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2020 Jeep Gladiator Truck for Sale | Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton

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Jeep people aren’t like regular folk. They like to stand-apart and the vehicles they drive have to stand-apart, too. While the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is considered a pickup, it’s not your average truck and the people buying them are not just looking for any pickup.  “This is a brand that has adapted to the market by adopting consumers who aren’t looking for vehicles, transportation or appliances,” says Tim Kuniskis, head of Jeep Brand North America.

 

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2019 Jeep Wrangler Won SUV of the Year Award | Mississauga, Brampton

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Now accepting the award for Motortrend’s SUV of the Year is the 2019 Jeep Wrangler! And the crowd goes wild! Jeep has done it again, Brampton and Oakville, with this year’s sleek upgrade from the JK to the JL. Jeep has successfully maneuvered that rocky terrain between changing what needs to be changed and keeping the iconic features that make a Wrangler a Wrangler.

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2019 Jeep Wrangler JL for Sale | Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton

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If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, as the old adage goes. Jeep took that advice to heart with the 2019 Jeep Wrangler JL. For its second year, the JL sports a 3.6-litre Pentastar V6 and a 2.0-litre Turbo I-4 with eTorque. The 3.6-litre engine delivers 285 HP and 260 lb-ft of torque. If that’s not enough to float your boat, or in this case, drive your Jeep, the optional 2.0-litre turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine punches up 270 HP and 295 lb-ft of torque. Oakville and Burlington Jeep lovers, why not consider the…

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Is the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Truck Hybrid? Mississauga, Brampton

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The excitement is building around the arrival of the bouncing baby 2020 Jeep Gladiator. Toronto and Oakville, if you want to get it before the big Canadian launch, you’d best order now. This is definitely one of those you-snooze-you-lose scenarios, as the wait after the launch is going to be a long one. Call us at Team Chrysler, right now, at 905-819-0001 and we’ll get yours ordered. Delivery is around the end of March.


Drivers have been wondering what’s up with the hybrid eTorque four…

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This Jeep is Snowbird Tested | Brampton and Mississauga

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Want to deepen your relationship with your vehicle? Take a road trip. A very long one. You might think you know her well after all those hours together driving around Brampton, Mississauga and Hamilton, but it’s not the same as a legitimate snowbird voyage south. Way south. My family was a little shocked when I announced that our new Jeep Cherokee was taking us all the way to sunny Mexico. Why not fly, their expressions said. Why DRIVE? But anyone who knows me, knows not to bother telling me not to do something. Jeep lovers crave adventure. This was…
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2020 Jeep Wrangler Gladiator Pickup Truck | Mississauga, Brampton

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It’s happening, truck lovers in Toronto, Oakville, Mississauga and Brampton: the much-anticipated Jeep pickup truck will be unveiled at the LA Auto show this month. We’ve been holding our breath here at the dealership, stoked about the mid-size that industry gatekeepers kept saying would be modelled on the Jeep Wrangler JL. If you can’t exactly hop on a plane and get a look at her in Los Angeles with your own eyes, we’re here to share some details with you.
 
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What does the SOS button in a Ram Truck do?| Toronto and Mississauga

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SOS is one of those acronyms that sounds both ominous and a little old-fashioned. It might make you think of Gilligan’s Island episodes, or the more recent drama, Lost. But when trouble strikes, as it sometimes will, the SOS button on your vehicle can be a reassuring beacon. With winter quickly moving in on drivers in Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton, we want to let you know about this terrific safety feature, available on newer Ram trucks and Jeep model vehicles. 

 

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2020 Jeep Renegade Plugin Hybrid | Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton

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True, there was more resistance about electric vehicles (EVs) when FCA was presided over by the late Sergio Marchionne. Under succeeding CEO Mike Manley, plans to pursue electrification have resumed. Back in June, the 7th largest carmaker in the world indicated that it would invest close to 10.3 billion dollars in electric and hybrid models over the next five years of production. The goal: to become fully compliant with emissions regulations across all European regions. So what exactly does that mean for drivers in Mississauga, Brampton and Toronto? 
 
 
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Ram Mid-Sized & Jeep Scrambler Rumours Continue | Mississauga & Brampton

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A quick glance at any parking lot in Mississauga, Brampton or Oakville says it all: trucks aren’t just for country folk. Urban drivers have been in love with trucks for quite a few years now, and the pickup segment is on fire. Ram 1500s are a top seller here at Team Chrysler. Never dreamt I’d say this, but if I had space in the driveway for a second vehicle, I’d definitely consider getting one of these. If Ram keeps teasing us with the possibility of a mid-sized pickup, the rumours will continue to fly. And Jeep Wrangler…
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How To Drive in All Kinds of Weather | Ontario, Canada

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Winter driving gets a lot of attention here in Ontario, and for good reason. Ever watched the news when it suddenly snows in a place where snow isn’t all that common? Chaos. We Ontarians like to pride ourselves on having mad skills in the winter driving department. But it isn’t just winter road conditions that can challenge even the most intrepid driver. With recent record rainfall in Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton, we thought we’d better talk about the other weather-related driving tips that tend to be overshadowed. 
 
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What Does Lady Driven Mean in 2018? | Toronto & Mississauga

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If you’ve ever checked out used car ads in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville or Toronto, you may have seen the quaint phrase “lady driven” and wondered what it meant. Back a few decades, when women were less likely to drive their own vehicles on a regular basis, it was meant as a good thing. If a lady owned it, the car had obviously been driven ever so gently, if ever. Some car buyers will actually head the other way if they see an ad that uses the phrase, believing those old stereotypes that women can’t drive as well as…
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What’s in a Name: We Love Naming Our Cars |Toronto, Mississauga & Brampton

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Back in the day, my grandpa called his vehicles—all of them—Bessie, while my dad’s junkers all went by the name Betsy. Those are, as it happens, the two most popular names to give your car if you live in North America. No idea what my mother called her sleek green Buick, or if she did call her/him/it anything. Horror genius Stephen King made one of his most notorious villains a 1958 Plymouth Fury named Christine. Be honest: have you ever looked at a neglected classic car in Toronto, Mississauga or Oakville the same way since…
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