All 2018 Jeep Wranglers are Trail Rated

(It really HAS been the “Summer of Jeep”. Jeep Compass was one of July’s Top 5 selling vehicles and, overall, Jeep had a HUGE month in sales. But, that’s not quite as interesting as something we found at the Jeep blog. So, we thought we’d pass it along…)

Every 2018 Jeep Wrangler model carries a badge to show the world that the vehicle can go anywhere and do anything: Trail Rated.

But what exactly IS the Trail Rated badge? What does it signify and represent?

It’s actually MUCH MORE than a badge. For the past 15 years, Trail Rated has been a methodology, a guarantee and a recognized standard for proven off-road capability that Jeep 4×4 vehicles must meet.

Trail Rated is an industry-leading methodology initially established by the Nevada Automotive Test Center (NATC) and Jeep Engineering to objectively measure off-road performance for all Jeep vehicles.

These repeatable, consistent and reliable measurements of off-road performance include a combination of natural and controlled field tests on demanding terrain, as well as computer-simulated evaluation tests.

When the Trail Rated badge is affixed to Wrangler, it certifies that vehicle as designed to successfully pass five performance test categories:
Traction: Trail Rated Jeep 4x4s have enough traction and capability to conquer some of the toughest terrain on Earth. The Jeep brand lineup offers a variety of four-wheel-drive systems to suit all kinds of off-road challenges and driving conditions.

Water Fording: Trail Rated Jeep 4x4s feature additional electrical and body sealing along with a high air intake to help you navigate streams and flooded underpasses.

Maneuverability: Trail Rated Jeep 4x4s have the capability to navigate narrow gaps, dodge emergency situations and avoid cosmetic damage thanks to precision steering and optimized wheelbases, which allow for expert navigation at all times. The smaller the turn radius, the more capable the vehicle is at negotiating narrow gaps.

Articulation: Trail Rated suspensions enhance off-road performance by maximizing flexibility, axle articulation and wheel travel.

Ground Clearance: Jeep 4x4s are tested for their ability to drive over obstacles, and the criteria includes ground clearance and approach, breakover and departure angles to ensure the vehicle can clear logs, rocks and uneven ground.

The Jeep brand set the standard for off-road capability nearly 80 years ago and has continually delivered on its promise to provide rugged, versatile and innovative four-wheel-drive vehicles.

This experience, combined with innovative technology, makes Trail Rated Jeep Wrangler – and other Trail Rated Jeep vehicles – among the most capable on the planet.

Right now at Barnett, you can lease a LOADED Trail Rated 2018 Jeep Wrangler 4DR Unlimited 4x4 for only $279 a month. 

Also, we have a 2019 Cherokee Limited 4x4 for $229 a month (that’s right, a 2019 for just $229 a month). 

Or perhaps you’d prefer a LOADED 2018 Compass Trailhawk for a super-low $199?  

And a 2018 Renegade Trailhawk 4x4—also LOADED—is a mere $219 a month. 

A 2018 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 is $289. “Summer of Jeep” is right. 

You’ll find many more offers and specials, so stop in and ask us for details or click here to see them all.

And don’t forget the exclusive FREE Million Mile Warranty that comes with every NEW vehicle purchased from Barnett! See your Barnett sales associate for details on all the offers, and on the Million Mile Warranty. 

Offers end 9/4/18. OAC. See dealer for details. 10,000 miles per year. Security deposit waived. $2,999 plus first month’s payment, tax, license and fees due at signing. All leases shown are 36 months EXCEPT Renegade Trailhawk, which is 39 months.

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