Several jeeps are featured throughout the Uncharted series.
In Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, there are a few models of off-roaders in the game, mainly around The Fort. One is also used during A Surprising Find, in which Nate drives himself and Elena to Sullivan's sea plane.
The most prominent use of the vehicle is during Out of the Frying Pan. Elena uses the car to free Nate after he is captured by Eddy Raja, by pulling the wall from Nate's cell. Elena drives while Nate uses the machine gun/grenade launcher mounted turret to fend of the pursuing pirates. This particular car sinks when Nate reverses it into The Drowned City to evade Eddy. There are also two off-roaders underneath the monastery where the Nazis moved El Dorado. They appear to have driven into the hole in the graveyard and used to make more totems.
Two jeeps appear in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
In the beginning of Urban Warfare, Nate is using a Toyota Landcruiser to meet Chloe at the Old Market in Nepal. A truck suddenly appears and destroys the car, which obligates Nate to go walking through the city.
A few vehicles appear in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. At the very end of the final cutscene of London Underground, Nate and Sully use a Land Rover Defender to travel through the French jungle towards the Chateau. Although, they end up in a place without road, causing them to reach the Chateau on foot.
A Thief's EndEdit
Nate has access to a jeep in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. Unlike previous Uncharted titles, the jeep is operable, allowing the player much faster travel and set pieces on a much larger scale. The jeep is capable of overcoming all terrains. Driving environments are fully open, with multiple paths and destructible objects, much like the destructible cover in combat areas.
Nate can transition to on foot and vehicular traversal seamlessly, allowing for a more realistic experience and faster paced chase sequences.