The 2017 Jeep Wrangler Is All Set to Impress with Better Fuel Economy Ratings, Workers at Toledo Plant Aren’t Happy With Rising Demand, And More Details

With the vehicle being made up of aluminum, the new 2017 Wrangler will be lighter and furthermore, it should enjoy an improved fuel economy. Further reports indicate that it will arrive with the turbocharged diesel engine which was seen in the Cherokee. With the new diesel engine, the vehicle will enjoy better fuel economy, making the Wrangler greener as well.

Meanwhile, the people who are putting in extra hours at the Assembly Plant in order to get the vehicles rolling in time are not at all happy.

After being notified that for the purposes of production, the ceiling will be pushed further higher, the workers were mighty displeased. Reports suggest that the Toledo plant will be upgraded in order to accommodate more machinery and equipment for the production of the 2017 Jeep Wrangler.

It has turned out to be an immensely popular off-road vehicle and we all know about the increasing-population of Jeep crazies out there. At the same time, the plans to introduce and use aluminum parts for the Jeep Wrangler are going strong. At first, Jeep wanted to use aluminum completely but later decided to utilize parts made out of it.

With the current overloaded state of the plant, this upgrade is not possible and as a result, it will see some changes soon. The production for the 2017 Jeep Wrangler is going at full speed in order to meet the rising demands of customers.

Stay tuned for more updates on 2017 Jeep Wrangler!