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Jeep Patriot 2007

The Jeep Patriot received no significant changes for the 2017 model year.

The Jeep Patriot is a four-door, compact crossover SUV that is aimed at people who are looking for utility on a tight budget. Jeep first launched the affordable Patriot for the 2007 model year. The SUV is still in its first generation of production. 
Competing compact crossover SUVs include the Nissan Juke, Hyundai Tucson, Honda CR-V and Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.

Styles and Pricing

Jeep produces the Patriot in Sport, Latitude and Limited trim levels.
Sport models come with a basic list of standard equipment that includes a 60/40 split folding rear seat, 16-inch steel wheels, tilt-only steering wheel, cruise control, foglights, roof rails, cloth upholstery and a stereo with four speakers, auxiliary input jack and CD player. An optional Power Value Group options package adds heated mirrors, keyless entry, power locks, power windows, power adjustable side mirrors and additional exterior trim pieces. Other optional equipment includes air conditioning, 17-inch alloy wheels and a CD/DVD changer. 
Latitude models come well equipped with all of the options for the Sport except for the CD changer, plus driver’s seat height adjustment, leather wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, reclining backseat and steering wheel mounted audio controls. Satellite radio is available as an option. 
Limited models come with all of the standard and optional equipment on the other two trims, plus rear disc brakes, automatic climate control, leather upholstery, special exterior trim pieces, power adjustable driver’s seat and a trip computer. Optional equipment includes a touchscreen infotainment system with digital music storage and navigation. 
Both Latitude and Limited models can come with a few different options packages. A Sun/Sound Group comes with a nine-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system, fold-down liftgate speakers, satellite radio and a sunroof. A Security and Cargo Convenience Group comes with roof rail crossbars, cargo cover, Bluetooth connectivity, remote ignition, front side impact airbags, tire pressure monitoring system, auto dimming rearview mirror and an auxiliary audio input jack. 
Models equipped with all-wheel-drive can be outfitted with a Freedom-Drive II Off-Road Group package that adds skid plates, enhanced four-wheel-drive system, 17-inch alloy wheels, all-terrain tires, full-size spare tire, tow hooks and hill descent control.
A Patriot comes with a factory invoice of about $17,000 for a Sport model and an MSRP of about $17,000. The Latitude trim level adds about $4,000 to the vehicle’s MSRP while the Limited adds another $4,000. Remember that your Certified Dealer will offer you as a member a clear and honest price that includes savings, without giving you the regular hassle you might have experienced at other dealerships.

The Jeep Patriot is a four-door, compact crossover SUV that is aimed at people who are looking for utility on a tight budget. Jeep first launched the affordable Patriot for the 2007 model year. The SUV is still in its first generation of production. 
Competing compact crossover SUVs include the Nissan Juke, Hyundai Tucson, Honda CR-V and Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.

Styles and Pricing

Jeep produces the Patriot in Sport, Latitude and Limited trim levels.
Sport models come with a basic list of standard equipment that includes a 60/40 split folding rear seat, 16-inch steel wheels, tilt-only steering wheel, cruise control, foglights, roof rails, cloth upholstery and a stereo with four speakers, auxiliary input jack and CD player. An optional Power Value Group options package adds heated mirrors, keyless entry, power locks, power windows, power adjustable side mirrors and additional exterior trim pieces. Other optional equipment includes air conditioning, 17-inch alloy wheels and a CD/DVD changer. 
Latitude models come well equipped with all of the options for the Sport except for the CD changer, plus driver’s seat height adjustment, leather wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, reclining backseat and steering wheel mounted audio controls. Satellite radio is available as an option. 
Limited models come with all of the standard and optional equipment on the other two trims, plus rear disc brakes, automatic climate control, leather upholstery, special exterior trim pieces, power adjustable driver’s seat and a trip computer. Optional equipment includes a touchscreen infotainment system with digital music storage and navigation. 
Both Latitude and Limited models can come with a few different options packages. A Sun/Sound Group comes with a nine-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system, fold-down liftgate speakers, satellite radio and a sunroof. A Security and Cargo Convenience Group comes with roof rail crossbars, cargo cover, Bluetooth connectivity, remote ignition, front side impact airbags, tire pressure monitoring system, auto dimming rearview mirror and an auxiliary audio input jack. 
Models equipped with all-wheel-drive can be outfitted with a Freedom-Drive II Off-Road Group package that adds skid plates, enhanced four-wheel-drive system, 17-inch alloy wheels, all-terrain tires, full-size spare tire, tow hooks and hill descent control.
A Patriot comes with a factory invoice of about $17,000 for a Sport model and an MSRP of about $17,000. The Latitude trim level adds about $4,000 to the vehicle’s MSRP while the Limited adds another $4,000. Remember that your Certified Dealer will offer you as a member a clear and honest price that includes savings, without giving you the regular hassle you might have experienced at other dealerships.

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