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In the 1940s, Jeep began its reign of the roads. The first model, Willys MB, served as a military car for the US Army during World War II. Soon after the war, models began morphing into the recreational vehicles we’re more familiar with today.
The origin of the Jeep name can be traced back to a handful of reasons, none of which have been wholly confirmed. One that historians cite as the most likely stems from a phonetic pronunciation of the letters GP which stands for General Purpose.
Others suggest that Eugene-the-Jeep from the “Popeye” cartoon may have been the reason. Whatever the reason, it stuck.
A racer named Louis Chevrolet founded the brand in 1911 and left the company three years later. His co-founder William C. Durant, who also founded General Motors (GM), took over.
The founders introduced technology into the production of cars like the Series C Classic Six that all drivers could afford. Since that time, the brand has continued to pair technology with affordability.
Currently, you’ll find the Renegade, Compass, Wrangler, Cherokee, and Grand Cherokee in the Jeep SUV lineup. Additionally, the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer—which are also produced by Jeep—fit into this category as well. It even now includes the Gladiator, which sports a truck-like body. Further, the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee provides 4xe models that give you hybrid engines.
The Chevy lineup does have trucks like the Silverado and Colorado. Plus, it offers SUVs like the Equinox, Tahoe, Suburban, and a handful of others. You’ll also spot sports cars such as the Corvette and Camaro. It’s a very diversified group of cars, so they don’t specialize in one body style or another.
Both brands provide rewards programs for their owners. If you own a Jeep, you’re eligible to take advantage of the Jeep Wave® program. Some services, such as oil changes, will be covered under this program. You’ll also receive 24/7 roadside assistance and warranty coverage. Plus, you’ll get support from Jeep experts who can schedule service and answer questions.
Other perks include VIP treatment for special Jeep events and access to off-road trails. You won’t find these types of special benefits from Chevy.
Chevy offers My Chevrolet Rewards, in which you earn points for various programs. For example, points earned can be put toward the purchase of a new GM vehicle or toward parts and services. OnStar and Connected Services plans fall under this point system as well.
If you’re looking for Chevy brand events or access to off-road trails, neither one appears in the My Chevrolet Rewards program. This program offers some benefits, but it’s just not as comprehensive as the Jeep Wave® program.