It is hard to believe that 2012 is nearly in the books and it is time to start looking to the new models for 2013. First up is the 2013 Jeep Wrangler Limited which is being offered in 4 trim levels: Sport, Sport S, Sahara, and Rubicon.
2013 Jeep Wrangler Sport
The Sport model of the unlimited includes a hot new interior that has been upgraded from the previous year’s model. It comes with a new, optional premium soft top and under the hood there is a 6 speed manual transmission attached to a 3.6LPentstar V6 pushing out 284 horsepower and 260 ft. pounds of torque. It also comes with the sporty Command-Trac 4wd.
Wrangler Sport S
The Sport S model features all the great parts of the Sport package, but also gets some fun upgrades. This trim package includes new electro chromatic rear-view mirror with LED Lamps, 17’ sparkle, silver painted aluminum wheels, air conditioning, 255/75 AT Goodyear tires and a cool chrome/leather wrapped shift knob and steering wheel.
The Sahara model gets all the above plus new embroidered cloth seats, 18” wheels and a premium tire pressure monitoring with an electronic vehicle info center. While the Rubicon gets the same seats and tire pressure monitoring system it also gets awesome 17” wheels with a polished face with mineral gray paint on the inner part of the wheel.
The overall look of the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited harkens back to the old days with styling that has made the Wrangler a classic, collectable vehicle. It will feature the signature 7-slot grille and the ever popular round headlights. As any Jeep Wrangler owner knows, there is nothing better than exploring the outdoors with the sun out and top off.
The 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited also offers up decent fuel mileage with an estimate 17mpg on the city and 21 mpg on the highway, which means you don’t have to sacrifice your wallet for the power and fun this Jeep offers.
Of course, while the 2013 Jeep Unlimited comes with everything a person needs to have fun on the highway, it does not come stock with all the Jeep parts and accessories one needs to stay safe on the trails. Make sure you grab a heavy duty winch, some body armor to keep the nifty paint job clean and of course, a safety kit complete with flairs, gloves, tow rope and other safety necessities.
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