Road & Track Takes Notes on the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Oscar Mike Edition
Changing a successful product is a real catch-22. If you alter it too much, you risk alienating your original customers; however, if you just leave it as is for too long, consumers might accuse you of being out of date. At the Road & Track offices, that’s the situation in which Jeep finds itself with its 2014 Wrangler Oscar Mike Edition.
Check out the Zone Offroad Project MJ Jeep Comanche getting the snot beat out of it over the course of several days as it tackles logs, mud and suspension-flexing boulders. Despite those unforgiving and sometimes brutal elements, the truck keeps rolling through places such as Kansas Rocks, the Jones Mudfest and Trails, and the D-Day Adventure Park.
Some models and actresses get their starts by being noticed on the streets by agents. Once they start working, they get made over, start dressing in finer clothes and go to exotic locales for work and pleasure. In the video after the jump, think of the 1990 Jeep Comanche in the same way.
It’s one thing to know how to drive your Jeep off-road. It’s another to have the right stuff with you in case the unexpected occurs. Mark A. Smith, the founder of Jeep Jamboree USA and a U.S. Army Special Forces trainer, is here with some tips to help you pack accordingly for your next excursion.
If you’re a regular visitor to this site, there’s a chance you’ve got modifying your Jeep all figured out. But perhaps you just got one, and you want to know how to make it more badass without screwing it up. Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some top tips for upgrading JKs from Bond Gilmer, the president of Rebel Off Road.