Jeep Wrangler sales are up 30 percent this year, including a 43 percent increase in March 2012, and Chrysler has announced that it's bringing a new special edition of the car to market.
The new Wrangler Unlimited Altitude Edition joins similar trim levels for the Grand Cherokee, Compass and Patriot models, reports Autoblog. The stylistic upgrade features a hardtop matched to the body color of the vehicle and a red-and-black interior. Owners also get custom black wheels, a unique hood graphic and special Jeep badging on both the exterior and interior.
"One of the many things Jeep enthusiasts love is the series of limited-volume, special-edition Wrangler models we produce," said Mike Manley, president of Jeep. "The new Wrangler Unlimited Altitude builds on the previous models and delivers consumers yet another fun and distinctive Jeep vehicle straight from the factory. With a production run of only 4,500 units, we expect the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Altitude to sell out very quickly."
Drivers who invest in a special edition will want to keep their vehicle on the road as long as possible. That's why it's important that owners stick to the manufacturer's scheduled maintenance plan to keep the car in top condition.