Jeep and Mopar are the first in the industry to offer customers off-road camper trailers

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

Mopar's new camp trailers are specifically designed to benefit off-road enthusiasts. The Jeep Trail and Extreme Trail campers are created for the Jeep 4x4 vehicles and feature Jeep Wrangler's rugged design cues.

The details include Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels, taillights, fender flares, rear bumper (Trail Edition camper only), badging and hood-tie downs.

Mike Manley, President and Chief Executive Officer -- Jeep Brand, Chrysler Group LLC, said that the Jeep brand is already famous for giving customers a mix of vehicles that take them "wherever they want to go," giving customers a "sense of freedom and adventure."

Manley added that Mopar has brought the Jeep experience to a new level. An off-road Jeep camper can be hooked up to a Jeep vehicle, giving families the "ultimate" outdoor adventure that can't be offered by other manufacturers. There are four available colors, including: Bright Silver Metallic and Black, Flame Red, Mango Tango Pearl and Natural Green Metallic.

Pietro Gorlier, President and Chief Executive Officer -- Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care, said that the trailers are designed specifically to comply with Jeep's capability requirements.

He added that Mopar will continue to offer features that improve its customers' experience. Starting August, both off-road camper trailers will be offered as a Mopar accessory at local Jeep dealerships. The Jeep Trail Edition camper has a MSRP of $9,995 while the Jeep Extreme Trail Edition camper is priced at $11,995.

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