Update: Did you win? Head on over to Extreme Terrain on 11/24 to find out who the lucky winner of these two Jeeps is!
It is getting to be that time of the year again when new model year vehicles hit the showroom floor. For off-roaders, this year marks the unveiling of the 2018 Jeep JL and Extreme Terrain is giving you a chance to win not just one, but two of them. The giveaway will run from June 1 to November 24, 2017 and feature two unique and differently built Jeeps.
One of the JLs in the giveaway is going to be a Rubicon Unlimited (four doors), using the faithful 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine. It will be sitting on 35-inch Mickey Thompson Tires and a 2.5-inch lift. This JLU will be outfitted with a mix of Deegan38 parts including bumpers, fenders, a grille, and much more.
In addition to Deegan Jeep, the winner will receive a 2018 Rubicon Wrangler (two doors) that will be packing the all-new VM 3.0-liter EcoDiesel engine. Matching the ride height and tire setup of the Deegan 38 JLU, this Barricade JL will be outfitted with a mix of exclusive parts that includes armor, bumpers, fenders, and winch.
“The idea between the two different builds is to feature Barricade, one of the longest standing brands in the XT catalog, and Deegan 38, one of the newest brands,” Frank Bisciotti of Extreme Terrain explained. “Each Rubicon will be styled and configured slightly different than the other but the thing that sticks out to me most is the 3-liter EcoDiesel that will be in the Barricade 2-door model.”
Which one would you keep? Can't decide? Don't worry you can keep both of them.
“Not only is this a new powertrain for the Wrangler but it will be the first time we ever do a build on a diesel-powered vehicle,” Bisciotti continued. “It should be a torque monster with fairly reasonable fuel economy ratings.”
The Wrangler builds will start around late November early December and Extreme Terrain plans to have them completed and ready to go around April of 2018. For your chance to win the two Jeeps, enter here, contestants may enter up to once per week. What would you do with the second Jeep? Tell us in the comments below!