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    2017 Jeep Patriot OVERVIEW

    The Patriot keeps fooling us by bouncing back year after after. But we can now say with certainty that 2017 will be the last outing for the compact crossover, which has found plenty of buyers over the years with its low price and Jeep family resemblance.

    What's New for 2017

    Satellite radio and Bluetooth are now standard on all models, and a rearview camera is (finally) available. The Limited trim has been cut from the lineup.

    Choosing Your Jeep Patriot

    The Patriot starts out with a 2-liter four-cylinder with 158 horsepower, matched to a five-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The available 2.4-liter delivers 172 horsepower, which is more typical for this class, and comes with the manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. The bigger engine is required with Freedom Drive I, a conventional all-wheel drive system, and Freedom Drive II, which is designed for light off-road duty. Freedom Drive II comes exclusively with a specially tuned CVT that simulates low-range gearing.

    The Patriot is available in four trim levels:


    Comes modestly equipped with a foglights, cruise control, 16-inch steel wheels, cloth seats, and a four-speaker sound system with Bluetooth and satellite radio. The optional Power Value Group adds power heated mirrors, keyless entry, and power windows and locks, and must be ordered with air conditioning, which is a separate option.

    Sport SE

    Adds 17-inch alloy wheels, gloss gray exterior trim, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, heated front seats, and mesh upholstery inserts. All-wheel drive models get tow hooks, and front-drive models benefit from a higher ride height.


    Builds on the Sport SE with a folding passenger seat, reclining rear seats, and a household-style power outlet. The available Premium Sound Group adds nine Boston Acoustics speakers (two of which flip down from the liftgate) and a subwoofer. You get all that plus a sunroof in the Sun and Sound Group. There's also a Security and Cargo Convenience Group with remote start, a vehicle alarm, a luggage cover, adjustable crossbars for the roof rack, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

    High Altitude

    Tops things off with leather upholstery, a power driver seat, a sunroof, chrome exterior trim, and unique wheels. The Latitude's options package continue.

    All Patriot models are eligible for a built-in WiFi hotspot, a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment interface, and a rearview camera. Navigation is available on the Latitude and High Altitude only.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Before you get too excited about the Patriot's surprisingly low base price, remember that you have to pay extra for things like air conditioning and power windows. Unless your only concern is price (which is the case with many Patriot buyers), springing for the High Altitude makes the most sense in our view. It delivers some nice comfort and style upgrades without asking for much in return.

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