The 2017 Wrangler Rubicon Recon is the newest of the Supra-Rubicon models that started in 2013 with the 10th anniversary edition Rubicon model; followed by the Rubicon X and Rubicon Hard Rock. Continue reading
Jeep recently announced what could possibly be the final year of the JK Wrangler. To no ones surprise, there aren’t any major updates for the 2016s with the next generation Wrangler on the horizon – due as a 2017 or 2018 model. Continue reading
After seeing some pictures on Twitter of what I thought was a re-up of the Arctic Edition Wrangler, I spotted what we now know is an X package for the Sahara Trim level.
I spotted a Tank Green Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon a few weeks ago while getting the oil changed in the Patriot. It reminds me of what I used to think of as ‘Jeep Green.’ Glad to see the dark green making a comeback for 2015! Continue reading
Still trying to hunt down a Rugged Brown! Continue reading
This is the first Wrangler color that I can think of that’s name has an apostrophe. Being a huge fan or funky colored Jeeps – I really like Amp’d. It is also an orange that most people could live with. Not quite as bold as Dozer… Amp’d is closer to Mango Tango with a hint of gold. Continue reading
Jeep has been making big moves with the available factory options for the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited. For 2013 Jeep released the 10th Anniversary Rubicon Model; adding winch bumpers, extra ground clearance, and 32 inch BFG KM2 mud terrain tires. For 2014, Jeep has taken those special add-ons and created the Wrangler Rubicon X model. Continue reading
Here I was, minding my own business walking the dealer lot while my friends in the Baker service department changed the Patriot’s oil, when I spotted a military-like-tan JK on the lot. I had completely forgotten about the new color DUNE, but here it is.
Despite the lack of a 25th Anniversary Wrangler, Jeep recently announced the 10th Anniversary Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Limited Edition for 2013. Jeep decided to honor the king of the trail by taking the most off-road-able production vehicle available today, and making it even more… off-road-able.
Following a plethora of special edition Wranglers for 2012 – The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the Arctic Edition, Altitude Edition, and the barely mentioned Freedom Edition – Jeep is kicking off 2013 with yet another limited edition JK. The 2013 Jeep Wrangler Moab edition is based on the Sahara model, and shares features of many of the special editions we saw last year.