Design of Jeep Wrangler
The Wrangler is here in 2017 with four primary trims- the Sport, Sahara, Sport S, and the Rubicon. There are a couple versions also possible to obtain that are derived from those trims. The Sahara trim has LED foglights, hood insulation for reduced noise, AC, extra painted body panels and trim, automatic LED headlights, the Power Convenience Group items, 18-inch alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and almost everything that the Sport model has as well. The Sport model has a tilt-only steering wheel, full metal doors with crank windows, a collapsible, tumble-forward seat in the back, tow hooks, skid plates, 16-inch steel wheels, hand-operated mirrors and locks, a fold-down windshield, foglights, on/off-road tires, a height-adjustable driver seat, removable doors, cruise control, a spare tire that's full-size, and an audio system with 8-speakers (and a CD player/aux jack). The rock-rails-topped Rubicon trim incorporates a lot of these items, then adds an electronically disconnecting front sway bar, 17-inch alloy wheels, a heavy-duty Dana 44 axle on both axles, custom tires, and more. In the cabin, a multitude of features manifest themselves, like a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, AC, satellite radio, and a 115-volt outlet. All Wranglers have the option of being a soft top or a hardtop. The hardtop has to be either body-color or black in exterior color. The 2017 Jeep Wrangler can be obtained in one of two body styles: the Wrangler Unlimited, with its 4-doors and 5-passenger seating, or the 2-door, 4-passenger Wrangler, which we are talking about currently. The Unlimited model has a gas tank that is larger and a 60/40-split folding seat that tumbles forward.