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Jeep Jamboree USA events are held in 21 states, including Nevada. They take place from February through October and are strictly limited to Jeep vehicles. These off-road adventurous weekends have a long tradition that dates back to 1953. They bring together the outdoors, laid back people, and their Jeeps. Jeep Jamborees accommodate every level of expertise making them fun for everyone. According to Jeep, any Jeep vehicle with a 4-LO transfer case can participate.  Experienced guides help navigate you through some of the most challenging off road explorations that provide the most scenic views.

If you are looking to participate in a Jeep Jamboree, visit Chapman Chrysler Jeep.  You will find that there are a few different options, one of which is sure to fit your style.  The “Classic” Jamboree is perfect for Jeep explorers who are stress-free oriented and don’t want to worry about preparing or planning meals.  Classic Jamborees offer traditional Friday and Saturday night dinner gatherings, as well as a hot breakfast and trail lunch on Friday and Saturday. “Select” Jamborees may be a more affordable option and is great for families. “Select” Jamborees include Friday and Saturday night family style dinners, but give Jamboree adventures the opportunity to prepare their own meals or check out restaurants along the way.  Family Plan which is designed to make the Jeep Jamboree USA experience more affordable for families of four or more, pricing per vehicle instead of per person.

As far as the adventure itself, the trip contains several trails of varying difficulty. The group is divided into caravans of around 50 Jeeps or less. Jamboree officials grade off-road trails by degree of difficulty on an ascending scale from one to 10. Most trails fall in the four to eight ranges. Progress along the route usually remains steady until the group comes upon an obstacle where Jeepers will take on the challenge one by one, then stop again to wait for the rest of the group.

For additional information on Jeep Jamborees, check out Las Vegas Jeep.


For 2014, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is receiving a significant update designed to secure its competitive footing in the midsize SUV class. Laredo, Limited and Overland trim levels are maintained, joined by a new 2014 Grand Cheroke Summit that sits at the top of the lineup.

Visit Las Vegas Jeep and see the exterior of the new 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee complete with new front and rear styling with LED running lights in front and larger LED taillights in back. All models except for the Laredo are equipped with dual exhaust outlets.

Inside, the 2014 Grand Cherokee has a redesigned central control panel equipped with standard Uconnect 5.0 touch-screen display.  Uconnect is fully upgradeable with new Uconnect Access technology, which offers embedded cellular service through Sprint. When service is activated, it offers Internet search capability, Internet radio streaming, and voice commanded text capabilities.

Under the hood, all trims include an 8-speed automatic transmission. A new Eco Mode is also standard for all engines. Combined, these two modifications improve the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee’s fuel economy ratings across the board. The Grand Cherokee continues to offer a 290-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 engine and a 360-horsepower, 5.7-liter V-8 engine.

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The Compass is also getting minor updates in 2014. Depending on the trim level, these changes range to new headlight surrounds, painted mirror caps, chrome fog light bezels and chrome inserts on the tailgate trim.  The new Compass also gets smoked taillights and painted mirror caps. Inside, the armrest padding is improved and subtle tweaks have been made to the shifter surround, cluster surround, and console trim.

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As for the Patriot, Chapman Jeep offers Sport, Latitude, and Limited models for 2014, with base equipment on the Sport including fog lamps, illuminated cup holders, a removable rechargeable flashlight, rear-seat heater ducts, tilt steering, cruise control, roof side rails, tinted glass, and an auxiliary input, plus Hill Start Assist and electronic stability control with roll mitigation.

According to Edmunds, more significant updates for both the Compass and Patriot are the additions of the six-speed automatic transmission, which is expected to improve performance acquire up to 30 mpg. Similarly, safety has been included as part of the package of updates. The Compass and Patriot are now offered with front seat-mounted side air bags and an optional ParkView reversing camera.