New Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited Trims Added to Lineup
Earlier this year, Jeep added the upgraded off-road capable Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon to the lineup, and now there are a few more limited edition trims. Standing strong with 14 trims, the newest limited edition Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited trims include the Chief, Smoky Mountain and Big Bear.
Here’s a look at some of the new highlights on the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited lineup.
Jeep Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Chief
Say “Aloha” to the new Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited Chief, which is all about the Jeep heritage and style. Sporting a retro beach vibe and a power dome vented hood, the Jeep Wrangler Chief looks has a unique white hard top accented with high-gloss white beltline decal lines. Buyers have the option of three exterior colors including the signature Chief Clearcoat Exterior Paint and there are silver accents on the vehicle’s grille, logos and the rims are high-gloss aluminum. To further accentuate the Chief’s retro look is a heritage four wheel drive decal in white on the rear swing gate. The vehicle’s interior includes heated leather-trimmed front seats with light diesel gray stitching.
Starting MSRP $34,445.
Jeep Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Smoky Mountain
Whether forging a new path in the foothills or taking the scenic route, the new Jeep Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Smoky Mountain has all you need to enjoy the drive. The Wrangler Smoky Mountain encapsulates a rugged appearance as it is available in four smoky gray shades and white and the exterior is covered in high-gloss black accents. Additionally, the new trim has a sculpted hood design that provides a more aggressive look.To keep passengers and the driver comfortable as they explore off-road, the vehicle is fitted with Black McKinley heated leather-trimmed front seats.
Starting MSRP $34,345
Jeep Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Big Bear
The Jeep Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Big Bear has one of the coolest hood designs that we’ve ever seen on a Jeep. This Wrangler trim has an exclusive hood decal that is a topographical map of the legendary John Bull Trail in California’s Big Bear Mountains. To make the Jeep as tough as the John Bull Trail, the Big Bear is equipped with rock rails, All-Terrain KO2 tires and the Command-Trac 4×4 System. Other features include mid-gloss black aluminum wheels, Sedodo seats, Jeep’s power convenience group and connectivity group packages.
Starting MSRP $28,695.
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