Trims and Special Features of the Jeep Wrangler

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The new Jeep Wrangler is an addition to the brand’s robust collection of specific models along with the inclusion of the Backcountry, 75th Anniversary and Black Bear Editions. Its Sahara trim has a few aesthetic updates with a new interior option in Olive Green. Some new colors are also available that is quite noteworthy for the Wrangler.

The Jeep Wrangler of 2016 is available in two body styles; the 4 passenger, 2-door Wrangler and the 5-passenger, 4-door Wrangler Unlimited. Each of these two body styles are available today in 3 core levels namely Rubicon, Sahara and Sport. There are special extra models based on these above mentioned trims. A convertible roof made with vinyl material is standard on both. However, a hardtop with conveniently removable panes just on top of the front seals is also available.

The Wrangler Sport’s standard equipment include off and on road tires, wheels measuring 16-inches, skid plates, spare tire, fog lamps, manual mirrors, removable doors, adjustable driver sear and many more. Its Power Convenience Group includes features such as keyless entry, power locks and window, auto dimming mirror and a security alarm among others.

The Sport S package is available with 2-doors only and includes alloy wheels measuring 17-inches, leather-wrapped sophisticated steering wheel, air-conditioning, audio interface touch screen, satellite radio, heated front seats, media player interface and a USB port.

The Sahara package adds the items included in the Power Convenience Group, automatic headlamps, 18-inch alloy wheels, hood insulation to reduce noise, satellite radio and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

If you are looking to buy a Jeep Wrangler, walk into Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep today.

 

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Experimenting Two Body Styles of a Jeep-Branded Truck

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There are still several rumors surrounding a new Jeep-branded truck. Jeep revealed a Jeep-branded truck in 1981 as the CJ-8 that was based on the CJ-7, but had an expanded wheelbase. Additionally, Jeep manufactured the Gladiator full-size truck between 1962 and 1988. Jeep remained in the pickup segment with its Comanche until the company decided to back out of the segment in 1992. Now the company seems like it is ready to compete once again. Jeep is in the midst of experimenting with two entirely different body styles. The first body style will be based on the next-generation Wrangler, but with an expanded wheelbase to make room for the pickup bed. It will reduce the company’s cost of building the pickup, but there is some doubt that it will appeal to many consumers. The other body style is to be less rugged than the Wrangler and focus more on play and adventure. Jeep wants to build a truck that will appeal to consumers across the globe. Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep in Lakewood sees some possibilities in a Jeep-branded truck being introduced to the market by the end of 2020.

 

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1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88

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Phone: 888.993.7792

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