Jeep Wrangler

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2017 Jeep Wrangler

For 2017 the Wrangler changes little. New LED headlights and fog lights are optional on Sport and Sport S models and standard on Sahara and Rubicon. Also a new Cold Weather package is available on Sport S and Rubicon models. It includes special tires and an engine-block heater.

2016 Jeep Wrangler

For 2016 the Wrangler’s changes are pretty much limited to trim and color additions. The new Black Bear Edition adds content to the Sport S model, including off-road rock rails; and the Sahara gets some appearance updates, including new wheels, a body-color bumper applique and an Olive Green interior.

About Jeep Wrangler

Jeep’s Wrangler for 2018 bucks the trend toward car-based-crossover SUVs, remaining loyal to the original concept developed over 75 years ago. The rugged body-on-frame design coupled with an off-road-capable suspension is exactly what the Jeep faithful expect of the Wrangler, even with the added measure of on-road civility the latest version brings to the table. Available as a 2-door or family-friendly 4-door (Wrangler Unlimited) with a choice of hard or soft-top, Jeep builds a Wrangler for just about every need. And, with four trims and numerous special editions, there’s a Wrangler for just about every income level, too. All Wranglers use the same V6 engine but offer various 4-wheel-drive systems and components. There’s also a teeming aftermarket parts industry for the do-it-yourself off-roader.

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