(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) The legendary Jeep Wrangler is the quintessential off-road vehicle that encapsulates the renowned Jeep slogan Go Anywhere, Do Anything' and has only gotten better with the 2014 Jeep Wrangler.
This 4x4 in action, negotiating sand, mud and rocks in royal style, is sure to keep the adrenaline pumping inside any driving enthusiast, true to its reputation as the benchmark off-road SUV.
The Wrangler's majesty lies in the all-new powerful yet smoother and more fuel efficient award-winning Pentastar 3.6lt V6 engine, which is recognised as a true workhorse that has consistently delivered robust performance and redefined durability in the toughest terms. The sixspeed automatic transmission takes the freedom of smooth hands-free shifting to higher levels.
On the aesthetic side, the seats and convenient interior courtesy lights score a perfect ten, while glare-eliminating rearview mirror, weather-resistant surfaces and washout exteriors enhance the utility value.
The concept of safety has undergone a total revamp with 2014 Jeep Wrangler. Standard and available safety and security features include advanced multistage front airbags ensure occupant protection by matching airbag output to impact severity.
Other safety features include available side-supplemental airbags with sensor detection, body-on-frame construction, onroad/ off-road four-wheel disc antilock brake system (ABS) and brake assist and more. Providing extra control is the hill descent control that helps you monitor throttle, speed and braking while traveling downhill.
Similarly, making uphill journey more enjoyable is the hill start assist control that keeps the Jeep's brakes applied for a short time after foot is taken off from the brake thus preventing a rollback. The 2014 Wrangler is available in Sport, Sahara and Rubicon models with two- and four-door options.
To find out more about the 2014 Jeep Wrangler and the Ramadan promotions from Dhofar Automotive or to book a test drive, call 2458 4530 or visit your nearest showroom from Saturday to Thursday, between 9.30am and 1.30pm, or 8pm and 12am, during the month of Ramadan