After helping to preserve democracy during WWII, Jeep is now helping to bring its go-anywhere capability to a mall parking lot near you. The legendary Jeep Wrangler exemplifies the company's off-road pedigree, and we think it's one of the best mid-size SUVs available today. Meanwhile, the Jeep Cherokee and the Jeep Grand Cherokee are popular nameplates that boast more accessible attributes. The all-new Gladiator merges the Wrangler's off-roading skills with the utility of a pickup; it, too, is one of the best mid-size pickup trucks on the market and earned a spot on our 2020 10Best list. All Jeep models offer trail-ready equipment that encourages exploration.
The upcoming Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer should give brand loyalists and SUV shoppers a three-row option featuring iconic nameplates and an off-road pedigree.
Despite legitimate off-road capability and good on-pavement manners, the Cherokee faces stiff competition in the compact-crossover class.
The 2020 Compass promotes Jeep's adventurous lifestyle in a package that is more city-friendly than other models that wear the iconic seven-slot grille.
All the quintessential Jeep elements with an extra dose of pickup-truck utility.
With a classic SUV look, the Grand Cherokee offers real off-road capability and a version for every budget.
With an intriguing mix of performance and practicality, the Grand Cherokee SRT offers a bold exterior design and incredible acceleration.
Forget the trails, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is built to conquer the drag strip and the open road.
The Renegade has a lovable look and a comfortable ride, but there are better choices in the subcompact SUV class
With ties that date all the way back to World War II, the 2019 Jeep Wrangler manages to charm modern-day buyers with its iconic styling and superb off-road capability.
Unlike most compact crossovers and SUVs, the 2019 Cherokee is actually capable of heading off the beaten path.
It's a good rule of thumb in business and other pursuits that you should never seek to compete with yourself.
If any single brand could perfectly represent modern American driving preferences, that would be Jeep, and the venerable off-road brand's bread and butter is the Grand Cherokee.
The Grand Cherokee SRT is an exercise in overkill, but its sports-car-rivaling grip and roaring Hemi make it a performance powerhouse.
The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk flips the Jeep thing on its head by swapping trail ratings for track raging.
The Renegade lineup represents the entry point into the Jeep lifestyle at a price most can afford, with legitimate off-road abilities and unmistakable styling.
The biggest Jeep isn't as refined as many of its car-based competitors, but it's adept off-road, seats up to seven, and will tow a heavy load with the optional Hemi V-8.
If you want some serious off-road ability in a small SUV, look no further.
Those seeking an affordable off-roader should check out the Patriot.