The US Army to Bring Back the Iconic Jeep as Their Land Vehicle


The US Army is set to reintroduce the legendary Jeep as their vehicle to cruise on land. It is pertinent to mention here that the US Army had stopped using the Jeep in the year 1984. Back then, the army had started using the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, popularly christened as the Humvee or HMMWV.

The Jeep was originally commissioned on July 15, 1941. Subsequently, the vehicle became a popular representation of power and might during the Second World War. The variants of the vehicle were also used later during the wars in Korea, the Persian Gulf and the Vietnam.

In accordance with a report from the stables of Stars and Stripes, the U.S. Army is scouting for an economical, light, all-terrain and unarmored vehicle in order to ferry supplies and troops. In fact, the vehicle solutions company Hendrick Dynamics has submitted application for modifying a Jeep Wranglers for the army purpose.

Jeep, currently a brand from Fiat Chrysler, has been out of defense favor for a fairly long time. However, Hendrick Dynamics has some amount of expertise in changing Wranglers for the purpose of combat. The company has three different versions of the Commando Vehicle meant for commercial customers and government agencies. People might wait to see if the Jeep gets re-inducted into the defense corridors.

Just in case you are interested in buying a Jeep, you could visit the Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep store today.





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Jeep CEO Michael Manley has indicated in an interview at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show that the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk will arrive next year. The Jeep Grand Cherokee will be powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 Hellcat engine that may deliver upwards of 700 horsepower, allowing for the SUV to sprint to 60 mph from a standstill in just 3.5 seconds. Furthermore, the Trackhawk will feature an all-wheel drive system. The Trackhawk trademark was registered by Fiat Chrysler in late 2014. Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep will inform you of any official word from Fiat Chrysler regarding the development of the Hellcat-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk.






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