The entire world of off-roading has seen so much intense change and development over the past decade, and all of us working hard on staff here at Landmark Dodge of Atlanta agree that it has been incredibly positive for the natural-born adventurer. Lift kits, suspension, and even the exquisitely-engineered beads on treads have undergone massive improvement to assure that every inch of terrain populated with boulders and stray rocks will be properly conquered.
The staff of Carbuzz.com posted a blog over the past week detailing a new package that will allow the 2022 Jeep Wrangler to compete fiercely head-to-head with the Ford Bronco, which we know has received a lot of attention for possessing increments of off-road mojo that customers now want. The insiders at Mopar recently reported on the 2022 Wrangler's trail-rated progress, and the fact that there will now be a 35-inch trail-ready tire option available. Coming in hot as a set of BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A K02 tires, these are identical to what is found on the straight-from-factory 33-inch Rubicon setup. It looks like the finely-honed wheel and tire package will be designed just for the Rubicon, but the coming 4Xe hybrid and 392 could proudly brandish these beauties as well.
We know from various sources that the Wrangler lineup was researched thoroughly by the Ford Bronco team, as the urge to hit up a new trail was going to be felt by many more than just a few after a year that did not offer much in the means of freedom. There's nothing quite as rewarding as rambling slowly over roots and loose shake with the likes of any Jeep model: the level of segment-leading customization, ability to pull the doors off and go with your gut, and reliability as a camping-and-climbing prepared vehicle resonates well with the many car buyers who are looking for a strong sense of adventure to go along with their next purchase.
The Kelley Blue Book rating crew online published a few choice reviews on their own website about the 2022 Wrangler, and the satisfaction level that drivers had after getting their new purchase far away from urban confines. One reviewer from Virginia claimed that this was a vehicle that was optimized to the fullest to expertly handle mountain roads and could conquer snow better than anything she'd ever encountered before.
Are you looking to get into a vehicle perfect for summertime excursions that has no quality issues, and that you can decide on a whim to quickly add on a teardrop camper for canoeing or biking? The incoming model is the version that really going to take the Wrangler to the next level, and other reviewers on this portal claim it is “night and day” when stacked up against past models. The incoming model boasts Rubicon rock rails, steel bumpers with a Warn winch, and a steel belly pan, as well as a two-inch lift kit to help with off-road duties and 37-inch tires to improve its “go-anywhere” capability.