Jeep Brand Discusses Revising Wrangler to Increase Fuel-Economy

August 31st, 2013 by

In the Magic City, the Jeep Wrangler is quite popular. You see,
Miami boasts adventure, and the same is true of the American
automaker’s iconic SUV. Actually, it’s known for its off-road style and
capabilities; although, excitingly, it’s evolving into much more than just an
all-terrain vehicle.

As you’ve likely already noticed, the Jeep brand’s
classic Wrangler has increasingly adopted innovative technologies and
well-designed ergonomics to soften the cabin’s style. That’s while keeping the
SUV’s wild spirit. Namely, a few of those amenities include premium soft-touch
materials and available heated front seats with the 2013 installment.

But that’s only the beginning, really. With an
upcoming Wrangler, most likely one that will arrive here at Hollywood
Chrysler Jeep
for the 2016 model year, the American automaker is
discussing the possibility of increasing SUV’s efficiency.

That may sound familiar; the Jeep brand recently
elevated the model’s fuel-economy by fitting the Wrangler with a fuel-sipping
V6 engine beginning with the 2012 model year. Equipped in the current-year Jeep
Wrangler, the powerplant earns the SUV an ample EPA-estimated 21 miles per
gallon on the highway.

As we mentioned, tongues are wagging that that’s
only going to get better. With that said, when the Jeep brand announces any
official updates, we’ll share them with you on our dealership blog.

In the meantime, we welcome you to stop by our
showroom in Hollywood, FL with any questions. During your
visit we’re available to continue the conversation while arranging test drives
in the new Jeep models that catch your eye.

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