buying a Jeep in the past was easy, since you only had three models to choose from; the Wrangler, Cherokee, and Grand Cherokee. Fast forward to today and the Jeep family has grown to include seven different models of various sizes and capabilities. With all of these models offering their own set of strengths and weaknesses, it's difficult to determine which one would be perfect for driving the kids to school and which is better suited for taking on the nearest off-road trail.
Fortunately, we've driven all of Jeep's lineup and know where each model performs best. Here, we've put the Jeep family under a microscope to determine which models work best for whom.