Jeep Wrangler To Finally Upgrade From Halogen To LED Headlights

Sep 08, 2016 05:40 AM EDT | Karen Conda

If trail illumination is something you want and something that you try to spend on, that new edition of Jeep Wrangler got you covered. The 2017 happy-heritage Jeep Wrangler is now going with light emitting diodes for their headlights options. 

This car that has been in the automotive industry for almost 70 years is now also adding touches of the future. The LED headlights will be an available part of a package that also contain LED foglamps. The said package will start at $595 which seems reasonable. This new lighting technology will make the Jeep capable with brighter, even beam and better night vision.

The Jeep, an all-time vehicle that started existing since World War 2, has a solid flair in the market ever since. The first model, Jeep CJ-2A which started production in 1945 has now undergone a number of editions that continues in giving an excellent road and trail ride. 

And until now, the Wrangler is still keeping the old-tech halogen lights. As a result, the customers had no choice but to opt for the aftermarket high-intensity discharge (HID) or LED lighting kits to improve the lighting and visibility of their Jeeps. 

Though this changing of the lighting kits is not that hard and pretty straightforward because of the round headlamps, original equipment manufactured LED lights will be much better of a unit.

Apart from the LED Headlights for the Wrangler, the SUV's will also have an upgrade of HID lightings. 

The newest 2017 model, Wrangler JL is expected to go out late next year. And with the addition of the LED lamps, the folding front windshield and soft-top are rumoured to bid goodbye. Though the folding windshield will not be missed so much, the soft-top will surely create mixed reactions from customers. After all, the Jeep is known for its soft-top which can make a customer/owner either love it or loathe it.

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