If you are an avid fan of the outdoors then you know that very few vehicles are as capable as the Jeep Wrangler when it comes to off-road adventures. The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited in particular has exploded in popularity since the 4 door model became available in 2007. The Jeep unlimited matches plenty of space with balance, looks and top level off road capability right off the assembly line.
While there are plenty of capable trucks and SUV’s, few vehicles can match the following that the Jeep brand has. Add in the limitless ways you can modify your Jeep and you have an awesome utility vehicle that’s basically like one big Lego set for adults. Jeeps are the perfect off-road vehicle no matter what adventure you are planning on taking. They are amazing in the desert, over rocks, in the forest, through dirt, and as you’ll see from some pictures below, they are even rock solid going through water (as long as you aren’t flooding the engine bay).
One of the primary points of the versatility of the Jeep Unlimited happens to be how many different ways it can come equipped. Hardcore outdoor enthusiasts will love the 4 door option with half doors and a soft top which is primed to roll through perfect weather outdoors. Someone who might be more of a weekend warrior could easily choose a hard top with full metal doors and be a little more comfortable with some added creature comforts on the inside of the vehicle like leather seats and an automatic transmission.
Enough yammering on from us, below you will see 35 reasons why the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is filled with pure awesomeness.
Above is the what we like to call the “Big Green Monster.” This Jeep is fully customized for offroad adventures.
Another shot of the Big Green Monster, you can tell it’s been lifted, has larger tires and wheels as well as other mods.
The Silver Jeep above looks like it’s in it’s very own natural element off-road in the snow. The light bar is a nice touch.
Love the transformers badge. This jeep looks right at home in the forest.
Some Jeeps were born to be desert rats. This one looks like it’s playing the role nicely. Jeeps were made to be driven with the doors off.
This Jeep has been customized with cut fenders in the front to help improve the articulation of the front tires when it’s off-road.
The top light bar is a nice touch for those that life in areas where it’s not very well lit, especially if you are off-roading at night.
The front bumper has been shaved to allow for greater flexibility off-road – it’s a beast.
This 2015 Rubicon looks amazing just as it is. The sunset orange color goes great with the gunmetal grey stock Rubicon wheels.
Jeep off-road caravans are extremely popular. Jeep clubs across the US will often setup places to go together off-road and help each other out.off-road areas like Glamis.