We have a few new pieces of news coming out of the Jeep and Ram dealerships around the country today that could be very interesting to the owners of the old trucks and trucks that have been with us for over a decade.
First of all, the Jeep is going to get a new paint job, starting with a new color scheme.
The new paint scheme is called “Gulf Coast Metallic” and is meant to be a more contemporary and more modern look.
According to a Jeep spokesperson, the paint scheme will be used throughout the company.
The new color will be a “neutral brown with silver highlights.”
The colors are intended to make the truck a more versatile vehicle for daily drivers, truckers and recreational vehicles.
The company also said the paint is “an important element” of the overall design.
It’s going to be called “Red” and it will be lighter than the current color scheme, which is the same color as the Ram 2500.
It will be an even lighter shade than the Ram 1500, the Ram 5000, the Cherokee 2500 and the Ram 4×4 2500.
The Red color will also be used on the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The colors will be on the rear grille, grille trim, hood and grille plate.
The paint is also being applied to the rear window and grilles, the rear door handles, the driver side sunroof, and the front seat backrest.
The truck’s interior will also get some serious upgrades, according to Jeep.
They plan to add a leather seating option on the Grand Cherokee, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and a leather steering wheel surround.
They are also adding a six-way power driver’s seat, a full leather seating position, a new steering wheel cover, and an all-new driver seat.
They are also making changes to the way the rear seats are constructed.
Jeep says that the seats are going to look like the front seats of a new, more affordable Jeep Wrangler.
The interior of the truck will get some additional touches as well.
They will be replacing the fog lamps on the driver’s side of the cab with LED lights, which will help provide better visibility for the driver while in the cab.
The seats and cab will get a slight facelift as well, according the company, as the company is adding some additional cargo area around the driver and the rear passengers.
The front seats are getting a slight re-do, as well as some other interior updates.
They have been repositioned to give the driver more room, which gives the driver better legroom.
The seats will also have “a new soft top design that helps reduce headroom for taller passengers and increase the driver-side legroom for those seated in the rear.
The interior also features an aluminum center console, rear-facing steering wheel and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Wrangler will get more features that were not available on the previous model, including heated front seats, an active rear spoiler, and active front spoiler venting.
The rear seats will get upgraded, too.
The Jeep Wranglers starting price is expected to be $23,995.
That is significantly lower than the previous Grand Cherokee that sold for $26,995 and the new Ram 2500 that sold at $27,995 for the Grand Cherokees.
The company is also launching a new service program for owners of older models.
The program will offer free truck maintenance for five years, free truck oil changes, and free roadside assistance.
The brand says it will provide the owners with a $5,000 financing option for a purchase price of $49,995, or a $2,500 credit for an additional $7,500, which can be used towards a free truck-repair service.