Feature: Jeep Wrangler Overland 2.8l CRD
April 06, 2020 at 2:27 PM
New to Autochoice Bristol is this rare Jeep Wrangler Overland for sale for just £21,948. Painted in silver with a removable hardtop and a load of extra features, the Jeep Wrangler is known as a competitor to the Land Rover Defender and is famous for its 4x4 capabilities, ruggedness and like the Defender, its decades old design.
And this example, in exceptional condition, shows off everything the Jeep Wrangler has to offer, with a single owner from new and a full service history covering it’s 57,000 miles. The paintwork and interior are flawless and give the Jeep a showroom fresh look.
The car features a full black leather interior with heated front seats, as well as climate control to keep the car comfortable in all weather. You will also find a Pioneer Audio system, with a subwoofer integrated into the boot, which when the seats are down offer incredible luggage space.
Power steering, electric windows, cruise control and multimedia display with sat nav make the driving experience a pleasure and for those who want to take the Wrangler off road where it is at its happiest, you will find hill descent control and an automatic gearbox with selectable differential modes and of course Jeeps famous all-wheel drive will be up to any task you throw at it.
Rounding out a stunning car are off-road tyres, including a new spare mounted on the rear, Bluetooth connectivity, heavy duty suspension and a powerful 2.8 litre CRD diesel engine.
Some Jeep Wrangler Alternatives
The obvious alternative as mentioned, for the jeep Wrangler would be the Land Rover Defender. The more rugged of the two, the Defender is admittedly more at home on fields and trails than it is on, well, most roads but this is part of its charm. The Defender is the work horse of the 4x4 world (at least in its original guise).
If you are looking for some of that off-road performance but would like a bit more comfort and practicality on the road, then we would look towards something like a Land Rover Discovery, which bridge the gap between the Grand Cherokee / Range Rovers of the World, whilst retaining high 4x4 performance qualities you will find in the Wrangler.
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