Memorial Day recently passed by on the calendar, and the Jeep brand knew just the way to celebrate. In commemoration of the special event, the brand is bringing back the Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition, which was originally introduced on Veteran's Day last year.

Available in red, white or blue, the Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition builds on the Patriot's mid-level Latitude trim by adding several military-themed extras, such as army-inspired star graphics on the hood and rear quarter panel, an "Oscar Mike" (meaning "on the move" in military jargon) badge on the lower front door, and 17-inch "Mineral Grey" wheels.

Inside, edits/special additions include a black fabric star logo patch on the front seats and silver accent stitching on the seats as well.

In a press release, the brand states, "This Memorial Day, in tribute to the brave men and women, past and present, serving our country here and abroad, the brand is reintroducing a special 2014 Model Year Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition."1

Like at 2014 Jeep Patriot models, the Freedom Edition features an available six-speed automatic transmission, which replaces last year's continuously variable transmission in most model variations.

The 2014 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition starts at $22,790 in front-wheel drive format, while the 4 x 4 model starts at $26,190 (including shipping fees), so don't hesitate to contact Spartanburg Chrysler Dodge Jeep online or by phone today for more information. We'll be happy to answer any questions and set you up with a test drive in the special new model!

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