The third and last special edition to be revealed by jeep at the Detroit Auto Show is Wrangler Mountain Edition. It is based on the Wrangler Sport S package, and is available on Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited 4x4 models and the price for the package is $1,820.

2010 Jeep Wrangler Mountain Edition High Resolution Exterior
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This special edition features a unique “Mountain” decal on the hood with latitude and longitude coordinates that represent an actual location relating to the “Mountain” theme of the vehicle; painted high-gloss Mineral Gray 17-inch Moab wheels, grille and bumper appliqués; tubular side steps; 32-inch tires; black tail lamp guards; and a fuel-filler door from Mopar. It is painted in Rescue Green Metallic Clear Coat, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl Coat or Deep Water Blue Pearl Coat.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Further expanding the iconic Wrangler brand’s reach, Jeep delivers another high-impact, limited-edition model with the Jeep Wrangler Mountain edition.

The Jeep Wrangler Mountain edition is based on the Wrangler Sport S package, and is available on Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited 4x4 models.

2010 Jeep Wrangler Mountain Edition High Resolution Exterior
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Exterior features include a unique “Mountain” decal on the hood with latitude and longitude coordinates that represent an actual location relating to the “Mountain” theme of the vehicle; painted high-gloss Mineral Gray 17-inch Moab wheels, grille and bumper appliqués; tubular side steps; 32-inch tires; black tail lamp guards; and a fuel-filler door from Mopar.

Available exterior colors include Rescue Green Metallic Clear Coat, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl Coat and Deep Water Blue Pearl Coat. Interior features include an embossed seat insert with embroidered “Mountain logo,” and anodized graphite heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) rings.

The Jeep Wrangler Mountain option package will be available at a U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $1,820.

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7 comments:

  (939) posted on 03.26.2010

In that case, it might be better to learn to skydive than to learn to drive that one.

  (570) posted on 02.21.2010

I do rather like the Mountain edition - perhaps the black on the hood is so you can strap on an extra spare tire or some jerry cans of fuel to take off into the boonies? That probably won’t get used that often. Still, overall a nice look.

  (534) posted on 01.31.2010

I don’t really see any difference in any of the design in any models of the Jeep but I guess it is what makes the cars special. Some kind of signature. Anyways, it is not always about the design but the performance and I have to say that Jeep Wrangler has always been able to deliver.

  (478) posted on 01.24.2010

This is what I’m looking for in this site, masculine vehicles. From inside to outside, it looks very tough. If you have it, you would look tough too.

  (1333) posted on 01.13.2010

Chrysler continues to put perfume on a . And old jeep is still the same a piece of Chrysler garbage. Chrysler need to stop wasting time, and taxpayers money.

  (570) posted on 01.12.2010

It seems like the cost of this package is reasonable for this Jeep Wrangler tune-up that’s fair enough if you’ll see this change on your vehicle. IMO, I want my jeep on it’s original form just like it’s a collector’s item that’s not going to touch all original parts to have a good value on the market.

  (571) posted on 01.10.2010

Having been a rabid reader of Four Wheeler magazine I can’t say I am surprised or disappointed. I’ve purchased more than 1 of my rigs based on the FWOTY recommendation and never been unhappy with them. The fact that the JKL Rubicon is FWOTD only reinforces what we already know... Jeeps ROCK!

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