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Five Reasons the Jeep Wrangler is the Ultimate Off Road Vehicle

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Stock Rubicon Blows Away Competition

When “FourWheeler” magazine took seven of the top four-wheel drive stock production units through a series of grueling tests, it wasn’t a surprise that the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon came out the clear winner. With off-the-showroom-floor features like electronic locking differentials, disconnecting sway bar, skid plates, traction control and Jeep’s patented Rock-Trac four-wheel drive system, the Wrangler made quick work of all the trails. Named for one of the toughest and most iconic trails in America, the Rubicon is not only a great daily driver, but as comfortable climbing a rock-filled slope as it is maneuvering through tight city traffic. See what makes the Wrangler the best off-road choice with a visit to Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

Rock-Trac Provides Torque and Plenty of Control

With a 4:1 low gear ratio, the Rock-Trac four-wheel drive system on the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon lets you crawl over rocks on the way up and keep you in complete control on the way down a treacherous mountain trail. Rock-Trac makes it as simple as pointing your Wrangler in the right direction and letting the system deliver the power to the wheel that needs it most. Feather the gas as needed and you’ll soon find yourself at the top of the hill looking down at everyone else.

Dependable Pentastar Engine Provides All the Power You Need

The Pentastar V6 engine has been a reliable performer in the Jeep lineup for years. With 285 horsepower and 260 foot pounds of torque, this little workhorse is great for climbing steep inclines or making a safe merge onto freeway traffic. With great power comes great responsibility and the Jeep delivers with up to 21 miles per gallon on the highway. That equates into an optimum 472 miles per tank, which won’t leave you stranded whether you’re on a long road trip or out on a dusty trail.

Hills no Match for Driver Assist Features

With Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control, the Jeep Wrangler is as close to a self-driving vehicle on the lonesome trail as you’re apt to find. Looking down at a steep decline can be a little harrowing, but with Hill Descent Control all you need to do is steer as the vehicle handles the speed and braking on its own. Hill Start Assist keeps the brakes applied until you start to give the Wrangler gas, making sure you don’t slip backwards.

Comfortable Interior Lets You Relax on Trail

From available heated leather seats to a symphonic surround sound system, the Jeep Wrangler makes driving anywhere an enjoyable experience. Plug your MP3 player into the audio jack or take advantage of Bluetooth connectivity to stream your favorite music. There are plenty of power outlets to keep everything charged, and when the trail work is done the Wrangle has a washable floor with drain plugs. Just hose it out and you’re ready to take this beauty out on the town. For comfort and performance, it’s clear that you cannot beat a Jeep. Take a Wrangler for a test drive by visiting Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

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