Free VIN Report on Used Jeep Vehicles
Anyone who wants to buy a used vehicle would want to shop with confidence. Buying a used Jeep is no different. Although used Jeep vehicles are known for their longevity and reliability, you still want to make sure it is a good buy! Search over 10 million registered Jeep vehicles in the United States using VinCheck.info’s free VIN check:
Enter a 17-digit VIN above to look up a full vehicle history report, which includes thefts, recalls, accidents, sales, titles, specifications, and more. This information is compiled by VinCheck.info from official government sources and made public as a free, informational resource.
Jeep Recall Lookup
FCA US has recalled different Jeep models in the past for at least 788 times for various safety issues. The Jeep Grand Cherokee, the most recalled model, has been recalled 232 times over 25 years. One of the recent recalls involved Jeep vehicles with driver and/or passenger air bag inflators manufactured by Takata Corporation.
To see if your vehicle is currently included in one of these safety recalls, you can either get a free VIN check above or visit the official Jeep Owner’s website below.
If your vehicle has been affected, you can contact your Jeep Dealership to inquire about part availability, and have your vehicle repaired. If you require assistance in scheduling an appointment for a free Takata airbag inflator recall repair, please call 866-220-6765.
Other Resources for Jeep
Other resources VinCheck.info has compiled for Jeep vehicles include:
- Jeep Owner’s Manual (from the Jeep Website)
- Jeep Safety Ratings (from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety)
- Jeep Market Values (from Kelley Blue Book)
- Jeep Reviews (from Edmunds.com)
- Jeep Cars For Sale (from AutosForSale.com)
Background on Jeep
Jeep is an American automobile brand owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (abbreviated as FCA), the seventh-largest automobile manufacturer in the world. The Jeep division (headquartered in Toledo, Ohio) operates through FCA’s wholly owned subsidiary, FCA US LLC.
The Jeep started as a four-wheel-drive vehicle which was used by the United States Armed Forces in World War II. It was so widely popular that “Jeep” became the generic term for vehicles, including trucks, with rough-road capabilities. The registered trademark known as Jeep was awarded in June 1950 to Willys-Overland, the only company that persisted in manufacturing Jeep vehicles after the war. Over the years, Jeep has built a reputation of producing sport utility vehicles (SUV) known for their off-terrain prowess.
Interesting facts about Jeep:
- Jeep Wrangler was named as one of the Most Iconic Cars of the Last 20 Years by Business Week magazine in 2009. Kelley Blue Book also recognized the Jeep Wrangler for several years for having the best resale value and being one of the models to hold its value.
- In 2004, Jeep launched its special “Trail Rated” badge for specific Jeep vehicles that passed testing by Nevada Automotive Test Center (NATC) for traction, ground clearance, articulation, maneuverability, and water fording.
- U.S. News & World Report’s list of the best used Jeep models to buy includes Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Patriot, and Jeep Renegade.
- The word “Jeep” was first used in 1914 by US Army mechanics to refer to tractors. The most popular theory about its origin is that it was the slurred version of the acronym, GP, for General Purpose or Government Purpose.
- In 1941, Willys-Overland conducted a test drive up the steps of the United States Capitol to demonstrate a Jeep vehicle’s off-road capability.
Popular models from Jeep include:
Why should I run a Jeep VIN Check?
- Check for accidents. Every year, approximately 6.0 million automobile accidents are reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
- Check for title brands. Flood, hail-damage, and salvage titles are examples of critical title brands.
- Check for special purpose designations, including taxi-use, rental-use, or police-use.
- Check for thefts. Look up a VIN to check for an active theft or previously recovered theft record.
Run a free VIN Check to uncover the full story of your next vehicle: