Jeep offers a variety of great cars. Let’s just mention the Wrangler that brings out the maximum power and utility, and many others of them that were designed for off roading adventures. Therefore, we can easily say that indeed Jeep makes perfect vehicles for desert tours, and not only.
Jeep Rubicon, for example, became a family member of this brand in 2003, and featuring powerful differential gears and high tech locking differentials with a four speed automatic transmission that is optional, this vehicle brings the best of it right on off-road adventures.
When taking into consideration desert roads and rides, it is very important that we mention the Jeep Unlimited J8, with its powerful 2.8 litre 4 cylinder turbo diesel engine with a special air intake system with filtration that was designed specially for desert combats.
In 2005, Sahara Unlimited Rubicon was released in a light khaki color, also a vehicle specially created for off roading and desert tours. This vehicle has a Sahara spare tire cover and decals on vehicle.
All over the world, but mostly in the US, there is a kind of a fanaticism with Jeep that is much deeper than that of other vehicles; therefore you are easily able to join local clubs devoted to this vehicle brand. Such clubs normally get together for weekend trips and for driving their vehicles off road for some shared adventures.
What might be interesting as well is that most of the Jeep fans come from South America and not from Central US as some might think. In Columbia for example, Jeep is more than a hobby. And also, just one look at American roads and you will be gazed into the distance. Faced with mountainous deserts Jeep came to a simple conclusion – they wanted to make sure to build a car that was ready for the desert. And if it can handle a desert, it can surely handle a straight road, right?
By owning a Jeep, you can have the pleasure of feeling the luxury of cruising comfortably on… but most of all, out of the motorway!
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