|06-10-2010 08:59 AM|
|TDCoffee||I want steering wheel controls!! Geoff can bestop take care of a mod for us?|
|06-10-2010 12:01 AM|
It's listed on allpar
2011 Wrangler changes announced, ready for orders | Allpar Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep News
|06-10-2010 12:00 AM|
|daggo66||It's on Allpar. 2011 Wrangler changes announced, ready for orders | Allpar Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep News|
|06-09-2010 11:53 PM|
|Bennny||Where did you acquire this information? And if it is true, I wish I had the radio controls on the steering wheel|
|06-09-2010 11:18 PM|
2011 wrangler specs
All Wranglers have a revised interior, with a new instrument panel, door trim, and rear cargo area surface. Jeep claims greater ease of use, ergonomics, and storage for the vehicle that has one Best 4×4 of the Decade (Four Wheeler).
New standard features for Sport models include steering wheel audio controls, cruise, and hill descent control.
The Sport S package now contains an AC outlet, automatic headlamps, and optional body-color hardtop.
There seems to be a new Connectivity Group available which includes the Vehicle Information Center, cellphone integration with voice commands, USB port, and, on the Sport package, a chrome/leather wrapped shift knob, for both the automatic and the manual. Automatic temperature control is now optional on Sahara and Rubicon.
The new Garmin 430N nav system is available for order on the Sahara and Rubicon (the 730N system does not appear to be available).
Colors at this time are Black (PX8), Bright Silver Metallic (PS2), Flame Red (PR4), Mango Tango (PVG), and Natural Green (PGN).
New Rubicon options are heated front seats and power mirrors.
All 2011 Jeep Wranglers have four wheel drive and a 3.8 liter V6 engine with a peak 202 horsepower and 237 lb-ft of torque, hill descent control, stability control, six-speed manual transmission, roll mitigation, six-speaker stereo with input jack, full-length floor console, outside temperature display, rear window defroster and wiper, tilt wheel, fog lamps, tow hooks, theft deterrent key, and skid plates for the transfer case, gas tank, and, for automatics, transmission oil pan.
The base model is Sport; the S package adds air conditioning, larger wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and deep tinted glass. Higher models are the Saraha and more-off-road-oriented Rubicon.
The Sport and Sahara models have Command-Trac 4×4, which has both a high and low range that split torque evenly between front and rear axles (for loose surfaces only). The main difference between Command-Trac and the Rock-Trac (on Rubicon) is the low gear: it multiplies torque by 2.72 on regular models and by 4 on Rubicon.
This simple, proven system is fuel efficient in two wheel drive mode, can be shifted to four wheel drive (high) at speeds up to 54 mph, and, in low gear, allows crawl ratios as low as 73:1.