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Jeep is part of Stellantis, and the brand’s lineup consists entirely of SUVs except for the Gladiator pickup truck. Its SUVs offer four-wheel drive, and most models have a Trail Rated version that meets Jeep criteria for off-road capability. The two- or four-door Wrangler and four-door Gladiator are among the most rugged and off-road-capable vehicles out; they've stuck with old-school technology to maintain off-road prowess while also incorporating the latest comfort and convenience features inside.

The entry-level Compass has more of an on-road focus and competes with other compact SUVs. The larger Grand Cherokee comes in both two-row and three-row Grand Cherokee L forms. Shoppers who need more space and hauling capacity have the full-size Wagoneer and luxury-trimmed Grand Wagoneer; both come in regular and extended-length L versions. Though not known for fuel efficiency, Jeep offers plug-in hybrid versions of the Grand Cherokee and Wrangler, and all-electric models are coming.

Most fuel-efficient:

Compass

27 combined mpg

Renegade

26 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Compass

$25,900 starting MSRP

Renegade

$27,850 starting MSRP

Most fuel-efficient:

Compass

27 combined mpg

Renegade

26 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Compass

$25,900 starting MSRP

Renegade

$27,850 starting MSRP

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