2016 Jeep Patriot Values

Select a 2016 Jeep Patriot trim level

2016 model year changes

The Patriot is essentially unchanged for 2016. Jeep has cut the Base model, leaving the Sport, the Latitude and the High Altitude as the only three trim packages.

Competitive comparison

Interior and cargo space; maneuverability and parking ease; safety features; tech options; off-road ability plus fuel economy

Special features for 2016

The Patriot is an unexpectedly capable city car, combining a boxy, rugged-looking traditional Jeep appearance with car-like handling, good outward visibility, an interior that's comfortable for four adults and a city-friendly small-car size. The drivetrain and ground clearance, combined with an available Freedom-Drive II off-road package, makes for respectable off-road capability as well. Even the base model includes a strong list of essential safety features.
The Jeep Patriot is far more than an entry-level compact SUV, offered in two trim levels with several sub-trims and plenty of addable options to appease picky shoppers. Standard base model equipment includes 16” steel wheels, roof rails, manual accessories, fog lamps, privacy glass in the rear, tilt-only steering wheel, 60/40 splitting and folding rear seating, Bluetooth integration and four-speaker audio system with satellite radio. Options and upgrades can add all-powered accessories, alloy wheels, remote entry/start, automated headlamps, heated and powered front seating, upgraded interior trim accents, upgraded seating, towing hooks, all-wheel drive, standard 115-volt electrical outlet, upgrade Boston Acoustics audio system, roof-rack crossbars, sunroof, leather upholstery, rolling Wi-Fi, parking camera, engine block heater, towing package, skid plates, and more. Powering this SUV is an upgradable 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 158 horsepower and 141 pound-feet of torque.