The Chrysler Group’s Jeep brand returns to duty with the U.S. Postal service in 2003 with the new Jeep Wrangler Postal Unit. The right-hand-drive model marks the end of Jeep’s 2-year hiatus from postal service duty when the Jeep Cherokee ended its production run in 2001. The Wrangler Postal Unit is a hard top with full metal doors and roll up windows that help keep mail secure. The interior has a removable seat, which creates ample space for bulk mail and packages. Standard are a 4.0L ...
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