• Feb 6, 2011
Xplore is on a mission to roll out more of its Adventure Series vehicles. We previously saw the Xplore FJ Cruiser, and now the company is showing off its plans for the Jeep lineup. Stage 1 packages are available for the entire Jeep family of vehicles while Stage 2, 3 and 4 upgrades are only available for two- and four-door Wranglers.

Details are light on exactly what's being offered at with each stage, but we can speculate that Stage 1 focuses on appearance upgrades, with the supsequent stages offering actual mechanical upgrades. The Stage 4 Xplore H.E.R.O. Jeep Wrangler gets a full gamut of upgraded equipment including OME suspension, locking differentials, IPF lighting, BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 tires and a host of other items. Be sure to click past the jump and read the press release for the full list of Stage 4 upgrades.

[Source: Xplore]
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XPLORE ADVENTURE SERIES JEEP INVITES YOU TO PLAY DIRTY AND HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Venchurs releases the first image of the XPLORE Adventure Series Jeep Wrangler


Adrian, MI (January 25, 2010) – Venchurs XPLORE Adventure Series, a specialty vehicle program available through new car dealers nationwide, is pleased to announce XPLORE packages for Jeep vehicles.

XPLORE Vehicles are designed for delivering adventures for you and your family. You can choose from four levels of equipment to fit your lifestyle and appetite for exploring, camping or sightseeing some of the most incredible places on the face of the Earth. Stage 1 XPLORE Adventure Series are available for all Jeep models. XPLORE Stages 2, 3 and 4 are available only for Wrangler 2 and 4 door models.

"We are building a handful of H.E.R.O. vehicles each year to help make a difference," states Jeff Wyatt, CEO of Venchurs. "Each of these vehicles will help raise funds and create increased awareness for very special charities and worthy causes. H.E.R.O. is XPLORE's acronym for HELP-ENCOURAGE-RESCUE-ORGANIZE."

The Stage 4 XPLORE H.E.R.O. Jeep Wrangler features an impressive list of legendary ARB components and systems including OME suspension, rock-rails, locking differentials, IPF lighting, super heavy-duty bumpers, roof-rack, air compressors and even an on-board refrigerator. Other upgrades include a special XPLORE leather and suede interior from the experts at Katzkin, Magnaflow stainless steel performance exhaust system, BFGoodrich® Mud-Terrain T/A® KM2 tires, XPLORE special issue graphite aluminum wheels, Warn winch and special edition badges inside and out. Dealer supplied upgrades include the MOPAR Jeep trailer with matching XPLORE wheels and BFG tires.


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      • 3 Years Ago
      Half the goodies you get with the Rubicon, the other half are either easy DIY parts (bumpers, lights) or useless (leather and suede?). Not sure I see the real value in anything here.
      • 3 Years Ago
      The 800lb gorilla in this is Price. Lots of people can install ARB parts and custom paint, how much more this package costs will make or break it. The best thing they have going on is the fact that they donate a portion to charity but it dosent say how much..
      • 3 Years Ago
      So what are they really going to offer versus the Rubicon?
      • 3 Years Ago
      They mentioned lockers but not the axles they are putting them in. I hope they don't have a Dana 30 up front.

      Also 'suede interior' doesn't scream 'washout interior' to me...