2012 Jeep® Wrangler: Off-Road or Paved Road

To reach distant trails in your Jeep® Wrangler, you might have to travel by highway, so it’s imperative your 4×4 can handle off-road trails as well as city driving. When it comes to adventures in dirt or on pavement, the 2012 Wrangler will get you where you’re going.


The 2012 Jeep Wrangler 4×4 offers, as always, the ultimate in off-road capability with a standard Sunrider® soft top or Freedom Top® hardtop option on Sahara for a premium appearance. Wrangler’s rugged heritage and Go Anywhere, Do Anything™ attitude is back this year, and better than ever, with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6, now offering 285 horsepower at 6400 rpm and 260 pound-feet of torque at 4800 rpm. The 2012 Wrangler also has a modified oil pan for steep angle maneuvers and a relocated alternator for maximum performance in water fording.


But in order to get muddy on the trails, you sometimes have to navigate through the city. That’s why the 2012 Wrangler’s five-link solid axle front and rear suspensions are improved to deliver excellent articulation and handling for optimum highway driving. Jeep Wrangler’s new powertrain and shocks, new heated seats and mirrors, steering wheel mounted audio controls, and sound-deadening features make the 2012 models perfect for the blacktop. Plus, with added fuel economy (EPA estimated  17 city / 21 hwy) Wrangler will get you to the trails efficiently.


Jeep Wrangler has always been a formidable foe on the trails—and with added comfort and performance for 2012, getting to those trails just got a whole lot more fun. Let us know in the comments   where do you plan to do most of your driving this year. Hitting the trails or cruising the city streets?

2 Responses to “2012 Jeep® Wrangler: Off-Road or Paved Road”

  1. cant wait for the 2011s to be gone and off the lots around here so i can get my hands on one of these babies! its better in every way! oh yea except that it still has a minivans engine. ill keep the old i6 anyway i guess. its more fuel efficient anyways.


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