Jeep Model Comparison

For over 70 years, Jeep has been arguably the best off-road vehicle brand in the business. The flagship Wrangler has outstanding off-road capabilities, and the company's engineering skills have managed to translate these capabilities into more accessible nameplates like the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee.

From the entry-level Renegade to the world-class Wrangler Rubicon, Jeep leads the charge in superb off-road fun. There's nothing quite like tackling tough terrain with one of these superior vehicles. Once you become a Jeep driver, it's nearly impossible to go back to other brands that purport to be as rugged and capable as a Jeep.


2022 Jeep Cherokee

The Cherokee is a rugged mid-size SUV that is a good all-around model choice for those who want a bit of everything. It has a 4,500-pound towing capacity-more than its direct competition-and smooth handling on the road. It comes in five trim levels and has two engine options. The standard engine is a 3.2-liter V6 or you can choose a punchier 2.0-liter turbo V4.

The Cherokee feels solid and firm, and most trims come with an advanced all-wheel-drive system with locking diff. And with interior tech that tops out at an 8.4-inch touchscreen, every base is covered with the Cherokee.


2022 Jeep Compass

Another compact crossover from Jeep, the Compass is slightly smaller yet can be kitted out to excel off-road. With eight trim levels and lots of customization, you're spoiled for choice. The four-cylinder engine is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, or you can choose a superb all-wheel drive with a nine-speed automatic transmission and a set of driving modes to suit snow, mud, and sand driving. 

We recommend choosing the Trailhawk version that adds a low gear ratio and a Rock mode for traversing stubborn terrain. The 2022 Jeep Compass sees a refreshed interior, too, with lots of space for passengers and cargo alike.


2022 Jeep Gladiator

2022 Jeep Gladiator

The Jeep Gladiator leans much more into Jeep's off-road pedigree than our previous choices. You can consider it a Wrangler that's been modified to add more versatility and convenience. It still has the removable body panels and fantastic off-road performance, but its longer wheelbase makes it a more comfortable ride on the road, and it can also tow much more.

For engines, the 3.6-liter V6 with standard six-speed manual or optional eight-speed automatic transmission gets the job done with ease. The Gladiator also has a 3.0-liter V6 option that'll get you 442 pound-feet of torque. The generous ground clearance, skid plates, and versatile axle ratios render it nearly as good as the Wrangler off-road.


2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Grand Cherokee is one of Jeep's biggest sellers, mainly as it's able to bridge the gap between great off-road capabilities and smooth on-road handling. Inside, it's as refined and luxurious as they come, but on the outside, it's still a rugged and rustic Jeep through and through.

You can now choose between the standard V6, a powerful V8, and a new plug-in hybrid powertrain known as 4xe. As usual, Jeep gives you a staggering amount of customization options, with 13 different trims, three all-wheel-drive systems, and a host of options like adjustable air suspension, a 10.1-inch infotainment display, and a 360-degree exterior camera.


2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L

Jeep splits the three-row version of the Grand Cherokee into the L and positions it as a capable off-road  family hauler. It'll likely be used more on-road than off, but you can kit it out with a limited-slip rear diff, three different all-wheel-drive systems, and an adjustable air suspension, so it's genuinely an off-road option for those who want a vehicle that can do it all.

The interior is very luxurious, with space for up to seven people, open-pore wood trim, and a bevy of high-tech displays. Choose the 19-speaker audio setup, too, and you may never want to leave your vehicle.

2022 Jeep Renegade

Jeep's entry-level model, the Renegade is a starter Jeep for those who want a subcompact SUV that's different from the rest of the pack. You get a turbo 1.3-liter four-cylinder with a nine-speed automatic transmission, with optional all-wheel drivel. 

The Trailhawk model is the obvious choice for those who want to dip their toes into off-roading, as it includes many off-road upgrades that elevate the Renegade over the competition when you leave the trail. And inside, the Renegade has an 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.


2022 Jeep Wrangler

The iconic Jeep Wrangler has a retro exterior design yet offers some modern conveniences like a touchscreen interface and cruise control. In fact, the Wrangler has slowly shaken its bare-bones-only image, and you can now get a luxurious Wrangler with onboard Wi-Fi and ambient interior lighting.

The classic setup is a two-door Wrangler, but you can also opt for the four-door Wrangler Unlimited. There are 14 Wrangler trims, and that's only the beginning of the customization options. Engine choices include the standard 3.6-liter V6, turbo V4 with an electric motor, 3.6-liter V6 with hybrid assist, plug-in hybrid 4xe, and 6.4-liter V6. 

Part of the fun of buying a Wrangler is choosing the perfect vehicle for your off-road shenanigans. There are a similar number of transmission and accessory options, and the off-road performance of the Wrangler is unparalleled, thanks to its outstanding traction, water fording, maneuverability, and ground clearance.


2022 Jeep Wagoneer

The 2002 Jeep Wagoneer takes inspiration from it's past and injects it with the modern day technology. Wagoneer is a full-size, three row SUV that can seat up to 8 people comfortably.
The Wagoneer offers three legendary 4x4 systems that can get you out of (or into) any situation.   Plus with a best in class maximum towing capacity up to 10,000 lbs, you are sure to find adventure. 

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