jeep For Sale


2006
312 000 km | Automatic

Boksburg
R 49 995



2005
135 000 km | Manual

Boksburg
R 69 995



2000
245 000 km | Automatic

Vanderbijlpark
R 89 900


0878134447

2006
229 000 km | Automatic

Cape Town
R 99 995



2013
173 681 km | Automatic

Joburg North
R 104 700



2012
134 307 km | Manual

Joburg North
R 109 700



2015
110 695 km | Manual

Johannesburg
R 109 700



2008
172 000 km | Automatic

Cape Town
R 134 995



2006
225 000 km | Automatic

Pretoria
R 139 900


0110734155

2015
141 600 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 139 900


0877215198

2014
138 000 km | Manual

Joburg West
R 139 995



2013
130 488 km | Automatic

Joburg North
R 145 900


0877277319

2013
168 541 km | Automatic

Cape Town
R 149 900



2014
120 000 km | Manual

Durban
R 149 990



2006
129 613 km | Automatic

Brackenfell
R 149 995


0878133827

2015
155 000 km | Manual

Joburg South
R 154 900



2012
168 000 km | Manual

Vanderbijlpark
R 159 900


0878134447

2012
181 603 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 159 950


0878134800

2014
171 000 km | Manual

Vereeniging
R 159 950


0877248666

1980
20 000 km | Automatic

Joburg North
R 165 000



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More About Jeep

The inspiration and genesis of the name Jeep may surprise you. The original model-designation was called the Bantam BRC-40, (Bantam Reconnaissance Car). And the first prototype was designed by Karl Probst, an automotive engineer, who was hired by Bantam Car Company in July of 1940 for the U.S Military during WWII. Shortly thereafter, the military also commissioned Ford and Willys-Overland to submit their prototype models for testing, but based on Karl Probst’s BRC-40 blueprint design. It was during the test-phase that soldiers nicknamed it, “Jeep” – because it reminded them of the cartoon character, Eugene the Jeep, from the animated series Popeye and Olive.

How much is a Jeep in South Africa?
Jeep cars are available for sale in South Africa in a number of trim levels starting from under R70,000 for an older model with prices dependent on year of manufacture, mileage, service history and vehicle specification. Prices are better for base and mid-point models but with a number of variants available, higher-spec Jeep cars can retail for more than R600 000.

Is a Jeep a reliable car?
In spite of their passion for the Jeep brand, Jeep enthusiasts have mixed emotions surrounding a Jeep’s reliability! But in what context? Many Jeep owners play hard with their Jeeps and show little mechanical sympathy – that if continued unabated, pushing the vehicle beyond its limit, will result in a breakdown. Therefore, if the service book is not up-to-date, or if there is a hint of abuse, “despite the low sticker-price,” you might need to wait until you can afford a much newer used Jeep model with low-mileage.

What makes a Jeep worth the money?
This is a question that can only be answered with another simple question: “where do you want to go with your Jeep?” This is the first, and perhaps the only thing that matters; whether you plan to mount pavements at the mall or scale a steep rock-face: your purchase should be model-specific 

Is a Jeep expensive to service and repair?
Without a doubt, specific to South Africa, a Jeep is expensive to both service and repair. It is a fully-imported vehicle: therefore, some parts are more expensive than others and are not always available. It is in your best interest to buy a used Jeep that boasts the balance of its maintenance plan – otherwise purchase an extended service plan. FCA dealerships charge more for services but there are Jeep agents and Jeep licensed service centers countrywide.

Where can I find a Jeep for sale?
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