2011 Jeep Wrangler Mojave
Jeep's always made the New York Auto Show its home for worldwide reveals, and the 2011 show's holding to that line with the 2012 Grand Cherokee SRT8 and this special-edition Wrangler, the Mojave.
The wheel-and-tire package gets its name from the California/Nevada desert, and the paint colors are inspired by the same--the palette's limited to a choice of tan, white and black. The seats are embroidered with lizards, which also show up on the running boards.
For the Mojave edition, the removable hardtop is painted body-color, and the Rubicon Wrangler's 32-inch wheel package is added.
As with other 2011 Jeep Wranglers, the Mojave has a new interior with higher-quality plastics, more storage, and the option for a USB port and a media center with Bluetooth streaming audio.
The Mojave trim level comes on either base or Unlimited Wranglers, and shows up in showrooms in June. The base price on short-wheelbase versions starts from $29,945 including destination.__________________________________________________________________
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