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2014 Jeep Wrangler Dragon Edition Sparks Interest

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On: Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 11:46AM | By: Karen Cook


2014 Jeep Wrangler Dragon Edition Sparks Interest

Get ready for the newest Jeep Wrangler. Originally shown at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show, Jeep is ready to unleash its new Wrangler Dragon Edition. It received “tremendously positive feedback” at the show and Jeep has decided to make them available to North America this fall.

There are no color choices. They all come in black with a dragon decal in charcoal running over the hood and down the driver’s side. There are also decals on the bumper and the spare tire cover gets its own dragon treatment. The dragon symbolizes power and strength and is associated with royalty in Chinese culture, and it wouldn’t be surprising if these attributes affected the driver of one of these shiny black vehicles. The Dragon also comes only with four doors and a hard top at this time.

Both the interior and the exterior are detailed with a glossy bronze and the heated seats are black Nappa leather. The grille and wheels are accented with the bronze. Other dragon-inspired decorations abound inside on everything from the arm rests to the steering wheel to the floor mats.

The Dragon is based on the Sahara and the Rubicon with all the power and dependability you expect from Jeep, and will run about $36,000 compared to the basic Sport model with starts around $22,000. Options include 6-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmission. It’s not for the faint of heart with all its unique styling and in-your-face paint job, but if you have a strong personality and a desire to show it to the world through your vehicle, this may be the car for you. As of this writing I could not find the new Dragon on Jeep’s website, but this is going to be a limited-production vehicle, so if you want one you need to keep an eye out; as the most unique vehicle Jeep has ever made, it won’t be in the showrooms long.


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