The following models used this architecture:
- 1984-2001 Jeep Cherokee (not to be confused with the SJ Cherokee that was a 2-door version of the SJ Wagoneer.)
- 1984-1990 Jeep Wagoneer (not to be confused with the SJ Wagoneer that was renamed the Grand Wagoneer when the XJ Wagoneer came out.)
The Wagoneer was basically identical to the Cherokee, but had vertically stacked low and high beam headlights, and wood-painted side panels of SJ fame.
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|CJ-7||Wrangler YJ||Wrangler TJ||Wrangler JK|
|Compact SUV||Cherokee / Wagoneer XJ||Liberty KJ||Liberty KK|
|SUV||Cherokee (SJ)||Grand Cherokee ZJ||Grand Cherokee WJ||Grand Cherokee WK||G.C. WK2|
|Wagoneer SJ||Grand Wagoneer SJ||ZJ||Commander XK|
|Compact pickup||CJ-10||Comanche MJ|
|Full-size pickup||Honcho/J10-20 Series|
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