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Overview: Priced from $18,690, the Patriot is the least expensive way you can strap yourself into a new Jeep—and also the most affordable vehicle with at least semi-serious off-road credentials. It has been living on borrowed time for the past few years, awaiting an all-new Renegade-based replacement, with one more model year in prospect (2017) while that development finally reaches full term. The Patriot is one of the last vestiges of the ill-starred Cerberus Capital Management chapter of Jeep’s corporate history, a vehicle developed on the platform that also supported the late and generally unlamented Dodge Caliber. Introduced in 2007 in concert with the slightly more carlike Compass, the Patriot revived the rectilinear styling that helped to make the original XJ Jeep Cherokee an SUV game-changer in the 1984 model year. The Patriot is available with front- or four-wheel drive; two four-cylinder engines (2.0 and 2.4 liters); and four transmissions (a five-speed manual, a six-speed automatic, and two CVT variations, one paired with each engine in four-wheel-drive models). The CVTs are allied with off-road packages that include outback essentials such as skid plates and 9.1 inches of ground clearance. READ MORE ››

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