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Jeep first shared with Ford Motor Company the manufacturing of the GPW (G - governmental, P - wheel base type, W - Willys-Overland) inspection vehicle for the United States Army in 1941. The company then changed to the name Kaiser-Jeep. When American Motors (AMC) bought Kaiser-Jeep they soon began receiving investment from French automobile manufacturer Renault. With a downtrend in sales, the Chrysler Corporation acquired Renault. More recently, after many changes in ownership the DaimlerChrysler Company owned the rights to Jeep. The Jeep' headquarters is in Toledo, Ohio in U.S.A. They produce a vehicle that is known for its four wheel SUVs, which are suitable for both everyday driving, and weekend adventures. The origin of ‘Jeep’ is not known for sure, but a guess is that it came from "GP," or "general purpose.” The first civilian Jeep came around in the mid 1940s, and was aimed at a market for farmers and construction workers. By the 1950s, new models such as the CJ-3B and the CJ-5 had been introduced. The CJ-5 had the longest production run of any Jeep vehicle, continuing for 30 years. In the 60s Jeep achieved a milestone with its Wagoneer. This was, for the first time, geared for family driving, and was the first four-wheel-drive vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission. During the 1970s, Jeep's financial gains increased as four-wheel-drive vehicles became increasingly popular with large sections of American buyers. The Cherokee and the Wrangler were rolled out in the 1980s. In 2007, Daimler sold the Chrysler Group to a private equity firm. Yet another ownership change, but it will not change the face of Jeep, a rugged multi purpose vehicle that will always have a place in the United States automotive history and loyal followers.

Utah Used Jeep Vehicles

Used car buyers that are interested in a Jeep may be looking for a certain type of vehicle. Maybe they have been a lifelong Jeep owner, or maybe the consumer wants to experience Jeep with a used Jeep price tag. The 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a used SUV with many engine options. You may find a used Grand Cherokee with a 3.7-liter V-6 with 210 hp, a 3.0-liter V-6 supercharged diesel with 215 hp, a 4.7-liter V-8 that can be a flex-fuel engine and generates 230 hp, a 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 with 330 hp, and a SRT8 Hemi 6.1-liter V-8 with 420 hp. That is a lot of engine options. The SUV has a 109.5-inch wheelbase with a 62-inch track width; it has a retail price of between $5,500 and $15,178, depending on trims and options. All Grand Cherokees are 4-wheel drive vehicles, and are powered by a 5-speed automatic transmission, with or without auto-manual. In the name of weekend adventures, all seats are treated so they resist stains and odors. The Grand Cherokee comes with antilock brakes and an electronic stability system. The seats are comfortable for a potential off road vehicle you get a surprisingly quiet ride with this used SUV. The off road capabilities – as we all know with Jeeps – is great. The Grand Cherokee seat five people and could possibly serve a variety of purposes.