The characteristics of a Jeep CJ-7 include on- and off-road capability, a stepped-out rear section of the chassis body, availability of an optional Quadra-Trac and a soft top body type. Other characteristics include a rear step bumper and ability to regulate the inside temperature.
The Jeep CJ-7, which was discontinued in 1987, is fitted with a long wheelbase that gives the vehicle handling capability when driving on different road types. The presence of interchangeable wide track axles further improves the vehicle’s stability to drive on all terrains. Additionally, the vehicle is fitted with a sports steering wheel that keeps the CJ-7 on the right track. The stepped-out rear section of the chassis allows the road springs and dampers to be mounted closer to the outside of the body.
The CJ-7 features an optional automatic all-wheel-drive system, part-time two-speed transfer case and optional automatic transmission as well. A rear step bumper enables the driver and the passengers to get in and out of the vehicle with ease. The two-door, soft-top body type with an optional molded hardtop gives the CJ-7 a more touring look. The Jeep CJ-7 is fitted with a standard air conditioner, power steering and a power brake system.