Used 2010 JeepPatriot Sport SUV 4

      Exterior Color
      Sunburst Orange Pearl
      Interior Color
      Dark Slate Gray Light Pebble Beige
      Odometer
      160720
      Fuel Economy
      23/27 MPG City/Hwy
      Transmission
      Variable
      Engine
      4
      VIN
      1J4NT2GA4AD506507
      Stock Number
      22024V
      Jeep Patriot
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      Detailed Specifications

      • 1st and 2nd row curtain head airbags
      • 4-wheel ABS Brakes
      • ABS and Driveline Traction Control
      • AM/FM stereo
      • Body-colored grille
      • Braking Assist
      • Bucket front seats
      • Cargo area light
      • Center Console: Full with covered storage
      • Chrome center console trim
      • Chrome shift knob trim
      • Clock: In-radio display
      • Cloth seat upholstery
      • Coil front spring
      • Coil rear spring
      • Curb weight: 3,108 lbs.
      • Digital Audio Input
      • Driver Seat Head Restraint Whiplash Protection
      • Dual vanity mirrors
      • External temperature display
      • Fold forward seatback rear seats
      • Four-wheel Independent Suspension
      • Front Head Room: 41.0"
      • Front Leg Room: 40.6"
      • Front Shoulder Room: 54.6"
      • Front Ventilated disc brakes
      • Front and rear suspension stabilizer bars
      • Front reading lights
      • Fuel Capacity: 13.6 gal.
      • Fuel Consumption: City: 23 mpg
      • Fuel Consumption: Highway: 28 mpg
      • Fuel Type: Regular unleaded
      • Gross vehicle weight: 4,435 lbs.
      • Head Restraint Whiplash Protection with Passenger Seat
      • In-Dash single CD player
      • Independent front suspension classification
      • Independent rear suspension
      • Instrumentation: Low fuel level
      • Interior air filtration
      • MP3 player
      • Manual driver mirror adjustment
      • Manual front air conditioning
      • Manual passenger mirror adjustment
      • Manufacturer's 0-60mph acceleration time (seconds): 7.5 s
      • Max cargo capacity: 54 cu.ft.
      • Multi-link rear suspension
      • Overall Length: 173.6"
      • Overall Width: 69.1"
      • Overall height: 64.4"
      • Passenger Airbag
      • Power steering
      • Privacy glass: Light
      • Rear Head Room: 39.9"
      • Rear Leg Room: 39.4"
      • Rear Shoulder Room: 54.0"
      • Rear Stabilizer Bar: Regular
      • Rear bench
      • Regular front stabilizer bar
      • Roof rails
      • Silver styled steel rims
      • Spare Tire Mount Location: Inside under cargo
      • Stability control with anti-roll control
      • Steel spare wheel rim
      • Strut front suspension
      • Suspension class: Touring
      • Tachometer
      • Tilt-adjustable steering wheel
      • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
      • Total Number of Speakers: 4
      • Urethane steering wheel trim
      • Variable intermittent front wipers
      • Vehicle Emissions: ULEV II
      • Wheel Diameter: 16
      • Wheel Width: 6.5
      • Wheelbase: 103.7"

      Dealer Notes

      This vehicle runs, but has some issues including a hole rusted through the frame.  It would be best used for parts.  Call Jeff to make an offer.

      KBB.com Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
      Overall4.2Out of 5
      • The Cheaper Jeep

        By Chris on Monday, February 08, 2016

        4.0
        Jeep is well known for off road capabilities and overall the patriot will do the job off road. I recently traded in my patriot for a wrangler. I liked driving my patriot and only had a complaint about the quality of certain things in the car such as the weather molding coming undone after 6 months. Little things like the radio would randomly act up and cause minor headaches. Although I generally liked my patriot the most alarming thing is how horribly these patriots hold their value. Upon wanting to trade I was told my Jeep had depreciated over $9,000 and had to trade in with negative equity. They had over 20 patriots on the lot and only 2 wranglers. Simply put I think if you can afford a little higher payment it is worth investing in a wrangler. The resale value stays extremely strong for wranglers and I personally just love owning a wrangler! Although the patriot makes a great family car for a cheaper initial price tag.
      • Great vehicle for the price

        By Gordo on Sunday, November 27, 2011

        5.0
        My wife had a Jeep Liberty and we were looking for something that got better fuel mileage but still 4wd. The jeep patriot is still just as roomy and fun to drive. I would recommend this vehicle to family of 4 and anyone who lives in a winter climate.
      • Money pit!! Avoid at all costs

        Wednesday, September 01, 2021

        1.0
        We bought this Jeep brand new. Have replaced the transmission, head, water pump, radiator, transmission dipstick (it fell off and almost lodged into the fan), it dies while driving yearly which is fixed by replacing the camshaft and crankshaft sensor. Have put almost $7,000 in repairs. We took it for its routine oil changes, brake service, tune up and STILL these issues appeared. I messaged and called Jeep/Mopar about these issues and never receive a response, so I vowed to tell anyone and everyone to AVOID JEEP PRODUCTS. Absolutely ruined my excitement over buying my first new car.

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