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Whether you're taking your Jeep Wrangler around town, trail blazing or managing tough road conditions, you know you're well prepared to tackle it. The Wrangler has been tested rigorously to prove it can handle all roads and terrain without any difficulty, making it one of Jeep's Trail Rated SUVs. For those interested in the latest styling and features, the upper trims deliver above and beyond. To make a better decision on which Jeep suits your needs, remember to do a bit of research or just talk to the team at your local Jeep dealership in Paris, TX. Keep in mind that the Wrangler is a two-door model, but you can also check out its four-door counterpart, the Wrangler Unlimited.
In addition to its incredible capabilities off the road or in tough weather, the Jeep Wrangler will be the perfect companion on your daily drives around Paris. The Uconnect Systems ensure that you always have your favorite music at your fingertips, can take calls with Bluetooth*, and can even take you to new destinations with available navigation. Whether you hit the trail and want to keep items secured or are just going into a store, the lockable center console is a convenient addition that shows Jeep puts customer needs first. You will find other features that do the same thing, such as McKinley leather trim, the easily removable Wrangler tops, and LED lighting.
The Jeep Wrangler has a patriotic character that has taken cues from the military Willys Jeeps that contributed to the allies' victory in World War II. The Wrangler has become a car for regular people, and its price and features are now on par with other luxury cars. This vehicle has a devoted following that would never contemplate buying other vehicles. The Wrangler is popular partly due to its body type and powertrain options, including a plug-in hybrid version. Jeep adds a Freedom Edition Wrangler model for 2023 with a special design and features. The Rubicon model features new 17-inch wheels.
The Jeep Wrangler has become an icon with its styling and capabilities, but it wasn't always this way. The world didn't have the Jeep Wrangler until 1987, and it has spent those decades gaining a name for itself. The Wrangler was built to succeed the Jeep CJ, which had aged a bit by 1987, considering it arrived during World War II in 1945. The first Jeep Wrangler was actually known as the YJ and was lighter and drove better than the CJ. It had the same engines as the CJ and borrowed parts from Renault (an AMC partner) and the Cherokee. This was also the only Jeep of this type to feature square headlights. The first generation Wrangler had Goodyear Wrangler tires, three trims, and the choice of two engines. It managed to balance off-road capabilities with on-road driving comfort.
The Wrangler got a few key updates for 1991, including a new 6-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower and 220 pound-feet of torque. They also introduced the Renegade at this point, which lasted until 1994. Anti-lock brakes became an option in 1993 and a three-speed automatic transmission became available the following year. The next generation of the Wrangler, the TJ, arrived in 1997 with standard airbags in the dash and steering wheel, a lower drag coefficient, and more modern appearance. The Rubicon arrived in 2003 and the Wrangler Unlimited in 2004. The third generation, the JK, started with the 2007 Wrangler.
When it comes time to learn more about the Jeep Wrangler, take it on a test drive, or buy your own model, head to head to Hodge Dodge in Paris, Texas! Our staff will work with you to answer any questions you have about the Wrangler and show you our extensive selection of new and used models. We also have an on-site service center to help you take care of your Wrangler in the future.
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