Last month, Jeep launched the all-new Wrangler and among them is the custom tuned Freedom Edition. The latter came out to offer something different than usual.
Unlike the normal Wrangler, the Freedom Edition is valued at $23,390 and the 4×4 is powered by a 3.6L V6 engine that is mated to a 5-speed automatic gearbox. This further develops 285hp and 260ft-lbs of torque while returning 17mpg on the city, 21mpg on the highway and 18mpg on combined use.
However, the biggest difference between the Freedom Edition and the normal Wrangler is with the design. The Freedom Edition is coated in blue with Oscar Mike symbols embedded at every section of the vehicle.
In addition to that, the Freedom Edition has a much bolder look as it stands on 17-inch by 7.5-inch aluminium wheels with P255/75 R17 OWL on/off road tires. The car is completed with features like power convenience group, heated mirrors, power windows and many more.
The arrival of the Wrangler Freedom Edition is warmly welcomed by off-road enthusiasts. For average car junkies like us, we don’t see a need for too much Wrangler variation in the industry.