Jeep has recently announced its plans to introduce the Patriot Freedom Edition, which is adding some interesting items to the standard model.
The North American based automaker Jeep has recently pulled the wraps off a special edition of the Jeep Patriot, named the Freedom Edition, which is adding some interesting items. According to the carmaker, the Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition is actually based on the 2014 model year version and the vehicle can be ordered with a red, white or blue exterior paint, which should make it highly appreciated by the people who are celebrating Memorial Day.
The new Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition is also coming with military inspired stars, fitted on the rear quarter panel and on the hood, with silver accent stitching plus a fabric star logo on the front seats and with Oscar Mike badging on the lower front door. Jeep says that the Patriot Freedom Edition is available for order right away and its future customers will have to pay at least 21,795 USD, for the base entry-level model, with front-wheel drive, before being able to drive it home. If the 4×4 version is what you’re looking for, you should know that this will set you back for 25,195 USD. Jeep will make a 250 USD donation to military charities for each model sold.