Meet the 2017 Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited at Billy Craft Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

Few automobiles have evolved throughout the years to become one of the most beloved and reliable cruisers on the blacktop like the Jeep Wrangler. The concept of the Wrangler was born in the 1940s when three companies took on the challenge to build a vehicle suited for battle. The Wrangler is like a dinosaur. Built for the military, it can withstand almost anything. The "Go anywhere, Do anything®" motto still influences the production of Jeeps today. Introduced to the military in 1941, Jeeps were made available to the public in 1945 and have been an incredible driving force ever since. For 75 years, the Jeep Wrangler has been synonymous with freedom of the open road, authenticity, and passion-a few of the brand's core values. A Wrangler isn't just a car, it's a part of you and a part of your family as well.

The Jeep Wrangler is On and Off-Road Capable so it's Free to go Where it Wants

The 2017 Wrangler's 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine, Command-Trac® and Rock-Trac® 4x4 Systems can take you on any type of adventure you want whether it's a cruise down the highway or an off-road trek through the wilderness. It could be snow, rock, sand or mud, the Wrangler has a variety of 4x4 systems to conquer any type of driving condition. The Jeep Wrangler's Tru-Lok® locking differentials give the Wrangler unlimited traction so it has the power and torque to handle anything. The high-pinion Dana 44 front axle, standard on the Wrangler Rubicon, also helps make driving on the pavement a more luxurious experience. It adds ground clearance and helps reduce the driveshaft's joint angles for a smoother and quieter operation. Voted "Best 4x4 Vehicle Of The Decade" by Four Wheeler Magazine, the Wrangler Rubicon comes with Tru-Lok® electronic locking differentials, Mud-Terrain T/A® tires, the Rock-Trac® transfer case with 4:1 low-range ratio, electronic sway bar disconnect and rock rails. The 73.1:1 crawl ratio with the manual transmission lets drivers climb up rocks to places that others have only dreamt of reaching.

How the Jeep Wrangler has Evolved, but Always Stayed True to its Roots

With its iconic design, no other SUV looks like a Jeep Wrangler, making it easy to stand out and hard to miss. There are also many different ways to drive it, too. You could go topless, opt for a soft top, or choose a hardtop or body-color hardtop. The available modular Freedom Top® hardtop comes in a contrasting black hardtop or an option that matches your Wrangler's exterior color. If an easy-to-store and easy-to-open choice is more your style, you should try the Sunrider® soft top.

The ways to customize your Wrangler don't stop there. You can also go doorless, or opt for half or full doors, depending on the weather. The removable, full-framed doors come with roll-up windows, available power windows and door locks, map pockets with mesh nets and aluminum-forged hinges. The removable half-framed doors come with manual locks.

The Jeep Wrangler can adapt itself to drive and ride however you want it to.

Make the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Even More Capable

The Wrangler was made to be off-road capable. It comes standard with features designed for the trail from steel front and rear tow hooks for rescuing less capable vehicles, and its critical underbody components are protected by heavy-gauge steel skid plates for safer and more secure off-roading shenanigans. And if you need it to tow a large piece of equipment, don't fret. The Wrangler can handle up to 3,500 pounds, and it comes standard with Trailer Sway Control, which automatically kicks in whenever it senses the driver needs its help.

In addition to the towing and off-road features only Jeeps are known for, from the Connectivity Group Package, Power Convenience Group Package, and Cold Weather Group Package, Wrangler has a ton of different feature upgrades to make it even better.

The Connectivity Group Package comes with the Electronic Vehicle Information Center, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and Uconnect Voice Command. The Electronic Vehicle Information Center is a driver-interactive display in the instrument cluster equipped with compass heading, outside temperature, digital speedometer, vehicle info, ECO display, fuel economy, miles to empty, a timer, systems warnings and more. The Power Convenience Group Package makes the driver's life a whole lot easier. It includes power windows with the front one-touch down feature, power door locks, remote keyless entry, heated power exterior mirrors and a security alarm. The Cold Weather Group, available on Sport S and Rubicon models, is perfect for up North drivers. It includes heated front seats, all-weather slush mats, heated power exterior mirrors and remote start.

The Difference Between the Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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The Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited are practically identical. Wranglers come in a two-door body style while the Wrangler Unlimited is known for having four points of entry. Both are propelled by a 3.6-liter V-6 engine boasting 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, with a six-speed manual (standard) or five-speed automatic transmission. The Wrangler starts at $23,995 with the Sport; the popular Rubicon model is $33,645; the Wrangler Unlimited Sport begins at $27,895 with the Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4; and rounds out with the Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Recon at $42,945.

Stop by our Jeep dealership any time if you any questions, or if you'd like to test-drive and take a closer look at the 2017 Jeep Wrangler or Wrangler Unlimited. Billy Craft Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is located at 2639 Lakeside Drive, Lynchburg, Virginia, 24501, and we proudly serve drivers in the Lynchburg, Virginia area.

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