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Jeep model range explained

Jeep’s entire lineup is made up of SUV models, with no traditional cars in sight.

Kicking off Jeep’s lineup is the Renegade. This compact SUV has the boxy, upright looks you’d expect from a Jeep, but pairs them with city-friendly dimensions making this model just as home on tight streets as it is off them. The cabin has plenty of room for four adults to sit comfortably, or five at a pinch, and the boot benefits from the body’s squared-off shape.

Moving up a size in the lineup brings us to the Compass. This SUV is still reasonably small on the outside, so it’ll still feel well at home in town. Inside, you get a welcome boost in space, especially in the rear seats, making it easier to convince wriggling kids to get seated. Recent versions also get the option of Jeep’s frugal 4xe plug-in hybrid engine, which develops a meaty 240hp while being able to achieve more than 150mpg if you drive using battery power as often as possible.

In the middle of the Jeep range is the Cherokee. This model first emerged in the ‘70s and has been a familiar face in the Jeep lineup ever since. The Cherokee takes everything up a step over the Compass, with even more interior space, allowing five adults to stretch out, and a very large boot, able to tackle most day-to-day tasks.

It might be easy to dismiss the Grand Cherokee as merely a slightly larger Cherokee, but this model is pitched as an even more luxurious option to rival premium SUV competitors. As a result, passengers get acres of space to stretch out, and the boot is easily large enough for almost anything you can throw at it. Most Grand Cherokees sold in the UK come with strong diesel engines, making them a good option if you need to tow a trailer.

Capping off the Jeep lineup is the Wrangler. When you’re asked to picture a ‘Jeep’, this is almost certainly the model you think of – echoing the styling of the original WWII military Jeeps. It’s simply unstoppable off road thanks to grippy four-wheel drive and loads of ground clearance, but can be a little noisy and bumpy when driven on road as a result. If you do occasionally go off road, however, few can go as far as the Wrangler.


Jeep has started to transition to battery-powered electric cars. In October 2022 it unveiled its first electric car, the Avenger.

Meanwhile, it is expanding its lineup of plug-in hybrid models, which are badged 4xe. These pair a conventional petrol engine with an electric motor and battery pack, giving strong performance and fuel-sipping efficiency, especially if you make use of the few dozen miles worth of electric-only range 4xe models are capable of.

Jeep’s performance in reliability surveys tends to be somewhere near the middle of the table. As ever, keeping up with scheduled maintenance is the best way to make sure your car lasts a long time.

4xe is the brand name for Jeep’s plug-in hybrid engine options. These pair a turbocharged petrol engine with an electric motor and battery pack to enhance performance and dramatically increase fuel economy. If you remember to keep your battery topped up, you can also complete shorter journeys on electric power without using the petrol engine at all.

DDCT is what Jeep calls the automatic gearbox option on its smaller Renegade and Compass models – larger models are simply called ‘Auto’. That means a Jeep equipped with DDCT will change gears for you. Nerdy fact fans will want to know the DDCT acronym stands for dual-dry-clutch-auto-transmission.

Uconnect is the Jeep word for the company’s infotainment system. Uconnect has all the typical features you’d expect including media playback, Bluetooth calling and optional sat nav. You also have the option of downloading the accompanying Jeep app to your smartphone to access digital information about your car directly from your device.

This is more of a US thing, but it’s worth knowing if you’re going to drive a Jeep in the UK. Jeep drivers have historically acknowledged each other as they pass by on the road, usually in the form of a hand signal known as the ‘Jeep wave’. There are several interpretations of what the wave should look like, but perhaps the most recognisable is raising the middle and index finger on the hand you’re holding the wheel with.

Of course! All nearly new Jeeps sold by Motorpoint are offered with flexible hire purchase (HP) and personal contract purchase (PCP) finance options.