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Originally launched in 1943, then purchased by American Motors Corporation in 1970, the Jeep brand was then later sold off to Chrysler in 1987. The company is known for producing hard-wearing off-road capable vehicles such as pickup trucks and SUVs. You can find the owner’s manuals for many of the models still on the road and in production today on this page.

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The Jeep Avenger is a subcompact crossover SUV designed primarily for the European market. It sits on the same platform as the Opel Corsa and Fiat 600e. Its being offered mostly as an EV model but can be purchased with an ICE


When the Cherokee was first introduced in the 1970s it was a sporty 2-seater SUV. Nowadays it's a compact crossover SUV with very little off-road capability but much better fuel economy. Inside the car is the latest cutting-edge technology and comforts


2005 saw the introduction of the Jeep Commander, an SUV with 3 rows of seating. It only ran for 5 years before the company shifted their focus to the Dodge Durango which was selling much better at the time


The Jeep Compass entered production in 2007 and saw a face-lift in 2016 when it was also moved onto the Renegade platform. This second-generation impressively scored 5 out of 5 stars for safety with IIHS, rare for an SUV


The Gladiator is essentially a stretched-out version of the Wrangler with a pickup bed in the rear. Production started in 2019 and is the only pickup truck on sale from Jeep since they discontinued their Comanche in 1992

Grand Cherokee

Originally the Grand Cherokee was supposed to be the successor after the Cherokee range but in recent years that model has been brought back as a compact crossover SUV. This Grand Cherokee is available in a wide range of trims and fitted with larger engines


Outside of the USA the Liberty was known as the Cherokee. Production of this model began in 2002 and was discontinued in 2012 when jeep decided that their entry-level model would be the Patriot instead


Production of the Patriot started in 2006 alongside its sister model the Compass, both cars shared the same platform. In 2017 the model was discontinued as the company puts more focus into the popular Compass line


The Recon is an all-electric SUV that is heavily modelled on the classic Wrangler series. Boasting off-road technology typically found in engine-powered vehicles the Recon is set to transform the electric car world


Production of the Renegade began in 2014 and straight away the model was a huge hit. It's a subcompact crossover SUV that lacks any real offroad equipment, meaning it's both lightweight and roomy inside


The Wagoneer nameplate has been revived for the 2022 model year as a full-size SUV based on the Ram Pickup chassis. You can also find a luxury version of the same SUV on sale as the Grand Wagoneer


The current version of the Wrangler is known as the JL and entered into production in 2017. It has seen a new range of smaller displacement engines on offer with better fuel economy and high-tech transmissions to squeeze as many miles out of the fuel as possible

About Jeep

Original Jeep vehicles were built for military (under the brand Willy’s) use but it became quickly apparent that the domestic market could benefit from the technology.

This brand quickly gained its rugged reputation from people seeing them being tested to their limit in the theatre of war.

Nowadays the company is known for producing such models as the Cherokee, Wrangler and Patriot.

Thanks to their solid construction these cars typically live a long productive life, plenty of time to lose the owner’s manual that may have originally come with your purchase!

  • Models: 12