The new Jeep SUV wiper blades have 12 holes that expel washer fluid.
Jeep has introduced a new wiper blade technology that is supposed to clean the glass in one pass. The new technology incorporates 12 laser-cut holes in each of the wiper blades that expel washer fluid while wiping. This leaves no dirty marks on the windshield, claims the iconic American SUV major. Manufactured by Jeep Performance Parts, these new high performance wiper blades are for owners of vehicles that frequently go off-roading. Currently, these wiper blades are available for 2018 models and the new Wrangler and Gladiator for $140, the automaker claims.
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The auto brand further stated that installing these new high-performance wiper blades requires disabling the washer nozzles on the Wrangler and Gladiator. Additionally, the automaker claims that the new wiper blades use less washer fluid than spraying it directly on the window.
Speaking about the new technology, Mark Bosanac, senior vice president of Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care for North America, said these innovative new JPP wiper blades quickly restore visibility while s tackling the toughest trails by keeping windshield washer fluid where it belongs. – on the glass.
Meanwhile, Jeep made minor changes to the new Wrangler. Two new colors will be available. These are – Reign, a grape-like shade of purple and Earl, which is a light gray shade. Additionally, the new Wrangler and Gladiator are available for a limited time as the Freedom Edition. They come standard with LED headlights and fog lights, rock rails and a steel front bumper that can support a winch. They also come with body-color fender flares, black trim bits, Oscar Mike badging and an American flag decal. Inside the cabin, both SUVs are upholstered in leather with black stitching.
Date of first publication: August 10, 2022, 09:25 IST