2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition

Named the Freedom Edition, the special Patriot is offered in red, white or blue with bespoke military-inspired features not found on the regular model.
On the outside, these including a star on the hood and rear quarter panel, plus 17-inch high-gloss Mineral Gray painted wheels, a bright lower front fascia and an “Oscar Mike” badge on the lower front door.
Inside, Jeep fitted the Patriot with a unique Dark Gray “Cubic” cloth interior with vinyl bolsters and silver accent stitching, and a black fabric “star” logo patch on the front seats.
Standard features above the 2013 Jeep Patriot Latitude model upon which it is based, include a sunroof, Security and Cargo Group, all-season floor mats and on 4x4 models, the All-weather Capability Group package.
The 2013 Patriot Freedom Edition starts at $21,445 (excluding $995 destination) for the two-wheel drive model, with Jeep stating that it will donate $250 from each special edition it sells to charities that benefit U.S. Military members.

(vía Carscoop)

2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition

Named the Freedom Edition, the special Patriot is offered in red, white or blue with bespoke military-inspired features not found on the regular model.

On the outside, these including a star on the hood and rear quarter panel, plus 17-inch high-gloss Mineral Gray painted wheels, a bright lower front fascia and an “Oscar Mike” badge on the lower front door.

Inside, Jeep fitted the Patriot with a unique Dark Gray “Cubic” cloth interior with vinyl bolsters and silver accent stitching, and a black fabric “star” logo patch on the front seats.

Standard features above the 2013 Jeep Patriot Latitude model upon which it is based, include a sunroof, Security and Cargo Group, all-season floor mats and on 4x4 models, the All-weather Capability Group package.

The 2013 Patriot Freedom Edition starts at $21,445 (excluding $995 destination) for the two-wheel drive model, with Jeep stating that it will donate $250 from each special edition it sells to charities that benefit U.S. Military members.

(vía Carscoop)

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