Cabin maker gives away a free Wrangler with every purchase
25 July 2007

It’s hardly the usual buy-one-get-one-free offer; Pioneer (which is, of course, Canada’s leading builder of log cabin homes) is branching out into the UK, and as part of its introductory offer to us colonial masters, it’s giving away a Jeep Wrangler for free with every one of its top-spec tree-based homes.The offer applies to anyone ordering Pioneer’s Anchorage cabin, a 1400 square foot cabin over two floors which costs £275,000 fully assembled – excluding the price of the land and all professional and legal fees. Buy one and you’ll get a Wrangler Unlimited (the four-door, long-wheelbase version of Jeep’s new offroader) thrown in, complete with its 2.8-litre CRD diesel engine and removable roof.Now that’s what we call a mighty pine, sure-to-be-poplar, offer.

Our Verdict

Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler is the classic all-American heavy-duty off-roader. It is brilliant off road, but compromised on the tarmac

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