Jeep's Freedom Edition puts the fire in fireworks this Fourth of July

To honor the service of the men and women of the United States armed forces, Jeep has released a military-themed 2023 Gladiator and Wrangler. The brand will give a donation of USD 250 (or PHP 13,783) to military charities for every unit sold. Plus, active and recently retired service members who qualify get a USD 500 (or PHP 27,566) military bonus cash when purchasing any of the two SUVs. 

Scheduled to arrive on Veterans Day in the US this year, these two special-edition models will have capability enhancements and unique exterior features. One example would be the Oscar Mike badge on the rear tailgate/swing gate. 

Both the Gladiator and Wrangler will have LED headlights, foglights, body-color fender flares, winch-capable steel front bumper, steel rock rails, black wheels, and black accents. There will also be an American flag decal along the side of each vehicle. For the interiors, both models will have special edition leather-trimmed cloth seats and black accent stitching. 

Jeep Wave, the brand's premium owner loyalty program, will be standard on both models too. Features of this service include three years of worry-free maintenance at dealerships, 24/7 support via phone or online chat, vehicle protection 24/7 roadside and first-day loaner coverage, and VIP access to select, exclusive Jeep brand events. 

Both models will only be available for a limited time. The Gladiator and Wrangler Freedom editions will also be available in Sport S trim with a package price of USD 3,295 (or PHP 181,665).