The Jeep Patriot entered the compact crossover SUV market with the Jeep Compass in 2007. Both were sold side-by-side until 2017 when they were replaced by the second-generation Jeep Compass. The Patriot sold well in the US market with sales steadily increasing in each of its production years, however, the new Compass eliminated many redundancies in the previously similar line-up.
The Patriot was released in four trim levels—Sport, Sport SE, Latitude, High Latitude—together with a few limited editions. The engine is a 2.0-liter or 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine with 5-speed manual, 6-speed automatic or CVT transmission. It is available with front-wheel drive or the Patriot’s Freedom Drive I or Freedom Drive II four-wheel-drive.
Despite its popularity with consumers, critics disliked the Patriot’s weak and noisy engine, unimpressive fuel economy, and poor safety rating. Its later models are the subject of an open investigation into airbag electrical overstress by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Like other Jeep owners, many Patriot owners have been afflicted with transmission issues and water leaks.
Abeel & Associates can help you navigate the maze of problems created by your Jeep Patriot to get the result that you deserve. We have helped many Jeep owners get repairs, refunds, replacements and cash compensation. Call our team or contact us via our online form if we can help you too.
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