Jeep offers many trim levels, often with names that sound evocative but don’t explain what they are. (And sometimes they combine them into new trims — i.e. the Sahara Altitude merges those two trim levels into a separate one). Here are a few examples to help clear things up.
Altitude: An appearance upgrade offering slick, trendy blacked-out detailing.
Black and Tan: A Wrangler variant with black paint and a tan top and upholstery.
Freedom: A variant of the Wrangler Sport S that pays tribute to members of the armed services.
High Altitude: A high-end luxury edition.
Jeepster: A variant of the Renegade Sport with visual upgrades.
Mojave: Like the Rubicon, but designed more for high-speed desert running. Only available on the Gladiator, for now.
North Edition: Models with cherry-picked features for colder climates, like heated seats and tow hooks.
Overland: A premium luxury trim offered for the Grand Cherokee, Cherokee, and Gladiator.
Rubicon: A premium off-road performance trim for the Wrangler and Gladiator. These vehicles come loaded with upgraded 4×4 systems and heavier-duty components for leaving the pavement.
Sahara: A premium trim.
Summit: A top-tier luxury trim for the Grand Cherokee starting above $50,000.
Trailhawk: An upgraded trim level for the Grand Cherokee, Cherokee, Compass and Renegade. It offers a distinctive off-road style and an enhanced off-road capability not found on the standard model.
Upland: A styling variant trim for the Grand Cherokee, Cherokee, Compass and Renegade. It incorporates off-road style from the Trailhawk without the performance upgrades.
Willys: A retro-inspired off-road trim for the Wrangler.