The Jeep Brand has been on a roll lately, with a seemingly endless number of special edition vehicles coming to the market over the last couple of months. With models like the Black and Tan edition and the upcoming Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) Limited-edition Wrangler, there has been plenty for Jeep buyers to get excited about. Before we get to see the JPP edition Wrangler debut at the Chicago Auto Show, we still have to talk about the latest special edition family coming to the line-up: the Jeep North Edition.
The new Jeep products are meant for tackling the harsh driving conditions that winter can throw at a driver. The package is slated to be available on all of the current products in the Jeep lineup, as a premium over select trim levels. The Jeep North Edition package was displayed at the New England Auto Show on the Grand Cherokee, Gladiator and the Wrangler.
The Jeep North Edition vehicles will all feature the brand’s legendary 4×4 capability, along with features like heated seats and steering wheel, remote start, all-weather floor mats, tow hooks, power heated mirrors, and the 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen with SiriusXM Travel Link Weather. The package also includes the Jeep Trail Rated kit, which includes a 22-foot WARN 18,000 pound tensile strength tow strap, WARN ¾-inch D-rings, a carabiner, as well as Jeep branded gloves and a carrying bag.
The wintery package is valued at $4,325 when equipped on the Jeep Gladiator Overland, though the package will retail for only $3,325 on said model. The price for the North Edition package on each model (excluding $1,495 destination charge) is as follows:
- Jeep Cherokee (Latitude): $29,755
- Jeep Compass (Sport): $27,800
- Jeep Renegade (Sport): $26,670
- Jeep Gladiator (Overland): $45,720
- Jeep Wrangler (Sahara): $44,465
- Jeep Grand Cherokee (Laredo): $38,790
The Jeep North Edition models are now available for purchase or order through local dealerships, though the Jeep Renegade North Edition is not slated to arrive on showroom floors until March.