(Posted on Mar 30, 2021 at 07:34AM by Darby Riales)
Riding on 17-inch steel wheels, the new 2021 Jeep Wrangler Sport is the base model you need in your life. Built to withstand the roughest conditions, this SUV promises all-terrain fun in BC.
Skid plates have been mounted to the underbelly to ensure that the Sport doesn’t take damage while traversing over jagged rocks. Tow hooks have also been integrated into the design to enable you to pull your friend’s Bronco out of the mud where it gets stuck. Meanwhile, fog-lamps add enhanced visibility for nighttime trips into the wild.
On the inside, you will find manual locks and crank windows. While this may seem to a less-than-modern design choice, it's actually ideal for when you want to remove the doors, front windshield, and roof. It’s much easier to strip the vehicle down when there are no automated systems to consider.
Want to take one out for a spin? Contact our team today!
(Posted on Mar 28, 2021 at 06:16AM by Darby Riales)
While the Jeep Wrangler is known for its off-roading prowess, the new 2021 Willys trim goes even further - allowing BC drivers to explore even the toughest trails with ease.
Rolling on 17-inch Moab aluminum wheels, the Willys uses massive 32-inch tires to navigate rough terrain. It also comes with shocks borrowed from the Rubicon to help make the experience inside the cabin a lot smoother; while front and rear stabilizer bars assure balanced handling.
Meanwhile, the limited-slip rear differential allows the transmission to shift gears seamlessly. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) affords precise performance, countering sudden pavement grade changes by automatically correcting under/over steerage; while roll mitigation technology ensures a smooth trajectory. Hill Start Assist software further improves off-road handling, enabling the Willys to navigate steep inclines by applying controlled pressure to the brakes and increasing overall traction.
To learn more about how the 2021 Wrangler Willys can adapt to BC’s most challenging terrains contact our team today.