Jeep Grand Cherokee
The Jeep initially originated because of World War II, but did not become its own brand until 1963, when Kaiser-Jeep was formed.
At that time, Jeep was broken into two categories. The first category was the CJ series, which was a direct descendant of the vehicles used in the military. The second category, the Wagoneer, was designed for civilians but had the convenience of four-wheel drive. Many people consider the Jeep to be the father of today's SUVs.
Kaiser-Jeep merged with American Motors in 1970, and introduced the Cherokee and a bigger version, the Grand Cherokee.
Today, Jeep is still a very popular choice for families and individuals looking for rugged, four-wheel drive vehicles that also have all the comforts of a car. Today's Jeeps are equally comfortable in the mall parking lot and on snowy back roads.
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