You never know what’s coming next on Colorado’s roads, but you can be prepared for almost anything — on the pavement or off — in a pre-owned Jeep. These machines are made to handle tough conditions with ease, and many are fully Trail Rated for the most rugged terrain. Yet even though Jeep’s SUVs and trucks are ready for the rough stuff, buying one can be surprisingly easy. All it takes is a visit to CarFinders Incorporated, where we sell some of the best used cars in Denver. We give you the best customer service as well, along with access to smart financing solutions for people with all kinds of credit.
It’s a stress-free, hassle-free approach to buying a used car that you’ll love.
Okay, there is one thing that even a Jeep can’t entirely conquer: depreciation. But that’s actually good news whether you’re buying a pre-owned SUV or any of the other used cars for sale in Denver. In almost all cases, depreciation means you’ll pay much less for a used vehicle than for a comparable brand-new model. The exact difference can vary, of course, but it can be pretty typical for a one-year-old used car to be priced some 20% or more below the cost of a new version — even with the same equipment on board. And if you can wait for a five-year-old model, you’re likely to pay half of what you’d be charged for a new car of the same kind.
You can then expect to see additional discounts on your insurance bill. This isn’t something everyone thinks about when comparing new and used cars, but the difference in policy costs can really add up over time.
As a further advantage, it’s also important to remember that depreciation can operate without regard to a vehicle’s actual condition. So those big-time savings can apply to used Jeeps in tip-top shape, too. One look at our inventory will prove that point!
Many of the used cars for sale in Austin today are impressively well equipped, and that definitely includes a lot of the area’s pre-owned Jeeps. For example, you can find used Jeep SUVs with high-tech safety measures plus smart infotainment systems that protect and connect you almost anywhere you roam. You can also set a course for more comfortable adventures with the brand’s many upscale upgrades that bring a touch of luxury to your travels. (Please note that exact features may vary by model and model year.)
Jeep SUVs and Colorado drivers are a near-perfect match, so the team at CarFinders tries to fill our facility with as many of the brand’s SUVs and trucks as possible. That said, these are among the most in-demand used cars for sale in Denver. So keeping every single Jeep model on hand isn’t easy. The good news is that CarFinders can more than live up to its name with an expert ability to track down those hard-to-get models.
Although the Jeep brand itself was inspired by a legendary vehicle launched to help fight World War II, you can actually trace its roots back to 1908. That’s when the Willys-Overland Motor Company was founded. Fairly successful for a while, Willys eventually climbed up to become the No. 2 best-selling auto brand in the country, trailing only Ford. Then, in 1940, Willys and Ford — and a company named Bantam — answered the government’s call for a design for a new military vehicle. All three companies had a hand in the winning design, but it was Willys that earned the first contract to start producing what would eventually be called the first “Jeep.”
The post-war years saw Willys introduce the United States’ first all-steel wagon and the brand’s first pickup truck, but even a new range of models couldn’t stop the company’s financial problems. It wasn’t until Jeep was purchased by the Chrysler Corporation that it really began to flourish — right in time for rising customer demand for SUVs. Now owned by the international Stellantis group, which purchased Fiat-Chrysler in 2021, Jeep’s future looks brighter than ever!