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When the Going Gets Tough - Think Jeep Rental

There are car rental options for luxury, speed, size and for making a great first impression, but when it comes to rugged rock-crawling and hard-core trailblazing you need to rent a Jeep. The tough Jeep Wrangler SUV epitomises the spirit of carefree adventure and is the motoring world’s kick-ass equivalent of Bruce Lee and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Just take a look behind the iconic vertical-slatted grille and you’ll understand why.

The Off-Road Abilities of Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wrangler rentals are powered by a 3.6L EGH V6 engine which delivers plenty of torque along with the six-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. Lower gears have the Command-Trac four-wheel drive system capability which engages at the touch of a button. This setting gives you the ultimate control on wet or slick surfaces or in severe weather conditions such as ice, rain and snow.

It also does the business when it comes to off-road activities and towing. Jeep Wranglers have earned respect for their durability, strength and manoeuvrability, thanks to those solid axles and electronically activated front and rear differentials. This allows each wheel to rotate at a different speed – ideal for navigating super-rough terrain or getting you out of a hole. You’ll appreciate the need for protective underbody skid plates, antilock brakes and electronic stability for the ultimate safety.

Large chunky tyres increase ground clearance for managing the most difficult obstacles while good suspension keeps you in contact with the ground and maintains traction. Even on suburban roads, a Jeep rental has its benefits. The shorter wheelbase, blunt bonnet and narrow frame allow them to squeeze into spaces where full-size 4x4 vehicles could not hope to fit. Five-seater Jeep Wrangler rentals also come with the standard Trail Kit of toys for a big adventure which includes a tow strap, Torx tool set, gloves and a couple of D-rings.

Jeep Wrangler Rentals

Jeep Wrangler Rentals include plenty of home comforts along with the rugged off-road capabilities. The upgraded suspension, chunky bumpers and rugged ridge seats provide on-road comfort for long-distance adventures, coupled with powerful engines that balance speed with fuel economy. Turn up the sound on the eight-speaker audio system and you’ll have plenty of decibels for those who want to howl at the moon.

Named one of the "Most Iconic Cars in the Last 20 Years" by Business Week, the Jeep Wrangler has an impressive provenance. It is a direct descendant of the military Jeep, favoured as a runaround by US forces during World War 2. Even the Jeep name originates from those early vehicles, nicknamed “General Purpose” or “GP” vehicles, which evolved into “Jeep”. Modelled on the original open-top Jeep Wrangler with its iconic fold-down windscreen, the third generation Jeep Wrangler encompasses the latest technology and engineering in its hard-as-nails design.

Why Choose Jeep Vehicles

When it comes to off-road adventure and challenging road conditions, Jeep Wrangler rentals not only look the part, they have the capacity to get the job done. Prepare to be surprised by the superb handling of this hard-working boxy Jeep SUV. It has forged a reputation for its off-road capabilities and is one of the few four-wheel-drive vehicles currently available with solid front and rear axles.

For off-roading Jeep provides a fun drive, particularly with the open-top Wrangler, which delivers a thrilling sense of outdoor adventure before you start the ignition. You may not be planning to take part in the Dakar Rally or an African safari, but it’s nice to know that when you rent a Jeep Wrangler it has the capacity to meet and exceed your expectations.

Reasons to Rent a Jeep Wrangler

If you need any more good reasons to rent a Jeep Wrangler, bear in mind that in 2007 it set the Guinness World Record for the highest altitude drive after transporting an Extreme Events Adventure Team up the flanks of the highest volcano on earth, the Ojos del Salado in Chile. The Wranglers drove off-road in extreme conditions from base camp to an altitude of 21,804 feet. While you are probably considering a Jeep rental for a lesser challenge, it’s still nice to know that this fun, sporty SUV has plenty of untapped potential. With its craggy good looks, proven capability and superior off-road handling, the Wrangler is definitely king of the off-road trail for those looking to rent a Jeep.