2012 Jeep Wrangler Strong Performance

There’s no other vehicle like it on earth. For nearly 70 years, Jeep Wrangler has ruled the rocks, road, and mud, taking complete charge of courageous capability. From the heroic Willys MB that played a major role during WWII and the wildly popular CJ-7 to its worldly incarnation today, Wrangler’s strength, endurance, and style are iconic. Where dreamers become doers, where every road leads to adventure, this is the legendary landscape where you and your Wrangler will thrive. For a serious exploration of worldly wilds, the legendary capability of the 2012 Jeep Wrangler expands your room with a view. Its updated cabin adds refined touches, yet remains true to its Trail Rated soul. In other words, all guts and more glory tell the tale of this icon a legendary story of adventure for nearly 70 years. Chrome details and available leather-trimmed seats are embedded into Wrangler’s new soft-touch interior. Available heated power mirrors and heated front-row seats raise your level of comfort in cool temps. And an all-new steering wheel places speed control, audio, and available Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) control settings at your fingertips.

Among the rugged interior details, Wrangler’s dash-mounted grab bar incorporates stainless steel bolts and an authentic Jeep stamp paying homage to nearly 70 years of purpose-built durability.

Jeep Wrangler is the Trail Rated original, fortified with components that give you the freedom to go anywhere and do anything. Whether your quest for adventure takes you up and over the red rocks of Moab, thrusts you into 15-inches of rushing river, or sends you out onto roads buried in fresh snow, Wrangler’s Trail Rated mantra of unmatched capability holds true for all who take the wheel. Get in, grab on, and go. Face that riverbed with confidence. A Trail Rated Jeep vehicle features additional electrical and body sealing, along with a high air intake for optimum water fording capability. An antilock brake system (ABS) with a 4W calibration helps to offer welcome control on unimproved surfaces like mud, sand, and gravel. Trail Rated traction helps you always remain in control on untamed terrain, slippery conditions (wet, mud, snow), and on steep mountain-like grades. A Command-Trac transfer case is smooth and quiet, yet tough and beefy, so you can tackle challenging terrain with confidence. (Standard on Sahara and Sport models.)

Wrangler takes open-air driving to a new level with standard removable full-framed doors and fold-down windshield. Power windows and door locks; remote keyless entry; power, heated mirrors; and a security alarm are available with the removable full-framed doors. Upgrade your all-weather or top-down experience with heated leathertrimmed or cloth front-row seats, including in-dash controls. An exclusive overhead sound bar turns it up with a pair of weather-resistant, mid-range, 6.5-inch speakers. Behind the rear seats you’ll find plenty of cargo room, now with a reversible cargo mat and an in-floor storage bin with lift-out tray, including storage for door and hardtop bolts. The unique, open-air design intensifies the off-road, outdoor experience. No other 4x4 comes close to offering as many top configurations as Jeep Wrangler provides standard.

Front and rear electronic-locking differentials balance speed between left and right wheels, maintaining forward momentum for the ultimate in traction. An instrument panel-mounted rocker switch can lock either the rear or both axles (standard only on Rubicon). Extra-tough bodymounted rails provide additional protection (standard only on Rubicon). A 4:1 low-gear ratio allows Wrangler Rubicon to crawl at a low speed for greater control and increases the amount of torque available at the wheels (standard only on Rubicon). Stamped steel skid plates for fuel tank, transfer case, and automatic transmission oil pan, if equipped, help protect Wrangler’s guts when battling boulders. Flip a switch and the sway bar disengages when driving under 18 mph in 4WD-low (4LO) mode. This allows the front suspension to travel up to 25 percent farther on Wrangler Rubicon than Sport and Sahara models (standard only on Rubicon). See Ramp Travel Index in Specifications. Built with a frame that’s fully boxed for strength, stiffness, and durability.

Choose any Jeep Wrangler, crank up the stereo, pop the top, and experience wind-at-your-back freedom. Be the first in your neck of the woods to get the streamlined look of the new body-color hardtop available on Sahara models. Full-framed and available half-framed removable doors offer even more open-air freedom on Sport and Rubicon models. Just as Wranglers are purpose-built for fun, they’re also infused with advanced active and passive systems designed to help keep you safe and secure. At the forefront are the standard advanced multistage front air bags. Choose the supplemental front seat-mounted side air bags for additional safety measures that are there when you need them. These deploy from the outboard side of each front seat, enhancing protection for the driver and front passenger in certain impacts. These air bags provide nearly instantaneous occupant protection by matching air bag output to crash severity.

These deploy from the outboard side of each front seat to enhance protection of the driver and front passenger in certain impacts. Each side air bag has its own sensor to autonomously trigger the air bag on the side where the impact occurs. These bright sources of light improve down-road visibility at night or during inclement weather. An advanced system designed to assist drivers in maintaining control of their vehicle at all times. It utilizes hydraulic Brake Assist, traction control, Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM), and available Trailer Sway Control (TSC) to constantly monitor driver input against the vehicle’s actual course. If needed, ESC automatically brakes and/or reduces engine torque. Meanwhile, ERM estimates the potential for wheel lift, reducing engine power and applying brakes if needed. TSC, packaged with the Trailer Tow Group, detects “sway” unique to trailering and engages the brakes to slow the vehicle and increases brake force to one side of the vehicle to help counteract the sway from the trailer. ESC has three modes: Full-On, Partial-On which shuts off traction control, and Full-Off which is ideal for off-road driving.

HSA works to prevent Wrangler from rolling away when starting the vehicle on an up- or downhill gradient. It holds the vehicle stationary for two seconds after the driver’s foot is removed from the brake pedal, allowing time to apply the throttle. HDC is packaged with the available 4-speed automatic transmission and diligently works to help Wrangler navigate steep declines at a steady and consistent speed. Uses high-strength steel and is integrated into the B-Pillar that runs into the floor, helping to improve side-impact performance and vehicle stiffness. Sometimes nature says “hello” with a bit too much enthusiasm. Wrangler’s collapsible, hydroformed front rail tips offer low-speed protection and can be serviced after impact events of up to 8 mph.

2012 Jeep Wrangler with 3.8L V6 SMPI engine with 6-speed manual transmission, Rock-Trac 4WD system, Tru-Lok front/ rear locking differentials, front sway bar disconnect system, Dana 44 heavy-duty front and rear axles, high-pressure monotube shocks with low-speed tunable valve technology, heavy-duty suspension, fog lamps, tow hooks, skid plates, Hill Start Assist (HSA), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM), 17-inch cast aluminum wheels with 32-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires, Media Center 130 radio, seven Infinity speakers including subwoofer and 368-watt amplifier, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, rock rails, leatherwrapped steering wheel with speed/ audio/available EVIC controls, lockable center console, advanced multistage front air bags.


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