The 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL confirmed many speculations about the newest universal Jeep. Most interestingly is the survival of the Rubicon model amongst the 2 door Wrangler while the Sahara (a model that preceded it) is now relinquished to the 4 door only. All Wrangler models remain body on frame construction with removable doors and roofs, and a foldable windshield. Rubicon in both door quantities will remain available with color match fenders (now half colored half black) and a color match hardtop. Continue reading
In a surprise move tonight, Jeep revealed three images of the upcoming 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL at the 2017 SEMA show. We’ll still have to wait a few weeks to see full images and specs, but until then, enjoy! Continue reading
I’ve come to like the color match hardtops on Wranglers over the last few years; however, some colors look much better than others. Gobi is one of those colors that looks great with the painted top!
The color match top on the 75th Anniversary Edition Wrangler looks great in Mojave Sand! I think the bronze accents and bumpers look best with this color than the others I’ve seen. 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.
While taking a break from the mango cherokee – I spotted a color match Amp’d Sahara.
I promise this will be the last Crush Orange Wrangler post – I just love this orange so much and know that a lot of you are having a hard time finding them. As with all of the pictures I’ve taken, the color seems a little lighter than it actually is. The grille shot with the Crush parked next to the Dozer shows a good comparison of the two. enjoy!
With the addition of bold new colors, a few new options, and (most importantly) the new 3.6L pentastar-heart; Jeep pours some much needed life back into their icon for 2012.