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Night Eagle Special Editions Make Jeeps Even More Ruggedly Handsome

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Jeep Cherokee Night Eagle Edition

The Jeep Cherokee Night Eagle Edition offers more intimidating, handsome features than ever before

The Jeep Night Eagle special edition vehicles are like the brooding literary character of your dreams. These ruggedly handsome vehicles offer the perfect combination of Jeep’s tough styling cues and a dark, ominous character. Only available on the Longitude trim level for both the Jeep Cherokee and Renegade SUVs, there are few vehicles in the industry that have the mysterious look of the Night Eagle Editions.

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Jeep offers a laundry list of features for the Renegade Night Eagle. Satin-finish gray elements, such as the Jeep badge, fog light frames, and roof bars, make this special Renegade more appealing than ever before. The exclusive 17-inch black alloy wheels, a newly available Volcano Sand matte paintwork, and four other available exterior colors—Carbon Black, Alpine White, Glacier Silver, and Solar Yellow—all make the Night Eagle something to drool over.

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Jeep Renegade Night Eagle Edition

The Night Eagle Edition Cherokee comes with similar styling to the Renegade, but with 18-inch alloy wheels and a different color scheme, which includes Black, White, Billet Silver, and Granite Crystal. In this special edition Cherokee’s interior, there is also an 8.4-inch UConnect system with nine speakers, a subwoofer, and leather steering wheel. It also has two-zone climate control, an electric tailgate, and rear parking sensors.

Two different versions of the Night Eagle Editions debuted earlier this month at the Frankfurt Motor Show, highlighting the edition’s intimidating styling cues and sexy silhouette. Sales for the Night Eagle Edition Jeep Cherokee and Renegades will start later this year with limited production numbers.