Most reviews read by TheCarConnection.com praise the extensive list of options available on the 2009 Jeep Patriot.
People looking for luxury features will want to note the less than enticing standard manual windows and locks as pointed out by Cars.com on the Sport Jeep Patriot. Edmunds calls the base Sport Patriot "pretty basic" and highlights the more upscale features available in Limited package, such as 17-inch aluminum wheels, fog lights, privacy glass, and chrome exterior accents. There are two trim levels available for the 2009 Jeep Patriot: the base Sport and the more upscale Limited. The base model comes with important safety features like ABS, but also has low-rent items such as vinyl upholstery and 16-inch steel wheels.
Edmunds reports that both the Sport and Limited trim levels can be optioned with such niceties as a six-disc CD changer and a Boston Acoustics premium audio system with satellite radio and flip-down speakers in the liftgate. Kelley Blue Book comments, "Outdoorsy Jeep types will find it an especially alluring option." The 2009 Jeep Patriot Limited adds a 115-volt outlet, power accessories, cruise control, and remote keyless entry to its list of standard equipment.
ConsumerGuide likes the Patriot’s rubber-coated floor since it’s “easy to clean, perfect for carrying dirty, messy cargo." Among the "uncommon options" that Cars.com refers to in their review of the 2009 Jeep is the ability to order a removable cargo area dome light that serves as a handy flashlight and a chilled glove box. Edmunds specifically mentions that the 2009 Jeep's option list for the Patriot Limited includes a navigation system, skid plates, and even hands-free phone connectivity.