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Jeep is one of the three divisions that make up Chrysler along with Dodge and the Chrysler brand itself. Jeep produces a range of sport utility vehicles and crossovers. Jeep sport utility vehicles have traditionally been known for their off-road prowess and most are Trail Rated by Jeep. The Trail Rated badge indicates the Jeep has passed traction, ground clearance, maneuverability, articulation, and water fording tests. Jeep is often credited with being one of the first to make a mass-market sport utility vehicle with its early four-wheel-drive wagons.

The used Jeep lineup includes the Jeep Commander full-size SUV, the Jeep Grand Cherokee mid-size SUV, the Jeep Patriot mid-size sport utility vehicle, the Jeep Compass crossover vehicle, the Jeep Wrangler small sport utility vehicle and the four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

Jeep’s History

The modern Jeep was born from the US Army’s need for a 1/4-ton, 4×4 light reconnaissance vehicle to serve during the ramp up to World War II. After several rounds of refinement to meet military requirements, American Bantam, Willys-Overland, and Ford collectively produced the vehicles that would earn the name Jeep. Bantam would produce the first prototypes in 1940 and go on to deliver a handful of vehicles to the military. Only one known example of the first Bantam vehicles exists to this day. The Ford entrant established the general layout for Jeeps to come, but in the end it was the more-powerful Willys Quad design that would ultimately win out. Between the three automakers, a final Jeep design was established and the military began ordering production runs from each automaker. There were numerous variations and upgrades during the early years of Jeep production by all three automakers. After World War II, only Willys would continue to produce the Jeep. Bantam ended production shortly after launching its program in 1941, and Ford ceased production in 1945.

When the war came to an end, Willys would continue building Jeeps for the commercial, military, civilian, and agriculture markets. Willys would use the notoriety it garnered from the success of the Jeep in World War II to expand into 1/2-ton and 1-ton offerings that utilized aspects of the now-famous Jeep design. In 1953, the Willys-Overland company was purchased by Henry J. Kaiser. The Jeep had such a significant influence on the success of Kaiser that the company was renamed the Kaiser-Jeep Corporation in 1963. However, shortly after renaming the company Jeep production stagnated at an average of 30,000 to 35,000 units per year.

Acquisition by AMC and Chrysler

As a result, Kaiser-Jeep was absorbed into American Motors Corporation (AMC) in 1970. AMC would transform the Jeep from a utilitarian work vehicle to a truck with more mass-market appeal. Even after a valiant effort, the Jeep could not save AMC. The early 1980’s would prove to be the undoing of the company. AMC had registered its 14th consecutive quarter loss in 1983 and after a failed alliance with Renault and experiments with forming joint ventures with Chinese automakers, AMC along with it the Jeep brand was sold to the Chrysler Corporation. Through aggressive marketing and product modernization, Chrysler has restored much of the Jeep’s former glory by making the vehicle more comfortable and upmarket while still retaining the rugged heritage.


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Drive in to AutoNation Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM  North Phoenix-and drive out a winner! The inventory is bigger, the models are  newer, and the savings are greater than ever! Ever since our car dealership in Phoenix joined forces with the  largest car dealership in the nation, we’ve been using our volume-buying power.  That means big savings for you-on every car in the lot!

Our everyday  discounts easily beat deals offered by other Valley dealerships. See our  exciting lineup of new and pre-owned Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and RAM trucks,  cars, and SUVs:

     
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Jeep is one of the three divisions that make up Chrysler along with Dodge and the Chrysler brand itself. Jeep produces a range of sport utility vehicles and crossovers. Jeep sport utility vehicles have traditionally been known for their off-road prowess and most are Trail Rated by Jeep. The Trail Rated badge indicates the Jeep has passed traction, ground clearance, maneuverability, articulation, and water fording tests. Jeep is often credited with being one of the first to make a mass-market sport utility vehicle with its early four-wheel-drive wagons.

The used Jeep lineup includes the Jeep Commander full-size SUV, the Jeep Grand Cherokee mid-size SUV, the Jeep Patriot mid-size sport utility vehicle, the Jeep Compass crossover vehicle, the Jeep Wrangler small sport utility vehicle and the four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

Jeep’s History

The modern Jeep was born from the US Army’s need for a 1/4-ton, 4×4 light reconnaissance vehicle to serve during the ramp up to World War II. After several rounds of refinement to meet military requirements, American Bantam, Willys-Overland, and Ford collectively produced the vehicles that would earn the name Jeep. Bantam would produce the first prototypes in 1940 and go on to deliver a handful of vehicles to the military. Only one known example of the first Bantam vehicles exists to this day. The Ford entrant established the general layout for Jeeps to come, but in the end it was the more-powerful Willys Quad design that would ultimately win out. Between the three automakers, a final Jeep design was established and the military began ordering production runs from each automaker. There were numerous variations and upgrades during the early years of Jeep production by all three automakers. After World War II, only Willys would continue to produce the Jeep. Bantam ended production shortly after launching its program in 1941, and Ford ceased production in 1945.

When the war came to an end, Willys would continue building Jeeps for the commercial, military, civilian, and agriculture markets. Willys would use the notoriety it garnered from the success of the Jeep in World War II to expand into 1/2-ton and 1-ton offerings that utilized aspects of the now-famous Jeep design. In 1953, the Willys-Overland company was purchased by Henry J. Kaiser. The Jeep had such a significant influence on the success of Kaiser that the company was renamed the Kaiser-Jeep Corporation in 1963. However, shortly after renaming the company Jeep production stagnated at an average of 30,000 to 35,000 units per year.

Acquisition by AMC and Chrysler

As a result, Kaiser-Jeep was absorbed into American Motors Corporation (AMC) in 1970. AMC would transform the Jeep from a utilitarian work vehicle to a truck with more mass-market appeal. Even after a valiant effort, the Jeep could not save AMC. The early 1980’s would prove to be the undoing of the company. AMC had registered its 14th consecutive quarter loss in 1983 and after a failed alliance with Renault and experiments with forming joint ventures with Chinese automakers, AMC along with it the Jeep brand was sold to the Chrysler Corporation. Through aggressive marketing and product modernization, Chrysler has restored much of the Jeep’s former glory by making the vehicle more comfortable and upmarket while still retaining the rugged heritage.


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2009-2010 Used Jeep Comparisons

I remember when I first got my Jeep, other Jeep drivers would randomly honk at me and wave. I always wondered what the heck they were doing. Well, apparently owning a Jeep is like being in a huge club. It does not seem to happen anymore much, but i. Read more.

Used Jeep – Jeep Owners

The Jeep brand is a peculiar one. At times loved yet at other times hated, this brand and its entire range are often vilified by anyone who thinks they know all there is to know about green cars. Because of their big size and imposing figure, it is a. Read more.

How To Buy the Right Used Jeep

The economy doesn’t seem to be improving much and a lot of people need vehicles to get around in. A person looking to buy a car may not want to buy a new one because it is too expensive. In order to be able to drive to where a person needs to go, the. Read more.

The Beginning for Jeep

What people know today as the fun, off road, versatile vehicle we call the jeep, had its beginnings in far different circumstances. American Bantam built the first Jeeps as Prototypes for the Department of the Army. While the Army was impressed with. Read more.

Used Jeep Alternators

The headlights, air conditioner, ignition coils, engine cooling fans, radio and all those other things you have become accustom to, you may take for granted. The functioning of all these is possible due to your electrical system, that is powered by t. Read more.

How to Buy a Used Budget Jeep – Engine Drivetrain Choices

First thing you need to decide is the intended use of your Jeep. With today’s gas prices every bit counts. If you’re looking for a little freedom drive and small commutes in town, the 4cyl engine will do you fine. If you travel frequently on the high. Read more.

How to Buy a Used Budget Jeep – Frame Check

If the Jeep body was in real rough shape, then you can just imagine what the frame will look like. Not all is lost though. If this discussion was more towards older Jeeps such as CJ’s and older then we would have to worry about thin, C-channel frames. Read more.

How to Buy a Used Budget Jeep – Body Check

First you need to decide on your budget as this will play a big part in the make and model Used Jeep you will be able to afford. For this article I’m working on a budget of $5,000. You think that’s not a lot of money, however you can pick up a nice b. Read more.

A Used Jeep – Are You Thinking of Purchasing One?

There are many resources available when looking for a use vehicle. It’s in your best interest to do as much research as possible and take your time. Purchasing a car is an important decision and care should be taken to not rush into it. If you decid. Read more.

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Производитель оставляет за собой право изменять спецификации и цены в любое время без предварительного уведомления.

1 Максимальная выгода достигается при приобретении автомобиля Jeep Grand Cherokee Srt, Jeep Cherokee и Jeep Renegade с условием участия в программе «Компенсация за трейд-ин» 2. Предложение действует с 01 мая 2017 по 31 июля 2017 и распространяется на ограниченную партию автомобилей, находящихся на складе АО «ЭфСиЭй РУС» и складах официальных дилеров Jeep . Подробности по наличию автомобилей и конкретным размерам преимущества в отношении той или иной модели автомобиля, участвующего в данной акции, уточняйте в салонах официальных дилеров Jeep.

2 Выгода при покупке автомобилей по программе “Компенсация за Trade-in”, реализуемой дистрибьютором, совместно с официальными дилерами. Указанная программа позволяет получить выгоду 50 000 руб. на Jeep Renegade, Cherokee и 75 000 руб. на Jeep Grand Cherokee, при сдаче дилеру автомобиля по системе Трейд – ин (обмен подержанных автомобилей на новые). Предложение ограничено и действует до 31 июля 2017 года. Подробности у официальных дилеров Jeep.

3 При покупке автомобилей в кредит: СЖ – тариф со страхованием жизни. Обязательно оформление полиса КАСКО. Минимально возможная сумма кредита 50000руб, максимальная сумма кредита 6,5 млн. руб. В случае несвоевременной уплаты процентов и возврата кредита с заемщика взимается штраф 0,1% от суммы неуплаченных в срок процентов и части непогашенной ссудной задолженности за каждый день просрочки. Кредиты по программам Chrysler Finance/Jeep предоставляются ООО “Русфинанс Банк”, Генеральная лицензия Центрального Банка Российской Федерации № 1792 от 13.02.2013 г. При погашении кредита через иные кредитные организации, платежные системы, Почту России взимается дополнительная комиссия за перевод средств.

4 Цена Jeep Grand Cherokee указана для автомобиля в комплектации Laredo (Ларедо), с бензиновым двигателем 3.0L, 2016 модельного года. Цена Jeep Cherokee указана для автомобиля в комплектации Longitude (Лонгитьюд), с бензиновым двигателем 2.4L, 2015 модельного года.


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Here at  Blue Knob Auto Sales. We’re Home to Used Cars, Service, and Financing in Duncansville

Those in search of a used Jeep, Ford, Nissan, Chevrolet and Kia vehicle in Duncansville, Altoona, Ebensburg, Huntingdon and Hollidaysburg  don’t need to look any further. Here at our dealership, we have a wide selection of vehicles to choose from, and a team of specialists who have the knowledge and expertise to assist you throughout your car buying experience.

Of course, we don’t limit ourselves to used car sales. You can also find auto finance options, car service, auto repair, and access to parts and accessories you need for your vehicle.

The first thing you’ll notice when you step into the Blue Knob Auto Sales showroom is an amazing selection of used Jeep, Ford, Nissan, Chevrolet and Kia models to choose from, including the Jeep Compass, Ford Escape, Nissan Murano, Chevrolet Malibu and Kia Sorento. We carry a wide range of models that make cruising Duncansville, Altoona, Ebensburg, Huntingdon and Hollidaysburg a more enjoyable experience, and a test drive is never more than an inquiry away, meaning you can learn more about any more you’re interested in with ease.

Blue Knob Auto Sales Eliminates the Potential for Financing Process by Offering  Jeep ,  Ford ,  Nissan ,  Chevrolet  and  Kia  Solutions Tailored to Drivers from Duncansville

Finding your ideal vehicle is the first half of the car buying equation. The second half is securing a car loan or lease  that fits your current financial requirements. That’s something the team at Blue Knob Auto Sales is trained to provide, and they do so by sitting down with you, one-on-one. That way, we can learn more about the kind of payment you’re comfortable with, your long-term financial goals and address any other questions or concerns on your mind.

The fun of something new doesn’t have to end when you drive your Jeep Compass, Ford Escape, Nissan Murano, Chevrolet Malibu or Kia Sorento off our dealership’s lot. Blue Knob Auto Sales has many ways to keep your car fresh and your driving experience exceptional.

We offer authentic Jeep, Ford, Nissan, Chevrolet and Kia parts  to enhance the performance, style, or convenience of your vehicle.

Furthermore, our dealership in Duncansville is dedicated to keeping your Jeep, Ford, Nissan, Chevrolet or Kia model running just as well as it did on day one. Our handy onsite auto service and repair  department is here for you, whether it’s routine upkeep or handling the unexpected.

But it isn’t our diverse used Jeep, Ford, Nissan, Chevrolet and Kia lineup or even our many auto services that set Blue Knob Auto Sales  apart from the rest. It’s our unequivocal commitment to the customers we serve from the Altoona, Ebensburg, Huntingdon and Hollidaysburg area. At our dealership, we don’t just want you to enjoy your Jeep Compass, Ford Escape, Nissan Murano, Chevrolet Malibu or Kia Sorento, we want you to enjoy the entire experience of buying it. Visit us at  2860 Route 764 ,  Duncansville ,  PA  today and let us treat you right.


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Jeep is a branch of the Chrysler corporation, which is a subsidiary of Fiat. The first jeep, called the Willys, was introduced to consumers in 1941, and the company is the oldest offroad sport utility maker. These jeeps were the inspiration for many other offroad vehicles including Land Rover.

Prior to mass civilian production, the jeep was a military vehicle. It was used most extensively during WW II by the U.S. and its allies for the ability to move quickly over rough terrain. The very first version introduced as a military vehicle was the Bantam Reconnaissance Car (BRC). Variants on the original Jeep models are still used by most militaries. After WW II, Jeep refocused on the consumer market, creating lighter-duty offroad vehicles, which proved just as comfortable on paved roads.

The origin of the name “jeep” has been disputed. Some say the word began as a shortened version of “Government Purposes” or “General Purposes.” GP sounded like “jeep,” and would be referred to as such by military personnel. Another story cites Eugene the Jeep from the popular Popeye cartoons. The character was similar to the jeep: small, fast, and could solve problems. Regardless of the true origin, the term “jeep” became synonymous with all similar offroad vehicles whether it was actually made by Jeep or another industry.

Jeep in World War II

Once it became clear the U.S. was going to enter World War II, the company sent out a request for prototypes for four-wheel drive reconnaissance vehicles to 135 companies with a deadline of 49 days. Only American Bantam and Willys-Overland answered the call, but Willys refused due to time concerns. At the time, American Bantam was bankrupt but with the Army’s help, it hired Probst, a Detroit freelance designer. The first version was completed by Sept. 21, 1940, but it didn’t have enough torque.

It was decided the Bantam company would not be able to supply the number of vehicles needed, so the designs were supplied to Ford and the Willys company. It made modifications to the original design and came up with the Ford Pygmy and Willys MB, both very similar to the original Bantam. There were 1,500 jeeps originally, but by the war’s end, there were over 640,000 jeeps used by the U.S. military. Used by every division of the military with an average of 145 for every infantry unit, jeeps were called to action to lay down cable, transport, and saw mill. The vehicle was often seen as a field ambulance and tractor.

In addition to the traditional Jeep models, Ford also produced an amphibious model called “Seep” or Sea Jeep. This model was not successful, making a poor offroad vehicle and an even poorer boat. Regardless, it was still used in specific circumstances.

The U.S. was not the only military taking advantage of this vehicle. More than 30 percent of all Jeeps produced by the two companies went to the Allies. It was subsequently used in the Korean war as well, referred to as “just enough essential parts,” due to the bare-bones design.

Jeep After World War II

Jeep was universally imitated by nearly every vehicle maker in just about every country around the world; however, the Jeep name remained a standard. The company began experimenting with a range of different designs including the CJ-V35/U that could drive underwater for a short time because the engine incorporated a snorkel. The M715 more closely resembled a modern truck with a flatbed in the back. Jeep may have been the precursor to a number of more modern military vehicles, but none was extensively used as the original.

Jeep Brand Ownership

Jeep, like most vehicle brands, saw a tumultuous change of hands throughout the years. After the Bantam original prototype, the designs were handed to Willys, which produced the first civilian model. A trademark was first granted in 1950. Willys sold the brand to Kaiser Motors in 1953. The company began losing money, and in 1970, was purchased by American Motors Corporation (AMC). In 1979, the French Renault automaker started investing in AMC, but by 1987, Renault was experiencing financial difficulties and discontinued investment. At this time, Chrysler purchased Jeep. Meanwhile, Chrysler merged with Daimler-Benz creating DaimlerChrysler, which sold most of its interest to a private equity firm in 2007, and today, Jeep operates under Chrysler Group LLC.

Despite changing hands, brief investments from automakers based outside of the U.S. and a number of similar vehicles sold as Jeeps manufactured by other car makers, Jeep itself is uniquely American. Primary design, development, and even distribution have been U.S. based more or less since the very first prototype.

Jeep vehicles range from offroad models similar to the military jeeps first conceived, to SUV models and crossovers made for suburbia. The most popular line is the Jeep Wrangler, a combination of offroad ability with smart consumer-based design. Historically, Jeep has offered vehicles more closely resembling trucks than the classic Jeep but never produced sedans.

The Jeep Compass, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, and Patriot are SUVs priced $19,000 to $25,000. The Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited are the classic Jeep designs both available for under $30,000. All have four-wheel drive and offer some offroad capability, varying by model.


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First off, use the True Market Value tool to “appraise” your particular car, putting in all the options, mileage, trim level, location, color, ect.

TMV will give you a trade-in value, a private party value and a dealer retail value.

For some back-up numbers, go to www.autotrader.com. and using their advanced search feature, search nationwide for Libertys with similar mileage and equipment (autotrader search allows you to customize your search).

Once you get a list of Libertys like yours for sale, scroll to the bottom of the page, and you will see a summary section that shows the number of cars that came up, the highest price, lowest price and average price.

Now remember, this is average ASKING price, so figure 5-10% lower for “real money”

in theory, this average price adjusted for real money, should come pretty close to TMV private party numbers.

KEEP IN MIND that when you use any of these tools, you MUST be sure you are researching your trim level and your mileage. You cannot compare a higher trim level or a car with 50,000 fewer miles.


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2015 Jeep Cherokee Reviews

Exactly when you thought the little Suv/crossover corner couldn t get any more gathered, along comes one of the funkiest new models from the staunchest safeguard of all that is rough, sloppy and unequivocally styled. 2015 Jeep Cherokee takes a standout amongst the most red-blooded of American brands into the domain of the ultra-minimal hybrid.

Its modest size is inalienably charming (regardless of the possibility that the outline will enrapture or even out spurn the Jeep reliable), yet Jeep pioneers in America have guaranteed that no less than one adaptation can withstand a filthy flagellating on a mountain. Base models will be front-wheel drive, yet full-time 4 4 ( Jeep Active Drive ) will be accessible on all models. A back pivot that detaches when not required for footing guarantees enhanced efficiency. The reach topping Trailhawk version is fabricated to persevere genuine rough terrain obligation, emphasizing a taller ride stature and freedom, 17-inch wheels, rise plummet control and a 4wd framework with easier designing intended for moderate scrambling up soak surfaces.

Each of the 4wd models offer Selec-Terrain dynamic modes that improve footing for snow, sand, mud and, on the Trailhawk, rock creeping.

The 2015 Jeep Cherokee will offer a decision of four-chamber motors: a turbocharged 1.4-liter appraised at 160 drive or a bigger, non-turbo 2.4-liter handy for 184 hp. The more diminutive motor accompanies just a six-rate manual transmission, while the 2.4-liter sets with a nine-velocity programmed, like that on the Jeep Cherokee.

At about 16 inches shorter and 2 inches narrower than the Cherokee, the Renegade turns into the littlest Jeep in the lineup. Still, it will offer a number of the same characteristics found on upper-level Jeeps, including a cell phone incorporated infotainment framework with 5- and 6.5-inch touchscreens, a 7-inch configurable gage presentation, and driver supports that incorporate a rearview Polaroid, back cross-activity alarm, blind side following, path takeoff cautioning and forward impact cautioning. The Renegade even acquires a signal from the Wrangler, permitting the outside in with double sunroofs.

The 2015 Jeep Renegade will hit merchants in January of 2015. Jeep has not reported evaluating, however the Renegade will rival models running from the Kia Soul, which begins at around $15,700, to the Nissan Juke, with a base cost of almost $20,000.

Return for a full audit of the 2015 Jeep Cherokee, including specs, driving impressions and purchasing exhortation as it gets accessible.

The all-new 2015 Jeep Cherokee extends the brand s item portfolio and focuses on the quickly growing little SUV section around the globe with benchmark levels of productivity and driving elements, while in the meantime conveying best-in-class 4 4 ability that clients anticipate from Jeep, said Mike Manley, president and CEO – Jeep Brand. Rebel symbolizes the brand s prestigious American outline, creativity and advancement, denoting the Jeep brand s first passage into the little SUV fragment in more than 100 businesses around the globe

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2015 Jeep Renegade Subcompact SUV First Drive and Review

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2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara SUV Review

More Reviews See all Jeep Reviews

Jeep is one of the three divisions that make up Chrysler along with Dodge and the Chrysler brand itself. Jeep produces a range of sport utility vehicles and crossovers. Jeep sport utility vehicles have traditionally been known for their off-road prowess and most are Trail Rated by Jeep. The Trail Rated badge indicates the Jeep has passed traction, ground clearance, maneuverability, articulation, and water fording tests. Jeep is often credited with being one of the first to make a mass-market sport utility vehicle with its early four-wheel-drive wagons.

The used Jeep lineup includes the Jeep Commander full-size SUV, the Jeep Grand Cherokee mid-size SUV, the Jeep Patriot mid-size sport utility vehicle, the Jeep Compass crossover vehicle, the Jeep Wrangler small sport utility vehicle and the four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

Jeep’s History

The modern Jeep was born from the US Army’s need for a 1/4-ton, 4×4 light reconnaissance vehicle to serve during the ramp up to World War II. After several rounds of refinement to meet military requirements, American Bantam, Willys-Overland, and Ford collectively produced the vehicles that would earn the name Jeep. Bantam would produce the first prototypes in 1940 and go on to deliver a handful of vehicles to the military. Only one known example of the first Bantam vehicles exists to this day. The Ford entrant established the general layout for Jeeps to come, but in the end it was the more-powerful Willys Quad design that would ultimately win out. Between the three automakers, a final Jeep design was established and the military began ordering production runs from each automaker. There were numerous variations and upgrades during the early years of Jeep production by all three automakers. After World War II, only Willys would continue to produce the Jeep. Bantam ended production shortly after launching its program in 1941, and Ford ceased production in 1945.

When the war came to an end, Willys would continue building Jeeps for the commercial, military, civilian, and agriculture markets. Willys would use the notoriety it garnered from the success of the Jeep in World War II to expand into 1/2-ton and 1-ton offerings that utilized aspects of the now-famous Jeep design. In 1953, the Willys-Overland company was purchased by Henry J. Kaiser. The Jeep had such a significant influence on the success of Kaiser that the company was renamed the Kaiser-Jeep Corporation in 1963. However, shortly after renaming the company Jeep production stagnated at an average of 30,000 to 35,000 units per year.

Acquisition by AMC and Chrysler

As a result, Kaiser-Jeep was absorbed into American Motors Corporation (AMC) in 1970. AMC would transform the Jeep from a utilitarian work vehicle to a truck with more mass-market appeal. Even after a valiant effort, the Jeep could not save AMC. The early 1980’s would prove to be the undoing of the company. AMC had registered its 14th consecutive quarter loss in 1983 and after a failed alliance with Renault and experiments with forming joint ventures with Chinese automakers, AMC along with it the Jeep brand was sold to the Chrysler Corporation. Through aggressive marketing and product modernization, Chrysler has restored much of the Jeep’s former glory by making the vehicle more comfortable and upmarket while still retaining the rugged heritage.