Headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, Jeep officially debuted as an automotive manufacturer in 1943, and had previously been used as a slang term for vehicles used by the U.S. Army and Allies during World War II. Since then, Jeeps are known for their ability to conquer tough terrains, and no Jeep is more renowned for this than the Jeep Wrangler, which commonly uses all-terrain tires from best-in-class brands like Goodyear, BFGoodrich, and Falken. A full-sized SUV, the Jeep Cherokee debuted back in 1974 and commonly uses all-season or all-terrain tries from brands like Pirelli, Dunlop, and Michelin, while the similarly named Grand Cherokee is a mid-sized SUV that debuted in 1992 and typically needs all-season tires from brands like Pirelli, Continental, and Michelin. The marquee CUV from the Jeep family, the Compass, first debuted in 2007 and offers high-level performance without much off-road capability, making all-season tires from Goodyear, Firestone, and Yokohama an ideal partner. Finally, the newly introduced Jeep Renegade hit the streets and trails in 2015, and often is best paired with all-season tires from Continental, Yokohama, and Bridgestone.