Sterling Automotive’s Jeep Wrangler is an American with a British twist.
The Jeep Wrangler is the closest car to the primeval Jeep. The Wrangler is perhaps the only car of its kind. The Defender has been thoroughly modernized and the G-class has become more of a PC-Head tractor. Sterling Automotive expertly strips the Wrangler of its USP. And yes, Sterling is as British as it sounds.
To begin with, Sterling Automotive has removed the signature feature of the Wrangler. We’re talking about the iconic vertical bar grille. Jeep has never deviated from this in its entire history. Sterling Automotive, however, makes short work of it. They replaced the grille for one with horizontal bars. Which is not so bad. Let’s just say that variety of food makes food.
The British have not left it at the grille. They took care of the whole car. The Wrangler has got wider wheel arches, a set of Pro Comp rims and a new cover for the spare wheel. All parts are painted in body color, so that the Wrangler looks less like a workhorse.
Sterling Automotive has (understandably) paid a lot of attention to the interior of the Wrangler. The seats are upholstered in perforated leather and the dashboard and doors are fitted with Alcantara. The gear lever has also received a makeover. Although this Wrangler is further away than ever from the Willy’s Jeep, it is depicted on the poker.
Sterling Automotive has sprinkled liberally with logos, including the British flag. With that they leave no mistake: this is a Wrangler in his British way. If you find this an ideal combination: 60,060 euros gladly.
@machielvddIs that the price for the car including Sterling sauce or just the sauce? Will there be BPM etc.?