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Jeep Wrangler excites the inner adventurer

Introducing the Jeep Wrangler, exclusive to DC Motors. Photo Tamara MacKenzie / The Morning Bulletin
Introducing the Jeep Wrangler, exclusive to DC Motors. Photo Tamara MacKenzie / The Morning Bulletin Tamara MacKenzie

TRAIL ready and rearing to go, the Jeep Wrangler is the adventure-seeking vehicle.

Making an appearance at Beef Australia 2015 last month, this buffed-up beast with all the bells and whistles had a lot of heads turning.

Wrangler's heroic and hard-core exterior sends a strong message of dominance and power on the road.

And its claim is backed up by what's under the hood.

A Pentastar 3.6 V6 engine with variable valve timing delivers the power to match Wrangler's legendary brown.

Boasting 209kW of power and 347Nm of torque, this efficient road master is cast from lightweight aluminium and sips regular-octane petrol.

Adventure awaits no longer with a Rock Trac 4x4 system.

At the heart of the masterful capability of Wrangler beats one of the world's foremost four-wheel-drive systems delivering extreme rock-crawling ability, thanks to 4:1 low-gear ratio.

Conquering terrain has never been simpler and more empowering - plus the outstanding ground clearance of the Jeep Wrangler gives you full permission to go where others fear to tread.

Combine that with heavy-duty suspension - solid axles with locating arms, track/stabiliser bars, coil springs, front steering damper and tuneable monotube shock absorbers - will make for a firmer drive at low speeds and a more relaxed journey at high speeds.

Ruggedly appealing on the outside, comfortable and sophisticated on the inside.

Jeep Wrangler provides an impressive command centre at your fingertips while seated in the roomy cabin.

From the Jeep brand steering wheel with available hands-free communication and audio controls to a host of available features that offer an array of special luxuries, Wranglers interior is designed to keep everyone travelling in the utmost comfort and style.

Included in the list of creature comforts is a new Alpine 9-speaker premium sound system to crank your volume loud and equalise the large life you live.

 

 

Jeep Wrangler's Uconnect system includes the features that will be rock your world.

Connect your own device to the available audio jack input and let your playlist create the mood.

The 6.5-ich touchscreen treats you to a wealth of intuitive features live voice control, navigation, climate control and so much more.

What's more impressive in the Jeep Wrangler is its ability to adapt to your style.

Remove the doors, fold down the windshield and open the sunrider soft top to experience life from a point of view that removes all boundaries between you and the world.

A complimentary tool kit is included with every hardtop Wrangler.

What's more you will never need to leave without your favourites with plenty of storage available throughout the Wrangler inside and out.

Wrangler features a lockable centre console storage, rear cargo mat and storage bin and removable fold and tumble rear bench seat.

With safety at the forefront of their mind, Jeep have included a range of features to ensure your drive is safe and secure.

This includes airbags, electronic stability control, hill start assist, energy absorbing front rail extensions, enhanced accident response system, heated power exterior mirrors and halogen headlamps and fog lamps.

For more information or to test drive the Jeep Wrangler, visit DC Motors or phone Andrew on (07) 4999 1200.



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