FCA has unleashed the Jeep Wrangler Moab Edition in the USA, a limited-edition model based on the all-new Wrangler Sahara.
The base vehicle is then pumped full of features and trick componentry: a Rubicon hood; Rubicon steel bumpers with removable end caps; 32-inch muddies; and LEDs fore and aft.
Moab decal is plastered on the hood, while the headlight surrounds, grille throats, tow hooks and 17-inch Rubicon wheels are coated in low-gloss black paint.
The Moab comes standard with Rubicon side rails; however, Sahara side steps are a no-cost option.
A Pentastar V6 unit – the same engine used right across the Wrangler range – resides beneath the vented hood. A Selec-Trac full-time two-speed transfer case and a Trac-Lok limited-slip rear diff are also standard fare.
Safety kit extends to blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-path detection and a ParkView rear backup camera with dynamic grid lines.
Add a bit more money to the credit card and you can fetch a Trailer Tow and Trail Rail cargo management system, available as an optional extra.
Why Moab? Well, the Moab nameplate pays homage to Jeep’s long-running partnership with the famous Easter Jeep Safari, which is held annually in – you guessed it – Moab, Utah.
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Keen to get one? You can’t, as the Wrangler Moab Edition isn’t coming to Australia.