New 2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup will be redesigned model with many new styling solutions and features. Familiar look of the old models will be kept, but there are going to be a lot of changes, including body enhancements, chassis and suspension. This legendary vehicle will surprise all fans and truckers with its innovations. However, price shouldn’t be affected a lot. Exact release date is not set yet, since Wrangler is under development.
2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup design
The 2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup will have clean design as it always was for this vehicle. That means, model gets rugged ladder frame and low range four-wheel drive. Fuel economy should be improved, since new light materials are used for body structure. More aluminum and carbon-fiber makes 2017 Wrangler Pickup less heavier than before. Same platform is used, so a lot of equipment is going to be familiar.
2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup engine
Under the hood of the Wrangler Pickup will be Pentstar V6 unit, but its volume is still unknown. The Chrysler’s ZF-sourced eight-speed automatic transmission is likely to be mated to this drivetrain and other details are kept as a secret. Some rumors say that four-cylinder powerplant could be an option, while there is no information about possible diesel unit. If it happens, that means richer torque level for 2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup. Standard drive mode for this truck is four-wheel, and off-road capabilities are on the highest level.
2017 Wrangler Pickup trailer
For 2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup engineers predicted upgraded towing by adding trailing hitch and other equipment to it. Attaching these features is not so easy since new Wrangler Pickup is made to run on tough terrains. Because of that, there are trailer hitch receiver, ball mount and pin and clip, trailer hitch ball and wiring harness added to regular model. Two types of hitches are offered: receiver and high rock rear bumper hitch. For better leveling the trailer, there are ball mount with pin and clip. There is also trailer hitch ball, available in three sizes, as attachment point.