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Throttle Out - JL Wrangler Trims Explained

ExtremeTerrain Explains the Differences - Sport, Sahara & Rubicon

PAOLI, Pa. (Sept 17, 2018) – With the production of the all-new 2018 JL Wrangler in full swing, more and more new Wranglers are being seen on roadways and trails. ExtremeTerrain recently produced this video, hosted by Ryan Huck, explaining the physical and mechanical differences between JL Wrangler Trim levels. This video was designed to be a comprehensive guide, for those researching new Wranglers, to understand what is offered in each package.

Whether you re looking for a no-frills Sport, a more comfortable Sahara or a purpose built off roader like the Rubicon, Jeep has a trim package for you. -Ryan Huck

Sport, and Sport S are the most basic option packages for the JL with several à la carte options available as add-ons. Sahara, is the next step up featuring some nicer creature comforts, standard features, exterior enhancements and additional packages not available on Sport or Sport S models. Finally, Rubicon is the most off-road ready package from the factory with a lot of the creature comforts included on Sahara trims. To learn more, check out the video for all the trim-level and packaging details.

You can view this video here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttle-out-sept2018.html
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ExtremeTerrain.com is a leader in providing enthusiasts with aftermarket Jeep Wrangler and Toyota Tacoma parts. Located just outside Philadelphia, PA, ExtremeTerrain is dedicated to providing Wrangler and Tacoma owners with the best parts at the best prices while also ensuring the conservation and protection of off-road trails. Visit http://www.extremeterrain.com.

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