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Reduce Your Environmental Impact with Wrangler

by Morsun Led Offroad Wrangler Morsun
When we think of the Jeep Wrangler, the first thing that comes to our mind is its unmatched off-road capability - its classic looks and great technology, but today we want to talk about the improvements it has made to reduce its impact. environmental.

To determine if the impact had been reduced, the emissions of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited were compared to those of its predecessor. The result was that the new Wrangler reduced its global warming potential (GWP) by 15%. The GWP makes it possible to compare the impact of different gases on global warming. It is a measure of how much heat a ton of gas can trap over a number of years. One pair of Jeep Wrangler led headlights can improve your driving vision effectively.

Wrangler's performance has been measured over 15,000 miles. Industry standard software was used to measure various factors related to vehicle performance.

A major advantage of the new Wrangler was its two-liter turbocharged I-4 engine with Start-Stop system. This system shuts down the engine in situations such as heavy traffic or high traffic lights, reducing fuel consumption and emissions.

Although the motor had a big impact, there were other weight factors (and we mean it literally) as the use of ferrous metals was reduced by 14% and the use of non-ferrous metals increased by 8%.

This results in a lower overall weight of the vehicle and its components have greater resistance to corrosion. Added to this is the eight-speed TorqueFlite transmission, which also saves fuel.

"This is the result we expect when we launch a new vehicle. In all of our processes, environmental impact mitigation is a very important consideration." Said Mitch Clauw, FCA vice president and director of global pre-programs and program management. 

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