With its roots firmly planted in military history, Chrysler’s Jeep brand continues to bring rugged, off-road capabilities from the trails into customers’ driveways. It has been 75 years since the U.S. Army’s requirement for a versatile wartime vehicle spawned the original Jeep, and now this brand offers a full lineup of crossovers and SUVs all with decent off-road manners.
Jeep has a long history of building some of the best off-road vehicles in the automotive industry from a long line of CJ models to the ground-breaking XJ Cherokee. Of course, the true icon of the brand is the Jeep Wrangler, which replaced the CJ in 1987 and became increasingly popular following the introduction of the four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited in 2007. Jeep is always launching creative new special edition models to bolster its Wrangler lineup, but none are better than the extreme off-roader, the Wrangler Rubicon.
If a more refined off-roader is desired, the award-winning Jeep Grand Cherokee is a great choice, and it offers everything from a fuel-efficient diesel model to the asphalt-shredding Grand Cherokee SRT. In more recent years, Jeep has experienced a growing global presence thanks to models such as the Jeep Cherokee and Jeep Renegade. These models are perfect for buyers looking for more affordable and more efficient crossovers, and the Trailhawk versions still prove that these Jeeps are Trail Rated.
Jeep’s current lineup of six rugged crossovers and SUVs ranges from the small $17,595 Jeep Patriot up to the track-ready $65,495 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT. Stay up to date on the latest Jeep products with all of the pricing, specs, information and test drive reviews at TestDrive.com.
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