The new model, called the Freedom Edition, is based on the Jeep Cherokee Latitude and is available in 4×4 and 4×2 versions.
One of the more obvious changes is the military star decal on the bonnet, American flags on the front doors, glossy black roof rails, black badges, custom made 18 ” matte black aluminum wheels shod in 225/60 BSW tires Touring and matte black radiator grille. The car is available in 5 colors: Diamond Black, Slate Blue, Olive Green, Sting-Gray and Bright White, although any of the first three will cost $ 245.
Several interior changes were made, most notably the installation of black fabric seats with embroidered Oscar Mike logos, decorative stitching and accents on door cards. Customers can upgrade their Cherokee Freedom Edition models with the $ 265 Mopar Package, which consists of a luggage compartment liner and Mopar floor mats.
Since the Freedom Edition is based on the Jeep Cherokee Latitude, it is powered by a 2.4-liter Tigershark MultiAir four-cylinder engine that develops 180 hp. and 234 Nm of torque.
Prices for the Freedom Edition start at $ 27,705 for the 4×2 version and jump to $ 29,205 for the 4×4 version. The car can be ordered in the online brand configurator for now.