While not an ideal way to obtain a Jeep, if it is the only way you can get a new Jeep, it may work for you.
I leased a 2015 Wrangler Sahara Unlimited for $360/mo, 4 yrs, 12k/yr, with $1k down. A pretty good deal. Unfortunately, I drove it 18k miles/yr, so after 2 years of the lease, I bought it outright. If I had purchased from the beginning, I would have saved 2 years of "lease fees", which ended up being around $2,500. I was comfortable though knowing a got a great price (over $6k off sticker) to start with. The problem with buying a used Jeep is that people tend to beat on them, and you can never be sure of proper maintenance. Good luck (and stop posting questions anonymously.)