Jeep has recently unveiled a special edition of the Patriot, named the Freedom Edition, which is honoring the men and women in the U.S. military.
According to the North American based automaker, the 2103 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition has been designed in order to honor the veterans of the United States military and the model is based on the Patriot Latitude, but it can be distinguished by the “Oscar Mike” (“on the move” in military jargon) badging, 17-inch aluminum wheels finished in Mineral Gray and the red, white or blue color for the body.
“We have created the 2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition as a tribute to the brave men and women that have served, while acknowledging the Jeep brand’s renowned military history”, said the company’s CEO, Mike Manley.
The cabin of the 2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition hasn’t been left aside either and this is now getting the silver accent stitching, the Dark Gray Cubic cloth seats with vinyl bolsters, the star patches, the all-season floor mats and last, but not least, the sunroof. Jeep says that the 2103 Patriot Freedom Edition is available for its future customers in the United States for a starting price of 21,445 USD. $250 will be donated by Jeep for every special edition of the Patriot Freedom sold.