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!
I found a pair of Chief Wranglers at a local dealer last week; a Sport Unlimited with the BFG tire package, and an Unlimited Freedom Edition! Continue reading
The Freedom Edition Wrangler received some changes for the 2016 model year, including new badging and custom seats. Continue reading
The 2016 Wranglers have started hitting dealers and I was lucky enough to catch a pair of Black Bears today. The Black Bear features a topographical map of Colorado’s Black Bear trail as well as “Wrangler” side hood decals. Rubicon rock rails, tail light guards and a flat black grille are standard on the newest special edition Wrangler. I still think the Willy’s is a better package overall, but the Black Bear’s map and optional color match top are pretty cool. Continue reading
I’m a sucker for a nice orange Jeep. Mango Tango is still the best Orange (in my opinion) of recent years, but Sunset Orange is certainly a color I would order a JK in, if I were ordering a JK. The best way to describe the new orange is to imagine if Crush and Rock Lobster had a baby. Sunset is well named for the hue; with a nice mixture of red and orange, while remaining dominantly orange. Continue reading
I was actually really surprised when I turned the corner and saw it – I wasn’t expecting it to look anything like this. The Copper Brown Wrangler has almost a bronze look to it, and was not as dark as I had anticipated. It wouldn’t be my first choice color, but I’m sure some people will like it. Continue reading
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
Prior to 2003, there were few factory options available that would increase the offroad ability of your YJ or TJ Wrangler. Lift kits, rock sliders, heavy duty transfer cases, heavy duty axles, selectable lockers, sway bar disconnects, and lower axle gearing (among other things) were reserved for aftermarket manufacturers, or ambitious do-it-yourself-ers.
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!