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It doesn’t get more American than Jeep, the brand that began as an army GP car (for General Purpose) back in the 1940s. Jeep was big in the early 2010s with Cherokee and Grand Cherokee SUVs well-liked. Since then, the Wrangler-based Gladiator ute and reborn Compass small SUV have joined the range.

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4
Price Range
$41,400 - $129,950*
Warranty
5 year
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Grand Cherokee
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$ 41,400 - $ 59,100* MRLP
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$ 81,450 - $ 90,450* MRLP
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2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe review
Review | 6 Oct 2023

7.5

The plug-in hybrid Grand Cherokee shows the Jeep brand is capable of much more than just off-roading.
2023 Jeep Wrangler Overland review
Review | 8 Jul 2023

7.0

Jeep's iconic off-roader stands out against a of modern-day SUV. However, buyers will need to stomach huge price rises.
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland review
Review | 2 Jun 2023

6.9

Now available in five-seat form, the Jeep Grand Cherokee offers less room and space for passengers. But at the same time, it feels more cohesive and better overall.
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I attempted to park the giant Jeep Gladiator Rubicon in a compact car space of a crowded shopping centre
Long Term Report | 6 Sep 2022

7.6

The Jeep Gladiator Rubicon 2022 is almost six metres long so, naturally, we took it to an underground carpark for compact vehicles. Gulp.
Proposed US fuel economy standards could costs car-makers billions – report
news | 6 Oct 2023
The ‘Big Three’ US car-makers claim more stringent fuel economy standards could lead to billions of dollars in fines if the targets aren’t met.
Ram Trucks Australia overtakes Jeep for record 12th month in a row
news | 5 Oct 2023
Ram Trucks Australia has outsold stablemate Jeep every month this year – as well as the last three months of last year – as US pick-ups continue to set new records Down Under.
More than 12,000 Ford, GM and Jeep workers go on strike in the US
news | 18 Sep 2023
For the first time in history, the ‘Big Three’ US car-makers have had to close factories at the same time due to industrial action.
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2024 Jeep Gladiator gets new looks and updated tech, due in Australia next year
news | 14 Sep 2023
Jeep’s flagship off-road pick-up – the Gladiator – is its latest model to be refreshed, gaining a new nose, a larger infotainment screen and more safety tech for 2024.

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Advice | 29 Sep 2023
Jeep's first electric vehicle sold in Australia is nothing like its forebears.
Sam Kerr's first car was refreshingly relatable
Culture | 16 Aug 2023
Sam Kerr is one of the world's greatest sportspeople – but her first car was as humble as she is.
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Opinion: It's time to bring boxy back
CarAdvice | 9 Jun 2023
Trends are reversing, and we are heading back to the squared-off 80s, baby.
2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited: owner review
Owner Review | 30 Oct 2021
As the saying goes. "There is only One Jeep". I've been driving Jeeps for 12 years now, and this is my third one.Owner: Andrew Tan
2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport: owner review
Owner Review | 30 Sep 2021
I've wanted a Jeep, CJ / Wrangler for as long as I can remember. So I am pleased to say I have no regrets in buying mine.Owner: Milan
2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk (4x4): owner review
Owner Review | 10 Jun 2021
Need something for the daily commute and to tow a small boat to the ramp on the weekends. Purchased the vehicle new and loved it from the start, great to drive and goes well. The technology pack makes it treat to drive. The heated leather seats will have all your aching back passengers loving you and reaching for the button to turn the heat on. However the best part is the adaptive cruise control. No longer are you on and off the brake and accelerator when on the freeway or a long drive. The car manages the speed for you if you find a slow person in your lane. Best feature ever. Have not had a problem with the car, always just starts and goes. Storage space is ok, would not say great, but I went from a ute to the Jeep, so may not be the best judge. The down side of the car would be the cost of spares. Had a rock thrown up from a truck and cracked a headlight. Quote from Jeep was $4920 to replace.. yes you read that correctly .. almost $5k !! Have heard similar stores on the cost of spares from the insurance assessor. The other thing I am not sure about.. The sunroof or moonroof, its huge. Its nice to crack the roof to let some fresh air in, however all the glass even with the shade screen across does heat the car up when the sun is shinning and its parked and we all know Australia gets a lots sun. The way I combate it is the aircon and remotely start the car before I get in the car. Would I buy one again ? Undecided. Lovely to drive both in the city, on open roads and off the beaten track. It seriously is. It is comfortable and handles like a dream and you could drive it all day long. However when you look at the cost of spares, If a headlight is an indicator, I am grateful so far I have not had to repair anything else. But it does leave you apprehensive when you put the car in for a service or as it gets older will I regret having one if things need replacing ? Its a tough call.
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2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo (4x4): owner review
Owner Review | 3 Apr 2021
Jeep Grand Cherokee , So far has been a wonderful car Yes it has faults , which I will get to Firstly , we wanted a vehicle to tow a caravan just under 2 ton with a ball weight of about 180kg. without being full on 4wd and needs to drive car like . that eliminated Rangers , Everest , Landcruisers etc A few others could handle 2 ton, only just, but struggle with tow ball weight., So the safety margin was too small for my liking That left Ford Territory pretty much an obsolete car , but fit for purpose and drives well Got us to the Jeep, But mindful of past history, we took a punt. It can tow 3.5 ton with a tow ball rating of 350kg, so the safety margin was huge Pros, 3.0 ltr diesel , what a beast, 570nm of torque, Once moving, has more than enough power to cope with anything. overtaking and hill climbs is a breeze. Not much else compares with that. 8 speed auto blends perfect with the engine , is never left struggling or hunting for the correct gear. If required when towing , paddle shifters work well, but more often than not , leave it to look after itself Economy, around town about 8.5 ltr /100km Towing 2 ton, on 2 recent trips of of 10,000km and 2500km average fuel 12.9 ltr /100km And the bonus a 93 ltr fuel tank, which gives us a very useful range of 600km plus when towing with a good bit in reserve , and 900km without Van. The car is very comfortable, quiet , and very car like to drive.and a surprisingly agile turning circle Reverse camera works very well , makes hitching the van a one man show Features , Dual zone air con , Cruise control, Sat nav. Now its not all plain sailing , It does have a number of negatives. Such a brilliant engine, but it does have a fair degree of turbo lag, very noticeable when unladen , not so much when towing . My observation is, when moving of with an extra 2 ton , we expect a slight delay ,so it does not become so noticeable . Unladen from standstill we expect instant response, which you don't get with gentle acceleration The Parking brake , I think the days of foot operation has long gone, time for a change to electric. I don't mind indicators on the left But on that one stalk on the left , we have, indicators wipers , front and rear , high beam, you name it , its all on one stick. Give me two stalks , one each side , I don't care which side. Yes it does have auto wipers and high , but sometimes you need to manually operate them and can be a lucky dip to to select the right function. It does have wonderful multimedia controls on the steering whee,l 3 buttons on the right side and three on the left side, but why are they on the reverse side of the steering wheel facing the dashboard , with no visible icons to show what the functions are. There is real estate space on the front facing the driver for these controls. Are these negatives a deal breaker , Definitely Not. Is the vehicle fit for the intended purpose . Most definitely
* 'MRLP' is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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