Buyer's Guide

Jeep

Jeep's reputation for building capable off-road vehicles continues in the company's current lineup. Icons like the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee continue to be successful, and the subcompact Renegade crossover fills out the bottom of the lineup.

Least Expensive: Sharing a platform with Fiat's 500X compact crossover, the pint-sized Jeep Renegade is one of Jeep's least expensive models. Even with its Fiat underpinnings, the Renegade Trailhawk is a lot more capable than you might think. Starting in the same low-$20,000 range, the Compass is a softer-edged crossover, but one that can still go off-roading better than the average subcompact SUV.

Sportiest: With over 700 horsepower from a 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 sourced from the Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcat, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is the most powerful SUV currently on sale. We managed to sling the big SUV to 60 in just 3.2 seconds.

Popular: Although the Wrangler has become more comfortable over the years, it's still just as capable off-road and it regularly outsells less rugged compact SUVs. The Grand Cherokee, though, continues to be the brand's bestseller.

Most Expensive: With all the options, you can spend more than $100,000 on a Hellcat-powered Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.

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