Are You an Adventurer? Three Types Of Jeeps That Are Right For You

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Jeeps are amazing cars. As of 2008, 12.32 million people living in a household owned a jeep and in 2014, Jeep increased its 2013 sales by 39% selling a total of 1.02 million vehicles globally. That?s a lot of Jeeps!

But even though Jeeps are a great family vehicle and are best for those summer camping trips, the question remains for those seeking a new car: what kind of Jeep is best for you and your family?

Here are three types of Jeeps to consider:

The Jeep Wrangler Sport

While there are advantages to buying a new car, there are also advantages to buying used cars from a used car dealer. One of those advantages is pricing: the Jeep Wrangler Sport is more of a basic Jeep model, but it?s also one of the least expensive of the three types of Wranglers — the Sport, Rubicon, and Sahara. Purchasing a more bare-bones vehicle like the Sport from a used car dealer may save your family a lot of money, particularly if any problems come up in the future (parts for bare-bones vehicles are far easier to find and cheaper to replace).

The Jeep Liberty

If adventure is more your style, the Jeep Liberty may be the best option for you. Designed with on-road and off-road power, the Jeep Liberty is perfect for summer road trips, camping, and those dirt roads out by your cousin?s house in the middle of no-where. If you’re unafraid of older models (and you shouldn’t be), consider purchasing a 2004 model from your local used car dealer which includes a tire pressure monitoring system and an accident response system.

The Jeep Renegade

If you really plan on some off-road time, the Jeep Renegade is a boxy, but shiny option. With a four-cylinder, 2.4-liter engine and nine-speed transmission, the Jeep Renegade has an all-weather compatibility unmatched by most cars. Behind the wheel of this Jeep, you?ll be prepared for rocks, sand, snow, and mud. And the best part about this adventurous vehicle? It seats four.

Whichever type of Jeep owner you are and whichever type of Jeep you choose, used or new, be sure that in opting to purchase a Jeep you’ll not only be making a great option for your family but also your wallet and your future.