• May 4, 2011
Xplore Jeep Wrangler takes on Moab – Click above for high-res image gallery

We've seen the Xplore Toyota FJ Cruiser at SEMA, and we got a sneak peak of what the company has in store for the Jeep Wrangler. Well, that Wrangler is finished, and Xplore decided the best place to unveil it would be in Moab. Smart decision, seeing that Jeep lovers from all over the country would be descending to that area for Jeep's annual Easter Safari.

Xplore has taken the standard Wrangler and pumped it up a few notches. Offering up to four stages of customization, this Jeep Wrangler has checked nearly all of Xplore's option boxes. Upgrades can be found inside and out, and include custom wheels, a Mopar exhaust and intake setup, Bilstein shocks, Xplore badges and seat embroidery, OME suspension and a host of ARB parts.

As with the FJ Cruiser, the purchase of an Xplore-outfitted vehicle comes with a one-year National Parks and Monuments pass and the Xplore newsletter. A portion of the proceeds received from parts or complete vehicles is donated to the National Parks Foundation. Xplore wants you to explore, and they're putting together vehicles that will get you doing just that. Check out the press release after the break.
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XPLORE ADVENTURE SERIES JEEP TO BE AUCTIONED TO BENEFIT THE NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION

Venchurs unveils first XPLORE Jeep Wrangler at the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab.


Adrian, MI (May 3, 2011) – Moab Easter Jeep Safari was the setting for the unveiling of the first XPLORE Adventure Series Jeep Wrangler. Featuring a very special matte dark green paint and a full complement of ARB and Mopar equipment, this first Jeep will be auctioned this fall with the profits donated to the National Park Foundation.

XPLORE Adventure Series Jeeps are available now through select Jeep dealerships nationwide, and a portion of the proceeds from each XPLORE Jeep sold will also go to the National Park Foundation.

"We knew the Easter Jeep Safari was the right place to give enthusiasts first look at the XPLORE Wrangler, and the response was overwhelmingly positive." states Jeff Wyatt, CEO of Venchurs.

XPLORE Stage 2, 3 and Built-To-Order Stage 4 Jeep owners receive a free, one-year annual pass to all national parks and other federal public lands, a one-year a subscription to XPLORE Adventure Journal; a high quality quarterly featuring amazing places to go, fun things to do and interesting people. To see photos of the XPLORE Jeep Wrangler at Arches National Park visit www.xplorevehicles.com.


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      sirjaysmith
      • 3 Years Ago
      completely pointless IMO not the Jeep, but this company. Why does one need a stand alone company to get simple ubiquitous mods ANY Jeep owner can do themselves (for cheaper) or have any number of local offroad shops install? I have the exact same ARB bumper and IPF lights on my JK Wrangler that I installed in an afternoon, and did so for $1200 (for both). Something tells me Xplore will charge way more then that. I can't even see how they could be competitive unless they price themselves cheaper than whatever the local 4wheel parts charges for installation. It would take someone driven by utter impulse (aka stupidity) to drive out with Xplore's "kit".
        • 3 Years Ago
        @sirjaysmith
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      carfan
      • 3 Years Ago
      somehow I would feel a lot safer inside the Jeep vs. the Land Rover
      Cman
      • 2 Years Ago
      What's the name of that color? It's pretty sexy.
      tritonstrategies
      • 3 Years Ago
      It's nice and all, but I suspect people will be paying A LOT more for this than mail order and local install of similar parts. I guess at least you could say you drive an "Xplore".
      longducdong
      • 3 Years Ago
      Looks like every other modded Wrangler out there, but less extreme, and more expensive.
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      brado
      • 3 Years Ago
      HOT !
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      Nuno Miguel Aguiar
      • 3 Years Ago
      Kick ass machine from the greatest F1 constrictor ever.
      Tony Elkins
      • 3 Years Ago
      Could probably spend the same amount with GenRight, TNT or Currie and get a way better Jeep. Forget the engine, has it been regeared? Tummy tuck? Axle trusses? Lockers? It's pretty easy to build a capable rig without opening the wallet too much (welding and fab skills not included :) )