2016 Jeep Patriot 4x4 Automatic

2016 Jeep Patriot 4x4 Automatic
Jeep Patriot SUV model opened as a 2007 version, this tight car assets its platform with the Jeep Compass and the unloved and exited Dodge degree, making antimonopoly job of hiding those family neckwears under conventional squared-off Jeep naming cues. Jeep and the Compass are intended to be regenerated with a solo, as yet anonymous version for 2018, though Jeep is still trading well even as it enters its 11th version year.

Jeep Patriot comes with cruise control as standard, connecting a phone to the Bluetooth system requires acting with Voice Command system, the riding wheel tilts but does not magnifier, the 60/40 split procreate rooms have all the shaping and reinforcing of a tract seat, thanks in part to full bubble overstating , offer commonsense serenity for travelers of all magnitudes. Jeep Patriot wisely eluded the rede to increase some bargain-determined noise to the device sheet with a half-baked digital equipment and went with basal white-on-black circular devices, yet the top of the elegance and much of the indoor is made of cheap plastics.

The Jeep Patriot team had to make rigid choices in command to transport an off street capable vehicle to marketplace at an agnostic value. The linear naming delivers a fairly commodious indoor and a benevolent merchandise hold. Available in Sport and Latitude levels, four wheel drive system we test includes Recon Green and Bronze color theme and a tagging care akin to the one on our same Compass experiment vehicle.

Starting Price $20,690
Vehicle Type 4 door hatchback, front engine, front or four wheel drive
Engine DOHC 16-valve inline-4, direct fuel injection
Transmission 6-speed automatic, manual shifting mode
Horsepower 172 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque 165 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm
Displacement 144 cu in
Wheelbase 103.7 in
Length 173.8 in
Width 69.2 in
Height 66.8 in
Curb weight 3422 lb
Passenger volume 102 cu ft
Cargo volume 23 cu ft
0-60 mph 9.7 secs.
0-100 mph 31 secs.
Top speed 111 mph
Rolling start (5-60 mph) 10.5 secs.
Top gear(30-50 mph) 5 secs.
Top gear(50-70 mph) 7.7 secs.
Braking (70-0 mph) 194 ft
Fuel economy (city/highway) 20/26 mpg
C/D observed 21 mpg
Pros amazing fuel ratio, respectable rear traveler space, looks
Cons low end plastics, value rises with options