The Jeep Patriot has always been the most capable off-road, compact SUV in America, thanks to its legendary class-leading 4x4 system. The Patriot also looks the part, with true Jeep styling and an unmistakable silhouette.
The Jeep Cherokee is back! The final Jeep Liberty rolled off the assembly lines in late 2011, which left Jeep without a mid-sized SUV in its lineup. Knowing that SUVs are still a popular choice for American drivers, Jeep dusted off the Cherokee name plate for 2014 and rolled out a brand new mid-sized SUV.
The Dodge Durango was reintroduced to the world just a few short years ago. It has since redefined the full-size sport utility segment, setting the bar for performance and style. While some things have changed for the 2014 model year, the new Dodge Durango is still setting the pace.
What do you do when the flagship vehicle in your lineup is already the most awarded SUV ever? If your Jeep, whose Grand Cherokee holds that distinction, you simple make it better. You take the most capable SUV in the world and you improve it.
Just because you have the most capable compact SUV on the planet doesn't mean that you can sit back and rest on your laurels. That's why Jeep has taken the already superb Compass and stepped it up for the 2014 model year.
Jeep has worked hard to earn its reputation for unrivaled off-road capabilities. Even their smallest model, the new 2013 Jeep Compass, is available to New York drivers with the company's Freedom Drive II Off-Road Package.
With sophisticated styling, great fuel mileage and an affordable starting price, the American built 2013 Chrysler 200 Sedan offers New York drivers the ideal mid-sized car. Every modern safety feature that Chrysler Group offers is included standard on all trim levels. The Chrysler 200 is available...