Test Drive 2018 Jeep Wrangler in Glendale Heights IL
Test Drive 2018 Jeep Wrangler in Glendale Heights IL
The 2018 Jeep Wrangler is the newest edition of an American icon. The sporty look dates back in some form to World War II. No longer a military Jeep, the Wrangler serves adventurous owners. It has won many awards, validating its value, its status as the king of off-roading, and its long-term durability. With its removable roof, the Wrangler stands alone among commercial vehicles. No other convertible can match this open air experience. Truly unique, the Wrangler comes in many styles, appealing to many different types of consumers. All in all, the Wrangler makes a case for fun. You can see for yourself at Dupage Jeep in Glendale Heights IL.
There’s no mistaking the muscular seven-slot grille, but you might still know the Wrangler is a Jeep even without the iconic front end. Off-roading governs the exterior features. That’s why the Jeep is built so high with class-leading ground clearance. This advantage is furthered by mounting the Jeep’s bumpers up high and tight. Limited overhangs mean that less can snag on pesky bushes. Extra water-proofing lets it ford up to two feet of water. Skid plates provide necessary protections for vital engine equipment. You can get a fold-down windshield and removable doors with the removable soft-top. There’s also a color-coordinated hardtop roof with removable sides. Spicing up the look, JK Golden Eagle editions wear a premium tan soft top. Bronze highlights impart a glossy look to the fender flairs, and they coordinate with the bronze tow hooks on the steel bumpers. Heavy duty rock rails add to its off-road readiness. If you choose the JK Freedom Edition, Jeep uses a low-gloss granite crystal paint with decals and graphics on the hood, fenders and rear. JK Altitude editions have black accents and a power bulge hood. Tan soft tops are on the Rubicon and Freedom menus, tan half-doors are on the Golden Eagle menu.
When the Jeep Wrangler earned the Overall Quality Award from a leading industry analyst, its success was due to its overall package. Strategic Vision recognized it as best in class for its value and style as well as its athletic nature. As you may know, there are two Wranglers. The two-door classic serves many singles and couples who want to live an outdoor lifestyle. The four-door Wrangler Unlimited is geared toward families who want to experience life more fully. Both are suitable for your daily commute and long trips. Three trim editions in multiple styles let you go from the basics to a customized look. It’s as if the factory has customized the ride for you, and that means every element is covered by the Jeep’s generous warranty. Unique color choices set some Wranglers apart. There’s an impressive dark olive, hinting at the Wrangler’s military past. A Jeep saddle brown is in keeping with the Wrangler’s penchant for the countryside. On the JK Golden Eagle special edition, black seats wear a distinctive logo. A light brown stitch provides an accent on the armrests, console, and steering wheel. Distinctive diesel gray accents spruce up the black leather upholstery in the JK Altitude model. Trim elements shine brightly with a Liquid Titanium look. An Oscar Mike logo accents the seats in the JK Freedom models.
An iron gray metallic dashboard accent and silver stitching add color contrast. Utility is emphasized by such features as the exclusive floor drain to allow you to wash the floors easily. The cargo hold lets you expand by folding the seats. On the dash, you can have a UConnect touchscreen. Bluetooth streaming audio works with your smartphone to provide a world of entertainment.
It’s rare these days when an SUV has standard all-wheel drive, but you can count on the Wrangler to do just that. The standard one has Selec-Terrain for snow and sand. The more advanced system adds a rock mode. With a two-speed transfer case, you can expect a 4:1 low-range gear ratio. Wrangler has a new trim called the JK Rubicon Recon. Built for thrills, it has enhanced off-road rock rails, a disconnecting sway bar, and Dana 44 axles. The big tires are 32-inch off-road-ready editions. Electric front and rear locking differentials are protected by heavy duty-cast covers.
Drivers like the Wrangler’s best-in-class performance. It has the highest horsepower among two-row SUVs its size. The engine generates 285 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque. Since driving enthusiasts love the Wrangler, Jeep makes sure to offer a standard manual transmission. Of course, you can also get an automatic and keep driving simple. The American-Made Index by Cars.com recently included the Wrangler. The vehicle is made in the U.S., and the majority of its parts are made in the U.S. or North America. For a test drive in Glendale Heights IL, head to Dupage Jeep. Our staff can give you more information about this tough, durable ride.
The 2018 Jeep Wrangler has a smart build to protect against impact. Airbags are on board to prevent injuries. Traction controls regulate stability and reduce the chances of sliding when the road is slick. An off-roading sport bar is fully padded for comfort and safety during off-road adventures. Offering peace of mind with your Wrangler investment, Jeeps earned the 5-Year-Lowest-Cost-to-Own Award from Kelley Blue Book.
You will find the 2018 Jeep Wrangler at Dupage Jeep in Glendale Heights IL.