Most Jeeps, being from Fiat Chrysler, are bad. It seems like people only buy them for the looks. The only quiet Jeeps are the Grand Cherokee and Cherokee.
Starting in 2011, the Grand Cherokee had massive amounts of problems, almost all electrical or transmission failures. The Grand Cherokee and Cherokee are the only Jeeps that have some refinement in them.
The Cherokee has been unreliable since it came out in 2014. Transmission replacements are out of control. The engine is also known to stall.
The Renagade has a transmission that stalls the car. Electrical and transmission problems are common rolling off the dealer lot or at 5k miles.
The Compass is new for 2017 and will probably have many problems. The Patriot is now discontinued. Both are not enjoyable to drive or reliable.
The most reliable Jeep would probably be the Wrangler because there are not as many problems. This is still a bad choice because the car is miserable to drive if you commute. If you off-road this is the perfect SUV of course. It isn't reliable, but it is one of the better Fiat products. You could get a lot of money off a 2017 model (more reliable, we have data) or gamble with reliability on a 2018 (no one knows the reliability, first model year means worse reliability), which is redesigned. If I had to buy a Jeep (I'd never), it would probably be the new 2018 Wrangler. It is up to date with modern technology. Sorry to be so negative, but everything I said is true.
A good alternative to a Jeep is the Toyota 4Runner, which is one of the most bullet proof cars on the road. Both the Wrangler and 4Runner have amazing resale values.
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