Jeep lovers in the Philadelphia area know that this brand's dependable lineup of SUVs is versatile in any situation. So, which ones should you consider if you're interested in going off roading around Doylestown, Mechanicsburg, and Flemington? Fred Beans looks at the best Jeeps for off roading and how they can help you take on the outdoors.

Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler has become a truly iconic SUV. Its unmistakable design has is a classic. Today it's as capable off roading as ever with multiple 4x4 systems to choose from.
 
It's built to take on the toughest terrain with durable rock rails and steel bumpers. A transfer case gives you a 4:1 low-gear ratio, while front and rear electronic-locking differentials help distribute torque when you need extra traction.
 
For a versatile drive over uneven terrain you can disconnect the sway bar, plus its high ground clearance and underbody sealing lets you easily drive through streams.

Jeep Compass

For an SUV that's equally prepared to hit the trails and provide a sporty drive downtown, check out the Jeep Compass. While it features a more modernized spin on the traditional Jeep design, it still offers the same capability with a 30.3-inch approach angle to conquer steep hills, plus Hill Descent Control to help you get back down safely.
 
It's also equipped with a Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System. This lets you automatically adjust the drivetrain to your current conditions but just turning a dial on your dashboard. You'll be able to prepare for whatever ground lies ahead by switching between five modes: Auto, Snow, Sand, Mud, and Rock.

Jeep Cherokee

 Another classic, the Jeep Cherokee, features the brand's famous look and durability. It's slightly larger and adds some amenities to the interior. Its performance measures up to its added size with a 51.2:1 crawl ratio helping you maintain traction in any conditions.
 
It also comes with the Jeep Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System and can even raise it's suspension by 1-inch to give it increased ground clearance. To set the drivetrain up for success, you'll have a choice between three 4x4 systems: Active Drive I, Active Drive II, and Active Drive Lock, which let's you lock the rear axle for extra stability.

Jeep Grand Cherokee

When it comes to versatility, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is in a class by itself. It features both the most powerful available engines of any Jeep and luxury throughout the interior.

The finely stitched leather seats and wood grain trim on the doors and console give it a refined feel, while it's 36.1-degree approach angle and ability to drive through up to 20 inches of water prove how rugged it can be.
 
It also offers a new level of customization for your drive. With the Selec-Track® System you can switch your settings between Auto, Sport, Track, Snow and Tow, and a custom mode just by turning a knob next to your shifter.

Test Drive a Jeep

Visit Fred Beans to test drive each of these dependable Jeep models. Whether you're going out for a night in Philadelphia or hitting the trails around Doylestown, Mechanicsburg, and Flemington, they'll provide you with a capable performance. Stop by or contact us to learn more about what makes these the best Jeeps for off roading.

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