When it comes to off-roading, the Jeep® Wrangler is in a class by itself (or, at least it shares it with other Jeep models), but there’s more to this SUV than just a adventure vehicle. It’s also built with safety in mind. While features like a rearview camera, traction control, and brake assist come standard, there are several others you can add, including:

Forward Collision Warning

With this system, your vehicle will monitor the road ahead. If it detects an impending collision, you will get a quick warning.

Forward Automatic Emergency Braking

Once you get that warning and don’t react fast enough, your Jeep Wrangler can apply the brakes for you.

Blind Spot Monitoring

Your car can keep close watch on any vehicles around you so you’ll know when it is safe to change lanes.

Adaptive Cruise Control

With this feature, your vehicle will adapt to the one in front. If it slows down, so will yours. If it speeds up again, yours too will go back up to the pre-set limit.

Rear Cross-Traffic Alert

You’ll always know if cars are coming from either side with this feature. This will come in especially handy when backing out of a tight parking space.

Rear Parking Sensors

Speaking of parking, these sensors mounted to your Jeep Wrangler’s rear bumper will alert you if you’re getting too close to something.

Automatic High-Beam Headlights

When it’s dark, your vehicle can automatically turn on the high beams. If another vehicle approaches from the opposite direction, they will go back to the normal setting.

Test Out the New Jeep Wrangler at Jake Sweeney

If you would like to take the Jeep Wrangler out for a test drive to get a feel for these safety systems, come down to Jake Sweeney Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM in Cincinnati.