Monday, April 11, 2011


The Jeep Wrangler, also known as the YJ, TJ, JK, and J8 is your compact four-wheel drive SUV manufactured by Chrysler. It is produced under the Jeep marque. For those of you old enough to remember, it is the successor to the World War 11 Jeep Willys.

This sport utility vehicle hit the street in 1987. It went through some overhauls ten years later, and, in another ten years, in 2007. It maintains its unique popularity today. The defining feature of the Wrangler is the use of live axles (front and rear). The Wranger was known as the YJ in 1987 to 1995. The 1997 to 2006 Wranglers became known as TJ's. Unlimited Wranglers, known as LJ's, were produced from 2004 to 2006. Today, since 2007 we have the JK. Jeep Wrangler enthusiasts around the world use these two letter designations in or to differentiate which model is being talked about.

Each of the SUV's come equipped as follows: 3,956 cc 4 liters in-line front longitudinal engine with 98.4 mm bore, 86.7 mm stroke, 8.8 compression ratio, cast iron block, cast iron head, overhead valve and two valves per cylinder. The Wrangler's can be fed with unleaded fuel, in the 76 liter fuel tank, with an EPA highway estimate of 13.1 miles per gallon. There is a multi-point injection fuel system. The power offers 134 kW, 180 HP @ 4,750 rpm; 220 ft lb @4000 rpm. In crash test ratings the driver's and passenger's side have received four stars. The Wrangler has received high marks for maneuverability and off-road performance with 4 wheel-drive.

The 2010 Jeep Wrangler has a new soft top this year. It is designed to open and close more easily.


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