JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE (ZJ/ WJ): The Grand Cherokee (ZJ) replaced the Wagoneer as a mid-sized luxury SUV in 1992 and was a design class many automakers would rush to imitate. The first SUV equipped with a driver side airbag, it set new standards for on-road ride, handling and comfort in an SUV and proved immediately popular, winning dozens of awards, including Motor Trend magazine’s Truck of the Year , Four Wheeler magazine’s Four Wheeler of the Year and 4Wheel & Off-road magazine’s 4x4 of the Year in 2003. JEEP WRANGLER (TJ): Considered the ultimate escape machine, the TJ offered outstanding on-road handling and legendary off-road capability - it was the fifth Jeep brand vehicle to win the “4x4 of the Year” award. The new Wrangler had a retro-look very similar to the CJ-7 but was very different from a mechanical standpoint, with nearly 80% of its parts being newly designed. Starting with the basic Wrangler platform, Jeep engineers gave the Wrangler the most thorough overhaul since the Quad evolved into the MB.