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Wrangler Big Bear Tames Toughest Trails

The Jeep Wrangler Big Bear special edition is built for the toughest trails in America. Choose the sporty two-door Wrangler for you and a couple of friends to wander off deep into the wilds of the Mogollon Rim, or opt for the four-door Wrangler Unlimited that has plenty of room for the entire family. With all-terrain tires, rock rails and the patented Jeep Command-Trac 4×4 system, the Big Bear is ready to go wherever you want. Check in at Chapman Payson Auto Center to see about getting a test drive on the new Wrangler Big Bear.

Exterior Built for Trail

From the topographical map on the hood depicting the John Bull Trail near Big Bear in California to the black tail lamp guards, the Jeep Wrangler Big Bear is an expression of your desire to explore where others don’t dare to tread. Steel rock rails ward off obstacles during your rock crawling and river crossing adventures so you don’t have to worry about dinging up the body. The tail lamp guards and fuel filler door not only look cool, but help protect sensitive areas from damage. Big Bear is the only Wrangler to have the Wrangler name on the hood in an impressive decal.

Interior Built for Comfort

Just because you’re off exploring Mother Nature doesn’t mean you have to be uncomfortable. The tough exterior of the Big Bear is contrasted by the plush interior, featuring soft cloth seats that are heavily bolstered to keep you in place when the going gets rocky. A leather wrapped steering wheel, all-weather slush mats, grab handles and a 115-volt power outlet adds to the convenience and comfort. Add the power convenience group package and you’ll get power locks and windows, remote entry, power heated mirrors and an auto dimming rearview mirror with reading lamps. Stay in touch with the outside world with the connectivity group that offers Bluetooth streaming audio, Uconnect voice recognition to control the audio system and an electronic vehicle information center.

Command-Trac Smooth and Quiet

Shift on the fly from two-wheel drive to four-wheel high and back again at highway speeds up to 55 mph with the Jeep Command-Trac 4×4 system. Once you’re locked into four-wheel drive, the transfer case splits the torque evenly between the front and rear axles to make sure you keep moving even during the toughest conditions. Shift down into four-low and you get the power and torque needed to control your Jeep for the toughest off-road situations. By multiplying the torque through another set of gears, you get ultimate control for climbing or descending steep hills. See the Jeep Wrangler 4×4 in action when you take a test drive at Chapman Payson Auto Center.

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