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.