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  1. Anyone owns a Jeep wrangler ? or what do you guys feel about this car??
  2. Mockngbrd

    Jeep Compass 1.4 Limited

    For some strange reason, the kind people over at Jeep Chrysler gave me the keys to a Jeep Compass 1.4 last week. It was the first time I was given a non-BMW (and non-BMW related) car to review for a really really really long time. This was the first time I've driven a Jeep. (Unfortunately, I'm guessing it will probably be my last time as well.) I'm sorry Jeep, you deserve better. https://garage36.wordpress.com/2018/09/05/hard-knock-life-driving-the-jeep-compass-1-4/
  3. All drivers Do take note, Anyone can advise if there is an accident involving such vehicles, what is the insurance coverage like?
  4. Just needed to do some Exhaust Welding job, which one can do a quality job Please share your experience
  5. Actually it looks more like a Hummer H3. China's Jeep Wrangler Rip-Off Lands In Mexicohttp://www.carscoops.com/2017/08/chinas-jeep-wrangler-rip-off-lands-in.html No, you're not looking at the new Jeep Wrangler. Instead, what you see here is the BAIC BJ40 from China and as the title reads, it is now available in Mexico. And in case you're wondering, that windshield price sticker isn't USD but Mexican pesos with $531,900 equaling around US$33,000. The real Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (5d) starts from MX$614,900 or about US$35,000. Carscoops reader Daniel stumbled upon the Chinese rip-offs at a dealership in San Pedro Garza Garcia and was understandably shocked that they aren't the Jeep models they appear to be. In his email, Daniel wrote: “Hey guys, so I was driving today and I came across what I thought was an odd looking Jeep Wrangler, I even thought for a second that it might be the redesigned Unlimited. After a quick google search I learned that it's a chinese copy called the BAIC BJ40. I've never heard of it before, and it just amazes me how FCA lets them get away with them copying their jeeps. Anyway this was in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico, so chinese cars are really just miles away from reaching the US and Canada,” he said. Those with a keen interest in industry will know that Chinese automakers love to 'take inspiration' from Western vehicles, much to the displeasure of the original manufacturers, like Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Sadly for them, it is the Chinese government's unwillingness to recognize the often obvious trademark and design infringements that allows the lookalikes to be sold. Compared to the real Jeep Wrangler, the BJ40 is recognizably different, particularly from the front. At a glance however, it is east to understand why motorists could be confused. Will FCA sell Jeep to China? Only Jeep And China Know Exactly What's Going On With Jeep And Chinahttp://www.carbuzz.com/news/2017/8/26/Only-Jeep-And-China-Know-Exactly-What-s-Going-On-With-Jeep-And-China-7740730/ Over the past several days, we’ve received reports that China’s Great Wall Motor Co. is actively interested in purchasing FIAT Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), or just part of it, specifically Jeep. Great Wall’s President was very vocal about her company’s intentions in regards to FCA. And a company spokesman went even further, singling out Jeep as the star attraction. Today, however, Bloomberg is reporting that Great Wall is now saying there are "big uncertainties" about its FCA intentions. For its part, FCA completely denied any discussions were or had taken place between it and Great Wall, or any other Chinese automaker. It says it’s committed to its existing growth plan, but that plan only goes through 2018. As for Great Wall, not only is it now pouring cold water on all of its previous talk, but is also claiming it hasn’t even contacted FCA’s board. Despite everything, we still think something is going on behind the scenes, informally speaking. Bloomberg further points out a Morgan Stanley estimate that the Jeep brand alone with worth $24 billion – more than half of FCA’s entire market value. CEO Sergio Marchionne has been vocal in the past about the need for industry "consolidation," hence his desire to merge with GM, for example. So it really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to hear about supposed early talks with a Chinese carmaker, especially given Jeep’s high market value. What was surprising was how Great Wall’s president publically said one thing, while FCA denies any discussions, and Great Wall is now walking back on its words. What will happen tomorrow or in the following days? We’re just as intrigued as many of you are.
  6. Hi all, I am not sure if this is the right place to post, but admin you can move this post to the appropriate thread topics. but I am looking for Chrysler Jeep Wrangler or Defender for my wedding on 13th November 2016. Just 24 hours, from Saturday(12/11/2016) evening to Sunday(13/11/2016) evening This model is not widely available for rent so I am turning to this forum to hope there is a kind soul willing to rent. Please contact me at 94871986 Thank you!
  7. DACH

    Jeep have pickup now!

    2020 Jeep Gladiator leaks online ahead of LA Auto Show debut https://www.autoblog.com/2018/11/14/jeep-gladiator-pickup-truck-leak/ This is it! At least, we think this is it. According to a posting on JeepGladiatorForum.com, these images and texts for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator pickup truck were briefly posted on Fiat Chrysler's media site, and at least one enterprising individual managed to snag them before they were taken down. And, while everything is pretty much as we (and everyone else) have been expecting, it's also extremely big news and confirms some important information. According to the leaked document, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator will come standard with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that can be mated to an eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission. We'd wager it'll offer the same 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque as in other Wranglerapplications. Bigger news is the optional 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6. If it's in the same state of tune as it is in the Grand Cherokee, the Gladiator's dieselwill spin out 240 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. The Gladiator's spec sheet lists its max tow rating at 7,600 pounds (probably with the diesel engine) and payload at 1,600 pounds. Two four-wheel-drive systems will be available, and beefy Dana 44 axles joined with electronic lockers front and rear should make the Gladiator a well-sorted off-road machine. Other noteworthy bits include an electronic swaybar disconnect and 33-inch tires. One thing that the Jeep Gladiator will offer that no competitor can match is its open-air capability. We'd expect a soft top to be standard, and this document says two hard tops will also be offered. A five-foot bed offers practicality, and a fold-down windshield ought to please the purists. As for style, well, it's clearly a Jeep. And we mean that in a good way. See for yourself in the image gallery up above.
  8. Darryn

    2014 Jeep Cherokee

    Has anybody taken a test drive - very curious about this and whether it's anygood They are doing a bunch of facebook promo, but I rather suspect that it will be underpowered? (My father drove the 4 litre straight six version for a while)
  9. Damienic

    2017 Jeep Renegade 1.4

    Anyone own or have a look at this already? Looks interesting... http://www.sgcarmart.com/news/review.php?AID=1176
  10. Jeep three-row Chinese SUV will be called Grand Commander https://www.autoblog.com/2018/01/16/jeep-large-suv-china-grand-commander/ China is still very much a Jeep country, and the boxy XJ generation Cherokee lived and prospered there far longer than it did in the United States — until 2014. There have also been China-built Grand Cherokees, but the biggest Chinese Jeep has been previewed in the form of the Yuntu concept seen at the Shanghai Auto Show in April. Now, leaked shots of the Yuntu's production version have emerged a couple weeks after the SUV was spotted testing still in camouflage, and it appears to wear the nameplate GrandCommander. While a name like Grand Wagoneer would have been a stronger memento of Jeeps gone by, at least it's not called Grand Compassor Grand Nitro. The official reveal of the Grand Commander is expected to be held at the Beijing Auto Show in April, where more information will be available. Car News China says the big, nearly 16-foot-long SUV is a seven-seater, and the engine is the same 2-liter turbo unit also seen in the freshly updated Wrangler. There will be two power levels, 234 hp and 265 hp. The Grand Commander will most likely remain China-only, where it will be priced at $38,000. That sees it competing withVolkswagen's large Teramont SUV, which starts at nearly $45,000.
  11. Anyone has contacts or friends who wish to rent out their Jeep Wrangler for 2 days?
  12. Hey Members! Be one of the first in Singapore to experience the Limited Edition Jeep Wrangler Altitude III! MyCarForum (MCF) and Jeep are inviting 15 MCF members and their partners as well as children to a day of fun-filled activities and a joy-ride in the Jeep Wrangler! The event will be held on Saturday, 5th Sept 2015, at the Jeep Showroom from 10:30am to 2:00pm. Address: 1 Chang Charn Road, Singapore 159630 Highlights of the event: - Take a joy ride and experience the Jeep Wrangler - Hear from Regan Ong, Senior Automotive Journalist of sgCarMart about his experience with the new Jeep Wrangler Altitude III. - Stand to win exciting prizes in the lucky draw, including the grand prize of a Jeep weekend drive! Other exciting prizes such as 01 x GoPro Hero4 Session worth $590 , 01 X GoPro Suction Cup Mount worth $65 (Sponsored by Outdoor Sports Travel) - Receive a Jeep goodie bag worth $50 + $20 OST (Outdoor Sports Travel) gift vouchers! Brief itinerary of the event: 1030 - 1045 – Registration 1045 - 1100 – Start of the Event! 1100 - 1115 – Product Specialist Talk (Conducted by Mr. Tan Geok Leng, Sales Manager of Chrysler Jeep Automotive of Singapore) 1115 - 1130 – Editorial Talk (Conducted by Mr. Regan Ong, Senior Automotive Journalist of sgCarMart) – Panel Discussion (5 Mins) 1130 - 1245 – Joy ride in the Jeep Wrangler for a fun-filled 4 x 4 experience! – Jeep Wrangler Remote Control Car Challenge (Best Lap Timing) - Win Petrol Voucher & RC Cars! 1245 – 1330 – Lunch, Phototaking and Lucky Draw Requirements: - 21 years and above at the point of test drive - Minimum 2 years of driving experience Successful registrants will be notified by PM/email. Registration Fee: $12 for one pax, $15 for two pax. (Free for kids, max 2 kids, for the age up to 12) Register your interest here! Like Jeep on Facebook or visit www.jeep.com.sg to stay updated on their latest news, products and promotions! *Registration of Interest - Only 15 members will be selected. - Please ensure that all details in your personal profile are correct. We will use the contact information there. - Once you have submitted the details, we will PM/email you in 7 working days if you're selected or not for the event. - If you're selected, you're required to pay the registration fee, else the slot will be given to the next person - No refunds will be given in the event of no show.
  13. Rustyz

    We strip rifle they strip jeep

    While we 1 min strip rifle,while ppl 3 min can strip and assemble a jeep. Zai https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=673576676098247 by https://www.facebook.com/QSXXDDK.
  14. Some of us keep absolutely nothing in our car trunks, while others have enough packed to live in their cars for weeks. Somewhere in between is this list of thirty things we think every car owner should always have on hand. Car Repair and Maintenance Spare tire (in good condition), along with a tire jack and tire iron, because without them or someone else to help you, the spare tire is useless. Here's how to change a tire, in case you need a refresher. Also, if your wheels require a special security key, make sure that's always in your car too. Tire inflater and sealer, like the Fix-a-Flat, which can plug a leak (and help you avoid using the above tools) just enough to get you to the auto shop. Jumper cables, because dead batteries happen to the best of us. We've got a crash course on how to jump-start a car, but you should familiarize yourself with your engine just in case things are a little different. Alternatively, you can pack an emergency battery booster so you don't have to rely on a Good Samaritan coming along. Your car's manual, which should be in the glove compartment already . Tire pressure gauge: As our sister site Jalopnik points out: "checking tire pressure on a regular basis can improve handling, increase fuel economy, promote tire longevity, and even save lives." Duct tape and WD-40. Seriously, check out these 10 heroic duct tape car repairs. Car repair information. A business card for your auto repair shop, the number for AAA (if you're a member), and car insurance claim forms should also be stored in your glove compartment. Safety and Survival First aid kit Flashlight Multi-tool Seat belt cutter and window breaker reflective triangle, so you don't get hit at the side of the road in the dark. Maps. Yes, the paper kind. Convenience and Comfort Paper towels or a hand towel Tissues or a roll of toilet paper Pencil and paper Umbrella Spare change/emergency money Recycled shopping bags for those impromptu shopping trips. Change of clothes/socks/shoes: also an emergency item, because if you get drenched in rain, it's no good to sit around like that. USB mobile device charger What do you think?
  15. Sigh, too common nowadays. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnAy6enIryA 0:40
  16. Jellandross

    Heart of Flame on North South Highway

  17. Nic_low

    Conqueror of the urban jungle

    Jeep has been the definitive name in the world of 4x4. Its offerings are most fondly remembered for their off-road prowess - think Wranger - and even the latest Grand Cherokee oozes character that is unmistakably Jeep. And it seems that Jeep has not forgotten its off-roader roots - even when making a luxury SUV. The Summit is the range-topping variant of the Grand Cherokee, which has recently undergone a facelift. And it is not hard to spot the aesthetic changes from first look. The result is very pleasing indeed - but not without the distinctive look that is instantly recognisable as a Jeep, of course. Not surprisingly, the latest Grand Cherokee has adopted LED daytime-running lamps, which helps it to stay modern among competitors. The shiny 20-inch rims, though, hints at its luxury motives. It is on the inside where most of the efforts in this facelift has gone to. Drivers receive a TFT screen, which can serve as a display for many of the 4x4's technological gadgetries, such as Adaptive Cruise Control (above). A total of five different ride height settings are also available. The lowest grants easier access and loading by lowering the vehicle by 40mm, and the tallest setting will allow up to 290mm of ground clearance. The permanent all-wheel drive system also has a low range setting for more serious off roading.
  18. A5SB

    Jeep Grand Cherokee

    I have been thinking of getting a big SUV / MPV due to changing family needs and not many seem to fall into my expectations in term of price / features. A Jeep Grand Cherokee seems to have the right balance - aside from it's poor FC and high road tax, which I'm okay with. There are many factors why I like this car, it's huge (almost like a Hummer H3), has loads of features, it's tough and has high ground clearance - ease of getting in and out. I am sure if I go for a test drive there will be more reasons to like the car. The most important factor is that going for this car I don't feel like it's a downgrade from my current ride (Audi A5) in term of equipment level. The car is a very important place for my family as we spend a lot of quality time together joy riding and going places, so I value comfort and fact that my wife and sons liked something tall and huge like a Hummer, but with a good creature comfort for all the passengers. My current ride is great for the driver, but not as great for passengers especially for long distance drives. What I'm looking for is whether there is any reason not to go for a Jeep, particularly this model, so that if I sign on the dotted line, I know exactly what I'm getting myself into.
  19. chitchatboy

    Testing the Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited

    Not too long ago, we had the chance to sample the Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited in its natural habitat. We jumped at it, considering we never had the chance to witness the car's capabilities off-road. To do that, Jeep organised a trip for us to venture into the wilderness of Johor. On the way there, we also tested the Wrangler’s high speed stability via some of the highways. Considering it was built to excel off the tarmac, its on road manners was pretty good and it was more comfortable with four up than what we expected it to be. Its 285bhp, 3.6-litre V6 powerplant made short work of the highways too. We wished the Wrangler's steering could be adjusted for reach though. Otherwise, the cabin is user-friendly and it felt like it could last a lifetime. Once off-road, everything fell into place. Its ride, which was slightly soft on road, soaked up all the bumps and ruts easily. Ample suspension travel allowed its wheels to articulate well also. Having some fun with mud... Switching to low range 4WD mode, the Wrangler made mince meat out of the muddy climb. Like little boys, we aimed well at the mud puddles and charged through. Another hill that proved too easy for the Wrangler. All in all, we had a blast driving the Wrangler. If you want something funky looking, capable, fun-loving and be an occasional cabriolet (its doors and roof are detachable), this may just be for you.
  20. Darthmaul

    For Jeep lovers! See this...

    Just want to share these pics wif Jeep lovers. It's my sister's Jeep CJ8 Scrambler totally modified... and of course it's not available in SG. She's living in America.
  21. Valjean

    Jeep merchandise/gifts

    Anyone know where I can buy official Jeep merchandise and gift items in Singapore? Thanks!
  22. BenCee

    Do-it-yourself Jeep Wrangler

    Jeep is offering a new JK-8 Independence Package for its iconic Wrangler off-roader for owners in the US. How it works is that the package comes as an aftermarket kit, which owners can choose to assemble themselves in the comfort of their own garages. That sounds cool, and oh so appropriate for the Wrangler's image. After all, everything about the car shouts "I am man, tough and strong!" So, why not self-assemble this nifty kit which converts your standard, regular four-door Wrangler, into a tough, two-door, menacing pick-up. Of course, if you're just the lazy type, or not mechanically-inclined, or simply poor with tools and assembling things, you can request the dealer to help you put the thing together for your Wrangler. But where's the fun and machoness in that?
  23. Lycanthrope

    Jeep Patriot

    anyone seen or test drove this before ?
  24. Hi guys - i am looking to rent a jeep wrangler for my wedding so if you have one or know anyone who is renting out please PM me. Much appreciated thanks!