Jeep Wrangler: Driving Surface Grip to the Max

For several decades, the Jeep brand has continued to tweak its four-wheel-drive (4x4) systems to deliver top-notch off-road performance. And on the Jeep Wrangler, two types of 4x4 systems have emerged to provide exceptional tire grip on the surface, regardless of condition. These systems are Command-Trac® and Rock-Trac®.

Command-Trac® is the standard 4x4 system on the Jeep Wrangler. Equipped with an NV241 transfer case, you can activate optimized traction when needed. Plus, this system includes a 2.72:1 low range for rock crawling and a neutral mode for flat towing. The Rock-Trac® is reserved for the Rubicon, and it is the ideal choice if you want increased control and more torque sent to the wheels. This system’s transfer case provides a 4:1 low gear ratio for boosting rock crawling.

Ready to try out either 4x4 system for yourself? Then call us today at our dealership to schedule an appointment with one of our Jeep sales specialists. You will be able to test-drive a Jeep Wrangler to experience the superiority of both drivetrain choices.

 

 

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