Here at Fields Chrysler Jeep® Dodge RAM Sanford, we know our Jeep models are always at the ready to take on all kinds of terrain. Every year, FCA US LLC takes some specialized models into the desert to show off just what they are able to do. This year’s Easter Jeep Safari was no different, with a variety of new Jeep concepts showing off.
Many of the concepts were based on the new http://fieldscdjrblog.com/creative-writing-with-objects/ pickup truck. The JT Scrambler is inspired by Jeep models of the 1980s and differentiates itself with a metallic orange paint job and some bright “nacho yellow” stripes. It comes equipped with a sports bar and some other equipment that makes this pickup ideal for off-roading.
The Gravity concept is basically a big advertisement for the parts catalog. It comes equipped with $8,000 in aftermarket parts and is inspired by one adventurer’s climb up the 3,000-foot El Capitan Wall in Yosemite National Park. It’s been outfitted with two-inch tube doors, a mesh top, and a loaded bed rack. This concept is all about freedom.
The Jeep J6 concept actually isn’t based on the Jeep Gladiator. It’s based on the original off-road legend, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. It takes some influence from the J Series Jeep models made from the 1960s through the 1980s. It has a six-foot truck bed, length comparable to the Jeep Gladiator, and extra parts like rock rails. These Jeep models are ready for just about anything!
When you’re looking for unique models that can handle the roughest conditions, visit our http://fieldscdjrblog.com/teaching-creative-writing-to-fourth-graders/. While you may not need to tackle the Moab Desert anytime soon, we have some capable vehicles that are sure to catch your eye. We’ll help you build the perfect SUV or crossover!