Tuesday, December 18, 2018


The first Jeep was used in World War II and has a long history of being a military “general purpose” vehicle. Jeep’s first vehicle to be sold for public use was in the mid 1940′s and has since become an iconic fixture in off-road capable vehicles. Currently Jeeps are known for their off road capabilities, safety, and abundant accessories.

The Jeep Wrangler is the classic and iconic open air Jeep that has been in production for more than sixty years. It has tremendous off road capabilities including all wheel drive, 10.2 inches of ground clearance, and steep approach and departure angles. Even though the Wrangler is considered an open-air vehicle, it still includes many safety features and received a five star rating from the NHTSA in driver and passenger safety. The additional features include keyless entry, an Infinity audio system, a six-disc CD/MP3 player, and satellite radio. With all of these features the Wrangler is available for about $22,395.

Fifteen years ago Jeep produced one of the first SUVs that actually had off-road capabilities, the Grand Cherokee. Today, in off road situations, the Grand Cherokee offers responsive handling and immense grip courtesy of 17-inch wheels and an advanced four-wheel drive system. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is also a pretty safe car, receiving five stars in all front and side impact testing by the NHTSA. Accessories in the Cherokee include dual zone auto air-conditioning, a trip computer and a stereo with satellite radio. Starting at $22,995, the Grand Cherokee offers all that you will ever need in a SUV.

Jeep excels at producing vehicles that have exceptional off-road capabilities, and has not sacrificed any performance or quality on the road throughout the years. If you are looking for outstanding off-road performance, loads of useful accessories, and plenty of utility and ruggedness, then a Jeep is the right choice for you. Fill out a FREE, no-obligation price quote now, and find the lowest price from the Jeep dealers in your area!

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