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Discover the Capability of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator

Jeep returns after a long hiatus with a new pickup truck design, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. Perfect for towing a boat and throwing extra gear in the bed, this is a vehicle meant for a long weekend adventure that necessitates bringing all the toys along. There are three Gladiator trim options for Lexington Park drivers to consider, including the Gladiator Sport, Overland, and Rubicon. There's also an optional diesel engine that will become available later in the model year.

All trims offer a 3.6-liter V6 engine with 285 horsepower as standard. Optional upgrades include a 260-hpV6 with diesel…

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Explore Lexington Park With Confidence in the Jeep Wrangler

One of the first SUVs available and a classic off-roading vehicle, the Jeep Wrangler continues to enthrall even the drivers who never plan to take it on unpaved roads. Its rugged good looks and nimble capability make it an excellent vehicle for driving in a snowy early-morning commute. There are four trim levels for the 2019 Wrangler, including the Wrangler Sport, Sport S, Sahara, and Rubicon. Two doors are standard, with four doors on all the basic trims coming with the Unlimited designation. There's also a limited-edition Jeep MOAB featuring all the best upgrades from the other trims.

 

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Check Out Exciting New Ram 1500 Features in Lexington Park

If you have heard about the Ram 1500, you may have gotten a glimpse into the intelligent features and big possibilities that the Ram truck offers. From the technology available to the convenient amenities that can make navigating your work around the Waldorf area a cinch; wait until you see new amenities you’ll love for the 2019 Ram 1500. You can see right at first glance the refreshed take to the exterior of the Ram 1500, and once you get inside, you’ll see many exciting updates.

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Fitzgerald Auto Mall Lexington Park Respects Those Who Served

Memorial Day is coming up and we wanted to take the time to speak on what it means to us. Every year, on the last Monday of May, we take time to honor those who have fought for and died for our country. Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day began after the Civil War and became a federally recognized holiday in 1971.

 

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