2012 Jeep Wrangler Apache by Mopar

The Jeep Wrangler Apache by Mopar is also in the concepts list that made their debut at the 2012 Easter Jeep Safari before being available for customers later this summer. The model is powered by a new Mopar 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 engine that delivers approximately 470 HP and 470 lb.-ft. of torque to the rear wheels. The engine will be mated to either a five-speed automatic transmission or the six-speed manual transmission also found in the 2012 Wrangler .

The new Jeep Wrangler Apache will also be distinguished by Mopar Pro 60 5.13 front and rear axles, a 4.5-inch Stage 3 long arm lift kit and off-road bead-lock wheels. For the exterior package, Mopar will add high-clearance flat fenders, rock rails, front and rear half-door kits, a Stinger front bumper, and a Warn 9.5ti XP winch. The interior will add Katzkin leather seats, a locking center console box, and different Mopar modifications.


Who needs a highly stylish vehicle when it can’t be functional and reliable anyway? This one is more ideal for its power and efficiency!

The appeal that it has is weird. It’s not outrageous, yet it’s attention catching.

Mopar’s tuning is apparently minimalist that it makes it insipid, but it oddly appeals to many.

The toughness and competitiveness can already be visualized by just looking at its wheels. The con about its exterior is that the paint job is cheaply done.

If we’ll only base our judgments upon its appearance, then surely, not a lot will be attracted to it. However, its engine is promising of a great power and high performance.

From its appearance, you can already assume that it’s high-performing and mighty. It lacks the style, yes, but I don’t think it contributes to its reliability and competitiveness anyway.

You’d not notice the blandness of it appearance as you’d be too busy being astounded by its capability.

This is so inexplicably attractive; the blandness of its style is even appealing, and I don’t know how that is possible.

Evident on its figure and wheels is its reliability! And did I mention that it oozes with the quality of competitiveness?

It doesn’t have too many designs, but it has a strong appearance. It also uses simple colors with a powerful appeal.

The lack of its design isn’t really a big deal since this is intended to be a purposeful vehicle. It’s very abundant in terms of power.

This appears to be really tough and dependable; wow, look at its built and those tires! Unfortunately, its style is so bland. On the other hand, I guess it is okay since this isn’t a luxury nor a flashy car.

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