue define every initiative and marketing campaign that they launch.

Every year, brand constant company Brand Keys conducts a survey of more than 5,000 consumers to determine which brands are considered to be the most American. For its 16th annual 50 Most Patriotic Brands in America study, Jeep once again took the top spot...
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The world has clamored for a Jeep pickup ever since the last one rolled off the assembly line in 1992. The AEV Brute Jeep Wrangler pickup conversion received a lot of attention over the years, and rightly so. But it’s no longer available.

Enter Bruiser Conversions in Clearwater, Fla. It’s carved a niche for Jeep conversions, creating some impressive V8-powered, off-road Jeep pickup monsters. It offers a full line of Jeep Wrangler JK truck conversions, with multiple engine options.

So if you’re hungry for some jaw-dropping Jeep eye candy, or you’re in the market for a Jeep pickup of your own, check out what Bruiser can do...
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The automotive industry ranked second overall among all segments, being beaten only by Media and Entertainment when looking at how much intense connection buyers feel with these brands. Overall in automotive, BMW captured first place in the industry, followed by the Jeep brand. But if you look at only one gender, the Jeep brand ranked first among women while BMW ranked first among men...
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There is no better time than the present to be a horsepower junkie. Fuel prices are still relatively low, auto manufacturers are profitable again, and vehicles that excite the senses are back in favor. Sure, a few of the old guard are sticking with building boring, vanilla vehicles, but for the most part, each company has something ludicrous in its current lineup...
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Super 8, the hotel chain you've probably stayed at somewhere in the middle of the country, has spent $100 million renovating its rooms. To celebrate that, it's rolled out... a concept Jeep Wrangler? Wait, what?

In what might be the most ambitious crossover event of all time, Super 8 took a Jeep Wrangler and tarted it up with all sorts of hotel-aesthetic frippery. The exterior embodies the Super 8 sign, with a bunch of bright yellow paint alongside black and red accents. There's some art on the hood that pays homage to South Dakota, home of the original Super 8 (I'm sure you knew that already)...
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Remember those cool donut doors which debuted on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler last year? You know, the ones that were supposed to offer you a window through the door in order to look down at obstacles while you’re off doing Jeep stuff in your new Jeep. Well, you can’t have them, because the company has decided not to make them available to consumers...
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Inspired by community threads from Pacificaforums.com, the “You Asked, We Answered” video series provides in-depth answers to questions about the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. Today we take a look at the advantages of each Chrysler Pacifica - the gas model and the hybrid model. The Pacifica Hybrid model offers 33 miles of pure electric range and a 566-mile total range, which may make sense for you if you’re primarily traveling short distances. The gas model may be best for you if you primarily travel long distances or could benefit from Best-in-Class towing capacity. Whether the hybrid model or the gas model is more suited to your lifestyle, the Chrysler Pacifica provides many innovative features across the lineup for your convenience, comfort, and safety...
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Cars.com reviewer Aaron Bragman has been leading much of our coverage on the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler, which makes sense: He owns a Wrangler of the previous generation (called the JK) and is eminently qualified to comment on the changes to this vehicle. He even recently highlighted 10 changes that will get previous Jeep owners excited...
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