Design of Jeep Wrangler
Charming and classic as ever, the 2017 Jeep Wrangler still prefers its optimal functionality over its appearance. The 2017 Jeep Wrangler was practically built for customization, with ample choices in factory and aftermarket parts. There are three core trim levels: Sport, Sahara, and Rubicon; each is two door and has a four-passenger capacity. Some of the features that the new Wrangler has that are well-loved are a vinyl convertible roof, or an optional hardtop with removable panels, and removable doors- who wants to be in a Wrangler without the wind in their hair? The Sport trim is equipped with 16-inch steel wheels, tires that are ready for on- and off-road, skid plates, a spare tire, tow hooks, a fold-down windshield, foglights, cloth upholstery, and an eight-speaker sound system. For a more comfortable ride, the Sahara switches to 18-inch alloy wheels, modernizes the technology with the Power Convenience Group, and adds LED headlights and foglights, hood insulation for a more quiet ride, air-conditioning, satellite radio, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. For those who really want a vehicle ready for the wild, the Rubicon reverts back to the Sport equipment and throws in 17-inch alloy wheels, shorter 4.10 axle gearing, specialty tires, a heavy-duty front axle, electronic front and rear locking differentials, a disconnecting front sway bar, an upgraded transfer case, rock rails, hood insulation, a luxury leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, air-conditioning, and a nine-speaker Alpine sound system. In the back, you get 12.8 cubic feet of cargo room, or 55.8 cubic feet when you flip the rear seating down.