The Jeep Wrangler has been in the hearts of off-road lovers since the 1980s and is no doubt one of the brand’s most iconic rides. The capability of this rock crawler has always had four-wheel enthusiasts chomping at the bit to hit the trails. While the loyalty has not wavered, the past has pointed out a sort of ‘wish list’ that patrons have been clamoring for. These little details did not go unnoticed by the design team at Jeep, and this year they have released what they are calling “the most capable SUV yet.”
More. More of everything is what the Jeep team thought as they set out to improve every aspect of this already loved machine. Their two objectives were to maintain and reinforce tradition in the design and fix issues that had been discovered through feedback from loyalists. The Wrangler has been tested more than any other Jeep on the market, totaling just shy of 4-million miles. The 2018 Jeep Wrangler has more technology and safety features than ever before. Three powertrains, including a diesel that will be released in 2019, are going to give consumers the options they’ve been searching for.
There Jeep Wrangler has long been a favorite in the off-road community and its designers focused on a few key improvements:
·Improved the already legendary off-road performance
·Refined on-road dynamics
·Improved fuel economy
·Upgraded the overall customer experience
Jeep has managed to create even more of a 4×4 love affair with their redesigned 2018 Wrangler. The off-road capability has been improved by creating better departure and approach angles and adding standard skid plates and tow hooks. They have also gone above and beyond to improve the on-road driving comfort, making this machine great for the adventurous weekend warrior or the family transporter.
Overall, Jeep lovers and journalists alike are quite impressed with this redesign. Jeep has made every aspect of the Wrangler better, down to the removal of the zippers from the soft top. Up to 72 key safety and security features have been improved or added, including blind spot detection, backup cameras, and rear park assist. Details that harken back to the original Willys Jeep, including digital Willys Jeep “Easter eggs,” are a nice touch of nostalgia that awaits anyone who hops in this ride. The rough and rugged, yet stylish 2018 Jeep Wrangler starts at a base MSRP of $26,995 and climbs up above $40,000 with additional options. Are you ready for the best off-road experience of your life?