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Founded Year

2010

Stage

Loan | Alive

Total Raised

$48.74M

Last Raised

$3.5M | 4 yrs ago

Revenue

$0000 

About EatStreet

EatStreet develops an online and mobile food ordering service connecting restaurants and diners. It enables ordering from local restaurants on its application. It facilitates restaurants' online ordering, custom websites, mobile applications, social media integration, and other digital marketing services. It was formerly known as UConnect. It was founded in 2010 and is based in Madison, Wisconsin.

Headquarters Location

44 East Mifflin Street Suite 400

Madison, Wisconsin, 53703,

United States

866-654-8777

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Latest EatStreet News

Turnersville Jeep Presents Jeep's Enhanced 2024 Lineup with New Technology

Jan 24, 2024

Share this news: Jeep's 2024 Wrangler lineup introduces enhanced capability, tech upgrades, and two new models. With a tweaked exterior, a 12.3-inch touchscreen, and safety enhancements, the Rubicon models offer increased 4x4 capability. The Willys sees improvements, and new features include off-road trail guides. Washington Township, United States - January 24, 2024 /PressCable/ — In a bold move for the upcoming model year, Jeep, in collaboration with Turnersville Jeep, has unveiled the highly anticipated 2024 Wrangler lineup, showcasing significant updates across various aspects. The renowned Wrangler series receives a boost in capability for the Rubicon, exterior design refinements, an upgraded cabin with advanced technology, and introduces two all-new models. View new models here . The 2024 Jeep Wrangler, available in Sport, Willys, Sahara, High Altitude, Rubicon, and Rubicon 392 models, includes the popular 4xe plug-in models, hailed as the best-selling PHEV in America for two consecutive years. Key Highlights for 2024: Exterior Enhancements: The 2024 Wrangler, presented by Turnersville Jeep, features a modified seven-slot grille, with a fresh design introduced on the 2023 Wrangler Rubicon 20th Anniversary. The grille boasts black textured slots, neutral gray metallic bezels, and a body-color surround. Additional exterior features include a windshield-integrated trail-ready stealth antenna, ten new wheel designs, and a range of open-air freedom options, including a standard premium soft-top, two available hardtops, and an exclusive Sky One-Touch powertop. Cabin and Technology Updates: Turnersville Jeep is proud to introduce the cabin's new soft-touch surfaces and the 12-way power-adjustable front seats. A standout feature is the all-new 12.3-inch touchscreen, the largest and most advanced display ever offered on a Wrangler. Running on Uconnect 5, it includes standard wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Notable Uconnect 5 highlights comprise Trails Offroad, five user profiles with valet mode, a customizable home screen, simultaneous Bluetooth connectivity for two phones, and Alexa Home to Car functionality. The Wrangler also boasts improved hands-free voice recognition using advanced microphone array technology. Two New Models for 2024: Sport S 4xe: A new entry point for the best-selling PHEV in America. Rubicon X: Elevates the Rubicon nameplate with standard 35-inch tires, integrated off-road camera, and steel bumpers. Wrangler Rubicon Adds Capability: For the 2024 model year, Wrangler Rubicon models, showcased by Turnersville Jeep, enhance 4x4 capability with an available factory-installed 8,000-lb.-capacity Warn winch, up to 100:1 crawl ratio, and a new Dana 44 HD full float solid rear axle. The 470-horsepower Wrangler Rubicon 392 returns with standard Xtreme 35 Package, 4.56 axle ratio, and Selec-Trac full-time transfer case. Updated Jeep Willys: The Wrangler Willys, presented by Turnersville Jeep, elevates 4x4 capability with a standard Tru-Lok rear locker, steel rock rails, trailer tow, heavy-duty electrical group, and larger 33-inch tires. The Willys 4xe variant adds the Selec-Trac full-time transfer case. Safety Updates: Standard safety features now include first- and second-row side-curtain airbags. For 2024, Wrangler introduces second-row outboard seatbelts with pretensioners and load limiters, as well as structural improvements for side-impact performance. Additional safety features vary across models, including forward collision warning, advanced cruise control, blind-spot and cross-path detection, ParkSense rear park-assist system, ParkView rear backup camera, traction control, and electronic stability control (ESC). If there is any confusion of choosing between the two models, here is a nice post to help with the choice. Other Noteworthy Additions for 2024: Trails Offroad: The first factory application of Trails Offroad delivers off-road trail guides for Jeep Badge of Honor trails integrated into the Uconnect 5 system. Wrangler 4xe Power Box: Offers four 120-volt outlets with 30 amps of total output, allowing the battery pack to power external devices. High Altitude: This model, presented by Turnersville Jeep, returns with a newly standard Sky One-Touch powertop, 12-way power and heated front seats, integrated front camera, and Selec-Trac full-time transfer case. It introduces the exclusive new Mantis Green interior color. Turnersville Jeep and Jeep continue to push boundaries with the 2024 Wrangler, offering enthusiasts an enhanced driving experience with a perfect blend of capability, technology, and innovation. The new lineup is set to make waves in the automotive industry, solidifying Jeep's position as a leader in off-road excellence. For more information on the availability of any models, talk to Turnersville Jeep . Contact Info:

EatStreet Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was EatStreet founded?

    EatStreet was founded in 2010.

  • Where is EatStreet's headquarters?

    EatStreet's headquarters is located at 44 East Mifflin Street, Madison.

  • What is EatStreet's latest funding round?

    EatStreet's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did EatStreet raise?

    EatStreet raised a total of $48.74M.

  • Who are the investors of EatStreet?

    Investors of EatStreet include Paycheck Protection Program, 4490 Ventures, Lumia Capital, MATH Venture Partners, Prime Ventures and 9 more.

  • Who are EatStreet's competitors?

    Competitors of EatStreet include Instacart and 5 more.

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