Best parts of owning a Jeep
A Jeep is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic American vehicles on the road today. So what makes it so great? Here are some of the best parts of driving a Jeep Wrangler:
Designed during World War II, the Jeep was created to keep Allied soldiers safe in the heat of battle. When adapted for civilian use, Jeep didn't lose the its toughness. In the decades since then, it has continued to develop and change without losing the rugged 4x4 features that made it great. Today, the Jeep is lauded by off-road drivers and outdoor enthusiasts as a vehicle that not only fits into their lifestyle, but improves upon it.
One of the most fun factors of a Jeep Wrangler offers is that they are endlessly customizable. If you're not happy with the standard Jeep storage
features, you can go out and add on a storage box with lid
. Want to attach a winch but your state requires front license plates? Pick up a flip-up plate holder
. Are you going to climb into your car after a long, muddy camping trip? Grab some all-weather floor mats. Plus, you can alternate between a hardtop and a soft top depending on the weather you're expecting. Just about every aspect of your Jeep is adaptable, so you can give your car plenty of personality.
Plus, there is a Jeep model for just about every lifestyle. If you are looking for a vehicle that can take you onto the back roads, check out a Wrangler. Have a few kids that you need to cart around but aren't emotionally prepared to become a minivan owner? Maybe a Grand Cherokee is for you.
Few vehicles on the road are as recognizable as a Jeep Wrangler. The classic look - largely unchanged in over 75 years - pays tribute to its military history. The newer models like the Liberty or Compass are sleeker and modern-looking without sacrificing the style that drivers have come to expect from a Jeep.
Whether you're driving around in your Jeep solo or carting your kids to and from school, you can trust that it is going to keep you safe no matter where you are. For those of you planning on keeping your vehicle on paved roads, it comes standard with plenty of safety features. If, on the other hand, you plan on bringing your Jeep off road, there are lots of additional features you should check out as well.
There is a certain way of life celebrated by Jeep owners across the country and around the world. Not only does driving a Jeep say a lot about you to the world around you - that you embrace freedom, individuality and the outdoors - but it also gets you access to a kind of Jeep-owners club. Anyone who has found themselves driving down the highway in a Wrangler has likely had the experience of passing a fellow Jeep driver - it often comes with a horn honk or a friendly wave.
Driving a Jeep allows you to easily transition from city life to a back-country excursion without ever looking out of place. No matter where you find yourself in a Jeep, you'll always fit in with the world around you. The maneuverability delivered by its short wheel base is great for both tight country roads and winding paths as well as squeezing into that last spot in the grocery store parking lot. No matter what you're lifestyle is, there's a good chance you'll find a Jeep that fits right in.