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Jeep Patriot Reviews from Consumer Reports

Jeep Patriot Reviews

The Jeep Patriot is a 4-door SUV offered in a Sport FWD, Latitude 4x4, Latitude FWD, Sport 4x4, High Altitude FWD, High Altitude 4x4, Sport SE FWD, Sport SE 4x4, 75th Anniversary Edition FWD *Ltd Avail* and 75th Anniversary Edition 4x4 *Ltd Avail*. The powertrains include 2.0-liter 4 (158 hp) and 2.4-liter 4 (172 hp) engines, and 5-speed manual, 6-speed automatic and CVT transmissions. It is Front or permanent 4WD wheel drive. EPA-rated fuel economy ranges from NA mpg city to NA mpg highway. The Patriot uses Regular fuel.

Competing models include Kia Sportage, Ford Escape, Mitsubishi Outlander, Subaru Forester, Hyundai Tucson, Jeep Cherokee, Mazda CX-5, Nissan Rogue, Toyota RAV4, Volkswagen Tiguan and Honda CR-V.

Last Model Reviewed: 2011

Reviewed Jeep Patriots from Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports has placed the following models through over 50 tests at our test track:

  • 2011 Jeep Patriot Latitude 4-cyl CVT
  • 2009 Jeep Patriot Sport 4-cyl CVT
  • 2007 Jeep Patriot Limited 4-cyl CVT

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