Jeep is celebrating Memorial Day by highlighting their lineup of military-inspired Freedom editions.
Essentially a styling package, the Freedom editions have a unique exterior with an “Oscar Mike” star decal on the hood as well as an American flag on the doors or front fenders. Buyers will also find matte black or satin carbon wheels as well as black exterior accents.
The special editions have a handful of interior touches as well including “Oscar Mike” embossing or embroidery on the front seats. However, the special seats appear to be limited to the Wrangler, Renegade and Compass.
The Freedom lineup has been expanded to include every Jeep model for 2021. Pricing starts at $26,285 for the Renegade, $27,090 for the Compass and $27,955 for the Cherokee. Likewise, the Wrangler Freedom edition begins at $36,210, while the Grand Cherokee and Gladiator cost $37,085 and $42,015, respectively.
For every Freedom edition sold, Jeep will be donating $250 to the United Service Organizations (USO). Jeep Brand North America Vice President Jim Morrison also noted, “At the Jeep … we are proud of our military heritage, with origins that date back to 1941, and the Freedom special editions are a tribute to all who have served and continue to serve. This Memorial Day, we honor those who have made the greatest sacrifice for their country and support those who continue to serve through these special editions.”