Introducing the Lifted Jeep Wrangler JL

The latest Jeep Wrangler JL is here, which means you can now get a lifted version of this updated Jeep as well. With the lifted Jeep Wrangler JL, residents in Ohio and around the country get all the elements they love a suspension lift kit from Rocky Ridge combined with the new updates for the latest Wrangler.

Lifted Jeep Wrangler JL with Rocky Ridge Lift Kit

As with any lifted Jeep you get from our dealership, you will get to take advantage of a Rocky Ridge lift kit. This always includes a 3.5-inch kit that was designed by the experts at Rocky Ridge and installed by their highly experienced team. You also get Pure Drive technology for a smooth ride on or off the road by working with the factory handling and steering geometry instead of against it. Throw in features like Rocky Ridge badging, full armor bumpers, synthetic rope winches, and more, and you get a capable lift kit you can count on to give you extra ground clearance.

Larger Than Before

For those used to the previous Jeep Wrangler model years, the new Wrangler JL is a bit larger, meaning your lifted version will be as well. The wheelbase is now 96.8 inches for two-door models or 118.4 inches for four-door ones, an increase of 1.4 and 2.4 inches, respectively. The length has increased by 2.5 inches in the two-door model (to 166.8) or 3.5 inches for the four-door (up to 188.4).

Other New and Improved Features for the Lifted Jeep Wrangler JL

The Wrangler JL that the latest lifted Jeep Wranglers are based on now also comes standard with a backup camera and push-button start, the first of which will definitely help you when tackling that tough terrain. Other standard features include fog lamps, cruise control, halogen headlamps, five USB outlets, hill-start assist, electronic sway control, and more.

The Roof

The roof of the Wrangler JL was also updated with significant improvements to the Sunrider soft top that comes standard. It now has a framework that lowers or raises in a fraction of the time it used to take without any need for zippers. You can also now independently remove the rear quarter window and back window sections while keeping the overhead area in place, increasing your choices when you take your lifted Jeep off the road.

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