Jeep has come a long way since its inception 75 years ago during World War II, but the company has a way of always sticking to its roots. The most unparalleled, unrivaled, and iconic nameplate in Jeep’s lineup is inarguably the Wrangler, based on that very first all-terrain reconnaissance vehicle that was eventually turned into the best car on the market for off-road enthusiasts. 2017 Wrangler updates have improved on some of the vintage aspects that maybe weren’t so great, however – like the old headlights that didn’t compare to competitors’ anymore.
The Wrangler’s old-style halogen lamp headlights have been classified as some of the worst on the market, sticking around in terms of design only for the sake of novelty. However, for 2017, Jeep’s designers have done away with the old lamps and replaced them with much newer and more effective LEDs.
That’s not the only new thing Wrangler lovers have to look forward to, either. The Sport S and Rubicon models also offer buyers an optional Cold Weather Package that includes all-terrain tires, heated seats, all-weather floor mats, and even a power convenience group among other things.
The 2017 Wrangler updates will become available on the market, along with the 2017 Wrangler, sometime late this year, when Jeep fans can do away with their old halogen-wearing models and opt for something a bit safer and more modern.