2013 Jeep Wrangler Moab: Perfect for the Off-Road Warrior

There’s been a lot of news recently revolving around what Jeep is planning for the years to come. We covered it here, with new models being presented and details into what the current line-up will be getting. That’s only half the story it would seem as Jeep has put out details on yet another new model they will be putting out.

Jeep has announced the release of the Jeep Wrangler Moab. The name comes from one of the most celebrated places in the world to take a 4×4 out to and traverse around in. The Wrangler Moab is based upon the Wrangler Sarhara model and is decked out to handle the worst that nature has to offer. To do this, the Wrangler Moab will have 17-inch Rubicon allow wheels mated to Kevlar reinforced Goodyear Silent Armor off-road tires.

As far as exterior features are concerned, the Wrangler Moab comes equipped with unique Mopar power dome hood. It also has a black fuel filler door and tail lamp guards, matte black Jeep grille bade, and Moab decals on the hood of the vehicle. There’s even an optional body-color three-piece hard top.

The interior also manages to include some modifications to perfectly suit the outside warrior that will be traveling the wild wonders of the out-doors. The seats are premium black leather with the black stitching on the newly designed 2013 Wrangler seats. There’s a Moab embossed instrument panel grab handle and Mopar slush mats. The vent rings, steering wheel spokes, and grab handles have an iron gray trim.

This new Jeep model is, as Mike Manley, President and CEO of Jeep Brand said, all about taking the Jeep to a new height of capability. It’s looks to be a definite must for anyone looking to conquer off-road with power and fashion in one package.

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