After unveiling the Xplore Toyota FJ Cruiser at SEMA, order the company has made its way to unveil the XPLORE Jeep Wrangler at the Moab Easter Jeep Safari.
It is the first XPLORE Adventure Series that has set its date to get auctioned this fall and whatever the profits they make will be donated to the National Park Foundation.
The XPLORE Jeep Wrangler has received a very special finished touch with matte dark green paint and to flaunt its beauty ARB and Mopar equipment is available as a full complement. These adventure series Jeeps are now obtainable through the select Jeep dealerships all over the country whereas, advice a fraction of the proceeds that comes from selling of a particular XPLORE Jeep will also be handed over to the National park Foundation.
To motivate the enthusiasts of XPLORE Jeep Wrangler series, price four different packages are available that features the rising levels of capability as well as equipment. The packages are segregated as stage 1, 2, 3, and 4. The packages of first stage feature leather interiors (Katzkin) with wide spectrum of options such as Mopar Performance parts and Accessories installed by the dealer.
Stage 2 Vehicle Packages feature aluminum wheels of Xplore/Method Racing in black or machined-finish, Mopar catback exhaust, Bilstein 5100 Series shocks, and Xplore aluminum badges as well as floormats.
XPLORE Stage 3 has received a serious feature that includes Warn winches and IPF lighting, BF Goodrich off-road tires, rock-rails, ARB roof racks, roof-top tents, tire carriers, and bumpers. All these are accessible as mix and match accessories.
The Jeep owners of XPLORE Stage 4 get a free one year annual pass, available to all the national parks as well as other federal public lands. Besides, they also get a year subscription to the XPLORE Adventure Journal. Based on the Toyota FJ Cruiser, the first such program was already launched in January. The company has assured to provide the parts soon for various vehicles such as Kia, Hyundai, Toyota, Ford, GM, Ram Truck, Honda, Sabura, and Nissan.
By Sunita Mandal