Latest Wrangler Unlimited stirs ride, handling questions …
A couple years back I drove the newly redesigned Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and was wowed by how much better it rode, and drove, than previous Wranglers.
For those who don’t worship Jeeps as God’s gift to off-roaders, the Wrangler (2-door) and Wrangler Unlimited (4-door) are Jeep lovers’ favorite Jeep. They look decidedly Jeepy, like updated World War II workhorses, but with today’s interior finery and much better fit and finish outside. Plus they aren’t all olive drab. My test unit was Firecracker Red, a bright red that looked great. Continue reading 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4×4
Muddy fun for a Jeep geek
Full disclosure: I’ve been a Jeep guy for a very long time having first driven the SJ Cherokee back in the late 70’s.
I was forwarded on and email from my blogging partner, Mark Savage, who received an invitation from the Jeep people but couldn’t make it to an event. I was all over it and jumped at the chance, along with other media folks, to discover the off roading capabilities on the new JL Wrangler at Cliff’s Insane Terrain Off Road Park in Marseilles, IL.
This latest rendition created a lot of buzz prior to its release earlier this year, maybe even more than the last redesign in 2006. All kinds of speculation about what the JL would have and maybe not have. No worries off roaders, the Jeep guys were all over this from the start. Continue reading 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Muddy Fun