Originally Posted by FHLH
I can certainly understand why. Ever since I rented a 2014 GC Limited for my trip to the Grand Canyon back in May... I wanted one. When I found out I could get a Diesel, I said "take my money, please"
"From January through July, Fiat (F:IM) sold 392,390 Jeeps in North America, 44 percent more than in the same period last year. That was enough to rocket the American brand past Kia (000270:KS) and Dodge, its corporate cousin, to the No. 7 spot on a ranking by volume. At the moment, Jeep is right behind Hyundai (005380:KS) in terms of total vehicles sold."
Jeep Now Sells More Cars Than Kia and Dodge - Businessweek
Locally I'm seeing pretty much all models and options. The Laredos seem to be growing in areas that had been dominated by Subies and Pathfinders, and are the most commonly spotted models for me. But the Limiteds and Overlands are quite common, far more so than the newer Ford Exploders. Summits are also around, with SRTs almost as common as Summits, just depending on which parking lot you are surveying.
Nicely turned out vehicle...even with a few "features" here and there.