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2010 Jeep
Patriot
Stock #:
Engine:
Trans:
Color:
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VIN:
P14775
4
Automatic
Stone White
91,562
1J4NF2GB9AD604495
Four Wheel Drive
Power Steering
ABS
4-Wheel Disc Brakes
Steel Wheels
Tires - Front All-Season
Tires - Rear All-Season
Temporary Spare Tire
Intermittent Wipers
Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers
AM/FM Stereo
CD Player
MP3 Player
Auxiliary Audio Input
A/C
Cloth Seats
Bucket Seats
Pass-Through Rear Seat
Rear Bench Seat
Floor Mats
Adjustable Steering Wheel
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VIN: 1J4NF2GB9AD604495
2010 Jeep Patriot 4WD 4dr Sport *Ltd Avail*
model year:
2010
body type:
Utility
division:
Jeep
market class name:
4WD Sport Utility Vehicles
model name:
Patriot
manufacturer identifier:
United States Jeep MPV
style and trim:
4WD 4dr Sport *Ltd Avail*
driving wheels:
4x4
ENTERTAINMENT
Air conditioning
Fixed long-mast antenna
MECHANICAL
(4) speakers
Hill start assist
EXTERIOR
2.4L DOHC 16V I4 Dual-VVT engine
Rear window wiper/washer
Touring suspension
Black door handles
120-amp alternator
Variable intermittent windshield wipers
525-amp maintenance-free battery
Fold-away manual mirrors
Four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes
Halogen headlamps
Rear stabilizer bar
Accent color liftgate applique
Pwr rack & pinion steering
Body color fascias
Four wheel drive
Side roof rails
SAFETY
Liftgate door w/fixed glass
Electronic stability program
Compact spare tire
Front & rear side curtain airbags
INTERIOR
Electronic roll mitigation
Full-length floor console
Multistage dual front airbags
120 MPH speedometer
Brake assist
No lumbar adjust
Child safety rear door locks
Sliding armrest
Full floor carpeting
Instrumentation w/tachometer
Interior removeable/rechargeable lamp
Active head restraints
Fold-flat cargo floor
Outside temp gauge
Front dome light
Sliding sunvisors w/vanity mirrors
Bright interior accents
Illuminated cupholders
Pwr accessory delay
Rear seat heat ducts
Air filtration
Map & dome reading lamps
Rear window defroster
Sentry Key theft-deterrent system
Tilt steering column
Standard Features, Technical Specifications, Awards and Accolades
VIN: 1J4NF2GB9AD604495
2010 Jeep Patriot 4WD 4dr Sport *Ltd Avail*
model year:
2010
body type:
Utility
division:
Jeep
market class name:
4WD Sport Utility Vehicles
model name:
Patriot
manufacturer identifier:
United States Jeep MPV
style and trim:
4WD 4dr Sport *Ltd Avail*
driving wheels:
4x4
Exterior Dimensions
Height, Overall 65.7
Width, Max w/o mirrors 69.1
Length, Overall 173.6
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2010 Jeep Patriot
Attractive price,
appealing features,
impressive
capabilities.
By New Car Test
Drive
Overview
The Jeep Patriot is a compact SUV with plenty of room inside, using a powerful and
economical 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that gets an EPA-rated 25 city and 29 highway
miles per gallon, with four-wheel drive and a five-speed manual transmission.
It's basically built on the platform of the Dodge Caliber, but you'd never know it. It's
unmistakably a Jeep, and looks like a cross between a Liberty and the new Compass; or
maybe a three-quarter scale version of the big Commander.
Although the Patriot is more than four inches shorter than the redesigned 2007 Honda
CR-V, there's nearly an inch more legroom in the rear seat: a healthy 39.4 inches. The
standard 60/40 split rear seat folds flat, and a flat-folding front passenger seat is optional;
with all the seats flat, you can put an eight-foot kayak inside.
The Jeep Patriot is a terrific value with two-wheel drive, manual doors and windows, and
no air conditioning. More reasonably equipped, in 4WD, it's more, but still relatively
inexpensive.
Standard equipment includes the manual transmission, vinyl seats, AM/FM/CD/MP3
with four speakers, halogen headlamps, rear wiper, roof rails, fold-flat rear seats, brake
traction control, and 16-inch steel wheels with all-season tires. Standard safety equipment
includes anti-lock brakes, multi-stage front airbags, side airbag curtains, electronic
stability control and electronic roll mitigation.
As it's programmed in the Patriot, the optional Continuously Variable Transaxle
(replacing the automatic transmission) is too weird to be comfortable. The same CVT is
used in the Jeep Compass, and it works well. The difference is that in the Compass (and
Dodge Caliber) the CVT has autostick, so you can manually shift it.
Its 2.4-liter engine makes 172 horsepower and 165 pound-feet of torque, and that's
plenty. You can be going uphill at 75 miles per hour, and it will still accelerate for you.
The independent suspension is as good as the engine, delivering steadiness and comfort
in every abusive situation we could find for it, during a long day of driving on every
surface from patchy two-lanes, to hard-packed dirt roads, to sandy off-road trails, to
shallow rivers, to deep gullies. For the off-road parts, we drove a Jeep with the optional
Freedom II off-road package that makes the Patriot Trail Rated and raises the price by
about $2000.
On twisty roads and maneuvering around-town, the Patriot feels light and nimble. The
turn-in is sharp. The body is well isolated from the wheels. You can hit a bump with one
wheel without your head being tossed. You can hear the tires hitting the expansion strips
on the freeway, but you can't feel it.
With the CVT in low range, Hill Descent Control is automatically engaged. This keeps
the Jeep under five mph and under control, going down steep hills, even icy ones. You
can take both feet off the pedals and it will do its thing.
Model Lineup
The Jeep Patriot comes in two models, Sport and Limited, with a choice of 2WD and
4WD.
The Sport 2WD and 4WD comes standard with a 172-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine
and a five-speed manual transmission, vinyl seats, AM/FM/CD/MP3 with four speakers,
halogen headlamps, rear wiper, roof rails, fold-flat 60/40 rear seats, and 16-inch steel
wheels with all-season tires. Air conditioning and cruise control do not come standard,
and the windows, mirrors and door locks are manual.
Air conditioning is optional ($850). Power windows, mirrors and door locks with remote
entry are part of a Power Equipment Group ($995). Another package has cruise control.
A more complete package includes all those things plus tinted windows, map and dome
lights, driver seat height adjustment, fold-flat front passenger seat, reclining rear seats,
115-volt outlet, foglamps and roofrail crossbars.
The Limited 2WD ($19,985) and 4WD ($21,785) adds most if not all of the options in the
groups, as well as 17-inch aluminum wheels, foglamps, passenger grab handles, chrome
roofrails and other trim, and leather-trimmed seats.
A Continuously Variable Transaxle is available for the 2.4-liter engine as well as a 2.0liter engine.
The off-road package is called Freedom Drive II, and uses the CVT with lower ratios; it
adds skid plates, tow hooks, foglamps, all-terrain tires and a full-size spare tire. The
Freedom II package is available for Sport 4WD ($19,175) and Limited 4WD ($23,130).
Options include a Trailer Tow Prep Group with engine oil cooler and wiring harness
($130); a 458-watt Boston Acoustic premium sound system with nine speakers and
steering wheel controls ($495); six-disc CD ($320); 6CD with navigation ($1395); Yes
Essentials seating material ($250); heated seats ($250); sunroof ($800); and 17-inch allterrain tires ($140).
Safety features include frontal airbags, curtain airbags; electronic stability control, ABS,
electronic brake-force distribution.
Walkaround
The Patriot is unmistakably a Jeep. It looks like a Jeep all
the way: more so than the stylish Cherokee or big boxy
Commander. The windshield and backlight are relatively
vertical, and the bumpers are defined and not molded into
the fascia. They're silver on the Limited and body-colored on the Sport; we think the
Sport is cleaner looking.
The Jeep Patriot is considered a compact, built on the platform of the Dodge Caliber, but
you'd never know it, because it doesn't look that small. It's almost exactly the same size
as the new Jeep Compass but it looks more rugged, lacking the rounded edges of the
gentrified Compass. It looks more like a Liberty, or maybe like a baby Commander. It's
classic, the way it should be.
Interior Features
The seating position is high in the Patriot, two inches
higher than in the Caliber; with the upright windshield,
the forward visibility inspires confidence. The Jeep
Patriot Sport's standard front seats have manual
adjustment, and come in a material called Vinyl Tech;
they're okay, but the optional material called Yes
Essentials also fits this Jeep's character. Our seats were a
boring Pebble Beige; Slate Gray looks better. Leather in
the Limited is great, but seems to overdress the Patriot. In either leather or cloth and
vinyl, the materials are two-tone.
The dashboard and instrument layout is simple, and the gauges are a tidy white on black
with glowing orange needles. The climate and sound system controls are easy to
understand and operate. The vinyl panel, with a center stack trimmed in brushed
aluminum-look plastic, doesn't try to be stylish; the lines are pretty square, but who
cares?
The space between the seats includes a nook for change, two fixed cupholders, and the
parking brake lever. A short armrest flips up to open the main console compartment,
where there's a pocket for a cellphone or iPod. It slides forward three inches for shorter
drivers.
The door pockets are on the small side, but can hold six CD cases; much of the space
there is taken up by the six- by nine-inch speakers. The door handles are easy to use.
There's a nice tray over the good-sized glove compartment that's big enough for books.
Although the Patriot is more than four inches shorter than the redesigned 2007 Honda
CR-V, there's nearly an inch more legroom in the rear seat: a healthy 39.4 inches. That's
the same as the Compass and a couple inches more than the Liberty, longest of the three.
The standard rear seat is a 60/40 split that easily folds flat, by flipping up the seat and
flopping down the seatback. Reclining rear seats are optional, as is a flat-folding front
seat. With everything folded flat, there's a spacious 62.7 cubic feet of cargo capacity, and
room for an eight-foot-long kayak, ladder or whatever.
With just the rear seats folded, there's still 54.2 cubic feet; and with all the seats in use
there's 23.0 feet in the back, good for any compact SUV. The rear cargo area is
something called Ultra Floor, a washable and removable vinyl. No worries with dogs and
lawn mowers.
Driving Impressions
Chrysler uses this 2.4-liter World engine in a lot of
vehicles. Depending on things like electronic
programming and the transmission that's used, it feels
different each time. In the Jeep Patriot, it feels great. Jeep
has found the power, 172 horsepower and 165 pound-feet
of torque. This is not your father's four-cylinder. You can
be going uphill at 75 miles per hour, and it will still accelerate for you.
We don't have a knee-jerk love of manual transmissions, but in the case of the Patriot, the
optional Continuously Variable Transaxle, or CVT, is just too odd. It's all in the
programming, says Jeep. The same CVT is used in the Jeep Compass, and it's terrific.
The difference is that in the Compass (and Dodge Caliber) it has autostick, so you can
manually shift the CVT.
Left to its own programming, the CVT makes the Patriot feel like it's powered by a big
rubber band. It will go from 0 to 90 mph without shifting. Put your foot on the floor on a
freeway onramp, and it will rev to 6000 rpm and stay there, intensely if not loudly, as the
speedometer needle climbs. That's backwards. It's supposed to be the tachometer needle
that climbs. Your ear wants to hear something different. It's unsettling, because you
remain in a state of anticipation. Maybe you get used to it.
But this is only under full throttle. When you lift your foot off the gas, the tach drops as
the revs are cut by half. The Patriot can also lope along at 80 mph and a mellow 2600
rpm. The Patriot forums, when they get rolling, should be interesting. At speeds below
about 50 mph, when the CVT kicks down for better acceleration, it does so slowly and
with a small thump. And often, in the mountains.
The five-speed manual gearbox was a relief, a joy to use, even with its long throw. The
lever comes out of the center stack as it should, above the driver's right knee, an
improvement over being on the floor near the right thigh. The five-speed made the Patriot
feel like a Jeep. It brought out the potential of the World engine. It didn't try to mess with
the power. The acceleration felt much stronger.
The suspension is as good as the engine. We gave it a good test over a 20-mile stretch of
dirt road: hard-packed, potholed, a layer of loose dust, lots of uphill and downhill curves.
The Patriot was stable and confident. We drove fast, and used the brakes hard; the ABS
frequently activated on the slippery dust, with the all-season (not all-terrain) tires. We
aimed for some of the potholes, including a 50-foot-long row of little ones. The
independent suspension eagerly ate them up. Along came a washboard surface, and the
Patriot stayed true. We hit an elevated cattle crossing at 30 miles per hour and tensed for
an impact that never came. The Dodge Nitro, a Patriot cousin and competitor, would have
been hammered. The Patriot did a great job in these conditions.
On paved country roads the Patriot feels light and nimble. The turn-in is sharp. The ride
is steady over rough asphalt patches. The body is well isolated from the wheels. You can
hit a bump with one wheel without your head being tossed. You can hear the tires hitting
the expansion strips on the freeway, but you can't feel it.
We finally found the limit of the suspension, when we hit a big dip in the middle of a
curve at a high rate of speed for the corner. The Patriot struggled to remain stable, but
succeeded. Anything less than a sports car would struggle in that situation, let alone an
SUV.
We ended the day with the Patriot on an off-road trail in the Arizona desert, led by a
member of the local Jeep club. This time we were in a Patriot with the trail-rated
Freedom Drive II off-road package. It adds one inch to the ground clearance for a total of
9 inches, allowing a 29-degree approach angle, a 33-degree departure angle, a 23-degree
breakover angle, and enabling the Patriot to ford 19 inches of water, that last part thanks
to more body sealing and higher drivetrain vents.
This package also gives the CVT a low range with a ratio of 19:1, good for crawling over
obstacles. We crossed some ridges and ditches that raised one front or one rear wheel two
feet in the air. It felt effortless, as the Patriot just slowly and securely picked its way over.
We made a sharp U-turn that showed off the tight turning radius. In a sand pit, the offroad brake traction control dabbed the brakes of the slipping wheel or wheels, and pulled
the Jeep through.
In low range, Hill Descent Control is automatically engaged. This keeps the Jeep under 5
mph and under control, going down steep hills, even icy ones. You can take both feet off
the pedals and it will do its thing.
We hit a sandy gulley and floored it, racing up to 45 mph, engine screaming at nearly
redline with our foot on the floor, and the CVT kept in low range because it's usable up to
about 45. The main thing is, driving flat-out in a straight line over the washboard surface,
with the wheels bouncing every which direction, the Patriot remained controllable,
responsive and tracked true. We hit a couple washboard curves, trusting in the stability
control to keep the Jeep from bashing into the rocks, and it did. Below 35 mph, the ESP
only uses the brakes to keep the Jeep on the line; about 35 it also cuts the throttle, if
necessary.
Summary
The all-new Jeep Patriot more than fills the bill, it defines new territory. For about
$17,000 it offers 4WD Jeep capability in a compact SUV with a strong four-cylinder
engine that gets an EPA-rated 25/29 mpg. The suspension is superb: stable and
comfortable in all situations. Cargo capacity in the Patriot is large because all the
passenger seats can easily fold flat. With a full complement of safety features, it will be
hard to find more capability and value for the money.
NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent Sam Moses filed this report from Scottsdale,
Arizona.
Model Line Overview
Model lineup:
Engines:
Transmissions:
Safety equipment (Standard):
Safety equipment (Optional):
Basic warranty:
Assembled in:
Jeep Patriot Sport 2WD; Sport 4WD; Limited 2WD;
Limited 4WD
172-hp 2.4-liter I4; 158-hp 2.0-liter I4
5-speed manual; CVT2; CVT2L
frontal airbags, curtain airbags; electronic stability
control, ABS, EBD
side-impact airbags, tire pressure monitor
3 years/36,000 miles
Belvidere, Illinois
Specifications As Tested
Jeep Patriot Sport 4x4
vinyl seats, AM/FM/CD/MP3, halogen headlamps, rear wiper,
roof rails, fold-flat rear seats, brake traction control, 16-inch steel
wheels, all-season tires
Freedom Drive II Off-road package, CVTL, 17-inch wheels, allOptions as tested:
terrain tires, foglamps, full-size spare, all-season floor mats, tinted
glass, air conditioning
($560)
Destination charge:
N/A
Gas Guzzler Tax:
Model tested:
Standard
equipment:
Layout:
Engine:
Horsepower (hp @
rpm):
Torque(lb.-ft. @
rpm):
Transmission:
EPA fuel economy,
city/hwy:
Wheelbase:
Length/width/height
4-wheel drive
2.4-liter dohc 16-valve I4
172 @ 6000
165 @ 4400
CVT2L
25/29 mpg
103.7 in.
173.6/69.1/65.7 in.
:
Track, f/r:
Turning circle:
Seating capacity:
Head/hip/leg room,
f:
Head/hip/leg room,
m:
Head/hip/leg room,
r:
Cargo volume:
Payload
Towing capacity:
Suspension F:
Suspension R:
Ground Clearance:
Curb weight:
Tires:
Brakes, f/r:
Fuel capacity:
59.8/59.8 in.
35.6 ft.
5
41.0/52/3/40.6 in.
N/A
39.9/51.0/39.4 in.
62.7 cu. ft.
N/A
2000 Lbs.
independent
independent
8.1 in.
3250 Lbs.
P215/65R17
disc/disc with ABS, EBD
13.5 gal.
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle.
All prices are manufacturer's suggested retail prices (MSRP) effective as of
01/Mar/2007.
Prices do not include manufacturer's destination and delivery charges. N/A: Information
not available or not applicable.
Manufacturer Info Sources: 800-925-5337 - www.jeep.com
Copyright © 1994-2007 New Car Test Drive, Inc.
Great Buy
Written by: Trader Rick on 09/07/2010
Detailed Ratings
Overall Rating
Performance:10 Fun-to-Drive:
10 Interior Design:
Comfort:
Fuel
10 Exterior Design:
Economy:
10
10
Build Quality: 10
10
Reliability:
10
Vehicle
2010 Jeep Patriot Sport 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
Review
14 months and 18,000 miles after purchase I have no regrets. The patriot is a versatile vehicle
that is good! On gas, in foul weather, on the purchase price and oddly enough ( resale value )
because its a Jeep. This Jeep is fun to drive to the local store and comfortable on a 500 mile trip.
Avg. 23 to 27 mpg. With the 2.4 engine and CVT trans. Before purchase I also drove, cr-v, rav4
and Forester. The patriot was the hardest to take back and when I did I bought it. No regrets.
Favorite Features
Cool traditional looks, car-like handling and ride, standard radio, 17" alloy wheels and tires,
CVT, seats, buttons and nobs.
Suggested Improvements
Larger storage compartments in doors. Book and map storage on rear of front seat.
Love it
Written by: Mike on 06/20/2010
Detailed Ratings
Overall Rating
Performance:10 Fun-to-Drive:
Comfort:
10 Interior Design:
Fuel
Economy:
10 Exterior Design:
10 Build Quality:
10 Reliability:
10
10
10
Vehicle
2010 Jeep Patriot Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
Review
The Patriot is the ideal 4x4 with good MPG. I got the Freedom Drive II and still get 22-25 MPG
depending on driving habits - the car is roomy, the leather is great and the uConnect Navigation
radio fantastic. I could not be happier with the car, the interior design and the looks. The car
inspires me. I tested the Subaru Forester, Imreza and Legacy as well as the VW Tiguan. My
Patriot is American made, handles as well, does not require premium gas and is as "luxurious".
The attention to detail is apparent in the 2010 model. I love the 110 Volt outlet - for Kids and
charging stuff. I upgraded to the hitch for bike accessories. Hopefully I'll never need the extra
safety features or the Jeep.
Favorite Features
Freedom Drive II, Homelink, Navigation u-Connect radio, room and height (I am 6'4''), fog
lights, Hitch
Suggested Improvements
a second 12 volt outlet would be handy
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2010 JEEP PATRIOT SPORT
VIN: 1J4NF2GB9AD604495
4 DOOR WAGON/SPORT UTILITY
2.4L I4 SFI DOHC 16V
4 WHEEL DRIVE
Standard Equipment | Safety Options
2 Previous owners
At least 1 open recall
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50,828 Last reported odometer
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Ownership History
Owner 1
Owner 2
Year purchased
2010
2012
Type of owner
Rental
Personal
1 yr. 6 mo.
2 yrs. 8 mo.
Colorado
California
The number of owners is estimated
Estimated length of ownership
Owned in the following states/provinces
Estimated miles driven per year
29,424/yr
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Last reported odometer reading
45,726
50,828
Title History
Owner 1
Owner 2
Salvage | Junk | Rebuilt | Fire | Flood | Hail | Lemon
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No Problem
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Additional History
Owner 1
Owner 2
Total Loss
No total loss reported to CARFAX.
No Issues
Reported
No Issues
Reported
Structural Damage
No structural damage reported to CARFAX.
No Issues
Reported
No Issues
Reported
Airbag Deployment
No airbag deployment reported to CARFAX.
No Issues
Reported
No Issues
Reported
Odometer Check
No indication of an odometer rollback.
No Issues
Indicated
No Issues
Indicated
Accident / Damage
No accidents or damage reported to CARFAX.
No Issues
Reported
No Issues
Reported
Manufacturer Recall
At least 1 manufacturer recall requires repair.
No Recalls
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Basic Warranty
Original warranty estimated to have expired.
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Detailed History
Owner 1
Purchased:
Type:
Where:
Est. miles/year:
Est. length owned:
Date:
2010
Rental
Colorado
29,424/yr
5/12/10 11/30/11
(1 yr. 6 mo.)
Glossary
Source:
Comments:
Colorado
Motor Vehicle Dept.
Vehicle purchase reported
Titled or registered as rental
vehicle
05/17/2010
Colorado
Motor Vehicle Dept.
Denver, CO
Title #01G313247
Title or registration issued
First owner reported
Loan or lien reported
05/05/2011
Colorado
Motor Vehicle Dept.
Denver, CO
Title #01G313247
Registration issued or renewed
Loan or lien reported
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Rental history disclosed by seller
Sold at auction
in Arizona
05/12/2010
11/30/2011
Mileage:
8
45,717
Millions of used vehicles
are bought and sold at
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12/08/2011
Owner 2
Purchased:
Type:
Where:
Est. length owned:
California
Inspection Station
Fresno, CA
Passed emissions inspection
12/11/2011
Dealer Inventory
Vehicle offered for sale
12/17/2011
Dealer Inventory
Vehicle offered for sale
Source:
Comments:
Date:
2012
Personal
California
1/6/12 present
(2 yrs. 8 mo.)
45,726
Mileage:
01/06/2012
03/23/2012
California
Title issued or updated
Motor Vehicle Dept.
New owner reported
San Juan Capistrano, Loan or lien reported
CA
50,828
Ez Lube
Dana Point, CA
949-661-1023
Maintenance inspection completed
Oil and filter changed
Air filter replaced
01/15/2013
California
Registration updated when owner moved
Motor Vehicle Dept.
the vehicle to a new location
Capistrano Beach, CA
06/14/2013
Chrysler
Manufacturer Safety recall issued
#N01 REPROGRAM OCCUPANT RESTRAINT
CONTROL MODULE
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2010 JEEP PATRIOT SPORT
VIN: 1J4NF2GB9AD604495
Body Style: 4 DOOR WAGON/SPORT
UTILITY
Engine Size: 2.4L I4 SFI DOHC 16V
Drivetrain: 4 WHEEL DRIVE
2
California
None of these major title problems were
reported by a state Department of
Motor Vehicles:
Salvage, Junk, Rebuilt, Fire,
Flood, Hail, Lemon
Guaranteed
No Problem
Not Actual Mileage, Exceeds
Mechanical Limits
Guaranteed
No Problem
No issues reported to CARFAX on the following:
Original Manufacturer's Warranty:
Basic Warranty Expired
Please confirm remaining factory warranty and
extended warranty options with your dealer!
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36 months or 36,000 miles
Courtesy of
Subaru of San
Total Loss
No Issues
Reported
Structural Damage
No Issues
Reported
Airbag Deployment
No Issues
Reported
Odometer Rollback
No Issues
Reported
Other Accidents / Damage
No Issues
Reported
Bernardino/San Bernadino
Mitsubishi
645 Auto Center Dr
San Bernardino, CA 92408
909-884-7700
subaruofsanbernardino.com
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Cummings Auto Group, located in the San Bernardino Auto Mall just North of the
10 freeway, off the 215 at Orange Show Rd/Auto Center Drive.
We are here to assist you with all your vehicle needs. Our goal here is to take care
of our customers, before, during and after the sale.
We have been in the business since April 1, 1966 serving the community and
surrounding areas. Our location is ideal for those living in the Inland Empire,
including, Highland, Colton, Rialto, Fontana, Banning, Beaumont and all the
mountain areas. We have 5 lots to choose from to purchase your new or used
vehicle. All makes and models available.
Our Service, Parts and Rental departments have grown to be trusted and
respected in our community for over 45 years. Stop by and rent a brand new
vehicle for a short vacation or just for the day.
We have over 45 technicians with numerous master technicians that have
completed 100’s of training hours to assist in servicing, diagnosing and repairing
your vehicle. They will also do a multi-point inspection to check the safety of your
vehicle for you and your family.
We have 4 shuttles to get you to and from the dealership while your vehicle is
being serviced. If you choose to wait you can enjoy our many amenities. We have
3 customer lounges, one of which is a quiet room, a children’s play area and many
drink and snack machines, free coffee and donuts for your convenience.
We want your visit to be a truly exceptional experience and we take pride in the
job we do. We look forward to seeing you every 5000 miles or 6 months which
ever comes first.
Please review our extensive inventory of Toyota cars, trucks, SUV's, and pre-owed cars.. We
work hard to get you into the vehicle you have always wanted. Your new or pre owned car is
waiting for you, and we work with a vast array of lending sources to make sure you will get the
most complete and comprehensive financial package available.
Manufacturer recommended parts are an important part of maintaining your vehicle's
optimum performance. At Toyota of San Bernardino, we offer the same high quality parts your
vehicle was built with, and we keep a large inventory of OEM certified parts in stock at our
facility.
Toyota of San Bernardino Service Department strives for 100% customer satisfaction. From
general maintenance such as oil changes to major repairs, let Toyota of San Bernardino service
your vehicle. At Toyota of San Bernardino, we strive to make buying or leasing a new vehicle a
pleasant and rewarding experience.
Our primary concern is the satisfaction of our customers. Our online dealership was created to
enhance the buying experience for each and every one of our internet customers. If you have
any questions, please feel free to contact us.
2011 President's Award Recipient
Thanks to our customers we’ve received the 2011 Toyota
President’s Award. It’s one of the highest honors for a Toyota
dealership. It’s also a symbol of our continuing dedication to
satisfying our customers - from the day you buy a Toyota and for as
long as you own it.
From every department and every person at our dealership, we
thank you. Please stop by soon and see the award our customers
helped us receive.
Scion of San Bernardino
At Scion of San Bernardino, please review our extensive inventory of Scion cars, including
the tC, xB and xD. We work hard to get you into the vehicle you have always wanted. That
new Scion is waiting for you, and we work with a vast array of lending sources to make
sure you will get the most complete and comprehensive financial package available.
Scion OEM parts are an important part of maintaining your vehicle's optimum
performance. At our Scion of San Bernardino, we offer the same high quality Scion parts
your vehicle was built with, and we keep a large inventory of genuine parts in stock.
Our Scion of San Bernardino's service department strives for 100% customer satisfaction.
From general maintenance such as oil changes to major repairs, let our Scion of San
Bernardino service your vehicle. We offer one of the most comprehensive Scion
parts and service departments in the automotive industry.
At our Scion of San Bernardino, we strive to make buying or leasing your new or used
vehicle a pleasant and rewarding experience.
Our primary goal is to satisfy our customers. Our online dealership was created to
enhance the buying experience for each and every one of our internet customers. If you
have any questions, please feel free to contact us or call our Internet Department Store at
909-381-4444.
About Subaru of San Bernardino
At Subaru of San Bernardino it is our top priority to provide you with world
class service. Whether you're looking to buy or lease a new Subaru, or are
in need of expert Subaru Car Repair and Maintenance, we are always
striving to make your visit memorable and worthwhile. We carry a wide
selection of the all-new Subaru vehicles including the 2013 Subaru Impreza,
Legacy, Outback, Forester, Tribeca, XV Crosstrek, and BRZ. We also have a
great selection of used cars from top vehicle manufacturers. Our
knowledgeable and friendly sales staff is enthusiastic about helping you
find the Subaru that best fits your family's lifestyle.
We also offer stress free service in our Service Department to help you
keep your Subaru repaired and maintained. Our expert technicians are
factory trained and certified. They are happy to advise you on the best
maintenance schedule for your Subaru to keep it running in optimal
condition. If you're looking for Genuine Subaru Parts or Accessories we
stock all the latest ones in our Parts Department. And if you're in need of a
Subaru new car loan or lease our financial advisers will work with you to
find the one that works best for you.
We invite all our customers in the San Bernardino, Riverside, Fontana,
Rancho Cucamonga, Colton and Redlands, California area to visit our
dealership in person located at 645 Auto Center Dr., San Bernardino, CA
92408, and let us demonstrate our commitment to excellent customer
service to you today. We look forward to serving you!
About San Bernardino Mitsubishi
At San Bernardino Mitsubishi, please review our extensive inventory
of Mitsubishi cars, including the Mitsubishi Eclipse, Lancer, and
Galant. We work hard to get you into the vehicle you have always
wanted. That new Mitsubishi is waiting for you, and we work with a
vast array of lending sources to make sure you will get the most
complete and comprehensive financial package available.
Manufacturer recommended parts are an important part of
maintaining your vehicle's optimum performance. At San Bernardino
Mitsubishi, we offer the same high quality parts your vehicle was
built with, and we keep a large inventory of OEM certified parts in
stock at our facility.
San Bernardino Mitsubishi service department strives for 100%
customer satisfaction. From general maintenance such as oil changes
to major repairs, let us service your vehicle. At San Bernardino
Mitsubishi, we strive to make buying or leasing a new vehicle a
pleasant and rewarding experience. Our primary concern is the
satisfaction of our customers. Our online dealership was created to
enhance the buying experience for each and every one of our
internet customers. If you have any questions, please feel free
to contact us.
VROOM! A Heart For Kids and The Community.
I’m thrilled to have been asked to be a model in the Assistance League of San Bernardino’s
upcoming Headdress Ball. First, because it’s a fun show and my amazing choreographer
(Randy) has put together a very fun number! Secondly, the show raises money for uninsured children (5-18) to
receive dental care and get out of pain.
I’m especially thrilled to highlight my headdress sponsor: Toyota & Scion of San Bernardino, because the
theme is Route 66: Life’s Highway. The owner, Mr. Cliff Cummings is very philanthropic.
Besides supporting the Dr. Earl R Crane Children’s Dental Clinic, he has provided assistance to numerous other
non-profit organizations. He really has a heart for kids, and also supports Santa Claus Inc. They have also
sponsored Mr. Cardinal, athletic programs, and provided sponsorships. He recently challenged the CSUSB
students to make Scion & Toyota commercials, with the winning teams receiving $2,000 and their commercial
aired.
He does many quiet things too. He heard about a child whose bike was stolen, and replaced it. There was a
lady in her 70′s (who was also ill), and her moving Christmas display was stolen from her front lawn. The
Cummings replaced that too. I think he and his wife find a need and fill it.
As a supporter of public safety, he remembers the fallen deputies and military members, and has donated
tickets and boxes for sporting events to charity.
He realizes there are things you do that are good for business and things you do because the are good. When
the economy was bad a few years ago, local residents supported his businesses, and he likes to return the
support of a community that got them through a difficult economic time. The 2011 Tsunami wiped out the
Toyota and Suburu plant, and when he didn’t have inventory, the local residents waited.
In 2012 the city of San Bernardino declared bankruptcy and the dealership is continuing to feel the support
from residents who are buying locally and help the city moving forward.
People – his customers understand.
Mr. Cummings said he has been very fortunate in all levels with different projects and people who needed
help – not a hand out – but help past a rough patch. Interestingly he probably sees 150 hockey games a year,
because he sponsors kids to play youth hockey.
The Cummings have also passed their philanthropic nature down to their children. One son is an Eagle Scout,
who recently rebuilt a room at First Presbyterian Church, that was touched for 30 years. He did the
fundraising, organized work crews, and the materials purchases and the church is now using it daily.
If you can’t make the show, maybe you can donate $20 for the kids? If so, please make checks payable to
Assistance League of San Bernardino (Tax ID #95-6065105) and mail to:
Ann Doty
3344 Parkside Drive
San Bernardino, CA 92404
Thank you for the consideration.
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