About a month ago, Jeep launched the all-new Wrangler and like every Wrangler before this, the vehicle bears that classy military styling that dates back all the way to 1940. The vertical grille, round headlamps, boxy body and steel framework has all returned with a touch of modern technology.
In detail, the brand new Wrangler exhibits a smoother performance while offering a much more comfortable driving experience. The interior seats now offers softer cushion and the new suspensions ensure that the Wrangler does not rock so much when hitting on potholes.
It seems that the new Wrangler is built to cater the general market better. Then again, things could have been much better if the Wrangler is to offer competitive fuel economy and also better acceleration.
However, the Wrangler was born to be an off-road madness and this new Wrangler is no different. There is no doubting the fact that the vehicle offers a solid off-road experience which shapes its primary appeal. Furthermore, the Wrangler is also durable and rugged.
Even so, the overall upgrades on the Wrangler are still not enough to convince the general market. This is because not everyone is a fan of off-roading. Such a feature is only viewed as a perk rather than a necessity by most car junkies.
The all-new Jeep Wrangler is already available for purchase and the entry level model retails at $22,795.