Muskegon Drivers Know It Takes a Jeep Wrangler to Handle Our Backroads

The Legendary Jeep Wrangler Gets Some Great 2018 Updates:

Most drivers here in Muskegon can sport a Jeep Wrangler a mile away—maybe it's that classic boxy design, big bug-eyed fascia and toothy-grin grille, and muscular wheel arches—and some things never change; the 2018 Jeep Wrangler doesn't stray much from the formula, but keen observers will note a few aesthetic changes and updates.



Of course, some good things never change; the 2018 Jeep Wrangler still makes it easy to take off the doors, the top, and yes, even the windshield. However, the bar connecting the A-pillars remains in place in the 2018 Wrangler, which means your rearview mirror does, too! Other 2018 additions include a new steel frame, which makes the two-door Wrangler 2.5 inches longer and the four-door Wrangler 3.5 inches longer. The rumors about a diesel engine option are true, but the engine is not-yet available, anticipated for a 2019 release.

The Jeep Wrangler we know and love only gets better for the 2018-model year, with weight-saving aluminum, an upcoming diesel engine option, and plenty of modern amenities to pad your rough-and-tumble off-road adventures, Muskegon drivers have a lot to love and discover in the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

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