We had an interesting day today working with an advertising company moving a 2017 Jeep Wrangler around for a photo/video shoot. We know this isn’t your normal transport but we figured we’d tell you a bit about it anyway.
It started with a customer calling in with an unusual request to move this Jeep Wrangler. After talking with our transport specialist we realized they needed to basically rent a truck, trailer and driver for almost a full day. After speaking to a few drivers in the Atlanta area we were able to give them a rate to pull this move off.
Most transports you don’t needed to do this way because the drivers route determines the rate for the size vehicle you’re shipping.
We have fun doing any transports but its fresh to help a customer when other companies aren’t willing to go the extra mile to find out information to is different than our average day. We hope you found this useful and continue reading for more info on the 2017 Jeep Wrangler from CarandDriver.com.
In a world of soft-road-only car-based crossovers, the Wrangler is a tough-as-nails off-road expert. Four-wheel drive is standard, as are a 285-hp 3.6-liter V-6 and a six-speed manual; a five-speed automatic is optional. Two- and four-door “Unlimited” models are offered, both with a choice of soft or hard convertible tops. The Rubicon gets front and rear locking differentials, a 4.0:1 low-gear ratio, and a disconnecting front anti-roll bar for wheel articulation and rock-crawling prowess.