Jeep is a brand under the larger Chrysler Group, one of the largest North American automakers. It was established in 1941, making it one of the oldest off-road automakers. The first Jeep was called the Bantam Reconnaissance Car and was introduced in 1940 as a U.S. Army prototype vehicle. The model was later redesigned to be the Model MB and was used as part of the U.S. war effort during World War II. The company was always well known for its off-road capabilities due to the solid axles used in its vehicles and heavy duty suspension. The current product line consists of a Compass, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Patriot and Wrangler.
The Jeep Wrangler is one of the most recognized vehicles in its class, as it is best known for its superior off-road capabilities. It is considered Trail Rated due to its strong off-road capability in terms of Traction, Ground Clearance, Manoeuvrability, Articulation and Water Fording. It is available in the following trims: Sport, Sport S, Unlimited Sport, Sahara, Unlimited Sahara, Rubicon, and Unlimited Rubicon. It comes with advanced technologies such as a Command-Trac Transfer case, Electronic Roll Mitigation, and Uconnect Voice Command. The Wrangler has also won numerous awards and recognition including Best New Car for Off-Roaders by Cars.com, Ward’s 10 Best Engines by Ward’s Automotive, and an Instant Classic by Edmund’s Inside Line 2010 Readers’ Most Wanted.
|Jeep Model||Jeep vs. Top Competitor Models|
|Patriot||Ford Escape, Nissan Rogue|
|Compass||Mitsubishi RVR, Ford Escape|
|Wrangler||Ford Escape, Volkswagen Tiguan, Toyota FJ Cruiser|
|Wrangler Unlimited||Nissan Xterra, Toyota FJ Cruiser, Ford Escape|
|Liberty||Toyota FJ Cruiser, Nissan Xterra, Ford Escape|
|Grand Cherokee||Ford Edge, Dodge Durango, Ford Explorer
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