4. Included Hitch Receiver
The Jeep comes with a hitch receiver included.
For the taillight wiring, instead of using the stock taillights and a lot of complicated wiring, the easy route is to use a receiver mounted cargo rack and attach a set of towing lights to it.
Jeep Wrangler with included hitch receiver.
They come with all the wiring completed so you just run the cable to the front of the Jeep, and plug it into the motorhome’s stock trailer wiring.
You need somewhere to carry the lawn chairs anyway, so this works out as a way to increase your cargo space as well.
5. Good MPG, High Safety Rating, and a Smooth Driving Vehicle
The Jeep Wrangler is well behaved behind your motorhome, and it’s an ideal choice for excursions once you park your rig.
It can get up to 25 MPG on the open road and will provide comfortable and quiet transportation almost anywhere.
The high safety ratings come courtesy of the built-in roll cage and it’s got a wider, more stable wheelbase as compared to earlier models.
6. Easy to Go Topless
When equipped with all the options, this is one well-appointed ride.
You can remove the roof panels with ease, and for the more adventurous the whole roof can be removed or exchanged for a soft top.
Convertibles can be impractical. But a Jeep combines open air driving with great cargo carrying capacity.
7. Plenty of Up Top and Back Bumper Storage
If you’re into kayaking, what better way to carry it than mounted on top of your Jeep?
Bicycles, skis or other outdoor adventure gear fit easily on a roof rack or bumper hitch.
The Jeep Wrangler has many storage options.
Yes, towing a Jeep Wrangler behind your motorhome will open up a whole new world of recreational opportunities.
It’s rugged, economical, and more versatile than any other Toad vehicle.
If you’re looking to make the most of the RV lifestyle, towing a Jeep behind you is a fantastic option.
Better hurry on down to the dealer and choose your favorite color.
Pick something bright so you won’t lose it in the crowd at Quartzsite this winter!