About Jeep Wrangler
Jeep Wranglers have been undergoing regular modification in order to match the comfort that is required by the customers. That is why the figure of followers of Jeep Wrangler
has continuously grown across the globe. In the past decade or so, the changes have been more striking than ever before.
Dual airbags had gone into the remodeled Jeep Wranglers
that were introduced during the early 96 and 97 versions. Revised suspensions, which previously went away with leaf spring, were also newly installed. The appearance of this newer version was somewhat similar to the previous versions apart from the round headlamps that were newly installed.
There were 3 trim levels that had gone on sale which included Sport, Sahara and SE. They had a fresh Jeep Wrangler
design with canvas tops and plastic windows. The windows and the top folded much like the roof of a traditional convertible. There was an option present for the owners where they could get hardtop along with full doors made of metal and glass roll-up windows. The wheelbase was similar with the diameter being 93.4 inches. The overall length of Jeep Wrangler
remained identical to the previous model.
Power trains used in the Wrangler
were similar too with 4-cylinder engines in SE along with a 4.0-liter one for Sahara and Sport. The standard used was the 5-speed manual transmissions whereas there was also an option for a 3-speed automatic one. Command-Trac 4 in the wheel drives was the standard and the antilock brake was an option only for Sahara and Sport.
barely went through a change in the following year (1998). However in 1999, the Jeep Wrangler went through considerable changes. It then replaced the sliding levers of the previous models by a rotary climate control along with the inclusion of a standardized 19 gallons fuel tank.
A year later (2000), rear seats of Jeep Wrangler Models
got supplemented with child-seat tethers and 6-cylinder engines earned modification aiming for smoother operations. Standard radio of Sport was supplemented with a cassette player whereas Sahara included a CD-player. Optional wheels of Sport and SE were now similar leather-covered ones which were the standard for Sahara.
In 2001, Jeep Wrangler Models
got a conventional intermittent windshield wiper, remodeled centre consoles, optional subwoofers along with a plastic storage compartment. In 2002, Jeep Wrangler X came to the scene having conventional CD players.
In 2003, Jeep Company
4-cylinder engines were replaced by a 2.4 liter dual-overhead-cam having the capability of generating 147 horsepower. There was an inclusion of 4-speed automatic transmissions for both the engines. The front and the rear seats were also remodeled and rear-view mirrors having compass and temperature display was included.
During 2004, tilt steering wheels became standard for Jeep Wranglers
that was followed by inclusion of 6-speed manual transmissions in 2005.
In 2006, there was an additional inclusion of a package having Tire & Wheel Group AAS, spare tire covers and unique interiors.
have been through a host of changes and the above details were the proof of it. The changes were necessary for catching the eyes of the customers and the outcome has been successful with the Wrangler being the number 1 choice of everyone.