2013 Jeep Patriot ratings and reviews

Jeep is undoubtedly known for making some of the most versatile and capable vehicles on the market, but its Patriot is a bit of an oddball compared to its siblings. Although the 2013 Patriot doesn’t stand out for being the best off-roader or the most comfortable Jeep, it is an affordable option for those who like what Jeep stands for and don’t mind a bare-bones entry-level model. The Patriot comes in three trim levels starting with Sport, which gets a four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission, hill start assist, tire pressure monitoring, premium cloth-trimmed seats, roof side rails, and deep-tinted privacy glass. Latitude then adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, power, heated, and folding mirrors, heated front seats, and a reclining rear bucket seat. Limited tops the range with leather upholstery, automatic temperature control, a more powerful engine, a standard continuously variable transmission, and 17-inch wheels.

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Jeep is undoubtedly known for making some of the most versatile and capable vehicles on the market, but its Patriot is a bit of an oddball compared to its siblings. Although the 2013 Patriot doesn’t stand out for being the best off-roader or the most comfortable Jeep, it is an affordable option for those who like what Jeep stands for and don’t mind a bare-bones entry-level model. The Patriot comes in three trim levels starting with Sport, which gets a four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission, hill start assist, tire pressure monitoring, premium cloth-trimmed seats, roof side rails, and deep-tinted privacy glass. Latitude then adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, power, heated, and folding mirrors, heated front seats, and a reclining rear bucket seat. Limited tops the range with leather upholstery, automatic temperature control, a more powerful engine, a standard continuously variable transmission, and 17-inch wheels.
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