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by Adam Lynton
Chrysler pays tribute to men and women in uniform past and present with special edition Jeep.
Chrysler has marked Veterans Day this year by serving up a special edition Jeep Patriot dubbed the Freedom Edition, paying tribute to the troops that fought for our freedom in two world wars and that continue to put their lives on the line. Available in red, white, or blue, the Freedom Edition come with exclusive military-inspired features, including star logos on the hood and rear quarter panel, 17-inch high-gloss Mineral Gray alloys with bright lug nuts, and "Oscar Mike" badges on the front doors.
The interior of the Freedom Edition Patriot boasts a black star logo stitching on the seat backs and a special gray "Cubic" cloth interior with silver accent stitching. Based on the 2013 Jeep Patriot Latitude model, the Freedom Edition also includes a sunroof, the Security and Cargo Group package, and all-season floor mats. As with the previous Wrangler Freedom Edition released at Independence Day, Jeep will donate $250 for every $21,445 Freedom Edition Patriot sold to charities that aid members of the US military.