Vehicle Feature Series: Jeep Wrangler Unlimited – Frugal Novice

Vehicle Feature Series: Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

This is a sponsored post partnered with Century Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Mt. Airy. All opinions are honest and are my own.

The start of a new year is often the time that many people are thinking about refreshing things in their lives – cleaning out their homes, purchasing new appliances, and trading in their old vehicles for something new. With vehicles in particular there are so many options to choose from that I thought I’d take the next few days to feature several options. 

The first vehicle on my list is the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. I’ve always had a predisposition towards SUVs, and have always thought a Jeep would be a blast to own and drive. I’ve heard many people say that once you’ve owned a Jeep you can’t go back to any other vehicle, because you just love them so much. These aren’t a typical vehicle one thinks of when purchasing for a young family, but these can be a great choice for adventurous families with slightly older children. 

The Wrangler Unlimited has different options for roof designs. There’s the “Freedom Top” hardtop with removable panels above the driver and front passenger. There are also two different grades of soft tops available, and what’s called a Sky One-Touch roof, which is like a hardtop except for the flat portion directly over your head that folds backwards at the press of a button. This lets you get close to the openness of a soft top with its roof removed, butis simpler than having to remove the soft top. 

And of course one thing that’s incredibly unique about the Wrangler Unlimited is the ability to remove the doors, really integrating yourself with nature. The off-road capability of this vehicle is what it’s really known for, and having the doors off while off-roading seems like an awfully fun adventure. 

Wranglers in the past were more utilitarian, with metal finishes on the interior, but many have mentioned the style and comfort offered now for the interior – carpet, and a soft-touch dash – and the infotainment options.

The Wrangler Unlimited has over 70 cubic feet of cargo space behind the front seats and over 31 cubic feet behind the rear 60/40 folding seats with an extra cargo bed under the hatch. Parents, take note: the Wrangler Unlimited comes standard with a completely washable interior featuring drain plugs and durable waterproof coating to handle even the messiest disasters little passengers might leave behind. 

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