/2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition

2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition

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With the new Freedom Edition of the 2013 Patriot, Jeep returns to the brand’s military roots and pays homage to U.S. armed forces. And it’s not just by putting a sticker on the car. Jeep will donate $250 to military charities for each Patriot Freedom Edition sold.

The limited edition model is based on the 2013 Patriot Latitude and is available in two- or four-wheel drive configurations, priced from $21,445. The car comes with 17-inch high-gloss Mineral Gray painted aluminum wheels and exclusive colors like Deep Cherry Red crystal pearl coat, Bright White clear coat or True Blue pearl coat, but the main highlights are the unique badges it sports.

On the bonnet it features a military-inspired star, and on the lower front door it has an “Oscar Mike” which is military talk for “on the move. “

You will also find the star logo inside the cabin on the front seats, which also feature silver accent stitching. In addition to the standard features of the 2013 Patriot, the Freedom edition also gets a sunroof, Security and Cargo Group, and all-season floor mats on 4×4 models.

Standard features include electronic stability control, electronic roll mitigation, Hill-start Assist, anti-lock disc brakes, illuminated cup holders, sunscreen glass, fog lamps, removable/ rechargeable flash light, outside temperature display, rear fold-flat 60/40 folding seat, rear window defrost and wiper, tilt steering column, cruise control and sliding visors with mirror.

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