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Top^From 2010 to Now
Released: Oct 2015
The all-new Jeep Cherokee was based on Fiat Chrysler Automotive’s ‘small and wide 4x4’ platform that also underpinned the Fiat 500X. It was launched in four variants – Sport, Longitude, Limited and Trailhawk – with three different powertrain options.
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Top^From 2000 to 2009
Released: Aug 2007
Discontinued: Jan 2017
JEEP’S car-based Patriot is aimed at customers who are stepping up from a small car or dropping down from a medium or large sedan, with rugged styling and relatively good on-road manners.
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Released: Mar 2007
JEEP finally took the plunge into compact SUVs with the Compass, after watching non-4x4 specialist rivals make plenty of hay.Targeting the Toyota RAV4 and co., the Compass is a car-based part-time five-seater 4WD wagon that – along with its virtually identical underneath Patriot sibling – thrusted Jeep deep into an unfamiliar urban war zone.
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Released: May 2006
Discontinued: Mar 2010
AFTER 65 years Jeep is finally doing what the Japanese have done for decades, by offering a 4WD wagon with a third-row of seating.
The recipient is the Commander, a unitary-body SUV based on the third-generation Grand Cherokee released in Australia in 2005.
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Top^From 1990 to 1999
Released: Oct 1996
The Wrangler name may have only debuted here in 1996, but the model is a direct descendent of the 'General Purpose' (or GP - 'jeep') models Willys and Ford manufacturered for the US Government in the early 1940s.
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Model: Grand Cherokee
Released: Mar 1996
As its name suggests, the Cherokee went big with its Grand incarnation, adding much-needed space, refinement and on-road abilities to the 25-year old pre-'01 Cherokee design.
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Top^From 1970 to 1989
Released: Mar 1979
The first Jeep to have the famous Cherokee badge on its rump wasn't the successful 1994 model, but the larger and much-more truck like '79 full-sized 4WD wagon - which had its roots in a 1960s Jeep of the same name.
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