We’ve seen how many of our Landmark Dodge customers have appreciated the Jeep Wrangler throughout the decades. This premier, go-anywhere vehicle has withstood the test of time and has been a complete success. Seeing its humble beginnings as the Willis units that were supplied for the US Army in the 1940s, the Jeep Wrangler has now become the favorite among a very passionate group of followers who love living life to the extreme.
The staff on duty following the Jeep line and other scorchingly-hot crowd-pleasing summer vehicles at Autoblog.com announced this week that there will be a great pair of new colors added to the 2023 model: “Purple Reign” and “Earl Grey.” We happen to be the most excited about the purple variety, but fans of lucent silver may enjoy the looks of Earl, which Jeep claims is gray sporting “hints of aquamarine”. You can check out one of the only photos of the pair here. The Reign variety will only be available for a limited time during the 2023 model year’s release.
The Earl color had initially been seen by the public on the Jeep Gladiator Farout concept two years ago, and this marks an industry first as it is being released for production. Both colors can be added to any Wrangler model, including the 392 and 4xe. This is just one of the events that will make the upcoming year one of the most exciting ones yet for off-road enthusiasts, as the legendary Wrangler is more than ready to take Ford head-on and continue its unrivaled off-road abilities.
To assure that the Wrangler could continuously and fiercely compete against new rigs on the scene such as the Ford Bronco, Jeep originally offered the go-anywhere and adventure-ready Wrangler in 1986. It immediately became very popular and remained high in demand, and the newest incoming model is a sleek SUV with a boxier appearance and all the same appeal of the original models that arrived primed and ready for the campground, off-road trail, or ultimate canyon-crawling excursion.
A few of the Wrangler’s excellent features that make it so amazing off-road are the larger-sized fenders, shorter overhangs, and amazingly durable construction. The base Sport trim now comes standard with air conditioning and the Uconnect 4 arrives in ultra-modern style and functionality with a 7-inch touchscreen. Of course, you can still opt to remove the top and doors on a nice-weather whim, and fold down the windshield to fully experience the benefits of the outdoors during a cruise.
The Sport model also has durable skid plates to provide protection for the fuel tank and transfer case, three tow hooks, and a Dana 44 rear axle that is prepped for the harsh demands of the trail. Proudly conquering the challenges of the wild on deck are also 17-inch black steel wheels, all-season tires, halogen headlights, and fog lights as standard.