As the world's oldest off-road brand, the original Jeeps were used for troop transportation by the US Army during World War II. The American Motors Corporation bought the brand in 1970, and was later acquired by Chrysler in 1987. Over the decades, these unusual SUVs developed a reputation for going places no other vehicles can. As a result, Jeep has attracted a following of extreme off-roaders and maintained an unusually high resale value.
In recent years, Jeep has added several models designed less for off-road adventures and more for comfortable city driving. So whether you're looking for a hardy off-roading vehicle or a roomy SUV for your groceries, you'll find the perfect option in a Jeep. Take a used Jeep for a test drive today. The Wrangler, retaining the classic Jeep look, is still one of the world's favorite vehicles for off-road adventures. While the Jeep Grand Cherokee is a midsize SUV that manages to balance luxury interior features with off-road capabilities. The Jeep Liberty falls somewhere between the Wrangler and Cherokee. It maintains a classic Jeep look while offering more room and on-road drivability.
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