The legendary Jeep Wrangler The early ancestors were military vehicles that have proved their offroad capabilities our armed forces by shuttling through some of the roughest terrain in the world.
Now, 70 years later, that bare-bones, utilitarian vehicle grew, and (a little ‘) civil but no less American. To show his patriotism, Jeep has just announced a new package on its 2012 Freedom Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited models.
Identification of new trim packages on the road should be super easy. First, there are only three colors: Deep Cherry Red, Bright White and exclusive models, liberty, True Blue.
Every Wrangler Freedom Edition Receives a military-style star on the hood and rear quarter panels as well as “Oscar Mike” fender badges and “Oscar Mike” embroidered in silver on black seats of, tectonic fabric. “Oscar Mike” is military jargon for “On the Move”. Silver stitching accents leather steering wheel, door factory, seats, handle tomb door pulls and dash vent rings.
Outside are 17-inch alloy wheels with mineral gray inserts gray colored grille and bumpers.
Part of the purchase price of $ 28.165 the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited Edition Freedom Freedom $ 30.670 for charity for the benefit of U.S. veterans.
“And ‘the pride of our history and gratitude to all those who have served that we have chosen to donate $ 250 for each Jeep Wrangler Freedom Edition to be divided between these important charities that benefit military members and current return,” explains Mike Manley, President and CEO of the Jeep brand.