Jeep’s Paris Motor Show Lineup Features Moparized Wrangler, Renegade
Jeep is bringing a whole slew of vehicles to the Paris Motor Show this month, but there are two specific models that we can’t help but be excited for. Along with the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the rugged American brand is also bringing two vehicles that have been “Moparized”—the Wrangler Rubicon and Renegade.
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These two models, which were overhauled by Fiat Chrysler’s Mopar brand—and therefore absolutely oozing Jeep capability—are raring to go off-roading. The Wrangler Rubicon features a MoparONE package. This package includes a 2-inch lift kit, steering damper, guard plates, and blacked-out 17-inch alloy wheels. These wheels contrast well with the Wrangler’s Hyper Green exterior color, making it extra drool-worthy.
Seriously, who wouldn’t want to be behind the wheel of this Wrangler when taking on rough terrain?
The customized Wrangler also has a black light bar with off-road lamps, a hood scoop, a fancy new grille, half doors, and other great features.
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While the modified Jeep Wrangler Rubicon might be difficult to follow up, the Jeep Renegade does a mighty fine job of it. This model has a yellow exterior paint with an army-style star on the door, harkening back to Jeep’s roots as a military vehicle. The bright yellow paint is enhanced with a matte black trim, and the Renegade also has a 1-inch lift and all-season tires.