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The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Custom Doesn’t Just Look Intimidating

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Custom definitely merits the Terminator name. This beast looks tough, and you better believe it is. Built by KAO Autostyling, the Jeep starts with the Wrangler model and then starts adding. Upgrades include custom wide-body fenders as well as a custom front bumper with a Terminator front grille that has integrated LED lights. The heat-extractor hood is also custom, as well as the 24 inch wheels with 37 inch Mud Terrain tires. Those big tires necessitated a five inch suspension lift. The exhaust system is MagnaFlow. The headlights and taillights were all replaced with custom LED’s. The rear bumper is an Iron Cross custom. Finally, the gears and G2 alloy differential covers were all upgraded.

2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Custom three quarter front

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The interior is covered with custom Tuscany Leather and suede. Such a beautiful interior deserves to be displayed, and you can, by pulling off the factory hard doors and installing the custom cage doors and the factory three-piece Freedom Series hardtop. The Rigid Industries Radiance Series LED lighting will take care of showing off that interior in the dark of night.

2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Custom front row seats from above

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As for performance, the Terminator series features a 3.6 litre 6 cylinder engine with an automatic transmission. Fox racing gas shocks will keep you comfortable wherever you go.

2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Custom side

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The Jeep has a sharp, military-esque look to it that will have you exploring the far reaches of the world, but the comfort and style make it an enviable ride for downtown adventures as well.

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