2017 Jeep Wrangler Will Include Possible Fuel-Saving Features with Rumors Suggesting No Aluminum Body, And More

With the correct electronic motor available, you will have the maximum amount of torque available and with the correct combination of gear ratios and transmission; it is possible to make incredible crawl ratios. Manley further declared that the range could emerge as an issue with where going ahead with a dead battery might kill off the multi-day crossing of the Rubicon trail.

In the meantime, the government is planning stricter laws regarding carbon emissions and Jeep is presently being pressurized to transform fuel-guzzling cars into greener vehicles. Rumors suggest that Jeep is ready to take all necessary measures for improving fuel economy and it will begin by installing new features on the Jeep Wrangler.

If the Wrangler comes with an all-aluminum body, it will definitely become lighter in weight. If the vehicle is lighter, it means that Wrangler will be able to save more fuel. The Wrangler could also do a diesel engine which churns out great miles per gallon.

Sadly, the diesel market is quite unpredictable in the US and this could mean more trouble than the Wrangler can handle. Meanwhile, the present production facility for the Wrangler is fully occupied and from the looks of it, there won’t be any more Aluminum parts. Sergio Marchionne has revealed an upgraded plant located at Toledo which will begin with production and provide more work for existing employees.

Stay tuned for more updates on 2017 Jeep Wrangler!