Jeep Reviews

Originally conceived as an all-purpose workhorse for the American armed forces in World War 2 where it won a reputation for its rugged ability in all terrains, the Jeep was converted for civilian use after the war. Over the years it has evolved into a range of off-road and SUV vehicles now imported by Fiat Chrysler Australia. Serious off-roaders are catered for with the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited, while the SUV range includes the Patriot and Compass compact wagons, mid-sized Cherokee and large Grand Cherokee. Many of the SUVs are available with a choice of two or four-wheel drive and the option of diesel engines.

Latest Jeep reviews

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Ewan Kennedy road tests and reviews the 2016 Jeep Wrangler 75th...Read more
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Brand has its battles but the able and thrifty diesel handles the rough...Read more
The Cherokee has always been one of those what-you-see-is-what-you-get...Read more
There are cues to the original Jeep but a 2WD Renegade is mostly city...Read more
Unlike most SUVs, there was nothing soft about Jeep's go-anywhere AWD. NEW...Read more
Limited edition models are usually marketing speak for “we need to shift...Read more
Today's Jeep Wrangler can trace its ancestry directly back to the famed...Read more
Sales of Jeeps in Australia have risen faster in recent years than a...Read more