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.
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