If ever there was a brand built for drivers in the Denver/Aurora area, it’s Jeep. This company is fully committed to the SUV lifestyle with models that are engineered for both fun in the sun and the fiercest weather conditions. But wherever you drive your Jeep, it’s a smart play to start at Auto Mart. Our sales associates — all certified by — are here to help you find a pre-owned Jeep that’s a perfect fit for your needs.


A brand-new Jeep can power through some pretty tough conditions, but like most new vehicles, it can’t conquer depreciation. Now, that’s actually good news for used-car shoppers, since a pre-owned model has already gone through a lot of its depreciation before it gets to you. Consider: The typical new car or truck sheds some 20% to 30% of its value in only its first year on duty. By the time it's been on the road for five years, the same vehicle is worth about 40% of its original value. So that’s the kind of money you’re saving when you opt for a used Jeep. Next, when you go to insure your lower-priced pre-owned Jeep, you’ll often pay less for coverage since you paid less for the vehicle itself. You can also shop for used Jeeps with confidence at Auto Mart — the Dealer with a Heart. We’re a family-owned, family-operated dealership that’s been in Colorado since 1983. You don’t stay in business that long unless you treat people right.

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Most people think only of brawny capability when they think of Jeeps, but the latest ones, including many pre-owned editions, can supply their share of modern tech and luxury features as well. (Just remember that exact features will vary by model.)

  • Enjoy incredible luxury on your epic adventures with leather upholstery, heated and ventilated seats, heated steering wheels, and real wood accents.
  • Stay connected whether you're off to work or off the road with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi compatibility, wireless charging, and 7- and 8.4-inch touchscreens that can also be used to access real-time trail data with dedicated Off-road Pages.
  • Other trail-friendly technologies include forward-facing camera systems to help you navigate over and around rocks and other obstacles.
  • Automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, and blind-spot monitoring are just a few of the advanced driver-assistance measures you can get from Jeep.
  • First-class entertainment solutions range from high-fidelity Harman Kardon audio to family-focused rear-seat media systems.
  • Open-air thrills are a further Jeep specialty that reaches its ultimate expression in the Wrangler and Gladiator with removable tops, removable doors, and fold-down windshields.


Jeep focuses its efforts solely on SUVs and trucks to satisfy owners who need a highly capable vehicle that can keep up with their busy lives. But that doesn’t mean these rides all look exactly alike. They do share an unmistakable family resemblance, but with a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and prices. Some of our favorites include:

  • The Jeep Wrangler is the original Jeep, available in two- and four-door body styles that are all configured with four-wheel drive for iconic capability in the snow, dirt, mud, and just about anywhere else. Trail Rated trims and special editions abound, so it’s easy to find the one you want, and the 2021 model year marks the debut of HEMI-powered and plug-in hybrid Wranglers for even more choices.
  • The entry point to the brand is the Jeep Renegade that combines impressive affordability and nimble handling to match its off-road skills.
  • The Jeep Compass and Cherokee provide two different approaches to right-sized two-row SUVs, complete with dynamic designs and plenty of off-road potential.
  • At the top of the lineup, the Jeep Grand Cherokee offers flagship levels of luxury, unrelenting capability, and a HEMI-power Trackhawk edition with 707hp and a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds.
  • The Jeep Gladiator is the truck only Jeep could build: It’s a Trail Rated towing machine with a high-function cargo bed.


The first Jeep was actually from the Willys company and developed to support the U.S. war effort beginning in 1941. The rough-and-ready attitude of the military models soon found fans in peacetime, too, starting with the 1945 Jeep CJ. Interestingly, Jeep also developed the country’s first steel-bodied station wagon, the Model 463 that eliminated the hassles, noise, and durability issues of old-school woodies. Willys-Overland went on to register the word “Jeep” as a trademark in 1950, and classics like the original Gladiator/J-series trucks, the Wagoneer family, and right-hand drive models for the U.S. Postal Service soon followed. The brand’s more recent history includes the development of the 1992 Jeep Grand Cherokee that originated the concept of the luxury SUV. Today, Jeep has established itself as the go-to brand for go-anywhere driving around the globe.

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