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Patriot, Wrangler Top 5-year Cost to Own List


KBB Honors Best Vehicles in Class

When Kelley Blue Book speaks about the automotive industry, people listen. The popular industry and consumer information website has a staff dedicated to reviewing new vehicles and analyzing what cars are on their way up, and which ones are on the way down. By winning their respective classes on the “5-Year Cost to Own List,” both the Jeep Patriot and Jeep Wrangler Unlimited are definitely making a statement to consumers when it comes to stretching an automotive dollar.

Patriot Makes List for Third Consecutive Year

The Jeep Patriot is an inexpensive SUV that pays attention to value. Named the winner in the compact SUV/crossover category, the Patriot’s low initial price and high resale value help keep it a popular choice among consumers. Fuel economy that reaches as high as 30 miles per gallon and a good dependability record means buyers will spend less every year to keep the vehicle on the road.

The Patriot comes in Sport, Latitude and Limited trim packages designed for someone of every budget. The Sport model comes with cruise control standard, as well as a CD sound system that includes an auxiliary jack. Stepping up to the Latitude adds power heated mirrors, power windows and locks, keyless entry, heated front seats and steering wheel radio controls. Move up to the Limited and you get a larger engine, trip computer, power driver seat and leather upholstery.

Wrangler Unlimited Wins Mid-size SUV/Crossover Title

The 4-door Wrangler Unlimited is such a unique vehicle that it’s difficult to put it in one class. Born from its military roots, the iconic style of the Wrangler Unlimited is enough to convince a large segment of shoppers that it is the vehicle of choice for people who want off-road capability and still be able to cart a family around. The Wrangler is truly an unstoppable beast out on the trail that spells fun to a legion of happy owners. Choose the Rubicon package and few mountain passes will turn you back. Jeep adds 17-inch wheels, 32-inch tires and a heavy-duty front axle to go with a shorter rear-axle ratio, providing more torque when you need it. Front and rear locking differentials, skid plate and rock rails keep you going long after others have abandoned the trail.

Just because the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is a terror on rocks, doesn’t mean it is without sophistication. A nine-speaker Alpine stereo provides quality sound, while Bluetooth, USB port and voice controls add luxury to the belly of the beast.

Chapman Jeep Las Vegas has a large selection of Wrangler Unlimiteds in different colors. Stop in for a test drive to see what makes this vehicle truly one-of-a-kind.

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