- 9 seconds and on to a rather noisy top speed of 108mph. And despite its 4.0-litre power unit, it can still achieve an impressive 21.4-mpg on a combined cycle.
- It offers a decent spec including the usual folding soft top with removable soft plastic side and rear windows.
- Standard features run to 15x7" Ecco alloy wheels, a CD sound system with seven speakers, air conditioning, cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an auxiliary power outlet socket, dark grey wheelarch mouldings, a locking tailgate-mounted spare wheel, a body-coloured front grille, a choice of three special paint colours, a Jeep spare wheel cover and Jamboree badges. Safety equipment encompasses twin front airbags, height adjustable seat belts and a high-level rear brake light. Locking wheel nuts and a Smart Key immobiliser should help keep thieving hands off your pride and joy, but it pays to remember that the basic layout of the Wrangler is never going to deter the determined villain from effecting an entry for more than a couple of seconds. One for the garage rather than the city street then.
- As with all Jeep models, the Wrangler Jamboree comes complete with a full peace-of-mind warranty package and European roadside assistance cover for three-years or 60, 000 miles, whichever comes first. They also throw in a seven-year unlimited mileage anti-corrosion guarantee. Otherwise, this Wrangler benefits from all the incremental changes and improvements that have kept the model popular without overly diluting the bloodline. In the past, Wranglers were great - as long as you kept them off road.
All information used from http://uk.cars.yahoo.com/car-reviews/car-and-driving/jeep-wrangler-jamboree-special-edition-1005208.html
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