2014 Jeep Cherokee Floor Mats

December 20, 2013

Got your hands on the brand new 2014 Jeep Cherokee? As we head into Winter, make sure your vehicle’s brand new interior stays protected with a set of Jeep Cherokee Floor Mats. At JeepWorld, we work hard to bring you the best products for your vehicle. With that in mind, we have two brands of floor mats that will work very well for your Cherokee depending on what you are looking for. Image 

The brand new Cherokee Floor Mats from Mopar are specifically designed to match your Jeep’s contours to maximize coverage. Each set includes two front and two rear floor mats all featuring a raised lip and molded honeycomb pattern. Black is the only color option currently available for this design, but we here a tan set is in the works.

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Another option for the 2014 Cherokee is a set of all-new Weathertech Floor Liners. We’re Jeep People, so it may sound weird to say, but these are the “Cadillac” of floor mats. Each fit is laser-measured ensuring maximum coverage for your Jeep’s Floor. Each kit comes as a set of two front mats or a one-piece rear (sold separately) and are available in black, tan, or gray.

Be careful when ordering for your 2014 Jeep Cherokee as it may be easy to mix your Jeep up with either the older style Jeep Cherokee XJ or the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Floor Mats for these Jeeps will not work with your 2014 Jeep Cherokee. It may sound silly, but ordering for the wrong model year is easy to do for someone without experience.

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Jeep Gifts for every “type” of Jeeper

December 11, 2013

Looking to buy that favorite Jeeper in your life a holiday Jeep Gift? Are they a brand new Jeep owner? A total gear head? Someone who uses their Jeep as a “mall crawler”? Although Jeepers are often tough to buy for, we’ve got plenty of ideas to help you fin the perfect Jeep Gift. Our JeepWorld Gift Guide will help make your holiday shopping experience a little bit easier.

The New Jeep Owner

Buying for a brand new Jeep Owner? These folks typically need the basics when it comes to their Jeeps, think a set of Jeep Floor Mats to help them preserve the “newness” of their interior or a a Jeep Tire Cover to cover up their brand new spare. These two options make great gifts for any Jeeper, but are especially timely for someone who has a brand new Jeep.

The Jeep Girl

Women who drive Jeeps are awesome. Give them a gift that combines the best of both their worlds. A set of Jeep Grab Handles with Pink Flowers perhaps? Although we know plenty of Jeep Chicks who would dig the skulls too. Or maybe the Life is Good Daisy Tire Cover? We also carry a nice Pink Jeep Tee Shirt, a ladies Jeep Cap, and the ever popular women’s military style Jeep Hat.  All are great women’s Jeep Gift options.

The Hard Core Off-Roader

These guys are often the hardest to buy for, since they love the high ticket items like bumpers and rock rails. There are some great smaller gift for the Jeeper that would rather take their Jeep on the trail than the highway. A Jeep recovery kit makes a great gift. Kits include everything necessary to help someone get their Jeep out of hairy situations, including D-Rings & Recovery straps. Another awesomely affordable gift is a Jeep Mesh Top. These are designed to shield driver & passenger from the suns rays while off-roading.

The Outdoors Enthusiast

Do you know someone who uses their Jeep as their link to the outdoors? We have some ideas for you! The Jeep Seat Towel is a great way to keep your seats dry after a dunk in the lake or a trip to the beach. The Trek Light Double Hammock is another great gift option. This easy to use hammock can tie up easily between your Jeep’s roll bar and a tree or even between two Jeeps allowing for a nap on the trail or campsite. 

Still looking for ideas? Be sure and check out our Jeep Gift Guide, which includes a great section of Jeep Stocking Stuffers as well. Also, be sure to use coupon code “JWFANS” for 10% off all orders over $100.

From all of us at JeepWorld, we wish you a happy & healthy holiday season!

 


2014 Jeep Cherokee Commercial, “Built Free”

November 13, 2013

Here’s the new 2014 Jeep Cherokee Commercial, “Built Free”. I’m not sure about the Cherokee itself, but I enjoyed the commercial. What do you think?


SEMA 2013: Jeep Wrangler named ‘Hottest 4×4-SUV’ 4 Years Running

November 6, 2013

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November 5, 2013 , Las Vegas – The Jeep® Wrangler was recognized as the “Hottest 4×4-SUV” for a fourth consecutive year at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) trade show in Las Vegas. The SEMA Award recognizes vehicle models that specialty equipment manufacturers believe are the best platforms for accessorization and that showcase the year’s coolest products.

SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting presented the award to Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“Consumers are increasingly interested in customizing vehicles, so having an accessory-friendly platform is important,” said Kersting. “The Jeep Wrangler has consistently ranked Number One as the Hottest 4×4-SUV since the inception of the SEMA Award, a clear reflection of its versatility.”

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“It’s amazing to have the Jeep Wrangler recognized for a fourth straight year by SEMA with this award,” Gorlier said. “The Wrangler is our most accessorized vehicle and to see it consistently winning accolades is a demonstration of the quality of the vehicle and the work that Mopar has put in to develop accessories and quality Jeep Performance Parts. Enthusiasts will be happy to know we have just added new offerings to our more than 300 performance parts and accessories already available for this vehicle to provide even more options for customization.”

Mopar and Jeep recently created Jeep Performance Parts as a portfolio of high-end, hard-core Jeep parts including axles, lift kits, bumpers, winches, skid plates and suspension components. These performance parts will offer factory-engineered solutions to increase off-road performance.

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Jeep Grab Handles for Every Jeep Wrangler Roll Bar

October 30, 2013

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Here at JeepWorld World HQ, we have more Jeep Grab Handles in stock than ever before. It’s a huge assortment of colors and designs to compliment every Jeep and every taste. Why do you need Jeep Grab Handles for your Jeep Wrangler? Each set gives passengers a place to grab onto when driving on or off road; a perfect, easy, and affordable “oh sh!t” handle when trail riding or mudding. Our grab handles also also provide a grabbing point to help pull them up into the Jeep, especially those that are lifted. Grab handles also make an easy and affordable gift for the favorite Jeeper in your life. They fit great in a stocking (hint, hint).


Jeep Cherokee XJ Listing on Craigslist

October 17, 2013

So I came across this hilarious and entertaining Craiglist Ad for a 1997 Jeep Cherokee XJ this morning http://enid.craigslist.org/cto/4119280944.html%3C/div%3E (see the ad in it’s entirety below in case CL takes it down). It includes a lot of tongue in cheek banter about what it means to own a Jeep, but I was really struck by this paragraph:

“This is a Jeep Cherokee.  This is not a luxury SUV, or a maintenance-free disposable import.  It has solid front axles, wind noise, and character. It’s a Jeep.  It rides like a Jeep.  It drives like a Jeep.  All of these are GOOD things.”

This in a nutshell sums up the attitude of so many of us who love Jeeps and the Jeep Lifestyle and wonder what direction the new Chrysler is taking the Jeep Brand. We don’t need or want built-in navigation or computers, we don’t need fancy dashboards or even power this and that. There is a huge market for a stripped down, base Jeep that can be built up and personalized. If we didn’t like a little noise and a less comfortable drive, WE WOULDN’T HAVE BOUGHT A JEEP IN THE FIRST PLACE. If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it (except maybe the gas mileage).

Regardless, read the ad. This guy is a real character.

 

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1997 Jeep Cherokee  (XJ)
220K Miles
4.0 L in-line 6
4WD
AUTOMATIC Transmission
Bright Red
Straight Stock
Crank Windows, no cruise, no tilt, no delay wiper, no nonsense
POWER MIRRORS!  Woo Hoo!

$1750

Here’s the deal, kids:
This is a Jeep Cherokee.  This is not a luxury SUV, or a maintenance-free disposable import.  It has solid front axles, wind noise, and character.
It’s a Jeep.  It rides like a Jeep.  It drives like a Jeep.  All of these are GOOD things.
It is not new, it is not pristine, it is used.  This will be apparent in the pictures.

If you do not own a toolbox, have never changed your own oil, and are scared of firearms: THIS VEHICLE IS NOT FOR YOU.
If you have been posting on facebook all about how excited you are for pumpkin latte season: THIS VEHICLE IS NOT FOR YOU.
If you get offended easy and often, whine to your co-workers, and bitch a lot: THIS VEHICLE IS NOT FOR YOU.
If you feel you are owed anything in the world & have a bullshit job where you fail to produce: THIS VEHICLE IS NOT FOR YOU.
If you own a bieber album, white oakleys, affliction t-shirts, or those candy-assed stitched-pocket jeans: THIS VEHICLE IS NOT FOR YOU.
If you consider the 2nd Amendment an anachronistic relic and have never owned a firearm: THIS VEHICLE IS NOT FOR YOU.

If, however, you have BALLS OF STEEL and consider adverse weather an excuse to do stupid shit: THIS IS YOUR JEEP.
Do you laugh at danger, and tempt fate? 
Have you ever uttered the words, “Hold my beer and watch this …”?
While bored at work do you pick targets at random and think, “I could hit that from here with the .22 …”?
Have any of your friends quit hanging out because you were too much fun?
Do you have the number of a friend with cash memorized for bail?
When you pass an abandoned flatbed farm truck along a fenceline do you consider taking on another project?
Is your ol’ lady really sick of the random piles of parts, greasy footprints, and empty beer bottles in the garage?
    -could you not care less?
Do you have Jalopnik saved on your laptop AND smartphone?
Do you own a service manual for every vehicle you ever owned?
Do you still miss your first ride?
Can you carry on a two hour conversation discussing tools, scars, and hi-lift jacks?
Remember when tool companies had the balls to put half-naked beauty queens on their calendars?
Do you consider the Prius an abominable affront to the Gods of displacement, torque, and All Mighty Internal Combustion?

If you answered in the affirmative to the preceding: THIS IS YOUR JEEP.

DETAILS:
-I am the second owner.  First owner barely got it dirty and engaged the front axles once.
-I have remedied this excessive caretaking with muddy roads and a pile of fun.
-The motor uses a little oil.  How much?  I don’t know, I’m not collecting statistical analysis points. 
    I check the oil, I fill the oil, I drive.  Not enough to bother me. 
-It leaks a little oil.  How much?  Not enough for me to care.  It has 220,000 miles, Poindexter!
    If you have a vehicle with 220K NOT leaking or burning oil, it’s empty!
-Rear bumper has a big-ass crease in it.  I dented it backing into a concrete pole.  Sober.
    We drove away giggling, for the record.  Haven’t fixed it.
-Driver’s side door was caught by the wind, whipped forward, got into the LF quarter panel.
-Radiator has a small leak.  Pinhole.  I can replace the radiator or you can.  Really doesn’t matter
    A new radiator and hoses will run $145.  If you don’t want to replace them I will. 
    Add $250 to the price of vehicle.  This includes radiator, hoses, and labor (beer).  A freaking bargain.
-The badass little 4.0L bullet-proof in-line six starts and runs like the proverbial champ.
-Tranny and 4WD operate perfectly
-Tires will need replaced in a couple thousand miles.  I haven’t upgraded because I had plans:
    Had planned a small lift, upgrade to 17″ Wrangler wheels, and more aggressive tires.
    Life got in the way – it ain’t happening. 
-Zombie stickers on the right rear window stay.  My daughter’s idea, take it up with her.
-Flogging Molly sticker stays as well.  They kick ass, so there. 

QUESTIONS:
-Why are you selling?
    I can’t justify owning it anymore.  Motorsickles, kiddos, work, travel, and beer have consumed my time and money.
    Someone else needs to appreciate the Jeep for what it is:  awesome mechanical artistry.

-What’s wrong with it?
    Radiator.  Small oil leaks.  Driver’s side door cosmetic issues. 
    And it’s pissed it has been neglected and parked.  It needs rescued.

-Does the 4WD work?
    Hell yes.  Like a Dickensian Orphan. 

-Will you sell me the [engine / tranny / rear door / axle / etc.]?
    No.  I’m not in the salvage business.  Buy the Jeep.  Love the Jeep. Give the Jeep a home.

-Will you take [insert ridiculously stupid low number here]?
    No.  If I wanted [ridiculously low number] I would have asked [ridiculously low number]
    Want a cheap car?  Get your kid that lowered tuner piece of shit honda project down the road. 
    I think I’m plenty cheap for this bad mofo.

-Why is it still stock?
    Because I bought it for a daily driver with the intention of turning it into a project.
    I haven’t had the time to do so.  So I am selling it.

-Can I put a 6″ lift and giant tires on it?
    I don’t give a shit.  But be sure to use quality components and for God’s sake – get it aligned after a lift!

-Would this make a good car for my daughter?
    Hell.  Yes.  Not only a good car, a learning experience.  Introduction to vehicular maintenance.
    Additionally, there isn’t really enough room in the back for that little bastard she’s dating to try anything.

-Can you deliver?
    Within reason.  I’d drive it a hundred miles or so.  But really, you should come get it.  Look it over.  Have a beer.  Etc.

-Will you take a check / cashier’s check / Western Union Transfer / Nigerian Promissory Note?
    Would you take a ball pein hammer to the forehead?
    No.  I’ll take Cash.  Period.  Bring cash or don’t show.

-Will you ship to -?
    No.  See above.

-No, really, all I have is [lowball dollar amount]?
    That’s great, I don’t give a shit.  Unicef ain’t running this deal, and until they do I want $1750. 
    Why?  Because I don’t HAVE to sell this little beauty.  Truth be known, I’d rather keep it.
    But if it’s going to a good home – I will sell.  Unless you’re an asshole – then no sale.

-Why are you such a dick?
    Everything is relative; you should see my friends.

Any other questions, feel free to reply to this email and ask.


Our New Jeep Accessories for Autumn 2013

October 4, 2013

At JeepWorld we’re always searching for new and exciting Jeep Accessories to offer. Here are three of our favorites for the last quarter of 2013. All three we’re featuring here happen to be accessories for the Jeep Wrangler. Let us know what you think!

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The Sherpa Roof Rack by Rugged Ridge is a safari-style Jeep Rack that extends up and around your Wrangler’s hard or soft top. Using attachment points on the body of your Jeep, this rack requires no additional modifications to your vehicle. With a three hundred pound carrying capacity, this heavy duty rack provides plenty of function to go along with great off-road expedition looks. The best part of this new Jeep Rack is the price, coming in at $639.99 for the 2 Door Jeep Wrangler and $669.99 for the 4 Door Jeep Wrangler. Similar Racks on the market sell for $800 and up!

Do you drive an all new 2014 Jeep Wrangler? With it’s first round of seasonal weather on the way, you’re going to want to keep your Jeep’s interior protected with a set of 2014 Jeep Wrangler Floor Mats. These mats come in black only, feature a unique tire tread pattern and the Jeep Logo, and are made by Mopar to specifically fit your Jeep Wrangler’s floors. This will allow for greater protection of your interior over time. We always have these floor mats in stock and can ship same day up until 2pm EST.

 

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The Harken Hoister fits perfectly within the JeepWorld family of products. This Jeep Hard Top Hoist Kit is an easy and convenient way for you to get your top on and off relatively hassle free. No need to call your neighbor or friend to help you lift your hard top on and off, simply use this hard top hoist system. An easy solution for install and removal of a hard top and a great way to save space in your garage. Kit includes ropes, hooks, pulleys and hardware.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published on October 4, 2013.


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