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If you’re getting bored of paved roads and want to explore some rougher terrain, a Jeep® SUV is the perfect vessel. All Jeep models are adept for off-road adventures, and we'll highlight a couple below to give you a taste of what you can expect.

Jeep Wrangler

Once the ground gets rocky, you will immediately notice that the Jeep Wrangler keeps its composure, and this is partly due to its solid-axle suspension system. This four-wheel drive Jeep also comes with a two-speed transfer case, along with up to 10.8 inches of ground clearance. Protective skid plates and tow hooks are standard, and available features include an electronic disconnecting sway bar and limited-slip locking differentials. For the best off-roading experience, you'll want to go with the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, which comes with locking front and rear differentials, all-terrain tires, and rock sliders.

Jeep Grand Cherokee

While rear-wheel drive comes standard in most Jeep Grand Cherokee trims, four-wheel drive is available. When you choose 4WD, you will have four systems to pick from: Quadra-Trac® I, Quadra-Trac® II, Quadra-Drive II, and Quadra-Trac® Active On Demand. In addition, you can opt for hill ascent and descent control, a limited-slip differential, and the Quadra-Lift air suspension system. On top of that, one of two traction management systems is added to your Jeep Grand Cherokee

Get Behind the Wheel of a New Jeep

To really see what these new Jeep models can do, take them out for a test drive here at Heritage Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM Owings Mills. We look forward to your visit!

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