Jeep Wrangler 2021 received significant updatesJuly 7, 2020
The cult American SUV has received a number of updates that, according to the brand, will help it better compete with the Ford Bronco.
For the first time in many years, a legitimate competitor to the Jeep Wrangler will appear in the United States – this is a revived Ford Bronco SUV. To remain competitive, the Wrangler 2021 model year will receive more standard features, according to Jeep dealership staff.
To improve off-road driving capabilities, the Wrangler Sport basic equipment now receives the Selec-Trac all-wheel drive system from more expensive versions of the model, rather than the existing Command-Trac system. The Jeep Wrangler in the off-road Rubicon off-road version gets the Off-Road Plus off-road system that controls throttle, gear shift points and traction control. For an additional fee, Sahara and Rubicon versions can get a front camera for better visibility.
The technology “package”, which is usually sold at retail for $ 995, is becoming standard on the Sport S.
In this case, the machine is equipped with a 7.0-inch screen infotainment system, as well as automatic climate control. Any model with a 7.0-inch display also gets a choice of tire filling alerts that allow the wearer to set the pressure when the tires are supplied with air, and a beep will sound when each of them reaches the designated level.
Although all of these additional features should enhance Wrangler’s competitiveness, it’s hard to imagine that the new Bronco will not be very successful with off-road enthusiasts. So far, all signs indicate that the new product will offer impressive off-road capabilities. Like the Jeep Wrangler, Bronco buyers will have a choice between two- or four-door bodies. There will be removable doors and even a removable roof.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Ford announced a new Bronco teasing teaser. The American automaker continues to skillfully fuel fan interest in the upcoming debut of the revived Ford Bronco. So, in the new video teaser, the brand declassified the sound of the new motor.
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