Jeep Patriot Model Overview
Used Jeep Patriot
Jeep Patriot Questions
I currently have 215/R65/17 tires on my jeep patriot and I am wondering if 245/70/R16 will fit that came off a Wrangler.
2014 Jeep Patriot Latitude Fwd?
I want 215/70/17 tires or maybe 225's, but skinnier is better for snow. are 70's fine?
Will 215/70/17 Work Well On My 2014 Jeep Patriot Latitude Fwd?
stock tires were 215/60/17
Bucking After I Fill Up With Gas.
I have a 2008 Jeep Patriot that I purchased used 2 months ago. Every single time I put gas in it, it runs a very short distance from the gas station and starts to buck and jolt like it wants to shut ...
2016 Jeep Patriot Latitude Strange Electrical Problems
I am having electrical problems that the dealer seems to not be able to diagnose on my 2016 Jeep Patriot Latitude! I already had my TIPM changed about a month and a half ago but it still has every l...
Jeep Patriot Overview
The Patriot is the more traditional-looking of Jeep's two debut models for 2007. Released on the heels of its car-based counterpart, the Compass, it displays more of the squareness that have marked Jeep vehicles over the decades.
Although the base model is not Trail Rated without the addition of optional equipment, the vehicle boasts significant ground clearance and a considerable suite of safety features. These include ABS, stability control, and electronic roll mitigation.
A properly-equipped Patriot 4x4 will be at ease on the trails, although the reality is that it is based on a car, the Dodge Caliber, and its steering and suspension are thusly tuned. This was Jeep's intention, as the Patriot is meant to appeal to those who want a road car first and a fairly tough trail vehicle for the occasional weekend foray.
That said, the loaded 4x4 is definitely superior to its entry-level sport-ute competition. Its Off-Road options group adds descent control, low-range gearing, brake-lock differentials, skid plates, tow hooks, fog lamps, a heavy-duty cooling system, and a full-sized spare tire in addition to a bonus inch of ground clearance.