Get to Know Jeep 4x4 Systems Get to Know Jeep 4x4 Systems

Get to Know Jeep 4x4 Systems

The white 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee parked outdoors during sunset

Your sense of adventure has no limits, so why should your vehicle? With the advanced traction and secure handling of legendary Jeep® brand 4x4 capability, you can drive confident in the knowledge that you can tackle whatever comes your way. This website is provided to help you understand what it means to possess the power of Jeep® brand 4x4 systems.

The information on this page is not model or year specific. Please refer to your owner’s manual for information pertaining to your specific Jeep vehicle.

4X4 SYSTEM AVAILABILITY
When it comes to off‑roading, there is nothing like Jeep® vehicles and their legendary 4x4 capability.
2020 Renegade
4x4 basics
2020 Compass
4x4 basics
2020 Wrangler
4x4 basics
  • Command-TracTM 4x4
    • Wrangler Sport
    • Wrangler Sport S
    • Wrangler Unlimited Sahara®
    • Wrangler Unlimited Sport S
2020 Gladiator
4x4 basics
2020 Cherokee
4x4 basics
  • Active Drive I
    • Cherokee Sport
    • Cherokee North
    • Cherokee Limited
    • Cherokee Overland®
2020 Grand Cherokee
4x4 basics
  • Quadra-Trac II®
    • Grand Cherokee Limited
    • Grand Cherokee Overland®
    • Grand Cherokee Summit®
    • Grand Cherokee Upland
    • Grand Cherokee Limited X
    • Grand Cherokee High Altitude
    • Grand Cherokee Laredo (Available)
  • Quadra-Drive II®
    • Grand Cherokee Trailhawk®
    • Grand Cherokee Limited (Available)
    • Grand Cherokee Overland® (Available)
    • Grand Cherokee Summit® (Available)

How jeep 4x4 systems work

Wrangler

Rock‑Trac 4x4

Wrangler Rubicon®, Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon®

Surmount the most difficult driving scenarios with the Rock‑Trac® heavy‑duty part‑time 4x4 system.

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Surmount the most difficult driving scenarios with the Rock‑Trac® heavy‑duty part‑time 4x4 system.

Rugged and ready for anything, the Rock‑Trac® 4x4 system features Tru‑Lok® electronic locking differentials, brake lock differential and electronic front sway bar disconnect. It also includes a sturdy NV241OR off‑road transfer case with 4:1 low‑gear ratio, providing you with the torque to inch over daunting obstacles with a consistent 0.8 km/h speed for greater control.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Driving conditions requiring additional low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., towing a boat trailer out of water).

Command-Trac 4x4

Wrangler Sport, Wrangler Sport S, Wrangler Unlimited Sahara®, Wrangler Unlimited Sport S

Off‑road or on, the Command‑TracTM 4x4 system provides stunning traction on slick surfaces.

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Off‑road or on, the Command‑TracTM 4x4 system provides stunning traction on slick surfaces.

Delivering serious traction and capability, its impressive rock climbing 2.72:1 low range and NV241 GII transfer case can be shifted from 2WD to 4WD HI at up to 72 km/h (45 mph). Once in four-lock, the transfer case delivers a 50/50 split of torque to the front and rear axles for the awesome traction which makes Jeep® brand vehicles such legendary 4x4 machines. This system has a Neutral mode that is ideal for available flat-towing.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
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Selec-Trac 4x4

Wrangler Unlimited Sahara®

Choose the versatility and efficiency of the Selec-Trac® 4x4 system.

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Choose the versatility and efficiency of the Selec-Trac® 4x4 system.

Responsive and capable, this available Jeep® brand 4-wheel-drive system features a full-time mode that automatically switches from 2WD to 4WD depending on driving conditions. In 4WD, snow, ice, rocks and mud are no match for the steady and superb traction. For smooth roads or trails, it will revert to 2WD to help provide impressive fuel efficiency.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
Gladiator

Rock‑Trac 4x4

Gladiator Rubicon

The Rock‑Trac® 4x4 system empowers the Rubicon to tackle the most extreme conditions.

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The Rock‑Trac® 4x4 system empowers the Rubicon to tackle the most extreme conditions.

Featuring a 4:1 low‑gear‑ratio transfer case, this heavy‑duty 4WD system enables the Gladiator Rubicon to move at a low, consistent 0.8 km/h for greater control over obstacles, while also making more torque available at the wheels.

Impressively powerful, the Rock‑Trac 4x4 system also includes Tru‑Lok® electronic locking differentials, brake lock differential and electronic front sway bar disconnect.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).

Command-Trac 4x4

Gladiator Sport S, Gladiator Overland®

The Command‑TracTM 4x4 system delivers formidable traction in all weather, off‑road and on.

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The Command‑TracTM 4x4 system delivers formidable traction in all weather, off‑road and on.

Ruggedly powerful, this part‑time, shift‑on‑the‑fly system splits up torque 50/50 between front and rear axles, while the transfer case provides seamless shifting from 2WD to 4WD at speeds up to 72 km/h (45 mph). What’s more, its 2.72:1 low range ensures total confidence for clambering over rocks.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Driving conditions requiring additional low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
Grand Cherokee

Quadra-Drive II® 4x4

Grand Cherokee Trailhawk®, Grand Cherokee Limited (Available), Grand Cherokee Overland® (Available), Grand Cherokee Summit® (Available)

The Quadra‑Drive II® 4x4 system takes all‑weather off‑road traction to the next level.

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The Quadra‑Drive II® 4x4 system takes all‑weather off‑road traction to the next level.

Featuring a rear electronic limited‑slip differential, this full‑time system offers superior traction on the road and off, and its 2.72:1 low‑range gear ratio delivers legendary Jeep® brand capability.

Our most advanced 4x4 system, it also includes the Selec‑Terrain® traction management system with Auto mode for everyday driving, plus settings for Sport, Snow, Sand/Mud or Rock.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).

Quadra-Trac I 4x4

Grand Cherokee Laredo, Grand Cherokee Altitude

The adaptive Quadra‑Trac I® 4x4 system delivers all‑weather capability and confidence.

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The adaptive Quadra‑Trac I® 4x4 system delivers all‑weather capability and confidence. Active at all times, the system senses changes in driving conditions and reacts appropriately, with no driver input required.

For optimal traction, the Quadra‑Trac I 4x4 system can transfer power up to 48% front and 52% rear. Working together with the standard brake lock differential and 4‑wheel brake traction control system, it enables the driver to navigate an extensive array of surfaces and conditions.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
The red and white 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee parked outdoors near lake next to trees

Quadra-Trac II 4x4

Grand Cherokee Limited, Grand Cherokee Overland®, Grand Cherokee Summit®, Grand Cherokee Upland, Grand Cherokee Limited X, Grand Cherokee High Altitude, Grand Cherokee Laredo (Available)

The Quadra‑Trac II® 4x4 system provides off‑road confidence and all‑weather traction.

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The Quadra‑Trac II® 4x4 system provides off‑road confidence and all‑weather traction. It features a 2‑speed low transfer case that uses an array of sensors to monitor for tire slippage and initiate corrective action right away. Once detected, up to 100% of available torque is routed to the axle with the most traction.

For everyday driving, the Selec‑Terrain® Traction Management System’s Auto mode provides a smooth ride, or use the dial to select Sport, Snow, Sand/Mud or Rock to tackle specific driving conditions.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).

Quadra-Trac® SRT® 4x4

Grand Cherokee SRT®, Grand Cherokee TrackhawkTM

The Quadra-Trac® SRT® Active on-demand 4x4 system is designed to handle extraordinary power.

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The Quadra-Trac® SRT® Active on-demand 4x4 system is designed to handle extraordinary power. It features the strongest Jeep® brand transfer case ever and is capable of handling the power of the 6.4L HEMI® SRT® V8 and the 6.2L Supercharged V8. It features a massive mechanical “wet” clutch and a rear Electronic Limited-Slip Differential that allows as much as 100% of the torque to be sent to just 1 rear wheel, depending on available traction.

The included Selec-Track system provides 5 settings for Auto, Snow, Tow, Sport and Track. Each mode optimizes the distribution of power to the front and rear wheels for maximum traction.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
Cherokee
The 2020 Jeep Cherokee being driven on snow with a city as a background

Active Drive I

Cherokee Sport, Cherokee North, Cherokee Limited, Cherokee Overland®

From slippery streets to muddy trails, the full-time Jeep® Active Drive I 4x4 system is always ready for unexpected obstacles.

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From slippery streets to muddy trails, the full-time Jeep® Active Drive I 4x4 system is always ready for unexpected obstacles. Using sensors, it detects wheel slippage and automatically applies the appropriate amount of torque where it’s required. Adding to the enhanced control, the system includes Selec‑Terrain® Traction Management System with Auto, Snow, Sport and Sand/Mud modes.

And with its fully disconnecting rear axle, fuel economy is improved too, only engaging 4x4 when enhanced traction is needed.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
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Active Drive II

Cherokee North, Cherokee Limited, Cherokee Overland®

The Jeep® Active Drive II system is designed to make outdoor adventures happen.

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The Jeep® Active Drive II system is designed to make outdoor adventures happen. Whether towing a boat, climbing a cliff or going off-roading, the Active Drive II system’s 2-speed PTU torque management and 4-Low mode has power to spare. This system locks the front and rear driveshafts for an extra level of power at low speeds – or for towing toys. To tow it behind an RV, put it in Neutral mode to enable available flat towing.

Jeep Active Drive II gives the off‑road adventurer a ride height increase of 2.5 cm (1 inch), a crawl ratio of 51:2:1 when powered by the 2.0L I-4 Turbo engine, and a crawl ratio of 48.3:1 when powered by the 3.2L PentastarTM V6 engine.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
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Active Drive Lock

Cherokee Trailhawk®

Own virtually every type of road with this Trail Rated® 4WD system.

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Own virtually every type of road with this Trail Rated® 4WD system.

Combining all the features of the Jeep Active Drive II 4x4 System with additional technologies like Hill Descent Control, Selec‑SpeedTM Control and a mechanical locking rear differential for superior off‑road performance, this brawny 4x4 system is ready to take on the toughest roads and trails.

For extra rock‑climbing agility, its standard Selec‑Terrain® Traction Management System also includes a Rock mode.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
Renegade
The red 2020 Jeep renegade parked in a desert during daytime

Active Drive

Renegade Sport, Renegade North, Renegade Limited

Seamlessly switch between 2WD and 4WD on the fly with the Jeep® Active Drive 4x4 system.

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Seamlessly switch between 2WD and 4WD on the fly with the Jeep® Active Drive 4x4 system. Designed to discover more amazing places easily, this fully automatic, single‑speed PTU 4x4 system is ready to tackle snow and trail alike. For added efficiency, this system actively transitions from 4x4 to fuel-saving front-wheel drive.

The standard Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System lets the driver adjust traction setting – Auto, Snow, Sand and Mud – according to road conditions to ensure optimum traction.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
The silver 2020 Jeep Renegade driving through offroad in a mountain

Active Drive Low

Renegade Trailhawk®

The Jeep® Active Drive Low 4x4 system delivers superb confidence in off‑road adventures.

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The Jeep® Active Drive Low 4x4 system delivers superb confidence in off‑road adventures.

For enhanced off‑road dynamics, this system includes a standard single-speed PTU for torque management. Plus, its 4WD Low mode locks the front and rear driveshafts to provide extra muscle at low speeds or when towing.

Take on rocks and ridges with a Trail Rated® 21:1 crawl ratio in low range – exclusively on Trailhawk® – and on tougher terrain, select the additional Rock mode on the standard Selec‑Terrain® Traction Management System.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
Compass
The white 2020 Jeep Compass being driven on  snow

Active Drive

Compass Sport, Compass North, Compass Limited

The Jeep® Active Drive 4x4 system is designed to keep adventures moving forward in all conditions.

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The Jeep® Active Drive 4x4 system is designed to keep adventures moving forward in all conditions.

Switch between 2WD and 4WD at any speed with this fully automatic, single‑speed PTU 4x4 system. Its disconnecting rear axle helps increase fuel efficiency by only engaging 4x4 when enhanced traction is needed.

Its advanced sensors are on constant guard for wheel slippage and send torque to the wheels with the most traction to help the driver stay in control. What’s more, Selec‑Terrain® Traction Management System comes standard and includes settings for Auto, Snow, Sand and Mud.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).
The red 2020 Jeep Compass driving through offroad near beach

Active Drive Low

Compass Trailhawk®

Tackle seriously tough terrain with the Jeep® Active Drive Low 4x4 System.

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Tackle seriously tough terrain with the Jeep® Active Drive Low 4x4 System.

For those seeking more off‑road challenges, the standard single‑speed PTU delivers the Compass Trailhawk® with torque management and 4WD Low mode. This locks the front and rear driveshafts to providing additional power at low speeds or for towing.

Climb over rocks and ridges easily with its Trail Rated® 20:1 crawl ratio and standard Selec‑Terrain® Traction Management System – enhanced on the Trailhawk® with a Rock mode.

When to use
High range
All road surfaces, including wet or snow-covered pavement, sand or gravel.
Low range
Conditions requiring added low-speed power, technical driving, and situations when added torque is helpful (e.g., pulling a boat trailer out of water).

Your Guide to Off‑Roading with Confidence

 The grey 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee being driven on snow in front of snow covered hills

Maximum Traction in Snow and Mud

Trust Jeep® 4x4 systems to maintain traction in wet weather or slick road conditions.

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Trust Jeep® 4x4 systems to maintain traction in wet weather or slick roads. If the Jeep vehicle features a full‑time 4x4 system, it adapts automatically, while on‑demand or part‑time 4x4 systems are manually engaged.

For deep snow or icy conditions, 4WD LOW provides added control at low speeds. Shifting into a gear lower than necessary can reduce momentum. Over‑revving the engine can cause tires to spin and lose traction, but if it does happen, turn the steering wheel from side to side rapidly to help the tires establish more grip and deliver more control.

The blue 2020 Jeep Wrangler driving through narrow stream in a mountain

Make It Slow and Steady

When it comes to off‑road driving, easy does it – take things slow and stay in control.

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When it comes to off‑road driving, easy does it – take things slow and stay in control.

For Jeep® vehicles with 4WD LOW, the low gear and low speed at idle generally provide enough power to ensure most hurdles can be climbed over. For Jeep® vehicles with a manual transmission, simply let out the clutch slowly in the lowest gear to overcome obstacles like rocks and logs.

To try out these tips for maximizing vehicle capability, look for somewhere like California’s famously rugged Rubicon® Trail, where the average speed is just 2‑8 km/h (1‑5 mph).

The brown Jeep Cherokee being driven outdoors with kayaks on the roof

Know Before It's Time To Go

Advanced preparation is key for high‑performance off‑road driving.

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Advanced preparation is key for high‑performance off‑road driving.

Engage part‑time 4x4 systems as soon as the vehicle is off-road – there’s no need to wait until a sticky situation arises.

Always keep a close eye on the trail ahead to avoid unexpected obstacles and plan the best route around or over them.

The driver’s thumbs should always be up and out of the steering wheel’s way – the steering wheel can rotate suddenly when off‑roading and catch the driver's thumb with a spoke.

The grey 2020 Jeep Wrangler parked outdoors near stream showing its LED headlight

Prepare Ahead for Off-Roading

It’s critical to carefully inspect the vehicle before taking it off-road.

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It’s critical to carefully inspect the vehicle before taking it off-road.

Check under the hood to ensure the battery is securely fastened, all hoses are in good condition and all fluids are at the proper levels. Inspect the tires, including the spare, to determine each one is inflated correctly and in good condition.

Planning to go off the beaten path? Travel with a friend, especially when exploring unfamiliar territory.

Side view of the blue 2020 Jeep Compass parked on a hill facing mountains during sunset

Taking On Ridges and Hills

Ensure the Jeep® vehicle’s driving line is straight up or down when travelling on a hill.

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Ensure the Jeep® vehicle’s driving line is straight up or down when travelling on a hill. When ascending, apply more power at the bottom and slowly release the gas pedal as the vehicle crests the hill. If it does stall, back straight down carefully before the next attempt.

When descending a hill with an automatic transmission, select Low Range and the lowest drive setting. Always use the lowest gear with a manual transmission.

Never disengage the clutch to let the vehicle coast when in Low Range – this could severely damage the clutch disc. Simply let the gears and engine compression do the work and slow the vehicle down, and only apply the brakes to fine‑tune its speed.

NOTE: Never drive up or down a hill at an angle. Driving sideways on a steep slope can result in vehicle instability.

The grey 2020 Jeep Gladiator driving through rocks in a desert

Roll Over Rocks

Overcome rocks slowly and steadily in Low Range.

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Overcome rocks slowly and steadily in Low Range. Select 4WD LOW in low gear and, at idle speed or using as little throttle as required, climb the rocks at a crawl. Ideally, rock crawling speed is 2‑8 km/h (1‑5 mph). For additional traction, reduce the vehicle's tire pressure by 3‑5 psi and remember to return it to normal pressure when the off‑road adventure is complete.

NOTE: Do not straddle rocks. Instead, position tires on top of the rocks and crawl over slowly.

The blue 2020 Jeep Compass being driven on a sand at a beach during sunset

Beach Ready

Off‑roading in sand means mastering momentum and letting the tire treads do the work.

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Off‑roading in sand means mastering momentum and letting the tire treads do the work.To maintain momentum, stay in 4WD HI and take wide turns – tight turns can slow the vehicle, which can cause it to lose traction and get stuck.

For improved traction, reduce the tire pressure by 10‑12 psi and remember to re‑inflate the tires back to normal when finished. If conditions call for 4WD LOW or alternative gear selections, be sure to avoid spinning the tires.

Glossary & FAQ

Approach Angle
Starting from level ground, this is the degree of slope a vehicle can approach without scraping or hitting the front undercarriage. It's a great indication of the ability to navigate severe off-road terrain like boulders and logs. A short front overhang produces high angles of approach, thus increasing off-road ability.
Articulation
A Trail Rated® suspension is limber like a gymnast. How, exactly? Flexibility is the key to good articulation. The more a wheel can travel, or flex, the better it can maintain contact with the ground and provide the traction needed to cross an array of obstacles.
Axle Articulation
The ability of one axle to move relative to the chassis. It is the measure of the ease with which tires stay in contact with the ground (and retain traction) on very uneven terrain.
Axle Differential
An axle differential is a gear system located in the centre housing of an axle assembly designed to allow the wheels to rotate at different speeds during cornering.
Axle
A shaft that connects the front and/or rear wheels together. The suspension components attach to the axle and to the vehicle’s body frame.
Brake Traction Control System
Transfers torque from one wheel to another on the same axle when wheel slip conditions are detected.
Breakover Angle
This off-road term refers to the degree of slope that defines the largest ramp or hill that a vehicle can travel over without scraping against the frame or underbody components.
Centre Differential – Geared
A gear system located inside the transfer case of full-time 4x4 vehicles. It is used to distribute drive torque to the front and rear driveshafts and allows the front and rear wheels to rotate at different speeds during cornering.
Clutch Plates
A series of alternating steel plates within the transfer case of many on-demand or automatic 4x4 systems. One set of plates is splined to the clutch assembly hub of the rear driveshaft; the other set is splined to the clutch drum attached to the front driveshaft. The clutch housing is usually filled with a viscous, silicone-type fluid that clings to the discs to help transfer torque to the driveshaft. The engagement of clutch plates can also be controlled electronically.
Coil Springs
A coil of flexible metal that can be compressed or stretched along its centreline axis without permanent deformation. Coil springs support the weight of the vehicle while allowing the wheels to travel up and down over bumps.
Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
A stepless transmission that uses a sheave clutch to transmit engine torque.
Crawl Ratio
Essential for serious off-road treks involving steep hill climbs and descents, this is the final drive ratio of a vehicle in low range. It allows Jeep® vehicles to creep along (without depressing the accelerator) at very low speeds. Essentially, the vehicle does all the work. Except with Freedom Drive II® on Patriot and Compass, crawl ratio is determined by this formula: first gear ratio x rear axle ratio x low-range 4-wheel-drive ratio. The higher the number, the better the off-road capabilities. With Freedom Drive II on Patriot, the crawl ratio is a special fixed CVT ratio of 19:1.
Crow Hop
Vehicle shudder and tire scuffing due to a binding condition in the driveline, which is usually caused by operating in basic 4-wheel-drive or part-time 4-wheel-drive modes on dry pavement.
Departure Angle
When returning to level ground from a descent, this angle indicates the degree of a slope from which a vehicle can depart without scraping or hitting the rear undercarriage.
Differential
A gear system that transmits torque to the drive wheels, while also allowing the wheels to rotate at different speeds when cornering. Vehicles with 4-wheel drive have differentials in both the front and rear axles.
Driveshaft
Shaft connecting the transmission output shaft to the differential drive pinion shaft. Vehicles with 4-wheel drive add a second driveshaft from the transfer case to the front differential.
Electronically Controlled Coupling
Manages the torque split from front to rear with no active driver input needed, for smooth and automatic performance. It responds to throttle position or to front wheel slippage.
Fixed Yoke Output Assembly
Effectively handles the extra output from the transfer case and helps to ensure smooth and durable driveline operation.
Four-Wheel Drive
A drivetrain that utilizes a transfer case or Electronically Controlled Coupling to distribute engine power between the front and rear axles in order to drive all 4 wheels. Full-time 4-wheel-drive systems utilize a centre differential, which enables the front and rear driveshafts to turn at different speeds, thereby allowing engagement on dry pavement for normal driving conditions. A part-time system does not employ a centre differential and, during normal driving conditions, must operate only in 2-wheel drive. With a part-time system, the 4-wheel-drive mode is to be used only when off-roading or on wet or slippery surfaces.
Front Axle Disconnect
A mechanical or vacuum-operated component used primarily on 4x4 models to connect and disconnect drive torque to the front axle. When shifting from 4-wheel drive to 2-wheel drive, this system disengages the front axle from the front driveline so that the front wheels aren't turning the front driveline unnecessarily. This reduces unnecessary front driveline wear, noise and fuel consumption.
Ground Clearance
Don't drag your belly through the mud – just clear nasty logs, rocks and uneven ground without sustaining undercarriage damage. Jeep® Trail Rated® 4x4 vehicles feature optimized approach, departure and breakover angles to keep you in the clear.
High-Range
A 4WD mode used for on-road or light off-road use.
Hill Descent Control
This system uses the ABS braking to control the car's motion downhill. It also allows a smooth and controlled hill descent in rough terrain without the driver needing to touch the brake pedal. If the vehicle accelerates without driver input, the system will automatically apply the brakes to slow down to the desired vehicle speed.
Jounce/Rebound
The motion of a wheel that compresses its suspension. If a wheel is at full jounce, it is at the upper limit of its travel. The opposite of jounce is rebound, or wheel movement that decompresses a vehicle's suspension.
Limited-Slip Differential
Provides the same basic functions as an axle differential, but with an added advantage: when the drive wheel begins spinning as a result of being on a slippery surface, a limited-slip differential automatically transfers torque to the opposite wheel to help improve traction.
Locking Differential
Provides even more traction than a limited-slip differential in tough conditions by locking the axle shafts together. Locking differentials do not allow for wheel-speed differences and must not be used on dry, paved roads.
Low Crawl Speed
The crawl ratio is the lowest gear ratio in a vehicle and is determined by multiplying the first gear ratio by the low-range ratio by the axle ratio.
Low Range
A 4WD mode used for severe off-road conditions.
Manoeuvrability
Athletic. Agile. Trail Rated®. Jeep® 4x4 vehicles have the footwork to navigate narrow gaps, dodge emergency situations and avoid cosmetic damage to underbody sills, thanks to precision steering and optimized wheelbases.
Neutral
When the shifter is in this position, the front and rear axles spin freely. Sometimes used for towing a Jeep® vehicle behind another vehicle (such as a motor home), so that uncoupling the driveshafts is not required. Also used in the process of shifting into 4WD LOW.
Open-Centre Differential
Located in the transfer case on some full-time 4x4 vehicles, this component works in the same way as an open differential in the axles but is of a more compact design. This component employs a planetary gearset, with planetary gears that revolve around the sun gear and inside the ring gear.
Power-Robbing Friction
Surface resistance to relative motion, as of a body sliding or rolling.
Running Ground Clearance
The distance from the ground to the lowest point between the axles.
Shift-on-the-Fly
The ability to shift from 2-wheel drive to 4-wheel drive while the vehicle is moving.
Skid Plate
Helps protect the undercarriage from damage when driving off-road.
Solid Axle/Coil Springs
Ideal off-road equipment. Instead of each wheel on an axle being sprung separately (like independent suspension designs), a solid axle connects the suspension of 2 wheels. Coil springs then support the vehicle's weight and allow the wheels to travel up and down over terrain.
Suspension Travel
From full jounce to full rebound, this is the amount of vertical wheel movement allowed by the suspension.
Tow Hooks
Heavy-duty forged steel hooks, in the front and rear of a vehicle, that provide attachment points for snatch-em straps and winch cables should you get stuck.
Traction
Traction in 4x4 is equivalent to grip on asphalt. Trail Rated® traction helps you stay in control on untamed terrain, in slippery (wet, mud, snow) conditions, and on steep grades.
Transfer Case
Mounted behind and driven by the transmission on most 4x4 vehicles, the transfer case transmits power to the front and rear driveshafts in 4x4 Jeep® vehicles and offers high and low range. Compass and Patriot 4x4 use an Electronically Controlled Coupling instead of a traditional transfer case.
Transmission
A mechanism that transfers torque into usable driving power, usually through the use of gearsets. These gearsets multiply engine torque in varying amounts to meet specific driving demands. An exception is a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), available on Compass and Patriot, which instead operates by varying the working diameters of 2 pulleys, transmitting torque by means of an immensely strong, steel-segmented push-belt.
Two-Wheel Drive
When the shifter is in this position, the front axle spins freely while power is sent to the rear axle and wheels, which then drive the vehicle.
Viscous Coupling
A speed-sensitive device located in the transfer case that transmits drive torque between the front and rear driveshafts when wheel slip occurs. Viscous couplings are typically used on all-wheel-drive vehicles and vehicles with automatic and on-demand 4x4 systems.
What is the difference between full-time 4x4 and part-time 4x4 systems?
Full-time 4x4 systems utilize a centre differential, which enables the front and rear driveshafts to turn at different speeds, thereby allowing engagement on dry surfaces for normal driving conditions. A part-time system does not employ a centre differential and locks the front and rear driveshafts together. With a part-time system, 4x2 mode should be used during normal driving conditions and 4x4 mode is to be used only when off-roading or on wet or slippery surfaces.
Why can't you use part-time 4x4 on dry surfaces?
Part-time 4x4 systems effectively lock the front and rear driveshafts together, forming a single driving unit that does not allow for differential action between the front and rear driveshafts. Driveline noise and binding (Crow Hop) may occur when operated excessively on dry surfaces or in turns. This binding can lead to heat buildup and early part failure.
Why does Crow Hop occur?
When a vehicle turns, each wheel rotates on a different radius to the turning circle, thereby travelling different distances at different speeds. If the vehicle's front and rear axles are locked together and are turning on dry surfaces, the difference in wheel speed sometimes results in driveline binding that is released with a bang or vehicle shudder when one of the tires loses traction.
Can I shift into 4WD high range at any speed?
Shifting into 4WD high range can be done with the vehicle stopped or in motion. If the vehicle is in motion, shifts can be made up to 88 km/h (55 mph).
How long can I drive in 4WD high range?
With a part-time system, prolonged driving in 4WD high range is recommended only for wet, loose or slippery road surfaces. With a full-time system, you need not worry about switching to 2WD mode when road surfaces improve.
How fast can I drive in 4WD high range?
You should not go faster than road conditions permit.
What is 4WD low range?
4WD low range is a mode specifically designed for temporary use when additional traction and maximum pulling power are desired. Front and rear driveshafts are locked together and engine power is sent through another set of gears to multiply torque. Avoid attempting to engage or disengage low range with the vehicle moving faster than 3–5 km/h (2–3 mph), and do not use this mode for normal driving.
Can I shift into 4WD low range at any speed?
No. With the vehicle rolling at 3–5 km/h (2–3 mph), shift an automatic transmission to Neutral or depress the clutch pedal on a manual transmission. While the vehicle is coasting at 3–5 km/h (2–3 mph), shift the transfer case lever firmly through Neutral and into the low range position.
How fast can I drive in 4WD low range?
Do not exceed 40 km/h (25 mph).
Can I shift into 4WD low range when stopped?
Shifting into or out of 4WD low range is possible with the vehicle completely stopped; however, difficulty may occur due to the teeth of the gears not being properly aligned. Several attempts may be required for clutch teeth alignment and shift completion to occur. The preferred method is with the vehicle rolling at 3–5 km/h (2–3 mph). Avoid attempting to engage or disengage 4WD low range with the vehicle moving faster than 3–5 km/h (2–3 mph).
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Based on EnerGuide fuel consumption ratings. Government of Canada test methods used. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors. Use for comparison purposes only. Ask your retailer for EnerGuide information. When properly equipped. Specific model and optional equipment are required to achieve the maximum ratings shown. See your retailer for full details.

"Starting at" price represents the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the base model minus Total Discounts (where applicable). Price does not include taxes, freight (from $1,895 to $2,595), insurance, registration, licence, A/C charge, retailer administration fees and other charges, and new tire duties (in Quebec). Model shown may be an upgraded model. Total Discounts may vary from time to time and may vary considerably by model and trim. Total Discounts include Consumer Cash Discounts, which are applied before taxes, and/or Bonus Cash Discounts, which are applied after taxes. Retailers may sell for less. See your retailer for complete details.

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Total Discounts include Consumer Cash Discounts, which are applied before taxes, and/or Bonus Cash Discounts, which are applied after taxes. Total Discounts may vary from time to time and may vary considerably by model and trim. Retailers may sell for less. See your retailer for complete details.

2018, 2019, 2020 Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply. + The 5-year/100,000-kilometre Powertrain Limited Warranty does not apply to vehicles sold for certain commercial uses. See your retailer for full details.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. + SRT vehicles are backed by a 3-year or 60,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. Basic Warranty coverage is for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) Rust-through coverage on all body sheet metal is for 3 years. The Cummins Turbo Diesel engine is protected by a separate Limited Warranty, covering the engine for 5 years or 160,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.)

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This includes the base MSRP, available discounts, options, green levy, destination, federal AC charge and finance adjustment values entered (down payment, trade-in and owe on trade).

In ON/BC/SASK/ALTA/MAN and QC, Dealer Price includes freight, A/C, OMVIC/AMVIC fee, tire levy, administration charges and all other retailer charges and excludes taxes, licence, insurance, and new tire duties (in QC). In the Maritimes and the Territories, Dealer Price may not include freight ($1,895), A/C, tire levy, administration and other dealer charges, and excludes taxes, licence and insurance. Pricing and offers are subject to change without notice and may not be accurate or completely current. See dealer for complete details.

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Based on Jeep's sub-segmentation based on compact sport and cross utility vehicles including Chevrolet Trax, Mitsubishi Outlander, Subaru Crosstek, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Mazda CX3 and Volkswagen Tiguan. Best-in-Class 4x4 capability based on Jeep Active Drive Low 4x4 system and Best-in-Class approach angle, departure angle and breakover angle.

Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control. Only use mobile phones and other devices, even with voice commands, when it is safe to do so. Voice commands of phone require a Bluetooth compatible phone.

No system can repeal the laws of physics or overcome careless driving actions. Performance is limited by available traction, which snow, ice and other conditions can affect. When the warning lamp flashes, the driver needs to use less throttle and adapt speed and driving behaviour to prevailing road conditions.

This is a driver convenience system, not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of their surroundings and be prepared to take corrective action to avoid collisions.

Requires SiriusXM Radio subscriptions governed by SIRIUS terms and conditions available at siriusxm.ca.

Always sit properly with the head restraint properly adjusted. Never place anything in front of the head restraint.

Never program while driving. GPS mapping and available 3D navigation may not be detailed or available in all areas or reflect current road regulations.

The advanced front air bags in this vehicle are certified to the federal regulations for advanced air bags. Children 12 years old and younger should always ride buckled up in a rear seat. Infants in rear-facing child restraints should never ride in the front seat of a vehicle with a passenger front air bag. All occupants should always wear their lap and shoulder belts properly.

Not compatible with all garage door openers.

Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control. Only use mobile phones and other devices, even with voice controls, when it is safe to do so. Apple CarPlay requires a compatible iPhone connected via USB cable to the Uconnect® system. Apple CarPlay is a trademark of Apple Inc. Data plan rates may apply. Android Auto requires the Android Auto app on Google Play and AndroidTM compatible smartphone running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher. Android Auto is a trademark of Google LLC.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Sport Utility segmentation. Based on Summit model offerings.

Jeep® Grand Cherokee has received more awards over its lifetime than any other SUV.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Sport/Utility segmentation and combined horsepower and torque ratings. Excludes other vehicles designed and manufactured by FCA US LLC.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Sport/Utility segmentation. When properly equipped.

Be sure to follow all instructions in the Owner's Manual for removal of top, doors, and lowering of windshield. Driving with the doors off and windshield down is for off-road use only.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Sport/Utility segmentation. When properly equipped. Excludes other vehicles designed and manufactured by FCA US LLC.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Sport/Utility segmentation. When properly equipped.

Based on WardsAuto Mid-size Sport Utility segmentation. Excludes other vehicles designed and manufactured by FCA US LLC.

When properly equipped.

All SiriusXM Guardian-equipped vehicles come with a 12-month trial effective on the date of purchase or lease of a new vehicle. Enrollment in the trial is required to receive service. Upon expiration of the trial period, purchase of a subscription is required to continue SiriusXM Guardian. Services can only be used where cellular coverage is available. See Uconnect® and SiriusXM Guardian Terms of Service for complete service limitations.

Siri Eyes Free requires an iPhone equipped with Siri. Certain features not available while the vehicle is in motion. iPhone must be within active cellular range. Customer's existing iPhone data rates apply to internet supported features

Jeep® "Small SUV" sub-segmentation based on small sport and cross utility vehicles including Mini Countryman, Buick Encore, Honda HR-V.

Based on Jeep's sub-segmentation based on compact sport and cross utility vehicles including Chevrolet Trax, Mitsubishi Outlander, Subaru Crosstek, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Mazda CX3 and Volkswagen Tiguan.

Jeep® "Small SUV" sub-segmentation based on small sport and cross utility vehicles including Mini Countryman, Buick Encore, Honda HR-V. Best-in-Class 4x4 capability based on Jeep B-SUV offering low range power transfer unit (PTU) with 21:1 crawl ratio, low range 4x4 capability.

Most Capable Small SUV Ever is based on historical Canadian unibody B-SUV segment competitors as identified by WardsAuto Auto Small Crossover and Small SUV segments (years 1985-2014). 4x4 capability based on Jeep® B-SUV offering low range power transfer unit (PTU) with 21:1 crawl ratio, low range 4x4 capability.

When equipped with Jeep® Active Drive Low. Off-road capability based on Jeep Renegade offering low range power transfer unit (PTU) with 21:1 crawl ratio, low range 4x4 capability, Approach Angle, Ground Clearance, Breakover Angle, and Departure Angle.

When equipped with Jeep® Active Drive Low. Based on Jeep “Small SUV” sub-segmentation based on small sport and cross utility vehicles including Nissan Juke, Mini Countryman, Mini Paceman, Buick Encore, Honda HR-V.

Most Capable Compact SUV Ever is based on historical U.S. unibody C-SUV segment competitors as identified by 2016 CY WardsAuto Small Cross/Utility Vehicle SUV segment (years 1985-2017). 4x4 capability based on Jeep® Compact SUV offering low range power transfer unit (PTU) with 21:1 crawl ratio, low range 4x4 capability. This claim excludes all FCA vehicles.

Only available with automatic transmissions.

Based on total sales from January 1, 2016 to present for SUV vehicles.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Cross Utility segmentation.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Cross Utility segmentation. Best-in-Class capability based on Jeep® Cherokee offering 2 speed power transfer unit (PTU) with rear locking axle, exclusive Jeep® Selec-Terrain with 5 settings (including rock), and industry first: fully disconnecting drive-line, Best-in-Class towing (excluding 7-8 passenger vehicles), approach angle, departure angle, ramp breakover angle.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Cross Utility segmentation. Excludes 7 and 8 passenger vehicles. When equipped with 3.2L Pentastar VVT V6 engine with Trailer Tow Group.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Cross Utility segmentation. Excludes other vehicles designed and manufactured by FCA US LLC.

2017 Canadian Black Book ‘Best Retained Value Award’ winner – Compact Car category. Based on value retained from original MSRP for 2012 model year vehicles as published by CBB, as of January 1, 2017. See CanadianBlackBook.com for complete details.

Based on WardsAuto Small Sport Utility segmentation and Chrysler Internal FCA SUV segmentation including Jeep Compass, Chevrolet Trax, Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, and Volkswagen Tiguan.

Capability based on approach angle, departure angle, breakover angle, ground clearance and water fording.

When properly equipped. Based on WardsAuto Small Sport/Utility segmentation and Small Cross/Utility segmentation.

Do not attempt water fording unless depth is known to be less than 76 cm (30 inches). Traversing water can cause damage that may not be covered by the new vehicle warranty. Always off-road responsibly in approved areas.

Based on IHSMarkit Automotive Canadian New Vehicle Total Registrations for combined years 2013 to CYTD August 2018.

Based on EnerGuide fuel consumption ratings. Government of Canada test methods used. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors. Use for comparison purposes only. Ask your retailer for EnerGuide information.

When properly equipped. Jeep® "Small SUV" sub-segmentation based on small sport and cross utility vehicles including Nissan Juke, Mini Countryman, Mini Paceman, Buick Encore, Honda HR-V.

Do not attempt water fording unless depth is known to be less than 48 cm (19 inches). Traversing water can cause damage that may not be covered by the new vehicle warranty. Always off-road responsibly in approved areas.

Phone must support Bluetooth Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP).

Based on 2001-2010 model years.

Based on Ward’s UV segmentation. Based on 707 hp. Based on 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds on a prepped surface.

Based on Jeep’s sub-segmentation based on compact sport and cross utility vehicles including Chevrolet Trax, Mitsubishi Outlander, Subaru Crosstek, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Mazda CX3 and Volkswagen Tiguan. Best-in-Class 4x4 capability based on Jeep Active Drive Low 4x4 system.

Based on value retained from original MSRP for 2013 model year vehicles as published by CBB, as of January 1, 2017. See CanadianBlackBook.com for complete details.

Do not attempt water fording unless depth is known to be less than 51 cm (20 inches). Traversing water can cause damage that may not be covered by the new vehicle warranty. Always off-road responsibly in approved areas.

Based on IHS Markit Automotive Canadian New Vehicle Total Registrations for combined years 2013 to 2017 and CYTD August 2018 in all Brands and SUV segments.

Strategic Vision's Total Quality Impact (TQI) is based on results from the New Vehicle Experience Study® surveying over 39,000 Jul.-Dec. new vehicle buyers after the first 90 days of ownership.

Capability based on approach angle, departure angle, breakover angle, ground clearance and water fording.

Always off-road responsibly in approved areas. Based on WardsAuto Small Sport/Utility segmentation and Small Cross/Utility segmentation. Do not attempt water fording unless depth is known to be less than 76 cm (30 inches). Traversing water can cause damage that may not be covered by the new vehicle warranty.

Based on WardsAuto Small Sport/Utility segmentation and Small Cross/Utility segmentation.

Based on WardsAuto Small Sport/Utility segmentation and Small Cross/Utility segmentation. Capability based on approach angle, departure angle, breakover angle, ground clearance and water fording.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Sport/Utility segmentation.

Based on Wards Middle Sport/Utility segmentation. Excludes other vehicles designed and manufactured by FCA US LLC. Based on Summit model offerings.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Sport/Utility segmentation against competitor base model standard engines. Based on combined highway/city EnerGuide fuel consumption ratings. Government of Canada test methods used. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors. 12.7 L/100 km (22 mpg) city 9.6 L/100 km (29 mpg) highway on Grand Cherokee base models equipped with the 3.6L Pentastar VVT V6 and 8-speed automatic. Excludes other vehicles designed and manufactured by FCA US LLC.

Wifi Hotspot available through third-party subscription. Requires Internet-enabled mobile device. See dealer for details. This feature is not intended for use by the driver while the vehicle is in motion. Always drive carefully.

Based on Jeep “Small SUV” sub-segmentation based on small sport and cross utility vehicles including Mini Countryman, Mini Paceman, Buick Encore, Honda HR-V.

Based on the WardsAuto Small Pickup 4x4 Crew Cab Segmentation. When properly equipped. See dealer for details.

Based on the WardsAuto Small Pickup 4x4 Crew Cab Segmentation.

Based on the WardsAuto Small Pickup 4x4 Crew Cab Segmentation. When properly equipped. See dealer for details. Based on available front and rear locking differentials, cab and bed rock rails, a disconnecting sway bar, two front and two rear tow hooks, a 4:1 transfer case, 33-inch off-road tires, skid plates and an off-road camera.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Cross Utility segmentation. Capability based on Jeep Cherokee 4x2 equipped with the available 2.0L I-4 Turbo engine, best-in-class horsepower, torque, towing capacity and combined fuel economy.

Vehicle Health Report provides a summary of your vehicle’s key systems, including the status of malfunction indicator lamps. If you have concerns about the operation, function or performance of your vehicle, take it to an authorized FCA Canada Inc.

Based on vehicles available in the U.S. market. Vehicle’s projected resale value is specific to the 2019 model year. For more information, visit Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com. Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc.

Based on WardsAuto Middle Cross Utility segmentation. Capability based on Jeep Cherokee 4x2/4x4 equipped with the available 2.0L I-4 Turbo engine, best-in-class horsepower, torque and towing capacity.

Offer for Apple Music in Canada begins May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019 with retail purchase/lease of qualifying new Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, FIAT and Ram vehicles. New Apple Music subscribers get 6 months free. Existing Apple Music subscribers get 3 months free. Not for resale and no cash value. Requires iTunes account. See dealer for details. Apple is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

Apple is not a sponsor of this promotion.

Requires iOS equipped device. Visit www.apple.com/ca/ios/carplay/ for details.

Offer for Apple Music in Canada begins July 10, 2019 with retail purchase or lease of qualifying FCA Canada Inc. vehicles. Offer expires June 30, 2020. Offer applies to Apple Music individual membership only. New Apple Music subscribers get 6 months free. Existing Apple Music subscribers get 3 months free. Not for resale and no cash value. Plan automatically renews after free offer period. Compatible products, services and a valid iTunes account are required. Apple Music is a trademark of Apple Inc. Apple is not a sponsor of this promotion.

Up to 15% off MSRP discount available on the purchase of most in-stock 2019 Jeep Cherokee models (excludes Sport models in Quebec). Discounts are calculated based on MSRP plus options, freight, A/C and tire charge and will be deducted from the negotiated price before taxes. This discount cannot be combined with any other bonus cash/consumer cash offers or with low rate financing. Learn more from your dealer or by visiting Build & Price.

Up to 10% off MSRP discount available on the purchase of most in-stock 2019 Jeep Compass models (excludes Sport 4x2 models in Quebec). Discounts are calculated based on MSRP plus options, freight, A/C and tire charge and will be deducted from the negotiated price before taxes. This discount cannot be combined with any other bonus cash / consumer cash offers or with low rate financing. Learn more from your dealer or by visiting Build & Price.

Up to 15% off MSRP discount available on the purchase of in-stock 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee models. Discounts are calculated based on MSRP plus options, freight, A/C and tire charge and will be deducted from the negotiated price before taxes. Clearout Bonus Cash of $750 is offered on new 2019 Grand Cherokee models. This discount cannot be combined with any other bonus cash/consumer cash offers or with low rate financing. Learn more from your dealer or by visiting Build & Price.

Total discounts of up to $11,245 are offered on new 2020 Grand Cherokee models and consist of up to $7,500 in Consumer Cash (deducted before taxes), $2,995 in Summit MSRP Discount Package (excludes Laredo, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, SRT, Trackhawk models, deducted before taxes) and $750 in Clearout Bonus Cash (deducted after taxes). This offer cannot be combined with low rate financing. See your dealer for details. Learn more from your dealer or by visiting Build & Price.

Total discounts of up to $4,750 are offered on new 2019 Wrangler models and consist of up to $4,000 in Consumer Cash (deducted before taxes) and $750 in Clearout Bonus Cash (deducted after taxes). This offer cannot be combined with low rate financing. See your dealer for details. Learn more from your dealer or by visiting Build & Price.

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0% financing up to 48 months available on all 2018 Jeep Renegade models on approved credit through RBC, Scotiabank and TD Auto Finance. Example: 2018 Jeep Renegade with a $40,640 purchase price financed at 0% for 48 months equals 48 monthly payments of $843 with a $0 cost of borrowing and 1.52% APR. The APR is the effective interest rate which includes the Consumer Cash which 0% financing customers forego as a cost of borrowing. 0% financing cannot be combined with maximum Consumer Cash amount. See dealer for details.

Offer applies to current and original owners of a Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram or FIAT vehicle with a qualifying financing/lease contract maturing after January 1, 2019. Eligible vehicles include 2019 & 2020 Ram 1500 (DT) (excludes Tradesman), 2019 Ram 1500 Classic (DS) (excludes vehicles equipped with 3.6L Pentastar Engines & all Reg. Cab models) and 2019 & 2020 Wrangler equipped with 2.0L engine (Wrangler 2-door Sport excluded). Loyalty Bonus Cash will be deducted from the negotiated prices after taxes. No trade-in required. Offer ends October 31, 2019. See your dealer for complete details.

0% leasing up to 27 months available on 2020 Jeep Compass models (excluding Sport). Example: A 2020 Compass North 4x4 with a lease price of $34,140, leased for 27 months at 0% equals 117 weekly payments of $137. $594 monthly payment/$594 security deposit due at lease inception, with a cost of borrowing of $0, and total obligation of $16,046. Kilometre allowance of 18,000/year. Cost of $0.16 per excess kilometre plus applicable taxes at lease termination. See your dealer for complete details.