Design of Jeep Wrangler
All Wranglers can be a soft top or a hardtop. The hardtop would have to be either black or body-color. The Wrangler is here in 2017 with four central models- the Sport, Sport S, Rubicon and Sahara. There are a few versions also available that are based on those trims. The Jeep Wrangler can be purchased in two body types for 2017: the Wrangler Unlimited, with its 4-doors and five-passenger capability, and then the 2-door, four-passenger Wrangler, which we are talking about in this article mainly. The Unlimited is a well-loved model, yet probably needs its own write-up to fully go over its comprehensive feature list. The Sport model has tow hooks, skid plates, a collapsible, tumble-forward seat in the back, a fold-down windshield, 16-inch steel wheels, hand-operated mirrors and locks, fog-lights, on/off-road tires, a tilt-only steering wheel, full metal doors with crank windows, a spare tire that's full-size, a height-adjustable driver seat, removable doors, cruise control, and an audio system with eight-speakers (and a CD player/aux audio jack combo). The Sahara picks up where the Sport leaves off with automatic LED headlights, the Power Convenience Group items, LED foglights, extra painted body panels and trim, 18-inch alloy wheels, hood insulation for less noise, AC, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and more. The Rubicon version borrows most of this, then put on 17-inch alloy wheels, a heavy-duty Dana 44 axle on both axles, an electronically disconnecting front sway bar, custom tires, rock rails, and a lot more. In the interior, there are a lot more features, like satellite radio, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, AC, and a single 115-volt outlet. The Unlimited model grows the gas tank, and has a tumble-forward, 60/40-split folding seat.