Jeep got its start building the U.S. Army all-purpose field vehicle during World War II and has soldered on through the decades under a number of different owners. Its current parent, Chrysler Group is wholly owned by Fiat. The first Willys MB Jeeps were produced in 1941, making it the oldest off-road vehicle brand, with the first civilian models produced in 1945. Today, Jeep's line consists of crossovers and SUVs that excel in off-road situations, highlighted by the Grand Cherokee

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