What is the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited?
The Jeep Wrangler lineup may have you a little confused with the inclusion of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. What is the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited exactly? Is it a trim level, or an entirely new model like the Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee? We have your answers right here.
Is there a four door Wrangler?
For years, people have been clamoring for a four-door version of the ever-impressive Jeep Wrangler, and that’s exactly what the Wrangler Unlimited is. It’s a whole new Wrangler model that still has all the same great features, power, and the iconic styling of the Wrangler, but with four doors instead of two.
This model was first unveiled in 2007, and it has been winning hearts and minds ever since. It still has the convertible options that the Wrangler has, which makes it the only four-wheel drive four door convertible SUV on the market.
That may seem like a niche, but Wrangler also occupies its own niche. Whether you are looking at a Jeep Wrangler or a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, there really is nothing else like them out on the road today. Rugged, Iconic, adaptable, and truly built for the off-road.
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited exclusive features
Keep in mind that the Wrangler Unlimited and the Wrangler are both very similar vehicles outside of the obvious, but even so, there are a few features that the Unlimited has that the Wrangler doesn’t. For example, the Unlimited includes 60/40 split folding rear seats, room for five passengers, but beyond that mostly it’s just different features being found at different trim levels.
Does the Wrangler Unlimited still have removable roof options?
Just like the standard Wrangler, the Wrangler Unlimited still comes with all the same amazing roof options for 2017 as you can see below.
You can opt for no top at all, a soft top or ragtop, a black hard top, or a body-coloured hard top. In case you weren’t sure, those last two options are also removable, meaning that no matter what, you have the convertible SUV that a Wrangler was always intended to be.
In addition to the roof options, you also have door options just like in the regular Wrangler. You can opt for full doors, half doors, or no doors at all. The first two options are also removable so you can cruise through trails or just around town without doors.