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About The JEEP Company
The original Jeep was trademarked by Willys-Overland in 1943. The Jeep was designed as an all-terrain vehicle, by request of the United States Army. The Jeep relies on an initial design engineered by American Bantam Car Company in 1940, with modifications provided by Willys-Overland and Ford. Willys-Overland and Ford were both granted production rights, and had produced a combined approximate 640,000 Jeeps during World War II. The Jeep has been produced under the ownership of several companies including Kaiser-Jeep from 1963 to 1970 and under American Motors Corporation from 1970 until 1987 when the Jeep brand was bought by Chrysler. Since then, the Jeep name has belonged to the Chrysler family, which has undergone several name changes itself.
Shortly after World War II, Jeep CJ (Civilian Jeep) became available to the public. Several variations of this model have been introduced over the years and still contribute to the traditional Jeep today. Current models include the Wrangler, the Wrangler Unlimited, the Grand Cherokee, the Liberty, the Compass and the Patriot.
The Jeep Wrangler was introduced in 1987. The 2011 Wrangler features a 3.8L V6 engine with six-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. It offers three trims, including the Sport, Sahara and Rubicon. The Wrangler is currently the only convertible 4 x 4 convertible on the market. The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is also available.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee was introduced in 1992 and is currently in its fourth generation. The Grand Cherokee is a successor to the Jeep Cherokee which had been introduced in 1984. The Jeep Grand Cherokee was completely redesigned for the 2011 model year. It offers a 3.6L V6 engine. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is offered in five trim levels including: the Laredo, Laredo X, Overland, Overland Summit and Limited trim levels.
The Jeep Liberty debuted in 2001 as a replacement for the discontinued Jeep Cherokee. The Jeep Liberty is currently in its second generation. The current model features a 3.7L, V6 engine with four-speed automatic transmission is available in four trim levels including: the Sport, Jet Sport, Sport Anniversary Edition, and Limited Edition.
The Jeep Compass is the newest existing addition to the Jeep family. The Compass was introduced in 2006 as a suburban alternative to the off-road reputation Jeep is known for. The 2011 Compass is offered in four trim levels including the Sport, Latitude, Limited and Limited 70th Anniversary Edition. It offers the option of a 2.0L, four-cylinder or a 2.4L, four-cylinder engine.
Over the years, the Jeep family has served as service vehicles for local and national government services, in addition to the main mode of transportation for millions of recreational drivers. The Jeep has maintained its signature seven-slot grille and round headlights and has a maintained strong following.