The New Jeep Moab
Each spring, Jeep lovers make their way to Moab, Utah to celebrate anything with a seven-slot grille and have fun riding over some big rocks. This event is so important on the Jeep calendar that Moab is basically a synonym with the brand. In honor of that, Jeep now offers a special Moab Edition Jeep Wrangler.
Something very unique about the Moab Edition is that it’s based on the Sahara trim Wrangler which means you’re getting much more than a simple sticker package. The Moab comes with some extra off-road capabilities and beautiful 32-inch mud terrain tires. These features transform the typical stock Wrangler into something worthy of the Wrangler name.
Exterior features that set the Moab apart from the Wrangler include the hood and steel bumpers from the Jeep Rubicon, a limited-slip differential and full-time transfer case, rock sliders and visually appealing 17-inch matte-aluminum wheels. There’s a Moab sticker on the hood as well.
Step inside the Moab Edition and it’s basically just standard JL Jeep, which is much nicer than the JK Jeep. All the Moab Editions come with leather seating, a nine-speaker Alpine stereo and a leather-covered dashboard with contrast stitching. UConnect infotainment is standard as well, which is a good thing. You can get a brand new Moab edition for somewhere in the neighborhood of $40,000; according to the pricing of the standard Sahara and Rubicon trims.
Stand yourself apart from everyone who has a Wrangler. We know they’re great; but if you’re one who likes to stand out, what better way than purchasing a Jeep Moab? You still get all the features you love about a Wrangler and Rubicon, with a few added perks. Never seen one in person? Come into Bayway today and take one for a spin. We have Moabs on deck with your name on it. And for more Jeep content, check out our in-depth comparison between the Jeep Cherokee and Jeep Grand Cherokee.