Yeah, we are biased. We know the Jeep Wrangler is the top dog when it comes to 4-wheeling and offroad excursions. For 70+ years, few vehicles can come close to what a Jeep can do. So yes, we are the ultimate Fan-Boys of the ride.
2017 Jeep Wrangler Offroad Champion
The 2017 Jeep Wrangler is still the undisputed Champion of offroad vehicles. While other vehicles have come and gone, changed their ways, dropped out of production and tried to come back, the Jeep has been in consistent production since 1941
. Few vehicles can even touch that claim. Why does the Jeep continue to hold a place on the mantle year after year in the off-road world? Take the 2017 Wrangler for instance. Granted, it is the last year for the JK model. It is soon to be superseded by the next generation Wrangler in 2018, as the legacy will go on. One secret to the Jeep’s ability is the short wheelbase. The compact wheelbase makes it easier for the Jeep to navigate over nearly all types of terrains. Rocks, sand, mud, muck, etc. If there’s a way through, your Jeep will find it. Even bone stock, depending on the model (including Sahara and Rubicons, or Freedom Editions), a Jeep is manufactured with durability and capability in mind. Dana 44 axles, skid plates, rock rails, tow hooks, steel bumpers, electronic lockers, electronic sway bar disconnects. It is built with trailing in mind. With a particular purpose. What other vehicle gives you that intention built right into it? Sure, you could buy a stock vehicle, and spend thousands trying to make it off road capable. You do not have to do that with a Jeep. You can get off the dealer's lot on Friday, and be hitting the trails on Saturday. Do you want to get away for the weekend? Go with the number one off-road vehicle to get you there. The Jeep Wrangler