Cincinnati Jeep Dealer

When you think about the cars, trucks, and SUVs on the road today, which brand best represents ruggedness and adventure? While many brands may come close, nothing compares to Jeep, which secured its reputation in the 1940s when it produced the Army's much-needed military vehicle. Today, Jeep is one of the top-selling brands in the country, thanks to its reputation for building rugged vehicles capable of tackling any adventure, whether on I-71, Vine Street, or off the beaten path. As your Cincinnati Jeep dealer, the team here at Zimmer Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is proud to continue the Jeep legacy and be your home for all your new Jeep needs.

Sure, there are many Cincinnati Jeep dealers, but there's no one like the team here at Zimmer CDJR. First opening our doors in northern Kentucky in 1929, we've spent nearly a century building an incredible legacy that reflects our commitment to providing an excellent customer experience, a comprehensive suite of services, and a continuously growing inventory of new and pre-owned models. But that's only the beginning of what sets us apart from other Jeep dealers in the area. Here, let us show you!

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The Jeep Brand

Jeep has built a legacy as the brand to go to for adventure. That is because Jeep cut its teeth right in the middle of World War II. Those first Willys Overland Jeeps were built to get soldiers safely to and from the battlefields of Europe, North Africa, and the Pacific islands. The key to the Jeep's success is the unique 4x4 drivetrain that allowed it to go anywhere and do anything. This is how it earned its name, even though the origins of that name are still in dispute.

Some folks think the name Jeep came from the GP designation on those first Willys vehicles, with the markings meaning "general purpose." Others claim it originated with a magical dog named Eugene the Jeep from old Popeye cartoons. Eugene the Jeep could go anywhere and do anything, just like the Jeep vehicle. Sometimes, Popeye would even find Eugene the Jeep walking on walls and ceilings! But the word Jeep itself may actually go back to World War I. Whatever the origins of the name, nothing could compare with the first Jeeps built by Willys.

After those soldiers returned home from World War II, they told their friends and families about these incredible vehicles that were rugged, dependable, and capable. The folks at Willys Overland knew they had a good thing and began to shift production to civilian purposes right after the war ended. This included building a four-wheel drive Jeep station wagon and a Jeep truck, with both models being carried over into the 1960s.

Talking about the 1960s, Jeep introduced the Wagoneer sports utility vehicle in 1962, which quickly became a trendsetter for 4x4 SUVs, helping to create an entirely new category of motor vehicles. By this point, Willys Overland had merged with Kaiser Motors to create Kaiser Jeep, which would eventually be bought out by American Motors (AMC) in 1970. Jeep would undergo a series of corporate transitions over the years, becoming part of the acquisition of AMC by the French company Renault in 1979, which would eventually sell the AMC division to Chrysler in 1987.

Today, Jeep is part of Stellantis, one of the largest automotive conglomerates in the world, created by the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the PSA Group. Nevertheless, regardless of the corporate parent company, Jeep has retained its reputation for rugged dependability with models like the Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Cherokee, and more. The Wrangler, in particular, pays homage to those original Willys Overland Jeeps with its classic appearance but has a foot in the future with technology that is purely 21st century.

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Meet the Jeep Vehicle Family

As one of America’s most trusted brands, Jeep doesn’t limit itself to one or two models, nor should it. For generations, Jeep has represented the hard-working quality that many associate with America and its unique and diverse population. We’re not a linear assembly line of people; we’re a conglomeration of unique individuals with our own wants, needs, and motivations. No matter what your future holds and what path you decide to take to get there, you better believe there’s a Jeep for that.

For the adventurer in you, the Wrangler upholds the steadfast determination of the brand while carrying on the legacy formulated by its tours of duty overseas and popularization in television shows such as M*A*S*H*. Whether you’re hitting the road for a cruise or getting down in the dirt, it’s more than ideal. Plus, being able to remove the doors and roof has never gotten old.

If you’re someone who loves their space or are more family-oriented, your trips most likely involve passengers of the shorter and younger variety. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is the ideal vehicle for both situations. Providing exquisite comfort with plenty of room for supplies, people, and provisions, this is the ideal vehicle for the modern family who wants a little bit of kick with their commute.

If you have a larger than average family, a workload that’s more sizable than average, or you just want a vehicle that’s of an above-average size, the return of the Wagoneer is the perfect option for you. Somewhat of a throwback to the period when SUVs were larger than they are now, the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are large and in charge.

You can’t go for two seconds these days without someone mentioning a hot new crossover. Whether it’s the new Avengers movie or a compact SUV, they seem to be everywhere with no stop in sight. So what happens when the Jeep Wrangler and the versatility of a pickup become one? You’d get the Jeep Gladiator. Combining these two elements in one of the most versatile packages you’ll ever come across, the Gladiator isn’t just the last crossover you’ll ever need but quite possibly the best.

In this day and age of the SUV becoming more scaled-down and compact, Jeep offers the perfect manifestation of this in the Jeep Compass. Small, compact, and reasonably priced, the Compass gives you everything you’re looking for in a sub-compact SUV with the durability and rugged determination that Jeep has always been known for.

For those who are living within the confines of a budget but want to experience the power and prowess that is synonymous with the jeep band, the Renegade lives up to its namesake. It might be diminutive, but its heart is mighty. Far from being the runt of the litter, the Renegade is Jeep’s cost-effective offering that gives you exactly what you need at a price that’s easily affordable.

We Always Have the Latest and Greatest From Jeep

While it's true you can find pretty much any Jeep your heart desires on our used lot; we also make sure our inventory is up to date with all the latest releases from Jeep. Whether you want the Renegade for a touch of fun at a low price or a Grand Cherokee for a touch of luxury as you travel down the streets of Cincinnati, Jeep has you covered. If it's something new you are after, we have a closer look at all the latest models for you.

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2022 Jeep Wrangler

One of the best things about the iconic 2022 Jeep Wrangler is its extensive and varied trim lineup. Offering such a wide variety of trims across a price range that runs from around $30,000 to nearly $80,000 is just one way Jeep strives to give the Wrangler universal appeal. The Wrangler is still the anchor of the Jeep brand, with its signature seven-slot grille, round headlights, and open-air driving characteristics. It embodies everything Jeep stands for, especially adventure.

For 2022, buyers can choose from an astounding 14 trims, starting with the affordable Sport and culminating in the powerful Rubicon 392. Most trims offer the choice of two or four doors, and all trims include some version of Jeep's legendary 4x4 system. Every 2022 Wrangler is also Trail Rated, which means it survived a brutal series of tests for traction, water fording, maneuverability, articulation, and ground clearance. The Trail Rated badge means your Wrangler is ready for go-anywhere exploring.

If you're looking for the most fuel-efficient Wrangler, consider the 2022 4xe, the first-ever plug-in hybrid Jeep. The 2022 Wrangler 4xe starts at $54,595 and features 375 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of instantly available torque.[a] Switch to all-electric mode, and you'll get up to 22 miles of range, perfect for running errands around Cincinnati. Overall, the Wrangler 4xe delivers 370 miles of range, and drivers can manually switch between hybrid, electric, or all-gas power. The Wrangler 4xe also includes regenerative braking, which transfers braking energy into the battery, allowing you to charge on the go.

At the top of the lineup sits the powerful Rubicon 392. Delivering 470 hp, 470 lb-ft of torque, and a zero-to-sixty time of just 4.5 seconds, the Rubicon 392 is at home everywhere, from rocky hills to deep forests. Power comes from a massive 6.4-liter HEMI V8, and capabilities include an electronic sway bar disconnect that gives each axle even more flexibility, improving articulation and letting you conquer even the biggest boulders with ease.

2022 Jeep Gladiator

The perfect vehicle doesn't exist…or does it? What if you want the capability and legendary styling of a Wrangler but crave the utility of a pickup truck? Enter the 2022 Gladiator, a midsize pickup with a Wrangler core. The Gladiator blends pickup capability with classic open-air Jeep architecture, and with a starting price of $37,565, it's more than affordable.[a] It features a 5-foot all-steel truck bed that's durable enough for the toughest jobs, along with a 1,700-pound payload capacity, so go ahead and load your ATV and head to the trails.

The Gladiator provides a max towing capability of 7,650 lbs, which is the most in the category. Look a little closer at the truck bed, and you'll find available LED lighting, a three-position tailgate, and multiple tie-downs for easy stowage of gear, building supplies, or whatever you're hauling. Special trims like the Mojave are tailor-made for off-roading. The Mojave is equipped to tackle punishing desert terrain and make it look easy. It's the only Desert Rated Gladiator, which means it's at home in the sand and prepared to travel at high speeds.

Jeep offers plenty of off-road-ready features for adventure-seeking Gladiator owners, including a TrailCam, which displays a view of the terrain ahead of you right on the infotainment touchscreen. The TrailCam lets you see what's coming on the trail and have time to react––it's just as handy for navigating the streets and parking lots of Cincinnati. The Gladiator also features front and rear tow hooks, and buyers can choose from two different engines: a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 or a powerful 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 that offers 442 lb-ft of torque.

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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The all-new, completely redesigned 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee is the first major update in over a decade. Why? The Grand Cherokee's timeless styling captured American SUV drivers' hearts and earned it the distinction of being the most-awarded SUV ever. Jeep continues its quest to build the perfect premium SUV with the newest version, which features many model firsts, including an available third row of seats in the extended-length Grand Cherokee L. From the base Laredo at $38,720 to the fully-loaded Summit Reserve, you can dial in all the luxury you want, along with Jeep's Trail Rated capability, so that your adventures can continue even after family life begins.[a]

The Grand Cherokee Summit and Summit Reserve feature the most standard and available technology of any SUV in the segment. Upgrades like a separate touchscreen for your front seat passenger and a custom-designed 19-speaker McIntosh audio system highlight the long list of technologies built-in to the new Grand Cherokee. Opt for the 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen with navigation, and you'll get real-time traffic updates and clear, crisp map displays.

With all that available luxury and technology, it's easy to forget that the Grand Cherokee is still a Jeep. There are three different 4x4 systems on offer throughout the 2022 Grand Cherokee lineup, along with an available Quadra-Lift Suspension that automatically raises and lowers the vehicle to optimize aerodynamics on the highway and ground clearance on the trail. The 2022 Grand Cherokee can also haul up to 7,200 lbs, which is more than enough for a boat or an RV. Selectable drive modes are also available and include Auto, Sport, Rock, Snow, or Mud/Sand via the Selec-Terrain Traction Management System.

2022 Jeep Compass

If you're dying to join the Jeep family of happy owners but need to stay on budget and affordably commute into Cincinnati every morning, consider the 2022 Compass. This compact SUV delivers on Jeep capability without sacrificing fuel economy, and the low starting MSRP of $26,785 means it's a great choice even for first-time buyers.[a] The newest Compass model year brings tons of infotainment upgrades, including an available 10.1-inch touchscreen that runs on the lightning-fast Uconnect 5 system.

Jeep redesigned the Compass's interior for 2022, giving it a new dash with slim air vents that convey a minimalist feel. The touchscreen is prominently mounted at the center stack, and a cloth insert adds visual interest across the entire dash area. Buyers can opt for the available 10.25-inch digital driver display cluster, which can be configured to display key information like fuel level, speed, and more. Upper-level trims offer heated front and rear seats and even a heated steering wheel for a little extra coziness on chilly winter mornings.

Eight trims make up the 2022 Compass lineup, including the all-new Latitude Lux. For the ultimate in high-end premium comfort and convenience, consider the Compass High Altitude. It offers 19-inch wheels, LED headlights, taillights, fog lamps, and a dual-pane sunroof. If you choose the Elite Interior Group, you'll also get premium leather seating surfaces, a power liftgate, and extra USB charging ports in the back for your rear-seat passengers. The package even includes a driver's seat memory capability.

A silver 2022 Jeep Renegade Limited is shown after leaving a Cincinnati Jeep dealer.

2022 Jeep Renegade

The sporty Jeep Renegade returns for 2022 as a fun option for buyers looking for compact dimensions without compromising 4x4 capability. Starting at just $24,1695, the 2022 Renegade comes standard with several driver-assist safety systems that utilize onboard radar, cameras, and sensors to continuously monitor road conditions and alert you when a potential hazard is detected.[a] Systems like Blind Spot Monitoring and Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking are there to offer an extra set of eyes, keeping you and your passengers out of harm's way.

With seating for five and room left over for your gear, the Renegade is a great companion for weekend road trips with your buddies. Choose the available 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats, and you can adapt the Renegade's interior to accommodate golf clubs or other long cargo. There's also an adjustable cargo floor that you can move down to expand the cargo area. Once everyone's buckled in, fire up the available nine-speaker premium audio system with its 560-watt amplifier and open the panoramic sunroof while you head out on the open road.

Cincinnati drivers will love the available heated front seats and steering wheel when cold weather hits, along with the dual-zone automatic climate control system that lets your front passenger dial in just the right amount of heat or A/C. Heated exterior mirrors are also available to combat fog and ice-over in the cold winter months. Buyers can choose from six available Renegade trims for 2022 and select either 4x4 or front-wheel drive configurations. Other fun features include a Wi-Fi hotspot and Amazon Alexa connectivity.

2021 Jeep Wrangler

If you have been dreaming of owning an American legend, then you should take a peek at the 2021 Jeep Wrangler. This iconic model is available in two body styles––the traditional two-door and the larger four-door (also known as the Wrangler Unlimited). No matter which variant you opt for, it will come with removable doors. You can even take off the roof and front windshield to get an open-air experience on your next adventure. When it comes to customizable off-roading vehicles, no other model can beat the Wrangler.

The standard powertrain is a 3.6-liter V6 engine that delivers 285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. It is paired with standard 4x4 and your choice of a 6-speed manual or an 8-speed automatic transmission, and you can even opt for the eTorque mild hybrid system. This supplements the gasoline engine with a small electric motor, improving the vehicle's overall performance and fuel efficiency. You will really feel the torque advantage when off-roading at low speeds.

There are three other powertrain options as well. First is the turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder motor that generates 270 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. However, you can also get the Wrangler with a 3.0-liter diesel V6 that makes 260 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque. But the most powerful option is the 6.4-liter V8 HEMI found in the all-new Rubicon 392. With 470 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque, this engine offers simply incredible performance.

But you do not have to opt for the Rubicon 392 for unmatched off-road capabilities. A Wrangler Rubicon with any engine under the hood is filled with features designed for off-roading. From the locking differentials and sway bar disconnect to the skid plates and red tow hooks, the Rubicon is the embodiment of off-road performance and can travel safely where few other vehicles would dare to go.

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2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe

Out of the entire Jeep lineup, one of the most exciting models in the fleet has to be the new 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe. Jeep's first plug-in hybrid vehicle combines a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine with two electric motors and an 8-speed automatic transmission to produce 375 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. Those are some great performance numbers! Fitted with a large lithium-ion battery pack, this innovative hybrid has an electric-only driving range of 22 miles and an overall fuel economy of 49 MPGe.

Another great feature of this plug-in hybrid is the regenerative braking system. As the vehicle slows down, the energy saved is sent to recharge the battery. This helps curb range anxiety and gets you to where you need to be. As for fully charging, you can get the battery back to 100% within 12 hours using a standard 120-volt power outlet. However, if you use a 240-volt Level 2 charger, you can be completely recharged in about two hours. The Wrangler 4xe brings a new level of capability to the iconic Wrangler family while simultaneously protecting the environment that you are exploring.

2021 Jeep Gladiator

If you have been thinking about buying a truck, then we have some good news for you. The new 2021 Jeep Gladiator is the four-door, midsize pickup that you've been waiting for. Available in the crew cab body style with a 5-foot bed, this truck is very similar to the iconic Wrangler. It's an off-roading champion that can handle the same type of terrain as the Wrangler while still providing the utility of a pickup.

Just like the Wrangler, the 2021 Jeep Gladiator comes with a folding soft top, removable doors, and a fold-down front windshield. Many of the standard interior features also carry over, including crank windows and manual locks on the base trim. If you desire a more luxurious off-road experience, then look for a Gladiator High Altitude. This top-of-the-line trim is filled with all the high-end features that you could want.

There are two powertrains to choose from, starting with the standard 3.6-liter V6 found in the Wrangler. However, if you prefer diesel engines, then you are in luck. New for 2021, the Gladiator can now be equipped with the 3.0-liter turbodiesel from the Wrangler. With monstrous torque and incredible fuel economy, this engine takes the Gladiator's performance to the next level.

Just like with the Wrangler, there are many trims, sub-trims, and special edition models in the Gladiator lineup, including the rock-crawling Rubicon. However, the Gladiator is the only Jeep available in the Mojave trim. While every Jeep is available with a Trail Rated badge, the Gladiator Mojave is the only Desert Rated model. Featuring a reinforced frame, a 1-inch suspension lift, a fine-tuned transfer case, hydraulic jounce bumpers, and internal bypass shock absorbers from Fox, this model was made to sail over the sand like a breeze.

You can also opt for several safety systems on the Gladiator. Rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, forward collision warning, and adaptive cruise control can all be added into the mix on most trims. Forward collision warning will determine if an upcoming obstacle poses a threat to you and prompt you to take evasive action. Adaptive cruise control adds the ability to set a desired following distance. If traffic is flowing smoothly, the system will keep you traveling at your desired speed. However, if traffic begins to slow down, the system will slow your vehicle down to match.

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2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee is quite an impressive SUV with features that any Cincinnati driver can appreciate. You can choose from four different engines depending on what kind of driving you typically do. The standard powertrain is a 3.6-liter V6 that pushes out 295 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. There is also the optional 5.7-liter V8 that generates 360 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque. If you want something sportier, you can spring for the 6.4-liter V8 that delivers 475 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. Finally, the most robust motor in the powertrain lineup is the supercharged 6.2-liter V8, which produces 707 hp and 645 lb-ft of torque. While the top two engines are offered exclusively with a performance-tuned 4x4 system. Every other engine can be paired with your choice of rear-wheel drive or 4x4.

Standard safety features on every 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee include rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert. If any obstacle is detected behind you as you are reversing, the sensors will pick up on it and alert you to stop. If another vehicle cross behind you as you are reversing, the rear cross-traffic alert system will alert you to stop as well. Finally, blind spot monitoring will let you know if another vehicle enters your blind spot. These are great features for dense urban areas like Cincinnati.

As for infotainment, the standard system is quite advanced. Displayed on a 7-inch touchscreen, it operates with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto for seamless smartphone integration. You can stream your favorite music through the six-speaker stereo as well. With seating for five people and 36.3 cu.ft. of cargo room behind the back row, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a great family vehicle. There is plenty of space to stash backpacks or luggage, and you can even opt for an off-roading trim if you prefer.

The Luxury of Wagoneer

Just when you think off-roading can't get any better, Stellantis finds a way to deliver a plot twist. The latest chapter is all about luxury, and when we say luxury, we're talking about the extreme, uncommon variety. Visit Zimmer Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, and you'll find the all-new Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. These two full-size SUVs are set to disrupt the high-end premium SUV market with a plethora of luxurious appointments, next-level technology, and a suite of safety systems that wrap occupants in a bubble of protection in even the most extreme driving conditions. These are vehicles that must be seen to be appreciated.

With the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, Stellantis has launched a separate line of off-road luxury SUVs that cater to a more discerning crowd. They're the plushest people movers in the category, thanks to futuristic features like an onboard touch-activated safe, more infotainment touchscreens than we ever thought possible, and styling that manages to blend rugged off-roading capability with city refinement.

Do you want a vehicle that makes a statement? Are you looking for the latest iteration of fine luxury craftsmanship? Look no further than the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer, two of the biggest vehicle launch stories the industry has seen in years. This is your chance to drive a vehicle that stands out and makes a bold statement: uncompromising luxury.

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2022 Wagoneer

Are you looking for a full-size premium SUV without the luxury price tag? Maybe you're tired of the same old options, and you want something different. We have great news for you: this year marks the launch of the all-new 2022 Wagoneer. Harkening back to the days when the Wagoneer was known for three rows of seating and upper-end luxury, Stellantis is launching all-new versions of the Wagoneer under a separate brand geared toward large SUV buyers. The 2022 Wagoneer seeks to upset the full-size SUV category with a newer, more capable option that buyers will love.

Unmatched Capability

Take advantage of a big V8 and 10,000 lbs of towing capability while not compromising on interior refinements. That's a glimpse of what the 2022 Wagoneer offers. Available in rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, the Wagoneer can go anywhere you need it to with the help of its 392-horsepower 5.7-liter V8 engine. Choose from three different four-wheel drive systems for even more specific off-roading characteristics. Add the available adjustable air suspension and raise your Wagoneer up to 3.6 additional inches above the ground. The drive-mode system lets you pick from several modes, including sand/mud, snow, and rock mode, letting you tackle even the toughest terrain.

Varied Trims and Equipment

There are three available trims on the 2022 Wagoneer: Series I, Series II, and Series III. The Series I starts at an MSRP of $58,995 and includes seating for up to eight passengers and plenty of standard features.[a] The Series II adds 12-way Nappa Leather seats equipped with heating and ventilation, a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and a handful of driver-assist safety technologies. Upgrade to the Series III and add an epic McIntosh 19-speaker audio system, a digital head-up display, a Quadra-Lift Air Suspension, and the option to add 22-inch wheels. All three trims incorporate a unique American Premium design that blends iconic brand history with the most modern technology available.

Exterior Styling

We see the echoes of past Wagoneers in this most recent version, but not so much that we'd classify the 2022 Wagoneer as a throwback. It is the most modern and aesthetically pleasing version of itself in this newest iteration, a fact that will thrill buyers looking for something a little different to drive. The Wagoneer's exterior seeks to create elegance without a lot of additional fluff. It's a solid, chrome-accented style that relies on refinements like LED headlights, taillights, and fog lights to add a modern presence. The signature seven-slot grille is proudly integrated into the Wagoneer's front end, and standard 20-inch wheels are enough to give it curb presence, but the optional 22-inch wheels are extra-impressive.

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2022 Grand Wagoneer

The 2022 Grand Wagoneer takes the idea of ultra-luxury and evolves it into a level not seen before in the premium SUV class. The Grand Wagoneer protects an unwavering commitment to off-roading prowess while adding features that will evoke refinement and a new American Premium experience. To build an SUV that earns bragging rights for unparalleled luxury, an automaker must pull out all the stops, and that's exactly what has been done with the Grand Wagoneer. Across the entire trim range, the focus remains steadfastly on delivering a vehicle with unmatched elegance. What do we love about the 2022 Grand Wagoneer? Well, just about everything.

Available Trims & Features

If you could design the interior of your SUV, what would you think of first? We think topping the list is comfort and spaciousness. The 2022 Grand Wagoneer delivers roominess in spades, with expansive seating for up to eight passengers. Select the available 24-way adjustable power front seats with massage and memory, and the journey is almost as enjoyable as the destination. Available quilted Palermo Leather seating adorns the interior cabin in soft, buttery luxury, and because ergonomics are designed to put everything within reach, the Grand Wagoneer will feel like the perfect fit from the moment you slip into the driver's seat.

Choose from four different and distinct Grand Wagoneer trims: the Series I starts at $88,640, the Series II comes in at $98,640, the distinctively styled Obsidian is yours for $104,135, and the feature-packed Series III costs $107,995.[a] These are premium SUVs that contain every possible comfort, convenience, and luxury feature that even the most discerning buyers will appreciate.

Futuristic Technology

Technology is where the 2022 Grand Wagoneer really shines. Today's luxury SUV buyer wants connectivity and entertainment at their fingertips. They want the richest bass and undertones in the audio system and lightning-fast touchscreen access to data and apps to make the drive not only enjoyable but the highlight of their day. The Grand Wagoneer comes through on that wishlist, with the available 23-speaker custom McIntosh audio system sitting at the top of the list. Designed specifically for the Grand Wagoneer's interior cabin acoustics, the system delivers 1,375 watts of power that turns your daily Cincinnati commute into a concert stage. Opt for the second-row entertainment system, and your passengers will get to enjoy two 10.1-inch touchscreens that are equipped to stream Amazon Fire TV, an industry first.

Surprising Capability

You can't build an SUV that hides behind good looks and plush leather seats without ensuring it can get the job done on and off the road. Evoking the Grand Wagoneers of the past, this newest version aims to provide comfortable seating for up to eight passengers with plenty of cargo space left over to stow all the gear necessary for your next adventure. The 2022 Grand Wagoneer is also equipped with the capability to expertly get through just about any condition Mother Nature throws at it. This full-size SUV comes with standard 4x4, supplemented with a Selec-Terrain Traction Management System, Quadra-Lift Air Suspension that dazzles on the trail, and functional skid plates and tow hooks to add utility and finish out the rugged exterior curb presence. You can even take the boat or horse trailer along on your journey with confidence, thanks to 9,850 lbs of towing capability.

Consider a New Jeep

As a consumer, there’s always quite a bit to be mindful of and worry about, but knowing you’re vehicle will be looked after shouldn’t come with a hefty price tag. To this end, when you purchase a new model, Jeep covers your vehicle with some of the best warranty coverage you’ll ever come across.

  • Basic Limited Warranty: Effective from the date of purchase, the Basic Limited Warranty lasts for a period of 3 years/36,000 miles. (Whichever happens to come first.) This covers the vehicle for most of its repairs and will also pay for parts and labor with any repairs that are the result of faulty workmanship.
  • Roadside Assistance: For 5 years/60,000 miles, you'll be able to relax knowing if you need help with a flat, jump start, lockout service, or just need some gas, it's only a phone call away.
  • Mopar Warranty: One of the biggest advantages of deciding to go with Jeep is that a multitude of the parts the company uses are covered under a separate Mopar warranty. Items such as batteries, gaskets, powertrains, and brake systems all fall under this warranties jurisdiction. Some parts under this warranty are only covered for a duration of 12 months/12,000 miles, so consult with us for more information.
  • Jeep Powertrain Warranty: Your Jeep’s powertrain warranty covers the cost and labor for repairs to the engine, transmission, axel, and drivetrain. One of the best warranties that you’ll get with your Jeep, it covers a lengthy period of 5 years/60,000 miles.
  • Jeep Corrosion and Emission Warranties: Jeep covers the panels in case of corrosion for a period of 3 years and unlimited miles. They also cover the outer panels for a 5-year/unlimited mile duration and will also cover the labor costs for repairs. Jeep also has an emissions warranty which is considered part of their limited coverage that covers certain parts of the emissions system for the same duration of 3 years/36,000 miles. Jeep also covers some parts of the emissions system, such as the catalytic converter for a period of 8 years/80,000 miles.
  • Jeep Extended Warranty: If you wish to get Mopar Extended Protection once the duration has ended on your factory warranty, Jeep will allow you to transfer over to this for a minimal fee. There are various plans that range from a duration of up to 60,000 miles to a maximum length of 8 years and 125,000 miles. This covers a wider range of components in your Jeep and even covers elements of your vehicle such as air conditioning and instrumentation.
  • Jeep Added Care Plus: One of the best warranty extension packages for Jeep owners on a budget, this plan covers up to 800 different parts and has varying lengths of coverage, from 60,000 to 150,000 miles.

A red 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is shown driving on a dirt path in the woods.

Consider a Used Jeep

Many people love the idea of buying a new vehicle and would never consider buying a used car. However, when it comes to Jeep, you are really limiting your options if you don't consider buying a used Jeep. This brand was built on its ruggedness, dependability, and longevity. That is why it is not surprising to see older Jeeps still on the road today, even ones that served this country in its various wars. This is because Jeeps are built to last.

Unlike most other 4x4 vehicles, the Jeep has been designed from the ground up to provide you with the thrills and capabilities of off-roading. As a result, the engineers at Jeep make sure that each Jeep has the ability to stand up to the rigors of nature both on and off the road. Even if you never take your Jeep out on a trail, it is good to know that this built-in reliability will help your Jeep last season after season when so many other vehicles start to break down.

Many Jeeps wear the Trail Rated badge. This identifies them as having the capability of handling the most rigorous off-road trails. Keep in mind that this Trail Rated badge isn't given; it is earned. In order to be deemed Trail Rated, the Jeep model has to undergo a series of tests on Jeep's own testing grounds in the deserts of Arizona, the woods of California, and the frozen fields of northern Michigan. While the price of a Trail Rated Jeep can seem high when you buy one new, getting one used can be much more affordable and will give you comfort knowing your used Jeep can handle whatever nature and the road throw its way.

Consider a Certified Pre-Owned Jeep

One of the best ways to buy your next Jeep is by taking advantage of the Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program. A CPO vehicle is one that has had a previous owner but is taken from the pool of available used Jeeps that have fewer than 75,000 miles on the odometer and were built within the last five model years. This means that you will be getting the cream of the crop of used Jeeps when you buy one CPO, and that is just the start of the process.

Once Jeep has sourced these used vehicles, each one undergoes a comprehensive 125-point inspection. This includes checking that the powertrain and drivetrain are in working order, that each feature on the Jeep's Uconnect infotainment system is fully functional, and that any required repairs are made. It also involves checking the Jeep's vehicle history to make sure that any and all recalls have been completed. This saves you the trouble of hiring your own mechanic to perform this type of inspection before you buy a CPO Jeep.

Buying a CPO Jeep will open the door for you to an amazing range of excellent benefits. These start with a pair of factory-backed warranties to give you peace of mind if anything should go wrong with your CPO Jeep. First, there is a 7-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty. This will cover repairs to the engine, transmission, drivetrain, and related parts. Keep in mind that the powertrain is often the most important part of a vehicle to repair. The second is a 3-month/3,000-mile maximum care coverage that will cover most other items on your CPO Jeep.

The benefits do not stop there. Your CPO Jeep will come with 24-hour towing and roadside assistance. If you have a flat tire, get locked out of your CPO Jeep, need a battery jump, or get stuck for any other reason, Jeep will tow your vehicle to the nearest dealership or provide assistance right on the spot. If your CPO Jeep requires longer repairs here at our service center, you will get rental car coverage so that you can still get around Cincinnati while your car is in the shop.

If you love music as much as we do, then you'll be excited to know that you will get a three-month free trial of SiriusXM if your CPO Jeep's Uconnect system is equipped with satellite radio. Stellantis also is committed to transparency, as shown by the fact that every CPO Jeep comes with a free CARFAX vehicle history report. This will let you know the ownership history of your CPO Jeep, whether it was ever involved in a major accident, the full service and repair history of the vehicle, and whether it was ever used for commercial purposes. The CARFAX vehicle history report lets you get the facts about your CPO Jeep.

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Why Choose Us?

Before we jump into the many reasons why you should shop with Zimmer Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, it's important to know our rich history and how we built our reputation as one of the leading dealerships in the area. Long before we were known as Zimmer CDJR, a young Ed Zimmer launched his Plymouth franchise in northern Kentucky in 1929. A few years later, he added Desoto to the lineup before he was forced to move to a new location due to the construction of I-75 in 1938. After years of selling used cars, Zimmer reentered the new car business and added Studebaker, Plymouth, and Chrysler to the lineup. This trend continued as the next generation of the Zimmer family took over the family business, adding Jeep and Eagle to the lineup and eventually giving our dealership its current name.

Inventory

One of the top reasons to choose Zimmer CDJR is our extensive inventory of new and pre-owned vehicles. There are no two drivers that are alike, and we provide a wide range of options that are ideal for everyone, no matter what their situation might be. Whether you're looking for an off-road vehicle like the Jeep Wrangler, a family van like the Chrysler Pacifica, a powerful sedan like the Dodge Charger, or a workhorse like the Ram 3500, we've got you covered. When you visit the dealership, you'll find all the latest models from Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram, as well as a variety of pre-owned vehicles on the lot. Whether it just rolled off of the assembly line or is a pre-owned model, all of the vehicles we deal with are held to the highest standards of quality. We have something for everyone; just ask our sales team to show you around or venture online to browse our virtual showroom. We’ll take the time to listen to what you’re looking for, take all of your needs into consideration, and help you find the perfect vehicle to give you the quality of life you deserve.

Service, Parts, and Body Shop

The biggest part of owning a vehicle is ensuring it operates at its best, which means keeping track of routine maintenance and having major repairs done by a reputable service department and body shop. There’s more to purchasing a vehicle than simply acquiring a consumer good. A vehicle is an investment, and making sure it runs properly with the occasional expertise of a qualified technician is one of the best ways you can recoup the cost and have an adequate return on the time and money you’ve invested into your vehicle.

Here at Zimmer CDJR, we can do it all thanks to our diverse history in the industry, which has given us the ability and expertise to work on a variety of makes and models. After all, we started as a Plymouth dealership nearly a century ago! And just like the staff who operated all that time ago, our technicians are in a constant state of learning all of the changes in technology and engineering that our inventory acquires each and every year. By staying ahead of the game, we make sure your vehicle stays ahead of the curve. That’s how you benefit from our expertise.

Aside from our expertise, we know that servicing a vehicle can be an inconvenience for Cincinnati drivers. We've done our best to make routine maintenance less of a hassle with our Express Lane, which is great for battery checks, oil changes, etc., without an appointment. When it comes to bigger repairs like collision work, our body shop is staffed by certified technicians who can tackle any job on any make and model. We also work with all major insurance providers, which takes even more stress off you.

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Financing

One of everyone's least favorite parts of the car-buying experience is dealing with the financial side. Will you get approved for credit? How exactly does a lease work? What's the value of your trade, and are you getting the best deal? The Zimmer CDJR finance team can answer all those questions and more.

Owning a vehicle is a big financial commitment which means you want to find the best deal possible. Luckily we can help. The difference between Zimmer CDJR and so many other dealerships is that we’re just as committed to getting you behind the wheel as you are. We’re here to work with you every single step of the way, find out what works best for you and help you work within the confines of your own budget, whether that means finding a great lender for a loan or setting you up with an excellent lease.

We want every customer to leave satisfied and confident in their purchase. This is why we offer competitive rates that are direct from local Cincinnati lenders, in addition to many different finance programs to meet a variety of needs. Our extended warranty programs are designed to give you further peace of mind and protect your investment. You can learn more about these and other programs by visiting with our team or venturing online, where you can apply for financing, calculate payments, and value your trade.

The Zimmer Promise

If our extensive inventory, service center, body shop, and finance department didn't sell you on Zimmer CDJR, then the Zimmer Promise certainly will! We created the Zimmer Promise program to reward our loyal customers with ways to earn additional savings when they work with us. The Gold Promise is free of charge and includes a lifetime engine guarantee and powertrain warranty with your purchase. It also includes two years of free oil changes, multi-point inspections, pre-vacation check-ups, battery checks, and body shop estimates. Gold members also receive complimentary shuttle service and lifetime access to the loaner vehicle program, as well as a trade-in bonus and discount on accessories.

The Platinum Promise takes our services up a notch by offering a lifetime powertrain warranty and three years of oil changes. Platinum members also receive five years of complimentary battery checks, pre-vacation check-ups, multi-point inspections, roadside assistance, windshield repair protection, tire and wheel protection, and key and fob replacement. Additional benefits include a 10% discount on accessories and a $500 future trade-in bonus.

The Zimmer promise is another way in which we believe in holding ourselves to the highest quality of service to our customers. Looking after you is always our top priority. So when that check engine light comes on, just focus on the road ahead, and leave the problem solving to us.

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Getting to Us from Cincinnati

Conveniently located at 1086 Burlington Pike in Florence, we're about twenty minutes from Cincinnati via I-71 S or I-471 S. If you're coming from I-71 S, you'll travel down the highway before taking Exit 181 for KY-18. After using one of the right two lanes to turn right onto KY-18 W/Burlington Pike, travel past the Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews and look for Zimmer CDJR on your right across from Dunkin'.

For our customers coming from I-471 S, you'll travel down the highway before taking Exit 1B to merge onto I-275 W toward I-71/I-75/Airport. Continue driving for 8.3 miles before using one of the right two lanes to take Exit 84 for I-71 S/I-75 S. You'll travel another 1.6 miles and keep left to merge onto I-71 S/I-75 S, and then, after 2.2 miles, you'll take Exit 181 for KY-18. Use one of the right two lanes to turn right onto KY-18 W/Burlington P. You'll stay on this road for approximately two minutes, and Zimmer CDJR will be on your right. If you reach the lights at Zig Zag Road, you've gone too far.

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