- MA: The first prototype Jeeps built in 1941. M
designates a military model and A indicates the first model.
- MB: Standard WWII military Jeep built from 1942 through
1945. The B indicates it was the second series. The Ford
models were called GPW. The G stood for government, P
indicated an 80 inch wheelbase and W stood for Willys
- CJ-2: The first civilian model built in1944 and 1945
using some surplus military components.
- CJ-2A: Civilian Jeep built from 1945 into early 1949.
- CJ-3A: Civilian Jeep built from 1948 to 1953 with slight
differences in body dimensions.
- M-38: A military version of the CJ-3A without a tailgate
built from 1950 to 1955. Willys also called this model an
- CJ-3B: Similar to the CJ-3A with a taller hood to allow
the use of the F-head engine. Built from 1953 through 1968.
(some sources report production ended in 1964.)
- M-606: A military version of the CJ-3B built from 1954
to 1968. Most exported to foreign militaries.
- CJ-4: A prototype built in 1950 but never produced as a
commercial version. There was also a model called the CJ-4
built under Willys license in India.
- CJ-V35U: A modified CJ-3A built for the United States
Navy in 1950.
- VJ: The early two wheel drive Jeepsters built in 1949
- M38-A1: A military Jeep also called the MD built between
1952 and 1957. A longer wheelbase version designated the MSA
or M-170 was built for use as an ambulance and weapons
carrier. Some M-170's were built as special orders as late
- FC-150: An 81 inch wheelbase cab forward pickup built
between 1956 and 1964.
- FC-170: A 103 inch wheelbase cab forward pickup built
from 1957 to 1964.
- CJ-5: Civilian Jeep based on the M38-A1 built from 1954
to 1971 with an 81 inch wheelbase
- and from 1972 to 1984 with an 83.5 inch wheelbase.
- CJ-6: Civilian Jeep similar to the CJ-5 with a 101 inch
wheelbase, built from 1956 to 1975. Many were sold overseas
and used as taxis.
- CJ-7: A modernized version of the CJ-5 built from 1976
to 1986 with a 93.5 inch wheelbase.
- CJ-8: A 103.5 inch wheelbase pick up version of the CJ-7
built from 1982 to 1986. These models were called the
Scrambler. A version with an insulated steel hardtop and
auto transmission was used by the U.S. Postal Service in
- CJ-10: Built only for the military and overseas
customers with a 119 inch wheelbase and pickup styling. A
shorter wheelbase two wheel drive model was built for use as
an aircraft tug and called the CJ-10A.
- C-101: The Jeepster built from 1966 to 1973.
- M-151: The MUTT (Military Utility Tactical Truck)
designed by Ford but built by Jeep. Built with independent
suspension and a uni-body.
- M-715: A one and a quarter ton truck built by Jeep
between 1967 and 1969 using the same engines and
transmissions as the Gladiator truck.
- DJ: Two wheel drive "Dispatcher" Jeeps built in both
right and left hand drive models based on CJ-3A, CJ-5 and
CJ-6 platforms for use in delivery service (mainly by the
U.S. Postal Service.)
- MJ: The Jeep Comanche pickup built from 1986 to 1992
modeled after the Cherokee. The M no longer correlated to
- SJ: The fullsize Wagoneer built from 1963 through 1983,
the Jeep Cherokee built from 1974 to 1983 and the Grand
Wagoneer built from 1984 to 1991.
- J: Fullsize Jeep Gladiator pickup built from 1963 to
- XJ: The Jeep Cherokee built from 1984 to 2001.
- YJ: The Jeep Wrangler built from 1987 to 1996.
- YJ Long: A longer wheelbase version of the standard YJ
built from 1988 to 1995 for use in South America. Fitted
with a steel hardtop.
- TJ: The 1997-current Wrangler including the Rubicon and
- ZJ: The Grand Cherokee built from 1993 to 1998.
- WJ: The Grand Cherokee built from 1999 to 2004.
- KJ: An SUV called the Jeep Liberty built from
- WK: Redesigned Grand Cherokee introduced as the 2005
model year with independent front suspension