Jeep Planning To Send Off Wrangler With Special Edition Models

Posted: Nov 29 2016, 11:49am CST | by , Updated: Nov 30 2016, 8:17pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Jeep Planning to Send Off Wrangler with Special Edition Models
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Current Wrangler’s final year will come to end in style.

The new Jeep Wrangler will be available for sale in the year 2018. However the company is doing its best to make sure that the clients are kept interested in the Jeep.

The company is all set to send off the current model of Wrangler in style. This is the reason that they will be offering a number of limited edition current model Jeep Wrangler, until the new one arrives.

According to the recent news by Automotive News, the company is going to introduce the new editions as Sport Freedom and Sahara Winter editions of the Jeep Wrangler this year.

These special edition models are introduced so that the interest of customers stays strong in Wrangler and the sales are not affected. A true Jeep Wrangler fan is sure to get impressed by these limited edition units which are styled and customized in their own ways. 

The Sport Freedom Edition will be a patriotic edition for instance. The logo of “Freedom Star” will be engraved on the hood and rear fenders.

Along with these American Flag decal on driver’s side front fender will be placed. Other than that it will have 18 inches Granite Crystal Wheels, tail lamp guards and other exclusive badges will be a part of this edition. 

The off road jeep that will be called Sahara Winter Edition will come in a different look. The jeep will come with rock rails, full LED lights, a standard but customized head top, remote start on automatic transmission along with a number of special badges and decals. 

There is news that more and more decal editions will be provided by Jeep next year in order to make the sales of Jeep Wrangler go in steady way throughout the next year too.  

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