Abdulah Alsayegh doesn't do subtle. After waiting for weeks for parts from his Jeep dealership to no avail, he spraypainted complaints about their poor service all over his Wrangler and parked it right in front of their door. The dealership scrambled like mad to hide the eyesore, parking cars around it on all sides,…
Jeep ditched the Gladiator name for their full-sized pickup trucks the year today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe J2000 was built, but that doesn't mean you can't be Roman round in it. That is of course, if it doesn't cost an empire.
As a bunch of rich skinny guys start cavorting around the Mediterranean for a while, let's take a look at what they call motorsport in Iceland: nitro-injected Jeeps, furiously driving up the sides of cliffs.
Cool, rare and affordable—while conventional car person wisdom might suggest you can only get two, we'll happily argue this awesome 1961 Jeep FC150 currently listed on Ebay has it all.
They do things a little differently in the Middle East. After waiting since April 16th for parts for his Jeep from the dealer, a man in the State of Kuwait spraypainted complaints about the dealership all over his Jeep and parked it right in front of their door. It's a "I will blind my eye if it mars your sight" kind…
In the mountains of central Asia, yak racing is a hairier, but no less entertaining twist on horse racing. It's kind of like building and running the world's fastest naturally-aspirated SRT8 Jeep.
Chance Lavitch went to a Clippers game on Monday night for his 21st birthday. He made a half-court shot and won a new Jeep Grand Cherokee. Welcome to adulthood, Chance. Here's your free Jeep.
We just received this photo of a Jeep Grand Cherokee, apparently driven by a valet, that managed to vault itself over a Mini and into a Maserati GranTurismo and a vintage Porsche 356 just minutes ago. No one was hurt, but there could be damage to $400,000 worth of cars depending on the specifics of the Porsche.
Although this 1944 newsreel presents the bizarre ten passenger "Super Jeep" seen here as the next incarnation of the already popular Jeep, judging from the relative obscurity of these long vehicles they never got too far out of the testing phase.
Ask any young boy to name their coolest car, they'll likely pick a Jeep or a truck. There's just something about both that hit all the right Cro-Magnon hot spots in any pre-pubescent boy's mind. But merge them together? Well, then you get possibly the greatest combination of utilitarianism and awesomeness in the…
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will announce a formal investigation later today into the Jeep Wrangler fires we first reported on in March, Jalopnik has exclusively learned.
Every year, Jeep hosts a week-long festival in Moab, Utah for the Easter Jeep Safari. Mopar and Jeep took the opportunity to show off six customized vehicles, from simple accessory packages to a custom-built Forward Control Wrangler.
It's official. I might die. The Jeep Mighty FC Concept — unveiled this morning in Auburn Hills alongside the other concepts — looks exactly as cool as we'd hoped it would. The Forward-Control Jeep is reborn.
Jeep's produced another round of their crazy Jeep concepts that we'll soon beg them to turn into something you can actually buy. Highest on the list? The Jeep Mighty FC, which looks like a Forward-Control Jeep modernized for the new world — something I'd never thought of until this moment but now must posses.
Sean Heiney of Ann Arbor, Michigan was driving his 2010 Jeep Wrangler home when all of a sudden the brakes failed. Then his power steering went. Then he noticed smoke. Within a minute his car was surrounded by flames.
The tornado that struck the town of Dexter in Southeast Michigan last week took dead aim at a row of houses along Wilson Street in the Orchards River Hill subdivision. When the twister cleared, nearly everything was destroyed. Everything except this one Jeep Commander that miraculously appears untouched.
I was with my 15-month old son, Otto, at the playground in Griffith Park the other day and saw something that reaffirmed my faith that maybe, just maybe, some of this current generation of kids will grow up appreciating cars the way I do.
Over the course of its existence Jeep Brand ownership has been like a game of hot potato while the trucks themselves have seemed almost like go anywhere time capsules. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1998 Grand Cherokee is from the Chrysler era, and sports that make's rabid 5.9 V8. Its price, however, might make you…
If unearthing cars stuck wasn't your favorite winter sport there was a simple solution in 1983—drive a Jeep. While those other chumps were trying to unearth their big rear wheel drive cars, you could be flying through the snow in any assortment of new Jeeps from the Cherokee to the Scrambler.
The Jeep Grand Wagoneer has such a cult forllowing you might expect ownership to require the ritual sacrifice of a virgin. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe '89 doesn't demand such lengths, but even with its Corvette motor, is its price too great to give up?