Following the introduction of the Wrangler Freedom Edition comes the Patriot Freedom Edition. Offered in 4x2 and 4x4 models, the Freedom Edition starts at $22,440 including a $995 destination charge. Appropriately enough, the available colors for the Patriot Freedom Edition are Cherry Red, Bright White, and True Blue. For each Patriot Freedom Edition sold, Chrysler will donate $250 to a military charity.

The Freedom Edition can be distinguished from other Patriots by its military-inspired star hood graphic, "Oscar Mike" door badges and high-gloss Mineral Gray 17-inch alloy wheels with bright lug nuts. Another special Freedom Edition touch is a special interior with star logo patches on the front seatbacks. The Freedom Edition is based on the Patriot Latitude trim that includes heated exterior mirrors, remote keyless entry, and power windows with driver's one-touch function. On top of the features included on the Latitude trim, the Freedom Edition adds a sunroof, the Security and Cargo Group package, all-season floormats, and the All-weather Capability Group on 4x4 models.

The 2013 Jeep Patriot Freedom Edition is currently on sale at Jeep dealers across the country.

Source: Chrysler