We love the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and know that you will too! It is just going to be a matter of which Wrangler Unlimited you will fall in love with. Today we want to take a look at a few of the different trim options and highlight a little about each to help you decide which trim you should go with. It is important to note that some of these trims are special editions and only available for a limited amount of time. (Most of these trims can also be applied to the Jeep Wrangler model, if the Unlimited isn’t quite your style.)
The Jeep Wrangler has been with us in one form or another for 75 years. “Military duty, postal service, rock hopping, mud womping, vacation rental—you name it, Jeep’s original 4×4 has literally put the U in SUV. Everyone’s seen one, and like the original Volkswagen Beetle, odds are good that most people have a Jeep story,” (motortrend.com). With that in mind, the test vehicle in question is the Hard Rock limited edition version of the Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon, which adds a bell and a whistle or two over the standard truck.
The Wrangler Rubicon is already as capable as any SUV on the market, but the Hard Rock version does add some spice to the mix, as well as $4,800 to the base price. We’ve seen many of the Hard Rock’s changes before on the Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition, and we’re happy to see them return. Visually speaking, the biggest change over the standard Rubi is the steel front bumper. Featuring removable end caps, red tow hooks, and integrated foglights, the winch-ready metal bumper saves you from turning to the aftermarkets. The Hard Rock also comes with a Power Dome hood. Essentially air vents, the new hood does look pretty good.
For more information, stop by All Star Jeep Dealer near Oakville.