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If you are looking for used Jeeps for sale in Costa Mesa, CA, then we’ve got the perfect selection for you. Available right here at Orange Coast, our dealership is stocked with the coolest Jeep models you can find in the area. Our certified pre-owned fleet has undergone rigorous inspections to ensure that each vehicle is sound. You can rest assured knowing that you purchased a great used car from us.
Our team of friendly auto experts is available to assist you in picking the right match. Among the pack, you can find models like the Cherokee, Compass, Grand Cherokee, Patriot, and Wrangler models abundant (though, our used model inventory is regularly changing). No matter what, we've got something for everyone. Whether you want a traditional style Jeep or something more suited for a family, you can find it here at Orange Coast. Since these are pre-owned vehicles, there is no telling which ones we will have in stock at any given time. This means that you could possibly find special editions among the lineup as well as conventional models. All you have to do is start looking. Give us a call to find out more about our current inventory.
First released in 1984, the Jeep Cherokee is a compact SUV that can carry five passengers. It was the first Jeep model to use a ladder-boxed chassis with a single monocoque unit as opposed to the body-on-frame construction used on other SUVs at the time. Available with two or four-door body styles, this durable, lightweight vehicle was a breath of fresh air on a stagnant market. There are numerous trim levels that you may encounter during your search. These vary greatly depending on the model year.
If you happen to come across a 2014 model, for example, it will be in one of four trims. These are similar to what you will see across more recent used Cherokee years. The base Sport model includes an infotainment interface displayed on a 5-inch touchscreen that operates with Bluetooth for audio and phone connectivity. The Latitude upgrades this system to an 8.4-inch touchscreen and adds LED cabin lights, smartphone integration, and a better stereo. The Trailhawk is the off-roading model that includes tow hooks and skid plates to protect against underside damage while going over rocky terrain. Finally, the Limited adds luxury features such as heated leather seating. More recent model years may also include tech and safety enhancements like rain-sensing wipers, forward collision warning, lane-keeping assist, emergency braking, and more.
A new addition to the Jeep lineup is the Compass. Like the Cherokee, it is a compact SUV that can seat five people comfortably. However, this vehicle was released in 2007 after being introduced at the North American International Auto Show. Originally, its intended purpose was to meet the needs of urban drivers in a way that Jeep’s off-roading vehicles could not. Typically, it can be found in one of three trim levels, including the Sport, Latitude, and Limited. However, this can vary depending on the model year.
For example, the 2016 Jeep Compass can found in two main trims (Sport and Latitude) or two sub-trims (Sport SE and High Altitude Edition). Roof rails on this model are standard for securing extra luggage or oddly shaped items to the top of the vehicle. Higher trims may include heated leather seats, a USB port, and a sunroof. You may even be able to find a used Compass that includes a towing package. This will add hooks to pull up to 1,500 pounds of extra weight.
Slightly larger but still only able to seat five people, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is a mid-size SUV that is great for active families who enjoy traveling. The first-generation was released all the way back in 1993 and was considered to be a luxury SUV. Since 2011, the fourth-generation has been in production. Its sleek, unibody design features leather upholstery and wood accents throughout the cabin.
One model that you are likely to come across during your used Jeep search is the 2017 version. It is available in five trims, including the Laredo, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, and Summit. All of these models can be found with RWD or 4WD except the Trailhawk. It is only available in 4WD because it was specially designed for off-roading. Standard features on the 2017 Grand Cherokee include an infotainment interface displayed on a 5-inch touchscreen, a USB port, Bluetooth connectivity, dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, and keyless ignition/entry.
The top-tier Summit model adds advanced safety features such as blindspot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and more. Any newer used Grand Cherokee on a higher trim will have these features. That’s the best part about purchasing a not-so-old used vehicle. You get all the perks of the latest technology without the factory price tag.
One of the lesser-known Jeep models is the Patriot. It was overshadowed by the Compass when they were both introduced to the market in 2007. It only lasted for ten years and was discontinued by 2017. However, you can still find a few of these used Jeep models lurking on dealership lots.
Let’s look at the 2016 version as an example. It can be found in two primary trims (Sport and Latitude) or two sub-trims (Sport SE and High Altitude Edition), just like it’s brother, the Compass. Earlier models can also be found in the Limited trim, but that model was discontinued by 2016. Standard features include Bluetooth phone/audio connectivity and satellite radio.
As the most recognizable Jeep model, the Wrangler has been released in four generations since 1986. It is one of the most customizable vehicles available on the market. There’s really no telling what you’ll find when you start searching for this versatile ride. It comes in two- or four-door body styles and can feature a hardtop or a soft top. You can remove the roof and doors to make this the ultimate adventure vehicle. There are also so many special edition models that we could write a book just on those!
For simplicity’s sake, let’s look at the latest fourth-generation version. These feature a fold-flat windshield and zipperless soft tops making customization even easier. The Sahara and Rubicon are two of the most popular trims for this generation. The Sahara features the Uconnect infotainment interface that operates on a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. On the other hand, the Rubicon is geared more towards off-roading. It gets a heavy-duty Dana M210 front axle and an M220 rear axle for better handling over rocky terrain. It also features rock rails and an electronically-disconnecting front roll bar.