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From its boxy body to its unmistakable performance, the Jeep Wrangler makes a bold impression on the road and out in the wild. Tough terrain and challenging trails are a thrill to traverse in the athletic Wrangler, and this adventure-ready SUV has built a reputation on conquering uneven ground. The modern models also handle with ease on streets and highways, and Jeep offers various features and gear to help you make the Wrangler your own inside and out.
If you would like to see the Jeep Wrangler for yourself, come check it out here at our dealership in Lithia Springs. You’re welcome to visit us at Calavan CDJR West to get behind the wheel of this rugged off-roading champion. We know you’ll enjoy the Wrangler when you start the engine for a test drive.
The Willys Xtreme Recon package joins the Wrangler lineup for 2022. The 3.6-liter V-6 engine is standard on the Willys Xtreme Recon model, only available in the four-door unlimited body style. This package also includes 17-inch wheels with 35-inch BF Goodrich KO2 all-terrain tires, upgraded brakes, a 1.5-inch suspension lift, and a slew of blacked-out exterior trim and badges. Meanwhile, the base Jeep Wrangler Sport features the Hinge-Gate Reinforcement by Mopar®, which helps keep the car sturdy when you’re off-roading. The Uconnect 3® with a 5-inch display keeps you connected even when you’re far from civilization. The standard 3.6L V6 24V VVT engine ensures that you have the power you need to get through any situation.
The Wrangler nameplate accompanied its first Jeep model in the 1980s, but the acclaimed off-roader’s history stretches much farther back than that initial badging. During World War II, U.S. personnel traveled across harsh landscapes in the original Willys MB models, which established the tall-vented grille, circular headlights, and rugged performance as mainstay qualities for models to come. After the war, a civilian version of the Willys MB earned a hearty reception from American drivers, and this model eventually gave rise to the Jeep CJ.
The CJ badging graced the versatile vehicles that followed the Willys MB until 1986 when the Wrangler arrived as the new frontrunner of Jeep’s lineup. A taller body followed in 1997 with the premiere of the Wrangler JT, and the Rubicon trim arrived six years later to thrill drivers with its astounding off-roading ability. As Jeep continues to pioneer what the Wrangler can do, they’ve complemented its durability and power with onboard amenities and modern technology.
Come test drive the Wrangler whenever you’re ready to see what Jeep can do for you. While you’re here at Calavan CDJR West, you can also explore our entire new vehicle inventory to imagine all the possibilities. Don’t forget to ask about our monthly deals to see how affordable the vehicle you want can be!