So you've chosen to abandon the urban cares of the Crossroads of America for the serene thrills of nature, living or driving to the mountains every now and then, you might want to visit your local Indianapolis Jeep dealers for a good set of wheels to lug along the tough terrain of mountain and dirt road driving. For one of the better choices for your wheels, look into the 2015 Jeep Wrangler.
Built for the Dirt Trail
Judging from the looks itself, you can tell that the 2015 Wrangler is built especially for rough terrain, what with the retro Jeep look and its 17-inch wheels. The old classic look, though, is pumped up with modern features, such as Bluetooth and satellite radio that make one's outdoors trek much more enjoyable.
One of the most important features of an off-road vehicle should be safety. The 2015 Wrangler isn't lacking in that regard. It comes equipped with driver and side airbags, efficient traction controls, brake assist, 4-wheel disc brakes, and electronic stability control.
Engine and Power
CarGurus writer Eric Tallberg talks spotlights the power of the 2015 Wrangler's powertrain and engine:
Unchanged for 2015 is the traditional 3.6-liter V6 powerplant that will again combine with either the standard 6-speed manual transmission or the available 5-speed automatic transmission for 285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. Both transmissions are again expected to flaunt their off-road prowess with hill-start assist and hill-descent control, but mileage numbers are still below par in this age of resource conservatism at 17 mpg city/21 highway for 2-door versions with either transmission, 16/21 for Wrangler Unlimited iterations with the stick shift, and 16/20 for automatic-equipped Unlimited trims.
The available trims for the 2015 Wrangler include the base Sport, the Sahara, the Rubicon and the Stretched-out Unlimited (a four-door version) that offers more passenger leg room, as it could now let in up to five people. The other trims feature movable convertible tops, and the Rubicon itself offers its four-wheel drivetrain with ultra-low gear as it has in the past.
Look into reliable car dealerships in Indianapolis, such as Fletcher Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM for more information on just what makes the 2015 Wrangler the best choice for mountain trekking and other rugged jaunts on the road.
(Source 2015 Jeep Wrangler, CarGurus)