Not all thrill seekers get their kicks at 100 mph or flying through the air. No, plenty of fun can be had crawling along at just a few mph. Michael Hernandez puts his Jeep on the edge as he navigates this obstacle using every bit of bite the sidewall of his tires have.
There’s no shortage of over-the-top builds at the SEMA Show ever year. What gets lost in the shuffle sometimes are the more subtle, clean off-road builds that may not stand out with flashy chrome or 20-inch suspension lifts.
We’ve seen more than a few videos of people out and about in the days after Hurricane Matthew ravaged the southeaster United States. It seems that many folks used the excess amount of water and flooding as an excuse to take their off-road truck or Jeep places that they otherwise wouldn’t have been allowed. This guy’s plan backfired and he wound up stuck in his Jeep Wrangler. Check out how it unfolds below.
Rock crawling is not for the faint of heart. It takes lots of skill and a fair amount of courage to risk landing your Jeep on its lid. You have to know the limits of yourself and your equipment, and this guy definitely knows what his Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is capable of, as he makes quick work of the “Plan B” obstacle at Sand Hollow State Park.
A woman who accompanies her man off-roading is even better.
A woman who drives and can work on her own Jeep is… priceless.
For every Jeep vehicle on the road or trail, there are countless stories and memories related to that rig. A Jeep’s memories can span multiples families and generations. For Mark Allen, Head of Jeep Design, the Shortcut Concept pays homage to what is one of the most iconic and memorable Jeeps to him, the CJ-5.
Suwanee, GA – Rugged Ridge recently announced the introduction of its new XHD Rock Sliders for the 2007-2016 Jeep Wrangler JK, designed to provide maximum protection for the Jeep’s most vulnerable points – the lower rocker panel and pinch seam.
Although we’ve seen concept vehicles, Mopar aftermarket kits, and custom builders create different versions of a Jeep pickup, today multiple outlets are reporting that Jeep CEO Mike Manley and Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed that a Jeep pickup will be offered when the new 2018 Wrangler hits the market in 2017.