Jeep made its name in the 1940s by building tough, utilitarian off roaders which were used, famously, by the US Army. Today, Jeep's products trade on its rugged image, with chunky, retro looks, four-wheel drive powertrains and large engines.

  • Jeep Compass

    Aiming to prove that Jeep can build cars that handle as well on the road as off it, the Compass is a Sports Utiility Vehicle that aims to blend the traditional practicality of the firm's cars with a welcome dose of comfort and luxury. The all-new Compass is available in either two and four wheel drive and is styled to resemble it's recently re-launched larger brother, the Grand Cherokee.

    Jeep Compass SUV

    5 Doors
    £18,470 - £25,740
    1.8 / 5
  • Jeep Wrangler

    The Jeep Wrangler is an American institution, and can trace its roots right back to the WWII Jeeps of the early 1940s. Think of it as America's Land Rover Defender - unstoppable off-road and very hard wearing. It's never been quite as popular in the UK as it is the USA, as Land Rover is so well established in the British market, but the Wrangler is a worthy alternative in terms of its capabilities. It's as butch as they come with rugged, retro looks, too.

    Jeep Wrangler SUV

    3 & 5 Doors
    £29,010 - £34,000
    1.4 / 5
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee

    The latest Grand Cherokee retains Jeep's legendary off-road reputation, but adds a plusher cabin, much like the Range Rover. Standard kit is generous, including alloy wheels, part-leather trim, climate control and electric seats. The cabin is very spacious, but four-people can travel in comfort. Available in the UK with only a powerful 3.0-litre CRD diesel, the model range is limited. Comfort and interior quality falls just short of European rivals, but even the base-model is very well equipped.

    Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV

    5 Doors
    £37,705 - £60,720
    2.1 / 5