When you look at a Jeep you think about all the rugged places you could go. Off road, in the mud, or even maybe high in the mountains. Sounds like a couples car or even for you daring singles. But the new Jeep Wrangler is different. It even has a 4-door option for families. Below I have 5 reasons to buy a Jeep Wrangler this winter.
1) Available Four-Door Model
Although the two-door model may not be the best choice for families, the available four-door version provides enough interior room to satisfy most parents. The four-door design allows everyone in the crew to experience the fun of riding in a Jeep Wrangler. It is a great choice for the drivers who love taking road trips with a group of friends.
2) Great for Traveling in Snow
Unlike the average sedan, the Wrangler can handle relatively deep snow with no problem. The robust all-wheel drive system gives the SUV superb traction in bad weather. The Wrangler’s outstanding amount of ground clearance will certainly come in handy during emergency situations.
3) Convenient Features
Several high-end features are offered on the new Wrangler. Travelers will love the simplicity of the touch-screen navigation system. Adventure seekers will also find the 115-volt power outlet to be extremely convenient when camping. The available tow hooks come in handy for pulling other vehicles out of deep snow and mud. Some of the other noteworthy features include an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, an Alpine sound system, and leather seating.
4) Excellent Cargo Capacity
With the rear seats folded down, the two-door Wrangler’s cargo capacity expands to 55.8 feet. However, the four-door model is even more impressive with a total cargo area of over 70 feet.
5) Fun Driving Experience
Drivers who crave adventure will find the Wrangler to be a very entertaining vehicle. While the SUV performs adequately on the street, it really steps up the level of fun when traveling off-road.
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