Jeep Car Insurance

Jeep traces its roots to the early years of World War II, when a car company called Willys-Overland Motors developed the Willys MB: a four-wheel-drive vehicle for the U.S. Army that was, as WWII reporter Ernie Pyle said, as “faithful as a dog, as strong as a mule, and as agile as a goat.” Willys made Jeeps for civilian use — the first sport utility vehicles — after the war. The Jeep brand was bought by Chrysler in 1987. Today, Jeep makes several popular SUVs, such as the Grand Cherokee and the Liberty, as well as the beloved Wrangler.

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