Jeep Lovers Rejoice! 3 of the Most Beloved Jeeps of All Time

types of jeepsThe kind of vehicle you drive says a lot about you as a person. That's why it's important to really think about what vehicle you want to own, do thorough research, and actually test-drive a few options before you finalize your purchase. Whether you've been a Jeep owner in the past or not, you might want to consider visiting a few Jeep dealers during your vehicle search.

According to Popular Mechanics, the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon has been selected as one of the "Best Off-Road Vehicles You Can Buy Right Now." Some of the features this off-road automobile has are improved hardware like Dana 44 acres, a 4:1 transfer case for slow-speed crawling, and a swayer disconnect system that enables the suspension to free up as well as tighten up when driven on tougher terrain.

In 2014, Jeep sold over 1.02 million vehicles across the globe, which is a 39% increase from the year before. Because Jeep lovers have some of the strongest brand loyalty of any vehicle buyer in the entire world, there are a few types of Jeeps that owners absolutely love. Here are some of the most beloved types of Jeeps of all time.

The 1945 Willys

This model will most likely be the number one most popular Jeep until the end of time. The first-ever civilian Jeep that was sold offered a rugged option for anyone who wanted to venture off-road in style. In addition to looking cooler than any vehicle before its time, the 1945 Willys also had a tie to patriotism as its non-civilian predecessor helped the Allies win World War II. Jeep fans will always love this model as it paved the way for seven decades of Jeep perfection.

TJ Wrangler

The TJ Wrangler (1997 to 2006) was an extremely popular type of Jeep for nearly a decade and are still on the road today. This vehicle was able to provide owners with a stylish look that they can drive to a business meeting or a job interview, and then subsequently go right off the road into a mud field to celebrate with some old fashioned off-roading.

The CJ-5/CJ-6

Never has there been a vehicle that represents both 1950s and 1970s culture so well. You can easily visualize a guy and a gal pulling into a drive-in movie theater for a quarter as they share a milkshake from the local burger joint. You can also easily visualize a group a high school seniors rocking out to Aerosmith as they head on over to the water cooler to just "chill." This classic Jeep was immensely popular from 1955 to 1975.

If you're still debating when to buy a new Jeep or check out some nice used ones, you should just go visit a dealer. There is a pretty strong chance that when you walk into a dealership, and you look out at a great selection of vehicles and all different types of Jeeps, you'll walk out of there a very happy vehicle owner.
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