There is nothing like throwing off your Jeep Wrangler car cover and jumping into your American classic. Whether you take to the pavement or hit the trails for some mudding, this beast of a machine will have you feeling the freedom.

This classic ride was first produced in 1986 and has hit the ground running ever since. The four-wheel drive off-road vehicle is now in its 3rd generation, and Jeep continues to live up to its reputation of creating bad to the bone Wranglers. The Wrangler was first introduced after the discontinuance of the CJ model. The Jeep wrangler YJ model came next; Jeep modified the look of this model and made it a more comfortable looking ride to attract more daily drivers. This new design came with a wider track and somewhat less clearance from the ground for added comfort. The YJ and CJ models were similar in that they both used a leaf spring suspension, but on the YJ model, track bars and sway bars were used to improve handling. Jeep added the “Islander” package to the YJ Wrangler from 1988 to 1993 and a “Renegade” package from 1990 to 1994. Imagine taking your Jeep Wrangler car cover off one of these babies!

Next came the TJ model Jeep Wrangler. These were produced from 1996 to 2006. For a more pleasant ride and better handling, Jeep updated the suspension for this model using a coil spring. It also went back to its roots and used the round headlamps that were used on CJ model Wrangler. They released a right-hand drive version of this model for export markets, and they were also available to postal workers in the rural parts of the United States. The TJ Wrangler Unlimited and the TJ Wrangler Rubicon packages were introduced in 2004 and they featured a 10-inch longer wheelbase and nearly double the towing capacity. You could tow virtually anything. Just whip off your Jeep Wrangler car cover and go!

2007 was a model year for the Jeep Wrangler. It included a completely new design that would completely change the look of the Wrangler. In this year, they added a 4-door model and replaced the TJ chassis that they used for so long and replaced them with the JK platform. This model was longer and wider than that of the earlier Wrangler. You will need to fit your Jeep Wrangler car cover accordingly!

In 2012, Jeep Wrangler unveiled the Call of Duty MW3 Special Edition Jeep Wrangler-inspired by Activision's Call of Duty video game. It was a version of the 2012 model year Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. It even came with the video game graphics on the car. A matching Jeep Wrangler car cover would like awesome with this special edition Wrangler!