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Jeep overview

Jeep vehicles first went into production in 1941, in the midst of the Second World War. Lightweight and with a four-wheel drive setup, they soon became the primary vehicles of the U.S. Army and the Allies. They became more common worldwide when the owner, Willys-Overland, began making Civilian Jeep (CJ) models in 1945. The brand soon grew in popularity thanks to the functionality and remarkable off-road capability of its vehicles. Toledo Ohio has been the location of the headquarters since 1945 and remains there to this day.

The Jeep CJ saw 40 years of production. It's replacement was the Jeep Wrangler, that came to market in 1987. This go-anywhere model has since become a mainstay of the brand’s lineup. It attracted the attention of those requiring a vehicle that can handle the challenges of rough terrain. The launch coincided with the brand’s acquisition by the Chrysler Corporation (later Chrysler Group LLC) in the same year.

As the demand for comfortable, road-going SUVs increased, Jeep expanded and refined its offering. They introduced models such as the Cherokee, the subcompact Renegade and the Compass to the range. By the early 1990s the Jeep brand was legendary – particularly in the US. The Wrangler had appeared in several blockbusters movies. These included famous appearances in Back to the Future II and Jurassic Park. Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barak Obama are known for having owned Jeeps. President Joe Biden also spotted driving a hybrid Jeep Wrangler at the White House.

In 2014, Chrysler LLC merged with Fiat Group to form Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). Under this ownership, the development of electrified vehicles began to accelerate. Revealed in 2020, the Jeep Renegade 4xe was their first plug-in hybrid. After FCA merged with France’s Groupe PSA to form Stellantis in 2021, more electric and hybrid options launched. By late 2023, Jeep offered all its models bar the Wrangler in electric or plug-in hybrid guise.

Today, Jeep vehicles remain instantly recognisable. This is thanks to the striking seven-bar grille and retro-inspired design cues. Some models, such as selected Wrangler variants, have even kept the option of removing the roof and doors for a truly versatile and rugged feel. The manufacturer is primarily known for its unrivalled off-road prowess, encapsulated in its 'Go Anywhere. Do Anything.®' slogan. It has also found success with urban families and outdoor sports enthusiasts since its entry into the ‘soft-roader’ market.

Such is Jeep’s pervasion into popular culture, the term ‘Jeeping’ is even used in the US to describe recreational off-roading. Designated Jeeping trails allow drivers to get to places they otherwise couldn’t. These often intersecting with hiking trails to facilitate a full outdoor exploration experience.

Popular Jeep models

The Jeep Compass represented the brand’s first step into the ‘soft-roader’ market. As one of the manufacturer’s smaller SUVs, it’s built for everyday journeys while retaining some off-road capability. Mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains make it cleaner and more efficient than ever. It provides families with the perfect crossover and exemplify's the brand’s adventurous spirit.

The Renegade is Jeep’s smallest SUV. It provides an entry level option for those looking for style, luxury and on-road performance without compromising on all-terrain ability. It is available in both front and four-wheel drive formats. It also made the leap into electrification in 2020, when the 4xe was released. As such, motorists can enjoy all the traditional benefits of an SUV without undue impact on the environment.

Manufacturer awards

Jeep’s reputation for producing terrain conquering vehicles is nothing short of legendary. It’s no surprise, then, that the manufacturer consistently wins awards in the off-road category. In 2021, both the Wrangler and Renegade found success at the 4x4 of the Year Awards. They received the Off-Road and Best Small SUV awards respectively. The Jeep Avenger showcased the brand’s commitment to electrification. It took the title of Best Small Car at the 2023 Autocar Awards and Electric Car of the Year at the 2023 TopGear Awards.

Jeep frequently asked questions

Who owns Jeep

Stellantis became the owner of the Jeep brand in 2021. Stellantis is a multinational auto conglomerate, created when Jeep’s owner, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, merged with French company Groupe PSA.

How much is a Jeep

A used Jeep can cost anywhere between £8,300 and upwards of £57,000, depending on the model, its  age and its trim level. Browse the Arnold Clark Jeep listings to find a vehicle that meets your budget.

Who makes Jeep

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles make Jeep vehicles. They have been a part of Stellantis since 2021.

What does Jeep stand for?

The word ‘Jeep’ is not an acronym and the exact origin of the name is unclear. Prior to the brand’s inception the word ‘jeep’ had been used as U.S. Army slang for new, unproven vehicles or uninitiated recruits. However, it’s widely believed that the brand name derives from the letters ‘GP’, meaning ‘general purpose’ – something that characterised the original vehicle.

Where is Jeep made?

While most Jeep vehicles are made in the USA (Toledo in Ohio, Belvidere in Illinois and Detroit in Michigan), the brand also has manufacturing plants in Mexico, Brazil, India and China.

When was Jeep founded?

Jeep vehicles were first developed in 1941, but the brand name didn’t appear until 1950, when it was granted to Willys-Overland as a registered trademark.

When did Fiat buy Jeep?

Jeep was bought by Fiat in January 2014 when it took over Chrysler, which owned Jeep at the time.

How fast does a Jeep go?

The top speed of a Jeep depends on the model and trim level. For instance, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is capable of a 180mph top speed. Speak to the team at Arnold Clark Jeep for details on your chosen model’s top speed.

What is a TPS on a Jeep?

TPS on a Jeep stands for Throttle Position Sensor. This monitors air intake and helps to ensure that an optimal blend of air and fuel reaches the engine.

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Monthly Payment £289.24
Deposit £249
Term (Months) 48
Cash Price £15998
Credit Amount £15749.0
Completion Fee £1
Total Amount Payable £20,841
Fixed Interest Rate 5.6%
Representative APR 10.9%
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