In love with Jeeps? Want to know which Jeep Model is best for you?

 Jeeps are amazing vehicles that have some of the most die-hard loyal customers. Jeeps are one of the most searched for vehicles both in the new and in the used car market. All jeeps are very solid, rugged and most are straight-up off-road machines straight from the factory. They are also popular because of the large aftermarket parts and service support, possibilities of extensive modifications, and decent resale value (even though most wouldn’t want to let go off these prized possessions). 

The journey of Jeep has been an interesting one –starting from being its own stand-alone brand Kieser Jeep, to being purchased by American Motors Corporation (AMC) to AMC’s absorption into Chrysler Corporation, which ultimately became part of Mercedes Benz, and finally to being absorbed into Fiat creating the ‘Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) which today is one of the largest auto builders in the world. Born in the fog of war, forged in the heat of battle, containing DNA of toughness; loyalty and respect, are passed down through the paths of time imparting the foundation of greatness to its descendants that we have today. Jeeps come in all shapes and sizes but all have some glimpse and resemblance of their history. 

There are many Jeeps models currently on-road and in use, however, we will list only the latest and the most popular among the masses. Given below are the various latest models of jeeps and their specifications and configurations for you to consider before you go out to grab and drive one:

Jeep Wrangler

MSRP: Starting from $28,045 to $51,300

MPG: Up to 23 city / 25 highway

Towing capacity: 2,000 to 3,500 lbs

Fuel tank capacity: 17.5 to 21.5 gal

Engine: 2.0 L 4-cylinder, 3.6 L V6

Configurations: Sport, Unlimited Sport, Unlimited Sahara, Rubicon, Unlimited Rubicon. 

Jeep Cherokee

MSRP: Starting from $25,045 to $37,000

MPG: Up to 23 in city / 31 highway

Towing capacity: 2,000 lbs

Dimensions: 182″ L x 73-75″ W x 66-68″ H

Fuel tank capacity: 15.8 gal

Configurations: Latitude, Latitude Plus, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland. 

Jeep Compass

MSRP: From $22,095 to $29,500

MPG: Up to 23 in city / 30 highway

Towing capacity: 1,000 lbs

Fuel tank capacity: 13.5 to 13.6 gal

Configurations: Sport, Limited, Latitude, Trailhawk

Jeep Grand Cherokee

MSRP: From $32,195 to $87,200

MPG: Up to 19 city / 26 highway

Towing capacity: 3,500 to 7,200 lbs

Dimensions: 189-191″ L x 77″ W x 68-69″ H

Fuel tank capacity: 24.6 gal

Configurations: Laredo, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, Summit, SRT, TrackHawk

Jeep Patriot (2017)

MSRP: From $18,000 to $25,900

MPG: Up to 24 city / 32 highway

Towing capacity: 2,000 lbs

Dimensions: 167″ L x 74″ W x 67″ H

Configurations: Sport, Latitude. 

Jeep Renegade

MSRP: $22,025 – $29,890

MPG: Up to 24 city / 31 highway

Towing capacity: 2,000 lbs

Fuel tank capacity: 12.7 gal

Configurations: Sport, Latitude, Limited, Trailhawk. 

Regardless of which Jeep model you go for, you would be making a good decision. All of them are among the most impressive and capable vehicles in the industry. You surely won’t be disappointed by whichever option you ultimately choose.  

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