2011 Jeep Patriot North 4WD

2011 Jeep Patriot North 4WD

Jeep lovers, it your day as the 2011 Jeep Patriot North 4WD is out in the market and Patriot has gone through a lot of enhancements and modifications to impress the passionate customers. The visual changes include redesigned front and rear bumpers, side body cladding and new alloy wheels. The fog lamps have been repositioned, and on four-wheel drive models, ride height has been increased. The thunderous Patriot was blessed from the very beginning of the classic Jeep lines that will definitely keep the vehicle attractive no matter what year on the timeline it is.

The 2011 Patriot is driven by 2.4-litre 4-cylinder engine remains on duty, producing 172 horsepower and 165 pound-feet of torque matted with a 5-speed manual, which is standard and a continuously-variable automatic (CVT) is optional. The initial model includes a gearbox with the electronic low range that’s featured in the Freedom Drive II Off-Road Package, the only way to merit a Trail Rated badge on the Patriot.

The engine easily gets the 3,300-lb Jeep moving along in a swift fashion, the agricultural sound giving you an impression that it doesn’t not want to stress too hard on the lower gear. With the shifts the sound improves and the power band is pretty useful, but the 2.4 remains a little noisy during full-throttle acceleration, giving you the true feel of sheer power.

Zero to 100 km/h takes about 10 seconds, and at 100 km/h on the highway, the engine is spinning at 2,600 rpm, higher than is expected out of this beast of a vehicle. For those buyers who want less power and more fuel efficiency in front-wheel drive models a 158-horsepower, 2.0-litre engine option is also available.

The inside of the 2011 Patriot has not changed much since the 2009 exquisite design, because elite Jeep just didn’t need improvement. The comfortable seats offer an ideal driving position to let you get the feel of the sturdy machine. The Jeep is well spaced, fitting 2 people comfortably at the back, but three could get a little cramped up, mainly because of the cup holders take up the foot space. As for the cargo space, considering the Jeep Patriot is one of the smallest SUVs around, it offers sufficient room for your stuff.

The North Edition of the Jeep Patriot is a much more interesting purchase as it includes the air conditioner, power windows and mirrors, keyless entry and cloth seats. In addition to the Off-Road Package, the 4WD drivers also benefit from the four season add-ons which include heated seats, 17-inch alloys, leather-wrapped wheel, remote starter and SIRIUS satellite radio.
The vehicle offers decent fuel efficiency delivering 9.2 L/100 KM in city and 7.2 L/100 KM on a highway.

The Jeep Patriot is an owner’s delight and it is not a vehicle that you find in every garage. The elite ride gives you a feeling of supremacy on the road, giving you absolute pleasure. The best thing about the Patriot is the price, and is a better choice over many other compact SUVs or crossovers with all-wheel drive.

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