There are seven Jeep models as of 2015, including the Compass, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Patriot. The other models are the Wrangler, Wrangler Unlimited and the Renegade.
Each Jeep vehicle comes in a variety of models, and each offers different features. The least expensive 2015 model, the Jeep Patriot, is available in Sport, Latitude and Limited. Buyers can also choose from two limited-edition options, the Altitude and the High Altitude. The Grand Cherokee, Jeep's most expensive vehicle, is available in four standard models: Laredo, Limited, Overland and Summit. The Grand Cherokee also comes in a limited-edition Altitude model.
Both the Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited come in four standard and four limited-edition models. Two vehicles, the Cherokee and Renegade, are each available in four standard models. The Jeep Compass comes in three standard and two limited-edition models.
The price for each Jeep model depends on the features and the dealer. The lowest manufacturer's suggested retail price is $16,995 for the base-level Patriot, while the highest starting MSRP is $48,695 for the Grand Cherokee Summit. Higher-priced models come with features such as open-pore wood accents, active noise cancellation and satin-polished wheels.
Jeep models that are no longer in production as of 2015 include the Comanche, Wagoneer, Liberty, Commander and the Willys Jeepster.