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Jeep is part of Stellantis, which also markets Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ram and Maserati models in the U.S. The brand’s lineup consists entirely of SUVs except for one pickup truck: the Gladiator, which is based on the popular Wrangler SUV.

Every Jeep SUV offers four-wheel drive, and each model has a Trail Rated version that meets a set of Jeep criteria for off-road capability. The Wrangler, which is available in two- and four-door form, and the four-door Gladiator are two of the most rugged and off-road-capable vehicles available anywhere, and they've stuck with old-school technology like solid front and rear axles and body-on-frame construction to maintain off-road prowess while also incorporating the latest comfort and convenience features inside.

The brand's entry-level SUVs — the Compass and Renegade — have more of an on-road focus, and the larger Cherokee competes with the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and other compact SUVs. The Grand Cherokee is a mid-size SUV.

Most fuel-efficient:

Compass

25 combined mpg

Cherokee

25 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Compass

$22,280 starting MSRP

Renegade

$22,375 starting MSRP

Most fuel-efficient:

Compass

25 combined mpg

Cherokee

25 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Compass

$22,280 starting MSRP

Renegade

$22,375 starting MSRP

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SUVs

Jeep Cherokee

$27,210

starting MSRP

Jeep Compass

$24,495

starting MSRP

Jeep Grand Cherokee

$30,875

starting MSRP

Trucks

Jeep Gladiator

$34,040

starting MSRP

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