Explore the New 2017 Jeep Wrangler in Indianapolis, IN
Carrying forward the tradition and legacy of the Jeep brand, the 2017 Wrangler earns appreciation from drivers and industry observers for its off-roading ability. At the same time, the newest Wrangler does a good job handling paved streets and highways. With so much versatility, it’s no wonder the Wrangler appeals to shoppers who want a do-it-all SUV.
For 2017, Jeep offers the Wrangler with two doors or four doors. For trims, there are three options: the Sport, Sahara, and the Rubicon. Kicking off the lineup is the price-conscious and no-frills Sport for $23,995*. With the Sahara at $30,445*, you get keyless entry and heated power mirrors. The Rubicon, with its extra features for off-roading, has a price tag of $33,645*.
Outfitted with 16-inch steel wheels, the Sport has an exterior that’s simple. Even so, it has fog lights, skid plates, a fold-down windshield, and tow hooks. It also has both removable doors and metal doors with hand-cranked windows. Move up to the Sahara, and the Wrangler has 18-inch alloy wheels, additional painted components, LED fog lights, and automatic LED headlights. Outfitted for the outdoors, the Rubicon has special off-road tires on 17-inch wheels, rock rails, LED automatic head lamps, and a sway bar with an electronic disconnect feature.
Every 2017 Jeep Wrangler has the same engine: a 3.6-liter V-6 powertrain that produces 285 horsepower with 260 pound-feet of torque. The transmission is a six-speed manual, and a five-speed automatic is available. Regardless of the trim, the 2017 Jeep Wrangler has four-wheel drive with high- and low-range gearing.
If off-roading is what you want, then look no further than the Rubicon. Thanks to its impressive array of equipment and rugged design, it’s ready to handle the most challenging terrains. According to third-party testing, the Wrangler zips from zero to 60 miles per hour in 6.9 seconds. That’s faster than Wranglers from previous model years. As for towing, the Wrangler handily pulls up to 2,000 pounds.
The cabin of the Wrangler Sport is basic and offers few features. The driver’s seat has a height adjustment mechanism, and the steering wheel tilts. For entertainment, there’s a CD player and an eight-speaker sound system. An available upgrade adds power windows and locks, while another optional package includes the power features plus heated seats and remote start.
Comfort and convenience are better with the Sahara. This trim comes with air conditioning, hood insulation to dampen noise, a steering wheel wrapped in leather, power locks and windows, and satellite radio. You’ll find the same creature comforts inside the Rubicon.
The two-door Wrangler provides 12.8 cubic feet for storage behind the back seats. Flip the seats down to access a cargo area that’s 55.8 cubic feet.
Safety features on all Jeep Wranglers include anti-lock brakes, stability and traction control systems, and air bags in front. If you want side air bags, you can get them on the Sahara and Rubicon. The Wrangler received the highest score in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s moderate-overlap front-impact test.
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