The Jeep Wrangler has long been considered one of the best four-wheel utility vehicles on the market. Since it was introduced in 1986, it has been redesigned and revised, with the latest 2006 JK generation breaking the one-millionth barrier. In order to celebrate this great achievement, lets look at closer look at this popular off-roader.
The Jeep Wrangler has long been a popular choice with consumers. Each new reincarnation brought with it something new, taking drivers to the ends of the world. When the recent JK generation hit the market in 2007 it grew in popularity, forcing Jeep to produce more and more for thirsty European and US markets.
Zach Leroux, Plant Manager of Toledo Assembly Complex, said: 'more than 600 UAW-represented workers at the Wrangler assembly plant come to work every day with a dedication unmatched in the industry. We all understand that we are the keepers of the Jeep legacy and we take that role very seriously. The entire team is humbled to be part of this milestone moment.'
Coming in a slew of different models, including the Sahara and Overland, the latest generation was larger than the original cars. It comes a longer wheelbase, larger tyres and a massive boot. The 4x4 also comes with an assortment of powerful engines including a 197bhp diesel.
If you’re interested in getting your hands one of these poplar models please contact a Pentagon Jeep site and we’ll be glad to assist you.