Jeep has unveiled the Wrangler Freedom Edition. Created as a tribute to past and present members of the United States armed forces, $250 from each sale will be donated to the Fisher House Foundation and the I Support Foundation, charities that benefit military personnel.
Based on the existing Sport model, the Freedom Edition is available in either two-door Wrangler or four-door Wrangler Unlimited guise.
Fittingly, the only colours on offer are Deep Cherry Red, Bright White and True Blue, all of which come with a Mineral Gray finish for the 17” alloy wheels, front grille and bumper inserts. Finishing off the exterior look are unique ‘Oscar Mike’ badges, various decals, body-coloured wheel arches and a Mopar fuel filler cap.
The ‘Oscar Mike’ logo is repeated on the front seats, which come upholstered in black tectonic fabric. Standard equipment includes remote keyless entry, the UConnect telematics system and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.
Available now, the Wrangler Freedom Edition is priced at $28,165 for the two-door version and $30,670 for the four-door.
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