Three New Jeep Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Trims
It doesn’t seem like Jeep is going to slow down anytime soon. They’re always changing the lineup, and they just released three new trims. If any of you are fans of the Jeep Wrangler or Wrangler Unlimited, and we know you are, then you may be in for a treat. Say hello to the new Big Bear, Smoky Mountain, and Chief trims.
Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Big Bear
If it gets a little confusing with the plethora of Jeep models and trims, there’s one sure-fire way to tell the Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited Big Bear apart from the rest – its hood decal. The hood literally displays a topographical map of the John Bull Trail, one of the toughest and most challenging off-road routes in California’s Big Bear Mountains. It should go without saying the Big Bear trim is built for off-road adventure because it is equipped with rock rails, all-terrain KO2 tires, a soft top, and Jeep’s Command Trac 4×4 system. Throw in Sedoso seating for a comfortable interior, and enjoy a day out roughing it up while listening to an 8-speaker sound system. Starting MSRP is $28,695.
Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Smoky Mountain
The new Smoky Mountain trim is all about style and comfort. High-gloss black accents on the body, 18-inch polished high-gloss black wheels, side steps, body color hardtop, and a smoky mountain decal complete the exterior ensemble. In the interior of the vehicle are heated front seats, leather seating, a topographical map sports bar cover to show off when removing the roof and doors, and a pretty sick looking center console. Like the Big Bear trims, the Smoky Mountain trim also comes integrated with the Command-Trac 4×4 system. Starting MSRP is $34,345.
Wrangler/ Wrangler Unlimited Chief
All hail the Chief amirite? This is actually a pretty cutesy vehicle for Jeep, available in baby blue body paint with a white hard top. Of course, there are some dark colors there too if you want to still look “tough”. The exterior is pretty flashy, what with fine silver accents in the grille, a white high-gloss beltline decal, and 17-inch high-gloss silver wheels. Enjoy the interior with heated leather seating and a 9-speaker Alpine Premium sound system. If going off-road, rock crawl freely knowing the undercarriage has skid plates to keep it protected, and the Command-Trac 4×4 System has been installed. Starting MSRP is $34,445.
There you have it. Three new trims for the Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited, available in dealerships soon.