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Can you recall any four-letter words that indicate the deepest desires of each person? Well, I’m sure there are at least two, and JEEP is central to every American mind. The jeep has always been considered a muscular and tough SUV with masculine appeal. Originally used in World War II, the term JEEP has become synonymous with robust, reliable and versatile 4×4 vehicles.

Based on the Bantam BRC prototype, which first appeared in 1941, JEEP has since evolved into many modern avatars, incorporating all the modern styles and conveniences of this era, while preserving the aura and crude image of its ancestor. When we think about JEEP, the image that comes to mind is the all-metal body of the SUV and the (4-wheel drive) 4WD or 4×4, which has become the pioneer of modern Sports Utility Vehicles and ATVs. The legend of JEEP and the history of its development began with the image of the first JEEP carrying soldiers in World War II.

The image immediately captured the imagination of every person in the world, and a new dream was born, “the dream of having JEEP.”  In the USA, JEEP is the best choice for off-road and off-road enthusiasts, and this name has taken a unique niche for itself in Chrysler dealer networks. Over the years, JEEP has been constantly offering improved options for SUVs and 4x4s, and the latest JEEP 4x4s have been called the combination of old school durability and modern technology to improve performance on and off the road. Currently, in its lineup of more than 7 options, there is JEEP for each type of off-road need. Current horses at JEEP Stable:



Cherokee (no longer in production)

Grand Cherokee

Comanches (no longer in production)




debater Unlimited
Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer (no longer in production) COMMANDER

The Commander is the mid-size premium SUV from JEEP that was introduced in 2006. Ever since it was first unveiled at the New York Auto Show in 2005, Commander has been a true gift for many JEEP enthusiasts across America. This 7-seater SUV features a square design with a vertical windshield and sharp muscular edges.

Currently, Commander is available in two engine options: a 3.7-liter V6 and a 5.7-liter V8. In addition to these options, Commander is also available in 4×2 and 4×4 options, depending on customer needs. COMPASS Compass is a compact crossover SUV from the JEEP house, which was introduced in 2007. The SUV has a very prestigious look and is targeted at JEEP customers for the first time. Compass style is a mixture of aggressive bends and streamlined edges with a modern look. Compass is currently available with a 2.4-liter VVT engine in 4×4 and 4×2 variants. CHEROKEE

The Cherokee is a mid-size SUV that has now turned into a larger and better life-size option, known as the Grand Cherokee. Grand Cherokee was introduced in 1993, while its predecessors, Cherokee SJ and Cherokee XJ, ran the roads from 1974 to 1983 and from 1984 to 2001, respectively. Grand Cherokee is currently available in SRTS, Laredo, and Limited. The Grand Cherokee SRTS comes with a 6.1-liter HEMI V8 engine, while the Laredo and Limited variants are equipped with a 3.7-liter V6 engine. Comanche

The JEEP Comanche was introduced in 1986 as the Cherokee Compact SUV all-wheel drive version. The comanche was designed with a Cherokee frame connected to a cargo box with a long or short bed. Comanche was one of the first SUVs to use the Quadra-Link suspension. In America, it was available in the 2.5-liter (I4) 4×4 variant, as well as the 4.0-liter (I6) 4×4 variant. Liberty

JEEP Liberty has emerged as a replacement for the discontinued Cherokee. The first-generation Liberty was based on the KJ engine platform, which was produced from 2002 to 2007. Today’s second-generation Liberty, or JEEP Liberty, is based on the KK engine format and has been adorning roads since 2008. Liberty is equipped with a 3.7-liter V6 engine with 4×4 and 4×4 options. Liberty Sport and Liberty Limited are two models sold by JEEP in the United States. PATRIOT

The Patriot can be described as a close relative of the JEEP Compass in terms of engine platform and technical specifications; the style of the two jeeps is radically different. The Compass has more of an up-town hatchback feel to it whereas the Patriot is a traditional 4-door wagon with typically aggressive SUV looks. The Patriot is available in the 2.4 liter VVT engine in its two models i.e. the Patriot Sport and the Patriot Limited. Wrangler

Many consider the Wrangler as the face of JEEP. This is because of the fact that Wrangler is based on the world famous ancestral JEEP design that was used in the Second World War. Wrangler represents the iconic JEEP look, preserving the look and feel of the 1941 Bantam BRC prototype, while at the same time incorporating modern 4×4 off-road capabilities and the latest definitions of SUV comfort. The modern Wrangler is a two-door SUV equipped with a 3.8-liter V6 SMPI engine in all three 4×4 models, namely RUBICON, SAHARA and SPORT. WRANGLER UNLIMITED

Wrangler Unlimited can be called the older brother of Wrangler JEEP. While the Wrangler is a 2-door SUV, the Wrangler Unlimited is a 4-door convertible with several additional features than its counterpart. It still contains the 3.8-liter V6 SMPI engine, but contains several additional features, such as an electronic stabilization program. Wrangler Unlimited has been available since 2007 and is highly respected among premium SUVs in the United States. WAGONEER and GRAND WAGONEER Also known as Kaiser-Jeep, the JEEP Wagoneer is probably the oldest of the cum Station Wagon SUVs. Wagoneer was produced from 1963 to 1983 under various brands. The car was so well designed that it hardly underwent any major design changes in 20 years. The 4WD (4-wheel) giant was powered by a 401 cubic inch 401-cylinder V8 engine. Wagoneer was renamed Grand Wagoneer in 1984 to match the smaller sizes of the Wagoneer and Cherokee models.

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