Street wise: Jeep Wrangler Sahara 2.8 â€“ Chelsea Truck Company CJ300
5th Nov 2014
Even if the Wrangler is more civilised than it used to be and now features a 2.8 175BHP engine, the urge to drive over everything is irresistible, thankfully, it’s more than willing to oblige.
A self drive through London ensures you get to do your own thing. Grab the keys to your Chelsea Truck Company CJ300, acclimatise yourself to the figure hugging front and rear quilted and perforated seats, re-upholstered quilted and perforated armrests and a steering wheel that feels great in the hands and go for it at your own pace.
There is a difference between going for a drive and relishing it. Roads can look smooth and flat, but they rarely are. Hidden are bumps and pesky potholes.
Thankfully, the Jeep Wrangler just laughs it off. As we cruise around, the Jeep’s suspension delivers a smooth, controlled ride. In fact, the drive here is more pleasant than some of the surrounding broken pavement roads.
Thanks to modern traction control systems, the CJ300 is able to send power to those luscious Kahn wheels and advance forward. The technology is developed for off-roading, but this proves our point, the Kahn Jeep is at home where it is supposed be: the City!
Be warned however, expect plenty of questions from eager road users who want to know what the fuss is all about as they cast their eyes over the silhouette, brake callipers, Chelsea Truck Company grille, privacy glass, smoked headlamps and Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover.
Inspired styling; interior comfort and practicality coupled with a fashionable silhouette, this is the must have vehicle for the street wise city slicker or the fashion conscious individual.