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Almost 6 years old & 127,000 miles.
2015 Jeep Patriot High Altitude Edition 4dr SUV 4WD (2.4L 4cyl 6A)
Over all we love it, not one issue in 32,000 miles. We do tow a pop up camper with it too from time to time with no issues. I only wish that it was bigger & 7 passenger... For the money it was the "poshest" AWD wagon we could find, loaded with very nice leather seating and power goodies & a moonroof. I would certainly buy another one. I do think that a 3 year/ 36,000 mile warranty is a … bit lame though, come on FCA... when Hyundai can offer a 100,000 mile warranty, it seems pretty crappy to only offer 3/36K on your cars. *UPDATE* It's just about three years old now and has almost 70,000 miles on it. It's been very reliable with no needed repairs. We just replaced the original tires at 65,000 miles, it still has the original brake pads and rotors that feel like new. The Ulink radio drives us nuts all too often when trying to make a call because it wont recognize names, and it wont link up to our phones as it should to play our music. It's my Wife's car so she does most of the driving of it, she's not too demanding on it. I however, drive it very hard. This is our fourth new Jeep product, and still are overall pleased with it. We do expect to get 150,000 miles before we replace it as my Wife's daily commuter with a newer version Jeep product, as long as there are no brake downs. It's not that we're married to Jeeps, it's just that they seem to be the best value so far. 75,000 Mile Update; Just replaced the front brake pads and rotors $153 in parts & swapped them out myself. There have been no other issues, so yes we are still happy with our Patriot. 98,000 Mile Update; Had to replace the gas cap as it started throwing a check engine light for a small evaporative leak in fuel system. The gas fill neck had started to get a little rust on it (we live in the northeast with snow and lots of road salt) and the light rust wore at the gas cap gasket that let out pressure & vapor that the emission system sensed. It was an easy fix with sanding the filler neck and spray painting it & a new $20 Jeep gas cap from the dealer. No other issues to report, it's still a great car, still looks and drives good and is still comfortable. 127,000 - 6 year update. Had to replace the plastic intake air shutter system, did it myself after watching a couple of youtube videos on it, a $200 +/-? part and a couple of hours of my time. The car ran fine but the check engine light came on and that would make it fail inspection so that prompted me to fix it. The car has held up very well, the exterior paint and the interior either upholstery still look new so we are very happy with the car. 160,000 mile 8 year update, This has been a GREAT vehicle for our family, it still runs great, paint and body still looks new and drives just as tight as the day we bought it new. Even the black leather seating still looks like new. I had to replace both rear wheel bearing units in the last year, I replaced them myself, parts were about $50 each. I also replaced brake pads/rotors & new tires since the last update. Later today we are picking up my Wife's new 2023 car, this Patriot will be staying in the family for our kids to drive.
What is a good price for a used 2015 Jeep Patriot?
- According to Edmunds.com's True Market Value calculations, the retail price of a used 2015 Jeep Patriot's most popular trim, the Sport, in great condition with 96,000 miles on its odometer, is $13,542. Prices vary by trim, region and options included. Learn more
What engine is standard on front-drive Limited Patriots?
- The 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine is standard on front-drive Limited Patriots. Learn more
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