Jeep is an American manufacturer that prides itself on its rugged, go-anywhere off-roaders. Established in 1941, Jeep initially built off-road military vehicles, with the most famous being the iconic Willys MB. Today the two models in the Jeep range are a little bit more refined than the original Willys. The SUVs that Jeep offers is stylish, spacious, and generously equipped, though they’re still not on the same level as their European-built rivals. Nevertheless, since Fiat took over the Jeep group in 2014, things are without doubt looking up for this historic brand.
If there’s one car that British motorists associate with Jeep, it is without doubt the Cherokee. First introduced in 1974, the Cherokee was one of the first ever SUVs. Today it’s a well-priced, well-equipped alternative to the BMW X3, and the Audi Q3. Whereas rivals are undoubtedly best suited to the road, the Cherokee is more at home out in the open. Along with the Land Rover Discovery Sport, the Cherokee is one of the few luxury midsize SUVs capable of doing more than city and motorway driving. Unfortunately however, the way in which drivers use SUVs has changed. Today SUVs are bought for style, comfort, and safety, over out-and-out off-road ability, and the Cherokee doesn’t impress in any of these areas quite as much as its rivals.
Jeep also offers a bigger, more spacious Grand Cherokee model for buyers who need extra storage space. Despite its name, the Grand Cherokee doesn’t come with the option of seven seats. Nevertheless, it’s sure to be a hit with buyers who need to carry a lot of equipment around on a regular basis.
The cheapest way to become a Jeep owner is through the latest crossover vehicle: the Renegade. The Renegade signals the future for Jeep, as it focuses firmly on a two-wheel drive platform. The Compass that preceded the Renegade was the first to do so, but the Renegade is really where Jeep have started to get on-road ability right. Ok, it’s still not as classy to drive as the ever-popular Mini Countryman, but there are few crossover SUVs with quite so much panache. It’s also one of the few cars in its class that’s actually capable if you take it off the tarmac, so it’ll attract plenty of rural buyers as well as trendy urban dwellers.
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