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10 Things About the Jeep Patriot You Didn’t Know

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The Jeep Patriot may not be the newest addition to the iconic brand’s lineup, but it certainly is one of the most interesting. Debuting alongside of the Compass, the five-door compact crossover offered a standard four-wheel drive system, and was not offered with anything else. With so few compact crossover SUVs on the market that offered this level of capability, the Patriot stood out from every other vehicle in its class from the moment it was introduced. The Patriot is the perfect companion for anyone looking for a high quality capable crossover, and has plenty of features that are beneficial to all types of drivers. If you are on the market for a crossover SUV, consider purchasing a used Jeep Patriot.

The Jeep Patriot: 10 Things Worth Knowing

Some car shoppers simply find a model they enjoy driving, and dive in feet first. Other used car buyers would rather get to know more about a specific make and model prior to making the leap into ownership. Either way, here are ten things that you may not have heard about the Jeep Patriot model. Read through this fascinating list, and cozy up to the idea of buying a quality pre-owned version of this off-road ready crossover SUV from The Faricy Boys.

  • It’s the Second Cheapest Model in Jeep’s Lineup: The Patriot has always been one of Jeep’s most affordable models, and actually was the least expensive in the brand’s lineup until the Renegade was introduced in 2014. The 2017 Patriot starts just under $18,000, which makes used versions of this crossover even more affordably priced.
  • It’s Manufactured in Illinois: The Jeep Patriot model has been manufactured in Chrysler’s Belvidere, Illinois assembly plant from the time it was first conceived. Built alongside the Compass model, these two crossovers prove that more than just corn and corrupt politicians come from the Land of Lincoln.
  • It Has a Low Cost of Ownership: KBB.com has bestowed its 5-Year Cost to Own Award on the Jeep Patriot numerous times throughout the life of this compact crossover. The Patriot was ranked highest for low cost of ownership projections conducted by Kelley Blue Book over the course of five years. The same industry experts ranked the 2014 Patriot as the number one most affordable SUV on the market. Another hint at just how affordable and dependable this model is in pre-owned condition.
  • It’s Affordable to Insure: You may not even know this is a thing, but Insure.com issues an annual list of least expensive vehicles to insure – and the Patriot makes it into the top ten list every year. With a low initial price point, a projected low ownership cost, and rock bottom insurance rates – the Patriot is a true winner when it comes to saving money.
  • It Was Almost Offered as a Hybrid: After enjoying tremendous success in the first few years on the market, the Patriot was added to Chrysler’s extended range electric vehicle lineup in 2009. The electric-hybrid Patriot was unveiled at the 2009 North American International Auto Show, and was capable of driving 40 miles on a single charge, and up to 400 miles on a full charge and full tank of gas. Unfortunately, the extended range electric program was nixed by Fiat later that year, when the company became Chrysler’s newest partner.
  • It is Technically Discontinued: Fiat Chrysler has been planning to nix the Patriot and Compass models for some time, but has yet to officially discontinue the two crossover models. It seems, however, that the automotive manufacturer plans to sell the remaining inventory of Patriot crossovers as 2017 models, before replacing it with its ultimate successor. FCA has remained relatively quiet regarding the model that will replace the Patriot and Compass crossovers, but it seems that both nameplates will be discontinued after this year, after ten successful model years on the market.
  • It’s Surprisingly Efficient: While we understand that crossovers are supposed to be the more efficient versions of their larger SUV counterparts, it’s still worth noting just how efficient the Patriot is. The 2016 Jeep Patriot offers an EPA fuel economy rating of 30 miles per gallon on the highway, giving it the edge and ability to travel 400 highway miles between fill ups. Impressive – right?
  • It’s Incredibly Capable: The Patriot may be a compact crossover, but it still has Jeep’s DNA coursing through its body. The Patriot offers such versatile capability, others in the same class can’t keep up. Thanks to Jeep’s Freedom Drive II drivetrain, the Patriot can perform very well in all types of road and weather conditions. With the ability to conquer deep snow, mud, and ford through 19-inches of standing water, the Jeep Patriot is more capable than many people give it credit for.
  • Tons of Options: The Jeep Patriot is offered in five different model options, giving buyers plenty of choose from to fit their individual needs and desires. From the basic necessities like a manual transmission and roll-up windows, to the fully-loaded trim level with luxurious leather and the latest in-vehicle technology – the Patriot has exactly what you need, and everything you want.
  • It’s Versatile: Whether you are on the hunt for a reliable family SUV, or a capable crossover to take you out on weekend excursions, a used Patriot more than fits the bill. With plenty of options available on the pre-owned market, it’s easy to find the exact Patriot model you want for your individual needs.

Find a Used Patriot with The Faricy Boys

The Faricy Boys have been the top trusted Jeep dealership in Colorado Springs since 1942. With such a longstanding reputation for selling high quality new and used Jeep models, The Faricy Boys is the only stop you will need to make on your journey to buying a used Patriot in 2017. Come down to our unique Jeep dealership, located in Colorado Springs, and take one of the many capable used Patriots for a drive on our exclusive test track. After you experience all that The Faricy Boys are known for, you won’t want to go anywhere else. We hope to see you soon, your new-to-you Jeep Patriot is waiting for you to take it home, today.

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Jeep Patriot

Not to be confused with UAZ Patriot.

Motor vehicle

The Jeep Patriot (MK74) is a front-engine five-door compactcrossover SUV manufactured and marketed by Jeep, having debuted with the Jeep Compass in April 2006 at the New York Auto Show for the 2007 model year.[1] Both cars, as well as Dodge Caliber shared the GS platform, differentiated by their styling and marketing, with the Patriot exclusively offering a four-wheel drive system, marketed as Freedom Drive II.

The Patriot was manufactured at Chrysler's Belvidere, Illinois assembly plant alongside the Compass.[2] Although the model was still selling well even as it was essentially unchanged as it entered its 11th model year, production ended with the 2017 model year.[3]

Design[edit]

Pre-facelift Jeep Patriot Limited (Europe)

In the U.S. the Patriot uses either the 2.0 L or 2.4 L World gasoline I4 engine. Both front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive are available. The Patriot features two four-wheel drive systems both of which are electronically controlled. The basic four-wheel drive system is called Freedom Drive I. This system is a full-time front-wheel-drive based 4WD/AWD system that is front-wheel-drive when it has traction, but can automatically put up to 50% power to the rear wheels, the ECC (Electronically controlled clutch located on the rear differential)can be locked in 50–50 below a certain speed. This "locking" isn't a true lock and just requests the ECC be locked more than in the regular AWD mode. The ECC clutch is pulsed during turns to avoid the system from binding the drivetrain. The other system, called Freedom Drive II, is based on Freedom Drive I, but by using the vehicle's CVT transmission it is capable of a 19:1 gear reduction simulating a low range usually found in vehicles with dedicated transfer cases. This 19:1 "crawl" ratio is achieved with a much lower (numerically higher) rear differential gear compared to non Freedom Drive II vehicles. The 2.4 L GEMAI4 is an option for the 4X2 model Patriot.

For Europe and Australia, a 2.0 L (1968 cc; 120 cid; 140ps) Volkswagen-manufactured diesel engine is fitted along with a 6-speed manual gearbox. All EU cars are fitted as standard with four wheel drive and a version of the Freedom Drive System that tuned differently from the U.S. versions, but with similar capability to FDII with brake traction control and three switchable electronic stability control and traction control settings for on or off-road use.

The Patriot won the 2007 Green 4x4 Award and the 2008 4x4 of the Year in the UK.[citation needed]

The Patriot uses a continuously variable transmission equipped with a four wheel drive system, marketed as Freedom Drive II, capable of holding the lowest ratio the CVT can reach, in lieu of a traditional two-speed transfer case. The Patriot carries Jeep's "Trail Rated" badging.

ModelEnginePowerTorqueTransmission
Sport2.4 L WorldI4172 hp (128 kW)165 lb⋅ft (224 N⋅m)5-speed manual
LimitedCVT

Models[edit]

The Patriot was offered in three basic models with several additional options available:

Sport:
-Manual roll-up windows and manual door locks
-Vinyl-wrapped steering wheel and dual-note horn
-Cruise control (not all years)
-Anti-theft ignition
-Vinyl (later cloth) seating surfaces
-Manualy adjustable front bucket seats
-Folding rear bench seat
-2.0 L I4 engine (4X2) or 2.4 L I4 engine (4X4) or 2.0 CRD (VW) 4x2, 4x4 or 2.1 CRD (Mercedes-Benz) 4x4
-5-speed manual transmission
-Tinted windows
-16-inch all-season tires
-16-inch styled steel wheels
-AM/FM stereo w/ single-disc CD player (later CD-MP3 player) and four speakers

Latitude:
-Power windows with one-touch driver's auto down feature and power door locks
-SIRIUS-XM satellite radio (optional accessory)
-Leather-wrapped steering wheel
-Keyless entry with panic feature and security system
-Cloth Seating Surfaces
-Air conditioning with manual controls
-17-inch all-season tires
-17-inch alloy wheels
-Rear dome light flashlight[4]

Limited:
-Cloth (later leather) seating surfaces
-Power front driver's seat
-Power sunroof
-U Connect hands-free Bluetooth telephone system

Electric version[edit]

At the 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Jeep Patriot was added to Chrysler's ENVI lineup. As with the previously announced Jeep Wrangler EV, the Jeep Patriot EV is an extended-range electric vehicle (EREV, also called a plug-in hybrid vehicle), capable of traveling 40 mi (64 km) solely on battery power and up to 400 mi (644 km) on a single tank of gas.[5]

However, Chrysler's new partner Fiat SpA disbanded the ENVI division in November 2009, and removed the three ENVI models from its 5-year plan for Chrysler.[6] There have been no announced plans to continue with the electric version.

2011 facelift[edit]

The Patriot received minor interior and exterior upgrades for 2011. The front fog lamps were shrunken and relocated, and the "Patriot" lettering on the rear bumper was removed and replaced with a more traditional rear bumper. Three trims were offered in the US: Sport, Latitude, and Limited (which replaced the earlier Latitude X). In Canada, North Edition replaced the Latitude trim with slightly different equipment.

In the EU, four trims were offered: Sport, Sport Plus, Limited, and an Overland version. In the EU market, the 2.0 L Volkswagen PD Diesel Engine was replaced by a 2.2 L Mercedes-Benz Twin-Cam Common Rail Diesel engine delivering 163 hp (122 kW).

For 2011, a 70th Anniversary Edition model was offered to commemorate the Jeep history. It was based on the Sport model with special olive or beige interior colors, unique alloy wheels, a nine-speaker Boston Acoustics premium sound system with subwoofer and fold-down liftgate speakers, Sirius XM Radio, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, leatherseats, heated front seats, and other features. This model was available from May to October 2011.

For 2012 only, an Altitude Edition model, based on the Sport model, was offered. It featured black leather upholstery, special black-finished alloy wheels, a nine-speaker sound system, Sirius XM Radio, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, and black-painted exterior accents. This model started production in May 2012, and was only available for a few months.

For the 2013 model year, a Freedom Edition model, based on the Sport model, was offered to commemorate Jeep's commitment to the U.S. Army and military, as well to commemorate all of the soldiers who have served. It has a special star hood decal, power leather seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, Sirius XM Radio, and dark-finished alloy wheels. This model features Commando Green Metallic exterior paint that is not available on other 2013 Jeep Patriots.

The Jeep Patriot underwent many changes in trims or models for the 2014 model year; however, 2014 was the first model year that Freedom Drive 1 Patriots came with a Hyundai 6-speed automatic transmission instead of the CVT.

Discontinuation[edit]

2017 was the last year for the Patriot, but production was discontinued in December 2016 (with the remainder of the fleet marketed as "2017" and sold until stock depletion).[7][8] Both Patriot and first-generation Jeep Compass were replaced by second-generation Compass.

Safety[edit]

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)[edit]

Moderate overlap frontal offsetGood
Small overlap frontal offsetPoor[10]
Side impactGood*
Roof strengthGood

*2007–2013 models with additional optional side airbags. Models without additional optional side airbags were rated Marginal.

NHTSA[edit]

Global sales[edit]

Calendar year USACanadaOtherMexicoEurope
2007[17]40,4349,62913,612[18]40,434[19]
2008[20]55,65413,8369,82355,654
2009[21]31,4327,9988,54331,432
2010[22]38,62010,753 [23]6,44138,620
2011[24]54,6478,4217,70254,647
2012[25]62,1106,6678,29762,010
2013[26]75,7975,37222,4087,38675,797
2014[27]93,4625,95922,9666,92693,462
2015[28]118,4649,37215,1675,423[29]118,464
2016 121,926[30]9,026[31]3,000[32]125,397
2017 40,495[33]3,009[34]58640,735
2018 621[35]3[36]5621
2019 27[37]27
2020 3
Subtotal 733,682 90,045 197,051 77,744 737,303
Total 1,835,834

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeep_Patriot
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Jeep Patriot

Jeep's Patriot small SUV is related to the Jeep Compass and Dodge Caliber, but has a more upright body. It uses the same 2.0- and 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engines found in the Caliber, which we found slow and noisy.

Ride and handling are acceptable, but not impressive. Interior fit and finish are sub par. The narrow cabin and small windows give a closed-in feel. The Patriot is not designed for serious off-roading, but should be capable for the occasional trail excursion. An optional off-road package has a hill-descent system and an extra low gear in the CVT. Five-speed manual and CVT transmissions are offered. 2009 models received some updates, but not enough to lift this car from mediocrity.

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Jeep Patriot Review - 2007-2017

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CARFAX - JOUW PARTNER IN KENTEKENCHECKS

Schone schijn is er genoeg in de markt van tweedehands auto's. Maar wat zit er onder die glanzende motorkap? Als onafhankelijke aanbieder van kentekenchecks en voertuighistorie heeft CARFAX een missie: om je zo veel mogelijk informatieve mijlpalen (zogenaamde meldingen) uit het leven van een tweedehands auto te bieden. We willen namelijk dat jij je volgende tweedehands auto leert kennen. Van binnen en van buiten. En dat alles vóórdat je beslist, je leven met hem te delen.

We hebben daarvoor een unieke tool: een databank met meer dan 25 miljard historische meldingen uit het leven van gebruikte auto's. 3 miljard daarvan komen uit Europa. En deze databank groeit dagelijks. Zelfs als de gebruikte auto uit een land komt waarvan we geen informatie hebben, is een kentekencheck de moeite waard. Wie weet, misschien blijkt die kleine Italiaan wel grotendeels uit Oost-Europa te komen.

Maar begrijp ons niet verkeerd. We doen ons uiterste best om de complete achtergrond van een voertuig door te lichten, maar de achtergrond van de vorige eigenaren houden we er buiten. De meldingen in onze databank hebben op geen enkele wijze betrekking op personen. We richten ons uitsluitend op de gebruikte auto en zijn kilometerstand, mogelijke verdekte ongevallen, waar de auto vandaan komt en nog véél meer. Soms vinden we ook niks. En dat is alleen maar mooi, toch?

Waarom is uitgerekend vóór de aankoop de voertuighistorie zo belangrijk? Het is een feit dat er meer gebruikte auto's dan nieuwe auto's worden verkocht. Deze vorm van hergebruik kunnen we natuurlijk alleen maar anmoedigen. Maar daardoor ontstaan natuurlijk ook in de markt gangbare methoden en tactieken om schadewagens in goud om te toveren, de kilometerstand te manipuleren of andere dingen zoals de herkomst of zelfs diefstal te maskeren. Het zijn allemaal onvermijdelijke nadelen van een vrije markt in occasions. Wij vinden, dat je nieuwe tweedehands auto je juist een gevoel van zekerheid zou moeten geven. Daarom is ons doel, dat jij je bij het kopen van je auto goed voelt en dat je niet het gevoel krijgt, dat je teveel voor je nieuwe levensgezel hebt betaald.

Toch willen wij vooral dat je niet onbewust aan het stuur van een risicowagen komt te zitten. Wij helpen dagelijks om dit soort wagens letterlijk uit de roulatie te halen. Zo maken we niet alleen de markt van tweedehands auto's, maar uiteindelijk ook onze straten veiliger.

CARFAX - MEER DAN 35 JAAR ERVARING MET KENTEKENCHECKS

CARFAX is in 1984 in de Verenigde Staten opgericht en maakte in 2007 de stap naar Europa. Momenteel werken 100 medewerkers bij zes Europese filialen om meldingen uit het leven van tweedehands auto's uit meer dan 20 landen te verwerken.

Door langdurige samenwerkingen met toezichthouders, handhaving, ministeries, verzekeringsmaatschappijen, taxateurs, automotive partijen en andere toonaangevende organisaties zijn wij in staat om een unieke internationale databank voor tweedehands auto's op te bouwen. Met meer dan 25 miljard meldingen is deze tot nu toe de grootste databank van voertuighistorie wereldwijd. En elke dag komen er meer meldingen bij. We gebruiken deze databank als basis voor een aantal slimme voertuighistorie-applicaties, zoals bijvoorbeeld ons uitgebreide voertuighistorierapport. Zo maken wij de occasion-markt transparanter.

Ondanks deze nauwe samenwerking met instanties en bedrijven zijn wij neutraal en onafhankelijk. Want uiteindelijk is ons doel, onze klanten zoveel mogelijk voorlichting en veiligheid te bieden. Daarbij gebruiken we overigens geen persoonsgerelateerde informatie en houden we altijd rekening met de wet op de gegevensbescherming. Verder gebruiken we de informatie altijd met het oog op juridische randvoorwaarden - en dat doen we in alle landen waar we actief zijn. Van illegale activiteiten als bijvoorbeeld datadiefstal, scraping of hacking distantiëren we ons nadrukkelijk.

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Used Jeep Patriot for Sale

2014 Jeep Patriot - All around good vehicle

I really like my Jeep. I don't recall which level of the Patriot I have, but I do have navigation and leather interior, so it's a nicer model. I think it's built very well and runs well. It's roomy like you would expect from an SUV, but it has better gas mileage. I get about 22 miles to the gallon in town, and about 26-28 on the highway, which I think is awesome for a vehicle that looks like an SUV and is capable of towing. I did buy a hitch for my Jeep so I could tow, but I mainly use the hitch for a bike rack. The leather interior is nice and makes it easy to wipe off and keep clean. I don't even feel that it's a problem to ride in a wet bathing suit if unavoidable, as the seats dry very fast. The backseat is roomy, and I can comfortably have myself and 4 passengers in the car. I've ... (more)

I really like my Jeep. I don't recall which level of the Patriot I have, but I do have navigation and leather interior, so it's a nicer model. I think it's built very well and runs well. It's roomy like you would expect from an SUV, but it has better gas mileage. I get about 22 miles to the gallon in town, and about 26-28 on the highway, which I think is awesome for a vehicle that looks like an SUV and is capable of towing. I did buy a hitch for my Jeep so I could tow, but I mainly use the hitch for a bike rack. The leather interior is nice and makes it easy to wipe off and keep clean. I don't even feel that it's a problem to ride in a wet bathing suit if unavoidable, as the seats dry very fast. The backseat is roomy, and I can comfortably have myself and 4 passengers in the car. I've even had two kids and a baby seat in the back, and there was enough room. I love the stereo with the touch screen and the navigation. My only complaint about that is the manual does not give very good instructions for uploading photos to it - there is a feature where I can put my own photos on the screen and change the pictures. But, I've had my Jeep almost 2 years, and still have never been able to figure out how to put my pictures on there. The speakers work very well - they are loud enough and of pretty good sound quality. The air conditioning also works very well, as does the heat - I especially love the seat warmers! It's so nice in the winter to get inside and have a nice, warm seat. The Jeep came with carpeted floor mats, which I think is silly - it's an SUV that tows, and I think it should automatically come with all weather mats. I bought some after market. I like all of the internal controls, but my one complaint about the inside of the vehicle is road noise - on the highway, it's very loud. I wish it were quieter. As far as the outside of the vehicle, the paint job seems to be good quality. I have driven several Toyotas and always noted the paint was crap and chipped off easily. But the paint on my Jeep is very nice. This Jeep is also very sporty, which makes it fun to take camping with my son and our Cub Scout Pack. I like the storage in the back of the Jeep as well. I use my Jeep to go camping a lot with my son who is in Cub Scouts. I can easily maneuver my Jeep into places in the woods and don't have trouble getting stuck in sand or anything. On the road, the engine picks up very well and is not sluggish, and the brakes work well. I enjoy driving it and have an easy time adjusting the seats and mirrors so that I feel comfortable seeing everything around me. And, I can fit a lot of gear in it! My one complaint about storage is how the seats can go down in the back. You can put the back seat all the way down, or you can put one side down - but the seats are not evenly split. So, you can have a very small opening only if you put one side down. I wish I could have a large opening but leave just enough for one seat in the back. The engine runs very smoothly and I have had no problems with it. The stock wheels also look very nice. It has a roof rack, but I removed the bars going across to make it easier to wash the top of the vehicle. The side mirrors and door handles are painted, and the mirrors are electric. And, my Jeep is equipped with Homelink, which is nice for programming the garage door opener. Overall, I love my Jeep and would definitely buy another one.

I think what's fun about it is the sporty look of it. I can tow, transport a lot of camping gear, and it's a great looking vehicle that gets great gas mileage. On my first camping trip in it, I had to drive through trees down to the campsite and was able to maneuver it easily and even back out without hitting anything. I'm a Mom, so I always feel judged by the Dads on the camping trips. But, a... (more)

I think what's fun about it is the sporty look of it. I can tow, transport a lot of camping gear, and it's a great looking vehicle that gets great gas mileage. On my first camping trip in it, I had to drive through trees down to the campsite and was able to maneuver it easily and even back out without hitting anything. I'm a Mom, so I always feel judged by the Dads on the camping trips. But, after I easily drove through the woods, another Dad showed up in his SUV and hit a tree, ripping off his side mirror. (Evil laugh.) Watch out dads!! Here comes the Scout Mom in her JEEP!!!

Towing capability, leather interior, stereo/navigation with touch screen, nice paint job, excellent gas mileage for an SUV.

Towing capability, leather interior, stereo/navigation with touch screen, nice paint job, excellent gas mileage for an SUV.

Road noise too loud on the highway; complicated/unclear instructions for uploading picture files; not enough flexibility with putting back seat down to fit items in the back of the Jeep; had to buy after market floor mats to avoid messing up the carpeted ones that come with this Jeep.

Road noise too loud on the highway; complicated/unclear instructions for uploading picture files; not enough flexibility with putting back seat down to fit items in the back of the Jeep; had to buy after market floor mats to avoid messing up the carpeted ones that come with this Jeep.

2014 Jeep Patriot - Reliable and Fun

My favorite thing about my Jeep Patriot is that it's fun to drive. It's up high, it's reliably good on dirt roads, and it's a little spit that zooms around. I enjoy driving my car each day, which I can't say for the cars I owned before. I like that my model is simple--no fancy gadgets, no stupid touch screens, just a solid car that runs well and looks nice. The hatch is surprisingly large and accommodates most objects I have to transport (I even moved out of my parents' house in my Patriot!). The most frustrating thing about my car is the synced phone system. It rarely works correctly; in fact, I enter each phone call fully expecting the call to drop from the Bluetooth system at any given moment. This prevents me from making any important phone calls while driving. Occasionally, the vo... (more)

My favorite thing about my Jeep Patriot is that it's fun to drive. It's up high, it's reliably good on dirt roads, and it's a little spit that zooms around. I enjoy driving my car each day, which I can't say for the cars I owned before. I like that my model is simple--no fancy gadgets, no stupid touch screens, just a solid car that runs well and looks nice. The hatch is surprisingly large and accommodates most objects I have to transport (I even moved out of my parents' house in my Patriot!). The most frustrating thing about my car is the synced phone system. It rarely works correctly; in fact, I enter each phone call fully expecting the call to drop from the Bluetooth system at any given moment. This prevents me from making any important phone calls while driving. Occasionally, the voice command button panel stops working altogether. It's very odd. I also get frustrated that my car doesn't have a compass--who designs a Jeep without a compass?? Other than those things, though, I love the general setup of my car--where the buttons are, the features offered, the overall ease of use. I love the classic square Jeep look of the Patriot, and I'm sad they've discontinued that in favor of more rounded models.

One fun memory with my Jeep was when I accidentally ended up on a road that was torn up from construction and had to sort of off-road it for a while. Had a blast on all the dirt bumps. I wouldn't have been comfortable playing around like that in another car.

One fun memory with my Jeep was when I accidentally ended up on a road that was torn up from construction and had to sort of off-road it for a while. Had a blast on all the dirt bumps. I wouldn't have been comfortable playing around like that in another car.

I enjoy a variety of things about this vehicle. First and foremost, I just love owning a Jeep. There's a history with the Jeep company and there's something fun about being a Jeep person. I like the look of the Patriot, since it reflects on the Jeep styles I grew up with. I enjoy the simplicity of my Patriot, since I don't have any of the obnoxious high-tech features that come with higher-end models. I'll never understand the purpose of having a touchscreen inside your car. I love the way my Jeep drives--always smooth. I love being able to tackle unexpected bumps in the road (literally) an... (more)

I enjoy a variety of things about this vehicle. First and foremost, I just love owning a Jeep. There's a history with the Jeep company and there's something fun about being a Jeep person. I like the look of the Patriot, since it reflects on the Jeep styles I grew up with. I enjoy the simplicity of my Patriot, since I don't have any of the obnoxious high-tech features that come with higher-end models. I'll never understand the purpose of having a touchscreen inside your car. I love the way my Jeep drives--always smooth. I love being able to tackle unexpected bumps in the road (literally) and know that my vehicle can handle it. The gas mileage is pretty great, too. The autostart option on my key fob is AMAZING. I love being able to start my car from inside the house and not have a freezing cold seat when I get out there. The heated seats are awesome, too. I'm ALWAYS cold, and in this car it hasn't been a problem like in previous years. I also hate the sound of ice scraping, so having my windshield defrost before I get there is awesome. I enjoy the four wheel drive as well! In the nasty winters where I live, it's a comfort to have a car that hangs on to the icy roads.

The number one more aggravating thing about this vehicle is the syncing Bluetooth phone system and the fact that it constantly does not work properly. Almost every time I'm on a call, the call will drop from the car speakers and switch to running through my phone, but the Bluetooth doesn't turn off and I have to manually switch it on the phone. It's beyond aggravating. I have other issues with this system, too, like the phone button occasionally not working (at all) or the car refuses to recognize my phone. Another frustration is that sometimes the AC/heat doesn't kick on right away. I hav... (more)

The number one more aggravating thing about this vehicle is the syncing Bluetooth phone system and the fact that it constantly does not work properly. Almost every time I'm on a call, the call will drop from the car speakers and switch to running through my phone, but the Bluetooth doesn't turn off and I have to manually switch it on the phone. It's beyond aggravating. I have other issues with this system, too, like the phone button occasionally not working (at all) or the car refuses to recognize my phone. Another frustration is that sometimes the AC/heat doesn't kick on right away. I have to wait a few moments, and fiddle with the dials, and eventually it kicks on. The gas gauge seems off, as well. My car takes what seems like forever to burn through the first quarter tank of gas, but the last quarter tanks FLIES by. This leads me to believe that the gauge is off, not the gas consumption rate. Perhaps another frustration is that on occasion, it feels like my transmission is struggling to switch gears. It's not a super obvious struggle, but now and then I wish I had a manual and could switch it myself.

2008 Jeep Patriot - Great car except for the CVT transmission.

Overall, it's a nice little car that's very comfortable however, I feel that the main drawback is the CVT transmission. I had transmission issues with mine at only 70,000 miles so would be very hesitant to buy another. It's a cute car, attractive, sporty and functional but the CVT transmission, in my opinion, overrides the pros of this car.

Overall, it's a nice little car that's very comfortable however, I feel that the main drawback is the CVT transmission. I had transmission issues with mine at only 70,000 miles so would be very hesitant to buy another. It's a cute car, attractive, sporty and functional but the CVT transmission, in my opinion, overrides the pros of this car.

It's a fun vehicle to take to the beach and drive around in because it's cute and sporty.

It's a fun vehicle to take to the beach and drive around in because it's cute and sporty.

It's an attractive, sporty looking little car that is very comfortable to ride in and drive. The heated leather seats, especially in the winter, are a great feature. The seats fold down in the back giving plenty of room. Even the front passenger seat folds flat in case you want to put something long in the car to transport it. It gets good gas mileage and is perfect for tooling around town. It's an inexpensive little car that has a lot of extra bells and whistles not usually found at that price point making it a great bargain.

It's an attractive, sporty looking little car that is very comfortable to ride in and drive. The heated leather seats, especially in the winter, are a great feature. The seats fold down in the back giving plenty of room. Even the front passenger seat folds flat in case you want to put something long in the car to transport it. It gets good gas mileage and is perfect for tooling around town. It's an inexpensive little car that has a lot of extra bells and whistles not usually found at that price point making it a great bargain.

As I mentioned above, I had issues with the CVT transmission at only 70,000 miles and after doing a Google search on the Jeep Patriot and transmission issues, I found that I wasn't the only one. Even after it was repaired, it still makes a whining sound which I was told was because of the CVT transmission. It tends to run very hot in the summer months as well which is another area of concern for me. Also, because it has a CVT transmission, the transmission fluid is a lot more expensive than regular transmission fluid making a preventative maintenance transmission flush very expensive.

As I mentioned above, I had issues with the CVT transmission at only 70,000 miles and after doing a Google search on the Jeep Patriot and transmission issues, I found that I wasn't the only one. Even after it was repaired, it still makes a whining sound which I was told was because of the CVT transmission. It tends to run very hot in the summer months as well which is another area of concern for me. Also, because it has a CVT transmission, the transmission fluid is a lot more expensive than regular transmission fluid making a preventative maintenance transmission flush very expensive.

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