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PHOTOS: Jeep’s entire line of redesigned JL Wranglers

Jeep has so far teased us with views of specific models of the new JL Wrangler, but the folks over at trucks.com nonetheless managed to snag photos of every trim level for the new icon.

Check out the link here to view the photos.

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2018 JL interior: More refinement, less Jeep?

Since Halloween, the marketing folks at Jeep have been steadily increasing the flow of unmasked images of the redesigned 2018 JL Wrangler.

First came a trio of exterior images that showed us, among other things, that the JL will have a forward-extending roll bar up front. Now, they’ve followed suit with a pair of images featuring an interior packed with comfort and refinement. So different is this new JL interior, one might be forgiven for thinking it more at home in a Toyota than a Jeep.

Reaction among the Jeep faithful to both sets of images continues to be mixed, with a slight edge to those who enjoy the new Jeep’s additional creature comforts and electronic wizardry.

So, what say you? Is it still a Jeep with all these soft surfaces, or is Jeep bidding farewell to its heritage? Weigh in with a comment below.

No tricks — Jeep serves up Halloween treat!

Jeep stunned its fans tonight with the release of three teaser images of the 2018 Wrangler JL with no camouflage. Enjoy!

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Employees give Warn buyer Keystone average marks

Keystone Automotive Operations, the new parent company of Warn Industries’ off-road accessories segment, receives average marks from its employees, according to workforce-review site glassdoor.com.

In 67 reviews, Keystone employees rate the company 2.7 out of five stars overall, with just 29 percent of workers saying they would recommend the company to a friend.  While such reviews put Keystone in an “average” category, a troubling 77 percent of Glassdoor respondents reported their hiring experience with the company as negative.

No profile was available for Keystone’s corporate parent, LKQ Corporation.

Read the full Keystone profile on Glassdoor here: https://www.glassdoor.com/Overview/Working-at-Keystone-Automotive-Operations-EI_IE21956.11,41.htm

 

Related story: Keystone Automotive reels in Warn in latest industry buyout

 

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Keystone Automotive reels in Warn in latest industry buyout

In the latest stunning off-road industry acquisition, Keystone Automotive Operations has purchased the aftermarket-parts division of Warn Industries, according to online reports.

Keystone is a subsidiary brand operated by multinational firm LKQ Corporation.

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