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Buy Used Jeep Cars in Australia

The Jeep model began life in 1940 when the U.S. Army called for bids from 135 car-makers for a 1/4 ton “light reconnaissance vehicle” tailored to Army specifications. Only three companies responded — Bantam, Willys and Ford. They combined to produce the blueprint for the vehicle known worldwide as the ‘Jeep’. After a few iterations, Willys-Overland went on to produce the 4x4 vehicle that was sent into battle in many countries. Some later claimed the Jeep helped to win the war. Read More

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Jeep Car Buying Guide

Jeep is an 80-year-old brand that sticks to what it knows best - 4WDs and SUVs.

It has models in the 4x4 Large Ute (Gladiator), Mid-size 4x4 (Wrangler), Large SUV (Grand Cherokee), Mid-size SUV (Cherokee), and Compact SUV (Compass).

As you can see, it doesn’t have a wide offering of models like many other manufacturers but instead offers multiple options on its base models, such as bigger engines, luxury interiors, and its Trail Rated® models.

According to Jeep, Trail Rated® models (across the range) have passed a series of gruelling tests across five categories: l Traction, Water Fording, Manoeuvrability, Articulation and Ground Clearance.

So, if you’re not afraid to get your Jeep dirty … and then some … maybe this is an option worth considering.

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