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Synonyms for jeep

a car suitable for traveling over rough terrain

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Jeep owners who took part mentioned that it is extremely tough task to maintain these vehicles, as their spare parts are not easily available in the market.
Drivers lined up in their Jeeps and played follow-the-leader along dirt roads.
HERE COMES MICKEY MOUSE, riding in the back of an open-topped Jeep.
The Company offers Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Cherokee and Jeep Grand Cherokee aftermarket parts and accessories through its "4WD" catalogs and website (www.
The 2015 Jeep Wrangler is still, and always will be, the best vehicle to take on an off-road adventure because of its easy handling and its rough terrain-oriented chassis.
In addition to adding new tours to our itinerary I made alliances with other Jeep tour businesses in the area and purchased a destination management company to take advantage of tourism in Ventura County.
The unrivaled performance of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee continues to set the standard for all other SUV's to try and follow.
Drivers looking for a Jeep in Brisbane can learn more about each of the new Jeep models at the Northstar website at http://www.
Media Contact: Kristen Iverson Schaumburg Jeep, (888) 821-8148, emarketing@dealerfire.
Also new: the public and non-Jeep owners are invited to share in the excitement of Camp Jeep and the Jeep King of the Mountain on Sunday, August 14.
Chrysler Museum gift shop has the perfect Jeep gifts to show you do indeed understand.
The dealership emphasizes Jeep's grand lineup of vehicles, which includes the Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Patriot, Jeep Renegade and Jeep Cherokee.
Chrysler Museum Presents 70 Years of Jeep Week Sponsored by Dana, July 12 - 17, 2011, issued June 23, 2011 by Walter P.
Featuring a changing array of eight production and concept vehicles, 70 Years of Jeep traces the vehicle's evolutionary rise from military reconnaissance use to the transportation of choice in navigating all manner of terrain for millions of adventure-seekers.