You’ll get Space in Spades in the Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Stylish Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
Other than comfort and performance what else do you look for in a vehicle? Well for the classy people their car of preference are those fast and slick, while for the average office people are those that have moderate speeds and decent looking.

But for rugged people they will find satisfaction in the Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited!

This vehicle has been designed for carriage capacity and unlike other Wranglers it has a 20% larger backspace for extra luggage, but its hard top cover also keeps a close environment for the passengers; which means it is suitable for both city driving and off-road adventures.

Perhaps one of the most luxurious all-terrain vehicle in production under Chrysler’s manufacturing facilities, the Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has got everything to brag about when it comes to class and style. However, its ability to trek on any terrain speaks a lot about its versatility and remains true to its ancestors since the 1950s. Let’s take a peek inside and see what this beast is made of.

Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Engine

The Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has a 3.6L fuel injection system with a powerful V6 engine that creates an energy output of 285 Hp at 6,000 RPM. But don’t let its bulky size deceive you because it actually could go from 0-60 Mph in just 7.1 seconds, that’s pretty fast for an off-terrain vehicle. It also has a 6-speed manual transmission, four wheel drive 5-passenger capacity and an extra 70.6 cu.ft. of space at the back. It can go 16 miles for every gallon spent if you drive around the city and at 21 Mpg if you drive on the fast lane on the highways.

Black Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Price vs. Efficiency

The Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited average price ranges from $25,000 – $33,000 USD and has a service warranty of up to 36,000 miles consumed within 36 months or the equivalent of 3 years. So based on these statistics you can be sure that this nice piece of automobile engineering is really cost-effective even down to the grit. For the same price as the Ford Saturn and the Toyota Prius (Hybrid Technology) you’ll get more out of the Wrangler than these standard city cars. Don’t get me wrong though because these cars also have very impressive and unique features, like the Prius for instance, it has a huge electrically-fed dynamo that works with the main engine hand-in-hand.

It utilizes both electric and internal combustion engines to propel the vehicle, thus giving the car an extended range per gallon of gasoline. Sadly it can’t go where the Wrangler can go, so as you can see both sides have certain disadvantages in them but it also has to do with the purpose of their individual designs.

Conclusion

I can only say this: if you’re going to pick a car that you’ll depend on for 3-5 years or even up to a decade, then I suggest that you match everything the vehicle has to offer against your needs. So if you live in a mountainous or regularly rough terrain environment then you should pick the Hard Top Jeep Wrangler Unlimited as your trusted ally; otherwise you can choose the more subtle cars out there.