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America's Most Iconic Brand

The Jeep name has been synonymous with uncompromising off-road capability and rugged, adventure-ready design for decades. As one of the most iconic American automotive brands, Jeep has earned its place as the go-to choice for drivers who demand a vehicle that can handle anything the world throws their way.

Whether you're navigating the rock-crawling trails of Moab or tackling the daily commute, a Jeep delivers an unparalleled driving experience defined by its legendary 4x4 performance. With short wheelbases, high ground clearance, and powerful all-terrain drivetrain options, Jeeps are engineered to confidently conquer even the most challenging terrain.

Jeep Models

Jeep offers a diverse lineup of rugged and capable vehicles.

1. Wrangler
2. Gladiator
3. Cherokee
4. Grand Wagoneer
5. Grand Cherokee
6. Renegade
7. Compass
8. Patriot
9. Commander
10. Liberty
11. Jimny
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Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler is the brand's flagship off-road SUV, available in 8 trim levels and configurations to suit different needs and preferences. The Wrangler was first manufactured in 1986 and is still in production today.

Sport: a base trim with standard features, including a foldable windshield, removable doors, and a powerful 3.6L V6 engine.
Sport S: similar to Sport trim with added features, like door locks and power windows.
Sahara: a mid-level trim with added premium features, including a larger infotainment display and premium quality sound system.
Rubicon is an off-road trim with stronger axles, an electronic disconnect for the sway bar, and rock-slider side steps.
Willys: the trim package includes off-road upgrades like 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case, skid plates, and heavy-duty suspension. It also features unique elements like blacked-out wheels and a distinctive Willys badge.
Unlimited Sport: a version of the Sport trim with a longer wheelbase.
Unlimited Sahara: a version of the Sahara trim with a longer wheelbase.
Unlimited Rubicon: a version of the Rubicon trim with a longer wheelbase.

Jeep Gladiator

The Jeep Gladiator is a mid-size pickup truck that shares many of the Wrangler's off-road capabilities. The Gladiator was first manufactured in 1962 and is still in production today, making it one of the longest-running models in Jeep's lineup.

It comes in the following trims:

Sport: base trim with features like a five-foot steel bed, skid plates, and a six-speed manual transmission.
Sport S: adds more conveniences like power windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry.
Overland: a more premium trim with amenities like an 8.4-inch touchscreen, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and body-color fender flares.
Rubicon: the off-road focused trim with heavy-duty Dana 44 axles, electronic front and rear locking differentials, and a two-speed transfer case.
High Altitude: top-of-the-line trim with features like leather upholstery, a premium audio system, and unique 18-inch wheels.

Jeep Renegade

The Jeep Renegade is a compact SUV that blends Jeep's signature style with impressive off-road capabilities. The Renegade was first manufactured in 2014 and is still in production.

The Renegade comes in the following trims:

Sport: the base trim comes with a 1.3-liter turbocharged engine, front-wheel drive or available 4x4 system, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and cloth upholstery.
Latitude: adds features like dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, power driver's seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and an 8.4-inch touchscreen.
Trailhawk: the off-road focused trim features a raised suspension, skid plates, Jeep's Selec-Terrain traction management system, all-terrain tires, and a 4x4 system with low range gearing.
Limited: the premium trim adds leather-trimmed seats, a 9-speaker premium audio system, hands-free power liftgate, and blind spot monitoring.
High Altitude: the top-of-the-line trim comes with unique 18-inch wheels, black exterior accents, premium leather upholstery, and advanced safety features.

Jeep Grand Wagoneer

First introduced in 1963, the iconic Jeep Grand Wagoneer has remained in production for over 50 years, continuing to offer a luxurious and spacious interior, along with available V8 engines, in its latest modern incarnation.

Series I: the base trim level, featuring premium features like a 12-inch infotainment display, tri-zone climate control, and a premium audio system.
Series II: adds more luxury amenities such as ventilated front seats, a digital rearview mirror, and a premium leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Obsidian: a more distinctive trim with a unique blacked-out exterior treatment, including the grille, wheels, and exterior accents.
Series III: the top-of-the-line trim, boasting even more premium features like a 23-speaker McIntosh audio system, a rear-seat entertainment system, and massaging front seats.
Obsidian Series II: combines the blacked-out Obsidian styling with the additional luxuries of the Series II trim level.
Summit: offers the ultimate in Grand Wagoneer luxury, with exclusive features like quilted leather upholstery, a passenger-side display, and advanced safety technology.

Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a mid-size luxury SUV that offers a compelling blend of off-road capability and on-road refinement. It made its debut in 1992 and is still going strong. The Grand Cherokee comes in the following trims:

Laredo is the base trim. It comes standard with a 3.6-liter V6 engine, rear-wheel drive, and a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Laredo is available in rear wheel drive as well as full time four wheel drive.
Altitude adds 20-inch black wheels and gloss black exterior accents. It comes in rear and full time four wheel drive.
The Limited trim adds features such as leather-trimmed seats, a larger touchscreen infotainment system, and heated front seats. It is also available in RWD and full time 4WD.
Overland: adds luxury features such as leather-trimmed seats, a 10.1-inch touchscreen display, and a premium sound system.
Summit: adds advanced safety features, a 19-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, and a panoramic sunroof.
Summit Reserve: adds even more premium features, such as quilted Palermo leather seats, unique 21-inch wheels, and an upgraded Harman Kardon audio system.

Jeep Cherokee

The Jeep Cherokee is a mid-size SUV that combines on-road comfort with off-road prowess. The first Cherokee was made in 1974 and is still in production. The Cherokee comes in the following trims:

Latitude: the base trim comes with a 7-inch touchscreen, dual-zone climate control, and available four-wheel drive.
Latitude Lux: adds features like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, power driver's seat, and a premium audio system.
TrailHawk: the off-road specialist model has all-terrain tires, skid plates, and Jeep's Selec-Terrain system.
Limited: the top-tier trim includes a 9-inch touchscreen, heated and ventilated front seats, and a hands-free power liftgate.

Jeep Compass

The first Jeep Compass was made in 2006 and is still manufactured. It is a compact SUV that blends Jeep's signature style with impressive off-road capabilities. The Compass comes in the following trims:

Sport: the base trim features a 1.3-liter turbo engine, front-wheel drive, and a 7-inch touchscreen.
Latitude: adds features like dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, and a power driver's seat.
Trailhawk: the off-road focused model has a raised suspension, skid plates, and Jeep's Selec-Terrain traction management system.
Limited: the premium trim includes leather upholstery, a 9-speaker audio system, and a hands-free power liftgate.

Jeep Patriot

The Jeep Patriot was a compact crossover SUV that offered basic off-road capabilities and affordable pricing. The first Patriot was made in 2007 and was discontinued after the 2017 model year.

The Patriot came in the following trims:

Sport: base trim
Sport SE: adds more sporty features
Latitude: provides more premium amenities
Latitude X: includes additional upgrades
Limited: top-of-the-line model

Jeep Commander

The Jeep Commander was a mid-size SUV that provided seating for up to seven passengers. It debuted in 2005 and was discontinued after the 2010 model year.

The Commander came in the following trims:

Sport: the base trim
Limited: added more premium features
Overland: the top-of-the-line model

Jeep Liberty

The Jeep Liberty was a compact SUV that offered a mix of off-road prowess and on-road comfort. It started production in 2002 and discontinued after the 2012 model year.

The Liberty came in the following trims:

Sport: base model
Limited: top-end trim level
Renegade: rugged, off-roading trim
Latitude: urban oriented design
Jet: rare 2WD version of the Liberty
Arctic: special edition trim

Jeep Willys

The Jeep Willys was a series of full-size trucks and a roadster model produced in the 1940s and 1950s.

The Willys came in the following trims:

Willys Wagon (1946–1965): a full-size wagon
Willys Pickup (1947–1965): a full-size pickup truck
Willys Jeepster (1948–1950): a roadster designed for consumer appeal, not utility

Jeep History

Jeep has a rich and storied history that spans decades. From its origins as a military vehicle during World War II to its current position as a leader in the off-road and SUV market, Jeep has undergone a remarkable transformation, marked by the following milestones:

1. The Jeep brand was born in 1941, when the U.S. military commissioned the creation of a nimble, four-wheel-drive reconnaissance vehicle during World War II.
2. After the war in 1945, Jeep transitioned to the civilian market, introducing the CJ (Civilian Jeep) models that captured the public's imagination and established the brand's reputation for off-road capability.
3. Jeep introduced the Jeepster in 1948, a more passenger-oriented vehicle that broadened the brand's appeal beyond its utilitarian roots.
4. Willys Overland, the original manufacturer of the Jeep, was acquired by Kaiser Motors in 1953, solidifying Jeep's position as a leading American automotive brand.
5. The introduction of the Jeep Wagoneer in 1962 marked the brand's foray into the luxury SUV market, blending off-road prowess with premium features and comfort.
6. Jeep was acquired by American Motors Corporation (AMC) in 1970, which continued to develop and expand the brand's lineup of vehicles.
7. The 1984 introduction of the Jeep Cherokee (XJ) model revolutionized the SUV market, combining off-road capability with improved on-road performance and a more refined interior.
8. Jeep was acquired by Chrysler Corporation in 1987, which further invested in the brand's development and global expansion.
9. The Jeep Grand Cherokee was introduced in 1993, replacing the Jeep Cherokee as the brand's flagship SUV and establishing itself as an iconic blend of rugged capability and premium comfort.
10. The Jeep Wrangler underwent a major redesign in 2018, retaining its iconic styling while incorporating advanced technology and improved on-road performance without sacrificing its off-road prowess.
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Used Jeep Pricing

A used Jeep’s price tag depends on its model, year, trim, mileage, and general condition. Depending on age and mileage, a used Jeep from a recent model year might cost anywhere from $15,000 to $100,000 or more.

Find out what other people in your region are charging for a used Jeep by doing some comparison shopping. It's important to remember that the price can change based on factors including local supply and demand for the vehicle. If you're in the market for a used Jeep, you should always have a reliable mechanic look it over first to make sure it's in good shape and to spot any flaws that could drive up the price.

When figuring out how much a used Jeep is worth, you shouldn't just look at how much it costs to buy. Even though a used Jeep may be cheaper at first, it will still need regular maintenance and repairs, especially if you plan to take it off-road. So, when deciding how much money you can put toward a used Jeep, remember to include these costs. It's worth your time to spend some time looking for the right used Wrangler for your needs and budget.

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