A Sound Review: the Alpine Wrangler “J” line of products reviewed by the Alpine Jeep installation specialists at Sounds Good to Me in Tempe, AZ.
Do you happen to drive a Jeep Wrangler JK or JK Unlimited 2011-2018? Do you find the factory audio system is lacking and not delivering to level you might have expected? Small, unresponsive screen that is clunky and slow to react with no real beneficial apps that you find useful?
If you answered yes to any of these questions you just might want to go and check out Alpine’s brand new re-style “J” line of products. Alpine did extensive research and focused on which owners of certain vehicles were more likely than not to add aftermarket products to enhance the driving and ownership experience of that particular vehicle, and Jeep Wrangler was a no brainer because Jeep owners load their Jeeps with every gadget and most current technology available.
So, Alpine introduced a whole line of very vehicle specific products designed around and for the 2011-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited. I’m not talking about a single head unit with the Jeep Logo silk screened on the face either, we’re talking about 3 very specific head units, two 9″ & a 7″ that can damn near take you anywhere you want your Jeep to take you. Each offering is under the Restyle line and comes with an OEM style dash bezel to appear OEM. Check out these In-Dash Restyle Systems by Alpine:
i207-WRA – Alpine 7″ Restyle Mech-Less In-Dash System with Apple Carplay and Android Auto
Read up on the i207-WRA at Alpine-USA.com.
i209-WRA – Alpine 9″ Restyle Mech-Less In-Dash System with Apple Carplay and Android Auto
Read up on the i209-WRA at Alpine-USA.com.
Not only that, Alpine has a ton of other optional products that are specific to the Wrangler. How about a spare tire rear view camera and light system (HCE-TCAM1-WRA)…
…or a whole direct fit system (PSS-21WRA) a 320 watt sound system which comes with amplifiers, woofers, speakers all designed for the Wrangler Unlimited.
These are but a few of the specific products offered by Alpine. Please feel free to come by Sounds Good To Me in Tempe, Arizona just south of Arizona State University’s main campus, call us at (480) 968-8543 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have with these or any Alpine questions.