Rowe Motorcars specializes in pre-owned Jeeps equipped with the Sky One-Touch Power-Top Roof. As you may already know the Jeep Sky One-Touch roof is only optional on some Wrangler trims. We understand that this is the ideal convertible design and sought after by many Jeep enthusiasts. This is why we are the #1 dealer in the area to carry the one-touch power top on used Jeep Wranglers. What is the One Touch Power Top Roof? It is a power-driven convertible top that retracts from the windshield header along the full width of the vehicle all the way to the cargo area. You'll love experiencing the outdoors from the comfort of your Jeep equipped with the one-touch power top convertible roof.
Some of the best used cars for sale in Huntsville aren’t cars at all: They’re Jeeps — rugged SUVs and trucks that are engineered to go where others can’t. Of course, today’s Jeep vehicles do offer many of the same comforts and technologies as cars, so it’s like getting the best of both worlds. And the best place for pre-owned Jeeps? That just may be Rowe Motorcars, where we go the extra mile to find the right used vehicle, at the right price, to meet your needs. We can leverage our network of lenders for easy financing, too, and we also have our own in-house financing solutions to help provide credit for all. Make an appointment to check out our indoor showroom or visit us online any time, and discover the Rowe difference for yourself!
The primary benefit to buying a pre-owned vehicle is the most obvious one: Nearly all of the used cars for sale in Huntsville and surrounding areas cost less than their brand-new counterparts. However, you’re not necessarily getting “less” vehicle for your money. Rowe Motorcars relies on a careful selection process when deciding which cars we sell. That way, you can count on finding high-quality rides at Rowe. In fact, many are in like-new condition. It’s just that almost all cars go through depreciation over time regardless of how well they’re maintained. As a result, the typical new vehicle can lose about 20% of its value in the course of its first year on the road — and more than 60% after five years — yet still be in excellent shape. Our pre-owned Jeeps are proof-positive of that!
You’re also likely to save money on insurance with a used Jeep compared to a new one, and that’s a benefit you’ll enjoy every time you pay your premium.
Rowe Motorcars can then seal the deal with a commitment to customer satisfaction that’s second to none. This is why we attract shoppers from not only the Huntsville area but also Atlanta, Birmingham, Chattanooga, Madison, Nashville, and communities throughout north Alabama.
As we mentioned at the start, today’s Jeep lineup combines iconic off-road capability with the same kind of modern amenities available on the rest of the used cars for sale in Huntsville. You can take on whatever comes next with Jeep’s premium passenger-protection technologies, upscale luxury cues, convenient connectivity, and special performance enhancers to have even more fun on the road — or the trail. (Please note that exact features may vary by model and model year.)
Our local roots run deep at Rowe Motorcars, which definitely helps when we’re stocking our inventory. After all, with our years of experience, we’ve got a good handle on the sort of Jeep models that drivers around here prefer. On the other hand, we also have an expert team of car finders that specializes in tracking down specific vehicles with specific features to meet your specific preferences. Some of our favorites Jeeps include:
The Jeep brand was born from a military vehicle specifically engineered for the rigors of World War II. Still, its roots actually go back to the beginning of the U.S. auto industry: The Willys-Overland Motor Company, which delivered the first prototype of the WWII Jeep, had been founded in 1908 and was a relatively successful automaker for a time. At one stage, it was even the No. 2 best seller in the country, behind only Ford. However, the ups and downs of business meant that even as Willys was building on its military success with Jeeps for civilians, it was running into economic trouble. It went through a number of corporate owners before landing with the Chrysler Corporation (now part of the international Stellantis Group).
Along the way, first as Willys and then as Jeep, the brand focused on creating vehicles for people who like to stay busy. Early highlights included the country’s first all-steel station wagon, the 1946 Willys Wagon, and the company’s first civilian pickup, the 1947 Willys-Overland Truck. More recently, Jeep responded to customer demand for a more comfortable and car-like ride in the 1984 Jeep Cherokee and helped invent the luxury SUV with the 1992 Grand Cherokee. Nowadays, Jeep has conquered the world with customers around the globe!