Design of Jeep Wrangler
The Wrangler is here in 2017 with four central models- the Sport, Sport S, Rubicon and Sahara. There are a few versions also available that are based on those trims. The Jeep Wrangler can be purchased in two body types for 2017: the Wrangler Unlimited, with its 4-doors and five-passenger capability, and then the 2-door, four-passenger Wrangler, which we are discussing here primarily. The Unlimited model has a large gas tank and a tumble-forward, 60/40-split folding seat. All Wranglers can be a soft top or a hardtop. The hardtop would have to be either body-color or black in color. The Sport model has a collapsible, tumble-forward seat in the back, tow hooks, a tilt-only steering wheel, full metal doors with crank windows, skid plates, a fold-down windshield, 16-inch steel wheels, hand-operated mirrors and locks, fog-lights, on/off-road tires, a spare tire that's full-size, a height-adjustable driver seat, removable doors, cruise control, and an audio system with eight-speakers (and a CD player/aux jack). The Sahara grabs the baton from the Sport and runs with automatic LED headlights, the Power Convenience Group items, LED foglights, extra painted body panels and trim, 18-inch alloy wheels, hood insulation for less noise, AC, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and more. The Rubicon version borrows most of this, then puts on 17-inch alloy wheels, a heavy-duty Dana 44 axle on both axles, an electronically disconnecting front sway bar, custom tires, rock rails, and more. In the interior, there are a lot of features as well, like satellite radio, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, AC, and a single 115-volt outlet.