Okay, so you know all about it: Jeeps are rugged, adventurous, and will go pretty much anywhere you point ‘em. But Jeeps are also great for just getting around, with road manners that are as refined as their four wheel drive is capable. They are at home just as well in the urban jungles and vast parking lots that most of us face, as they are blazing through the Rubicon Trail. Jeeps can also be luxurious, with leather and fine audio amongst other
Jeep Grand Cherokee: The Jeep Grand Cherokee has remained at the top of the SUV food chain since its inception, and for good reason: it is refined utility at its purest. With four wheel drive and an optional 5.7L HEMI V8, there isn’t a lot the new Grand Cherokee can’t do. 2005 brings with it a fresh new face for the Grand Cherokee, and despite fresh appearances, the Cherokee retains all that it is famed for: an interior that feels “Fifth Avenue,” even
though it can drive “Greenacres.”
Jeep Liberty: A pint size Jeep with all the tenacity of its bigger brothers. The liberty is a small four-door offering from Jeep with some very big features. The base model features a standard 2.4L 4-cylinder engine and 4X4 capability. The Limited model features a standard CD stereo and an upgraded Powertech V6, or even an optional diesel engine. The top of the line Liberty Renegade edition has exclusive design and performance features, leather seating and a standard V6 as well.
Jeep Wrangler: The Wrangler is one of the purest off-road vehicles that can be purchased today. The Wrangler is fairly simple and straightforward in design, but why mess with a good thing, right? There are varying degrees of off-roading adeptness that can be purchased through Jeep, starting with the affordable, no-frills SE model, to the boulder-crawling, river-fording, trailblazing Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.