Jeep Models – Colorado Springs, CO

Are you ready to join one of the most iconic automotive legacies in the world? Perhaps you’re already a member, and you’re excited to extend that membership with your next Jeep. Either way, we’re thrilled to welcome you into the Jeep legacy, offering you a front-row seat to our exceptional selection of Jeep models and the best Jeep-buying and owning experience in the world.

Jeep has shaped the American automotive landscape since the 1940s, which was right around the time Owen Faricy opened his first dealership here in Colorado. While Jeep gained global attraction, Owen’s dealership became a cornerstone of the local community. He envisioned a new dealership experience and delivered by building a unique culture and family-centric environment defined by integrity, respect, and loyalty. For Owen, everyone who walked through the doors of his dealership was instantly part of the family.

Today, The Faricy Boys is proud to continue Owen’s legacy and introduce our customers to an incredible experience that lasts a lifetime. As Owen envisioned, we operate with honesty, holding ourselves accountable for living up to our reputation and our core values. We know you have dozens of Jeep dealers to choose from, but you decided to work with the best. We value your trust in us and commit to providing a bespoke customer experience that makes it easy to celebrate your purchase and bring your Jeep dreams to life.

So, what are those dreams? What can you expect from the Jeep models for sale on our lot? How can you find the perfect Jeep to satiate your need for adventure without compromising comfort, versatility, or practicality? As your Jeep destination, we have those answers and much more.

A black 2020 Jeep Wrangler is parked on a snowy trail near Colorado Springs, CO.

Embracing Adventure and Heritage: A Jeep Model for Everyone

Most of the world’s leading automakers have histories defined by innovations, successes, and lesson-laden failures. However, none compare to Jeep’s intricate history and incredible path to becoming one of the most iconic automotive brands in America. It’s a brand born of necessity and one that’s evolved, offering a Jeep model for everyone, with each vehicle showcasing the brand’s rich heritage and penchant for adventure. The entire Jeep lineup is a crossroads of past and present, adding to the appeal of legends like the Wrangler, award-winning SUVs like the Grand Cherokee, and powerhouses like the Gladiator.

While these Jeep models are often the first that come to mind, they’re the fruits of decades of innovation that began in the 1940s when the automaker answered a call from the American military. The United States Army asked 135 automakers to build a light reconnaissance vehicle to aid in World War II, but only three responded: Willys-Overland, Ford, and Bantam. The automakers competed to create the first official “Jeep,” with Willys-Overland naming its prototype the “Quad” because of its four-wheel drive system.

Completed in only 75 days and delivered on Veterans Day 1940, the Willys Quad eventually won the competition. After further development, the Willys vehicle was accepted into service as the MB and became an essential tool for the Army. Civilians wanted a piece of the pie as well, and Jeep gladly delivered with the Civilian Jeep or CJ. The CJ was another milestone for the automaker, proving its worth and versatility on farms across America. It set the stage for the Wrangler and Gladiator, eventually sharing the spotlight with other adventurous models like the Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Compass, and Renegade. With each new model, Jeep answered a distinct need among drivers, blending the brand’s vibrant heritage with next-level versatility and capability on and off the pavement.

A red 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee is driving on a country side road.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Grand Cherokee is one of the best-selling and most awarded models in Jeep’s history. But what makes it so extraordinary? Why do customers fall head over heels for this midsize SUV? When it debuted in the early 1990s, the Grand Cherokee introduced Jeep’s legendary capability to more people as a luxurious, family-friendly SUV that could handle life on and off the pavement. Today, the Grand Cherokee continues that legacy, with its lineup evolving to include electrified powerhouses like the Grand Cherokee 4xe and three-row chariots like the Grand Cherokee L.

The Grand Cherokee officially joined the Jeep lineup in 1993, taking its place as the more luxurious alternative to the Cherokee. Jeep struck gold with the SUV’s design, with the Grand Cherokee making a lasting impression as it crashed through the convention center glass at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit for its reveal. Shattering the proverbial “glass ceiling,” the Grand Cherokee garnered widespread acclaim for its effortless handling, exceptional ride quality, and lavish interior. Its awards in those early years included top honors like Motor Trend’s 1993 Truck of the Year and 4-Wheel & Off-Road's 1993 4x4 of the Year.

The Grand Cherokee’s illustrious tenure in the Jeep lineup is thanks to the automaker’s frequent updates and acute awareness of driver needs. While it’s spacious and family-friendly as a two-row SUV, the three-row Grand Cherokee L accommodates more passengers and appeals to larger, adventurous families. Meanwhile, the Grand Cherokee 4xe ushers this SUV into an electric future, with its plug-in hybrid powertrain paired with Jeep’s iconic four-wheel drive capability for next-level performance that never requires you to compromise.

The Jeep Wrangler

No other vehicle is as emblematic of Jeep’s history as the Wrangler, which traces its lineage back to the first Quad that Willys-Overland designed and delivered to the American Army at the dawn of World War II. The Quad’s capability and versatility as a light reconnaissance vehicle made it a vital tool for American troops. Jeep took those same characteristics and built the civilian version, known as the CJ, which eventually paved the way for the Wrangler we know and love today. From its iconic headlamps to its signature front grille and go-anywhere attitude, the Wrangler is a staple in the Jeep fleet.

The Wrangler appeals to many drivers because it can genuinely go anywhere and do anything. There’s a Wrangler for every driver and need, from the classic two-door and the larger four-door Unlimited to models with potent V8 and electrified powertrains. Moreover, these models all offer the same legendary capability and come standard with one of Jeep’s four-wheel drive systems that can satiate any need for adventure. So, how do you choose the right Wrangler?

The two-door and four-door Wranglers answer distinct needs, with the two-door offering a smaller footprint that makes it more agile and easier to maneuver. However, the four-door Wrangler Unlimited’s larger cabin makes it more accommodating to passengers, and what’s more fun than blazing a new trail with your nearest and dearest beside you? Other models, like the Wrangler Rubicon 392 and Wrangler 4xe, focus on performance. The Rubicon 392 roars to life with a HEMI V8 engine under its hood, and the plug-in hybrid Wrangler 4xe can drive silently to deliver a truly immersive experience in the woods with its electric heartbeat.

A grey 2023 Jeep Compass is shown from a rear angle driving on a winding road after viewing Jeep models for sale.

The Jeep Compass

Jeep expanded its SUV lineup in the 2000s with an influx of new models designed to appeal to more drivers. The Compass was among those models, debuting in 2007 and making history as the brand’s first modern compact crossover SUV. With the growing demand for more efficient, commuter-friendly SUVs, Jeep struck gold with the Compass and gave more drivers a reason to join the Jeep Wave family.

With the Wrangler cornering the market as Jeep’s prized adventurer, the Compass gained its footing as an efficient crossover that could still venture off the pavement. In 2011, it gained more off-road capability and the Trail Rated badge, heightening its versatility and appeal. The Compass transformed into a more versatile and well-rounded crossover capable of handling life on and off the pavement.

Today, that well-roundedness remains one of the SUV’s defining characteristics and is why drivers are drawn to the model. Sitting above the Renegade and below the Cherokee, the Compass is considered the “right-sized” SUV for individuals, couples, commuters, and young professionals who want a vehicle that balances efficiency and performance, prioritizes their comfort, and satiates their need for adventure without compromise. The Compass readily answers those needs and more, making it a favorite for many.

The Jeep Gladiator

The Gladiator has an incredible history in the Jeep lineup, tracing its roots to the 1940s Willys Jeep Truck that revolutionized the segment. At the time, no other pickup offered four-wheel drive, a feature that would take rival truck makers another decade to include. Jeep reshaped the truck segment and continued to do so in the 1960s when it debuted the Gladiator, which shared many styling features with the luxurious Wagoneer.

The Gladiator’s first run in the Jeep lineup lasted from 1963 to 1988, with Jeep showcasing its success at building a customizable truck to answer various needs. Available in several configurations, the Gladiator could be fitted with a narrow or wide box or even a chassis-mounted camper. This customization was widely appealing throughout the 1960s and 1970s, but the Gladiator’s popularity dwindled and led to its discontinuation shortly before the 1990s. Fortunately, that wasn’t the end of the road for Jeep’s iconic truck.

Jeep resurrected the Gladiator in 2020, marking a new chapter for the former icon. The newest iteration of the Gladiator sheds its Wagoneer-like roots and resembles the Wrangler, from its classic seven-slot grille to its round headlamps. The open-bed design adds to its functionality, making it the perfect work partner to tow everything from camping gear and bulky equipment to trailers. But what about its capability beyond the pavement?

The Gladiator lives up to Jeep’s go-anywhere reputation in several ways. Its renowned four-wheel drive systems give you the freedom to explore beyond the city limits without hindering its practicality or functionality. It’s a weekday road warrior and a weekend trail runner, never missing a beat as it transitions from the pavement to the dirt. Moreover, it delivers the open-air freedom you expect of a Jeep truck, with removable doors and roof panels that offer a genuinely immersive experience wherever the road takes you.

A blue 2020 Jeep Cherokee, which is a popular option among Jeep models, is off-roading through large ruts on a dirt trail.

The Jeep Cherokee

The Cherokee is one of the longest-running nameplates in Jeep history, with the automaker using the Cherokee name since the mid-1970s. While the Wagoneer was successful in the 1960s, Jeep wanted to expand its target audience and did so with the Cherokee. The new model was a sportier take on the classic Wagoneer, with bucket seating, a two-door layout, and unique design details. The combination was a major hit, with the Cherokee making history as the first vehicle to earn the Four Wheeler of the Year Award from Four Wheeler magazine.

The award-winning Cherokee quickly earned its place in the Jeep lineup, differentiating itself from the Wagoneer. However, Jeep reimagined the model as a compact SUV in 1984 and then again as a modern crossover in 2014. Each evolution of the Cherokee has further established its reputation as a functional, well-rounded SUV with a potent powertrain, exceptional capability, and an extensive list of features. These defining characteristics add to the Cherokee’s appeal as a used model, especially with Jeep announcing the model’s discontinuation in 2023.

The Cherokee’s award-winning history and Jeep’s reputation for reliability make this SUV a hot commodity on our lot. It also showcases Jeep’s success in offering tangible value to drivers, with the brand equipping the Cherokee with advanced technologies and features that set it apart from rivals. These features run the entire spectrum from safety and driver-assist tools to four-wheel drive systems, seamless smartphone integration, and premium seating, promising a transformative and engaging experience behind the wheel.

The Jeep Renegade

The Renegade is one of the newer entries into the Jeep lineup, making its debut in 2015 as a subcompact crossover SUV. Coincidentally, the Renegade set Jeep up for a record-breaking sales year in 2016, with Renegade sales complementing the burgeoning demand for the Grand Cherokee, Wrangler, and Compass. But what makes the Renegade such a fan favorite?

Smaller than the Compass, the Renegade’s subcompact footprint makes it incredibly agile and easy to maneuver. Its potent engine options guarantee an engaging experience behind the wheel without compromising the SUV’s efficiency or off-road capability, with Jeep offering its Selec-Terrain drive modes and four-wheel drive systems on certain trims. This combination makes the Renegade the most capable SUV in its segment, but Jeep doesn’t stop there.

The Renegade is small but mighty, sharing many design details with icons like the Wrangler. Its seven-slot grille and round headlamps leave no question about its Jeep roots and complement an athletic stance that reflects its go-anywhere attitude. With Jeep constantly upgrading the Renegade to offer more power, capability, and value, it’s no surprise the model is a top seller. Drivers reap the rewards, whether you’re looking for an adventure-ready model like the Renegade Trailhawk or a luxurious chariot like the Renegade Limited with its premium leather seats and long list of conveniences.

A birds eye view of a grey 2020 Jeep Wrangler 4-door is off-roading on a dirt trail near Colorado Springs, CO.

Custom-Order the Jeep of Your Dreams

What does the Jeep of your dreams look like? Have you always envisioned driving a Wrangler with the top down and the wind in your hair? Do you need the practicality of a truck like the Gladiator but also want the capability associated with the Jeep name? Whatever the case, we’re excited to bring your Jeep dreams to life.

Our inventory of new and used Jeep models is unmatched, but it’s only one part of who we are and what we offer. We know our customers have unique needs and that you may not find the Jeep of your dreams on our lot. If that’s the case, we encourage you to bring that vision to life with our custom-order process. It’s the perfect way to build the Jeep of your dreams without compromise.

Custom-ordering your Jeep gives you the chance to select every detail and feature, from the upholstery and technology packages to the convenience features and tires. As a result, you pay for what you want and nothing that you don’t need, which ensures a more exciting and fulfilling Jeep-buying process. Moreover, you can still negotiate the price and reap the benefits of our promise to keep more of your hard-earned money where it belongs––in your wallet.

Our Incredible Selection of Pre-Owned Jeeps

As the leading Jeep dealer in Colorado for decades, we know the incredible appeal that Jeep has and what it means to invest in one of America’s most revered automotive brands. We also know our role in providing the most memorable and engaging experience starts by ensuring our customers have everything they need in one convenient location. To do that, we’ve built an extensive selection of new and used Jeep models that appeal to every driving, budget, performance, style, and capability need.

Everything you want and need in your next Jeep is right here on our lot. Our used inventory is one of the best in Colorado because we hand-select every model, thoroughly vetting them for quality and operability to guarantee you have the best of the best. These models must live up to Jeep’s reputation and our high standards, but they’re also competitively and transparently priced to eliminate any doubt that you’re getting the best deal. Bringing your Jeep dreams to life is always within reach when you work with our team.

Shopping our incredible selection also gives you the freedom to explore Jeep’s rich history by browsing the discontinued models that often show up in our inventory. You’ll find plenty of staples like the Wrangler, Gladiator, Cherokee, and Grand Cherokee, but there’s even more than these best-selling icons. Our inventory is constantly expanding and cycling, as older models like the Liberty, Commander, and Patriot frequently find their way to our lot as they await their next home.

A 1940's military Jeep is parked on a beach next to the ocean at dusk.

Jeep’s Legendary 4x4 Systems

Jeep’s reputation for offering legendary four-wheel drive systems is ingrained in its history, from the Willys MB delivered to American troops in World War II to modern marvels like the Wrangler and Gladiator. People buy Jeeps because they know they can go anywhere, but why is that the case? It’s all because of Jeep’s laser-sharp focus on building sophisticated and versatile four-wheel drive systems.

Jeep’s four-wheel drive systems have evolved over the years, offering more capability and control with each new generation. More importantly, Jeep doesn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach and provides a multitude of systems across the fleet that answer a variety of needs. With full-time and part-time options available, you’ll find a broad spectrum of performance and capability at your fingertips, whether you’re looking for all-weather confidence or heightened performance on technical terrain.

From options like Rock-Trac and Command-Trac to the Active Drive and Quadra-Trac systems, Jeep delivers capability across its lineup. These sophisticated four-wheel drive systems offer a wide range of performance, from lower gear ratios perfect for rock crawling to part-time four-wheel drive that minimizes wheel slip as you navigate rainy conditions. These systems complement Jeep's other off-road components, from front sway bar disconnects that improve articulation at low speeds to skid plates that armor your vehicle against obstacles on the trail.

The Jeep Trail Rated Badge

Not all Jeeps are equal. It’s a surprising truth proven with Jeep’s Trail Rated badge, an honor earned rather than freely given. While Jeep is renowned for building adventurous vehicles that can confidently tackle rugged terrain, some are more competent than others. The Trail Rated badge showcases that competency, with models like the Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Cherokee, Gladiator, Compass, and Renegade living up to the Trail Rated expectations and earning the badge of honor. But what does the Trail Rated badge mean?

The Trail Rated badge showcases a Jeep’s competency off the pavement and is earned after the model passes five grueling tests in the most extreme and demanding environments. Jeep measures the model’s maneuverability, ground clearance, traction, water-fording capability, and articulation––all critical categories when venturing off the pavement. Meeting these demands is no easy task. Electrical connections must be sealed to confidently navigate water crossings, while optimal traction and articulation are required for steep ascents and surmounting obstacles.

By testing the limits of its vehicles on real-world trails, Jeep ensures models like the Wrangler and Gladiator can withstand the demands of the most technical terrain. Jeep stands behind its models and gives drivers the confidence to get behind the wheel and push the envelope themselves. When you invest in a Trail Rated Jeep, you know it’s proved its competency on and off the pavement and can navigate water crossings, climb boulders, and adeptly work its way around and over obstacles without breaking a sweat.

A grey 2022 Jeep Gladiator Mojave is shown off-roading on a sandy desert area.

The Jeep Desert Rated Badge

The Trail Rated badge carries a lot of weight in the Jeep lineup, and it has for decades. However, Jeep recognized the evolving demands among drivers, especially those looking for performance-oriented vehicles that offer even more speed and agility, and responded with the Desert Rated badge.

Introduced in 2020 on the Gladiator Mojave, the Desert Rated badge showcases a new level of capability beyond its Trail Rated counterpart. Where the Trail Rated badge focuses on articulation, water fording capability, and traction on technical terrain, the Desert Rated badge has an eye for performance and high speeds that you don’t dare test on narrow trails deep in the woods. Instead, the Desert Rated badge marks a vehicle designed for wide-open spaces.

Like the Trail Rated badge, the Desert Rated badge is earned and not freely given. Jeep evaluates five performance categories: ground clearance, maneuverability, desert prowess, traction, and ride control and stability. Models like the Gladiator Mojave pass with flying colors, courtesy of its groundbreaking suspension that offers exceptional handling, maneuverability, and ground clearance. The Desert Rated badge gives our customers the confidence to get behind the wheel and test the limits of speed in sandy dunes and desert conditions where chasing the horizon is nothing short of spectacular.

Go Anywhere With a Jeep Rubicon

Jeep consistently looks for ways to exceed our expectations, knowing our deep appreciation for models capable of living up to the automaker’s promise to go anywhere and do anything. The Rubicon trims are a testament to Jeep’s unique approach to not only building well-rounded adventurer vehicles but also offering drivers the chance to enjoy next-level capability. The Rubicon name means something across the Jeep lineup and has since the new millennium when the trim debuted on the iconic Wrangler.

Building on the classic Wrangler, Jeep introduced the Rubicon trim in 2003 as an upgrade to the already popular rig. If the Wrangler is off-road capable, then the Wrangler Rubicon is even more so because of its unique components that deliver unparalleled capability across the board. Jeep fans instantly fell in love, realizing they didn’t have to spend extra on aftermarket components and, instead, could invest in a Rubicon ready for every adventure right off the factory floor.

Today, the Rubicon name continues that tradition and signifies incredible capability in the Jeep fleet. Models like the Wrangler Rubicon and Gladiator Rubicon are tuned for extreme conditions and outfitted with beefier tires, more capable four-wheel drive systems, and rugged suspensions that give you the confidence to explore the unknown. These models fully embody Jeep’s “Go Anywhere, Do Anything” motto.

The lineup of 2020 Jeep models is shown in front of snowy mountains.

Try Before You Buy: Our Jeep Test Track

Are you ready to test the limits of the Jeep brand? Most dealerships offer test drives, encouraging customers to get behind the wheel for a short trip around the block. However, we’re not like most dealerships. We know that a trip around the block or five minutes on the highway isn’t enough to showcase the true heart and soul of the Jeep lineup, which is why we offer something extraordinary.

You can test the off-road performance of any Trail Rated Jeep at our Jeep test track. Located on-site, our test track gives you the freedom to safely explore the capability of your Jeep and evaluate its articulation, maneuverability, traction, ground clearance, and water-fording ability. With multiple types of terrain and obstacles, you can get a feel for how a Jeep performs without ever leaving our dealership. If you ask us, it’s a far better test of your Jeep’s capability than a quick spin around the block.

 

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