2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition Pays Tribute to U.S. Military!

This past Veterans Day, Jeep announced the Patriot SUV Freedom edition as a tribute to U.S military members on the occasion of Veterans Day and will join the earlier Wrangler Freedom Edition. The Patriot Freedom Edition will come with many military inspired features and will cost $21,445. For every Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition sold Jeep will donate $250 that will go towards helping U.S military members.

The Patriot Freedom Edition is based on the 2013 Patriot Latitude model and comes with all the standard features that are found on the 2013 Latitude with the addition of sunroof, Security and Cargo Group, all-season floor mats and on 4×4 models the All-weather Capability Group. The Patriot Freedom Edition comes with an exclusive interior done in Dark Gray “Cubic” cloth with vinyl bolsters and silver accent stitching and a black fabric “star” logo patch on the front seats.

Other military inspired features include the “Star” logo on the hood and on the rear quarter panel, 17 inch high-gloss Mineral Gray colored aluminum wheels with bright lug nuts, a bright lower front fascia and an “Oscar Mike” badge on the lower front door (“Oscar Mike” is the NATO phonetic form of “on the move”). 2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition will be available in the choices of Deep Cherry Red crystal pearl, Bright White clearcoat and True Blue pearl exterior paints. Additionally, Jeep also offers the Freedom Edition in the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited Editions. However, the starting MSRP for Wrangler models is $27,995.00.

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