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Jeep earned a reputation for durability with the original military transport models during World War II, and they’ve built on that legacy over the decades that followed. The modern Wrangler is a direct descendant of those old Willys models, and it now demonstrates unrivaled off-roading athleticism as drivers continue to rely on it whenever they head into rough terrain. In addition to its impressive performance and durable gear, the Wrangler also offers a wide range of features for boundless customization, and the adventure vehicle can be equipped with advanced systems for entertainment, assistance, and safety.
If you would like to learn more about the Jeep Wrangler, call or come see us at Firkins Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM. Our experts can tell you all about its capabilities, features, and options, and we would love to help you pick out the right trim for your needs. You’re also welcome to come by to take the Wrangler for a test drive.
Jeep introduces a new plug-in hybrid option to the Wrangler’s lineup for 2021. The powertrain cranks out a substantial 375 horsepower with a combination of an electric motor and turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, all while maintaining respectable efficiency. you can equip the plug-in hybrid powertrain in the Wrangler’s four-door Unlimited body style, and Jeep has stowed the battery pack under the back seats to keep from sacrificing any ground clearance. The SUV’s standard engine is a 285-horsepower 3.6-liter V6, while a diesel option is also available. With any configuration, you can expect the unwavering athleticism and traction that Jeep is known for, and you can equip the Wrangler with off-roading gear like locking differentials, skid plates, and more. When set up to tow, the 2021 model can pull up to 3,500 pounds.
New variations also join the trim range for 2021, including the 80th Anniversary Edition with commemorative badging. An Islander model also debuts with its own styling, featuring a tiki theme, an available white hardtop, rock rails, and more. The standard Wrangle Sport can be equipped with a two-speed transfer case, and the Rubicon trim is available with Rock-Track four-wheel drive.
Jeep has fitted the Wrangler with hearty materials to endure the demands of a dedicated adventure vehicle, and the floor’s convenient drain plugs make cleaning out the cabin a breeze. The interior is also water-resistant to help guard against the elements. Standard Wrangler models come with two doors and seating for four, while the expanded Wrangler Ultimate sports four doors and space for five. Everyone will enjoy plenty of legroom, and the seating provides posture support for a comfortable riding position. If you want to feel the breeze without interruption, you can even remove the door panels and top.
Jeep offers several touchscreen sizes for the 2021 model, and the onboard infotainment system can be equipped with popular tech features like a Wi-Fi hotspot, smartphone connectivity, and navigation. Available safety systems include automatic emergency braking and blind spot monitoring. A rearview camera comes standard.
Even though the Wrangler nameplate didn’t grace a Jeep SUV until the 1980s, the vehicle’s history can be traced back to the second World War. U.S. forces relied on the four-wheel drive Willys MB to travers inhospitable landscapes starting in the 1940s, and when the vehicle returned stateside, it found an audience within the civilian market. The Jeep CJ sported the iconic seven-lotted grille for four solid decades before the Wrangler debuted in 1986. While it was lighter than the outgoing C, it retained the vehicle’s removable doors, a feature that had become a Jeep standard.
Over the following years, Chrysler purchased Jeep and the Wrangle received numerous updates to its design and functionality. In 1997, the Wrangler TJ debuted with a taller body and stiffer construction, and the Rubicon followed six years later to please diehard Willys fans. This well-received model was celebrated as an off-road machine that could negotiate uneven terrain with confidence. The JK followed in 2007, leading the Wrangler in a new direction that blended its established off-roading skill with modern technology and conveniences.
The Wrangler is ready and waiting for you here at our dealership, and we are standing by to help you make it your own. Take a look at our selection online to pick out the ideal model for your wants and needs, then come by to try it out for yourself. We know you’ll be thrilled with the Wrangler’s celebrated performance, and you’ll be even happier once you see the final price. Remember to ask about our Deals of the Day to see how much you can save on the vehicle you want.