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Posted August 20 2010 06:00 PM by Zach Gale 
Filed under: Miscellaneous, Jeep

2011 Jeep Wrangler interior


What a jeep. All the things in new piece are very attractive and improved according to time. The interior are really very attractive.


Yes, Jeep definitely has improved the Wrangler. Every year since my dad had his Willys in the early 1950s, it seems Jeep has improved...evolutionary rather than revolutionary. This latest (2011) certainly makes the interior more inviting. While a few might object, most people will welcome the enhanced creature comforts the revised interior offers. The outside body-colored hardtops are fine, too, because the true essence of the Wrangler has been faithfully is still the premier off-road vehicle in many, if not most people's minds. My caveat in all of this is that the 2011 is really only half of the equation for most Jeep enthusiasts. The real "gift" comes, according to Allpar, in 2012 when the Pentastar V6 becomes the standard Wrangler engine. With an almost 40% horsepower gain from today's underpowered V6, we will likely see no decrease, and perhaps an increase, in mpg figures while greatly increasing horsepower and, hopefully, a modest increase in torque. Fortunately, Chrysler will work out any bugs to this engine on the new Grand Cherokee. Because it has been thoroughly tested, I think we'll find it will be a worthy and reliable edition to the Chrysler vehicle lineup. While a lot of vehicles suffer when redesigned, the Jeep Wrangler has, like a fine wine, only improved with time.

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