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The Jeep Wrangler has always been a vehicle that placed its emphasis on off-road crawling and regular highway comforts. New to 2013 is the new front and rear seats that the two door, and even the foor-door unlimited version receive to provide drivers and passenger improved support. The structural integrity of the cabin has been improved also to provide a quieter interior for more of a relaxing feel helping to knockdown some of that unwanted engine ruckus. If you are in search of a new Wrangler in the West Valley, Orem, Lehi, Draper, West Jordan, South Jordan, Riverton, Murray, Bountiful, or Ogden UT area, Ken Garff West Valley Dodge Chrysler Jeep is your answer, view our large inventory today.
Standard with the Wrangler is its 3.6-liter V6 engine that creates 285 horsepower and about 260 pounds-feet of torque. It also comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission, but offers a five-speed automatic as an option. The Wrangler has a strong front and rear end with non-independent suspension. This is sturdy design offers great highway cruise stability and good off-road management where needed. Overall the SUV handles much like prior models, and it is still one of the best choices in terms of off-roading, for those of you who are enthusiastic about such hobbies.
The three paneled hardtop is an interesting feature to the exterior that allows the top to be removed individually from either above the driver, passenger or rear seats. Notable design to the interior is the center control panel which rides vertically up front and sports has a stereo that rests high, circular air vents underneath and climate controls below. The Wrangler also has a floor console for cupholders upfront and back as well as a storage unit.
The Jeep Wrangler like many of the Jeep models has quite the variety of trim levels to choose from. Starting with least expensive model: Sport, Sport S, Sahara, Rubicon, Unlimited and the newest kid on the block the Moab Edition. Jeep loves to create their special edition models. Standard Safety features for each trim level are as follow: a standard electronic stability system with Chrysler's rollover mitigation technology, which can help to stop a rollover. Front-seat side-impact airbags are optional. Side curtain airbags aren't offered.
If you are someone who enjoys to drive outdoors, on the road or even off-road then the Wrangler should be the automatic choice. With all the variable trim level there is a model with options that can meet just about anyone's interests. The new Moab Edition has already been named 4x4 of the year, so it just goes to show how much work Jeep puts into this model.