Jeep Wrangler owners know that it's all about the power of the open road and where their Jeep can take them next. Jeeps shout "Have a blast in the sun!" the moment you hit the seat for your next drive. North Georgia has the sun and roads for your "fun in the sun" Jeep Wrangler. You will have a blast in one. It may not go super fast, but a Jeep Wrangler will go just about anywhere you want with style.
With all the never ending accessory possibilities you can add to a Jeep, you can show your true personality in a Wrangler. Knowing you can get more air in your face is a cool feature you can only get from a Jeep's removable doors and windshield. A ride like that makes the Georgia outdoors more fun. Wranglers make drivers love the sun even more. So get your thrill back by driving an outdoor trail or a long country road with a Jeep from Jacky Jones, your Jeep dealer in the Gainesville North Georgia area.
Off-roading is unparalleled in a Jeep. The Wrangler is raised high enough to go over any trail or dirt road. The sides have almost no restrictions. The body is tough and durable with skid plates to protect the engine, fuel tank, and transfer case. The axles are made with heavy duty materials that can withstand punishment. You can add splash guards that work great as well.
Resale value is built right in when you trade for a new Jeep. Customers tell us all the time how thankful they are that they get a good trade-in value when they trade in a Wrangler. Used Wranglers go fast off the lot here at Jacky Jones.
Plus, Kelley Blue Book, the main auto appraisal referrer, gave the Wrangler its 10 Best SUV's Award. The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited won the Best 5-Year Cost to Own Award, beating all other medium sized SUV's. Autobytel and Edmunds have additionally given their praises for best value to the Keep Wrangler.
The 2015 Jeep Wrangler comes with a choice of a manual or an automatic transmission. The powertrain delivers 285 horsepower. This smart 3.6-liter V6 also delivers a high rate of torque, pushing the Jeep to perform even at the lower speeds required for crawling over rough terrain.